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ROOMS ron HOUSEKEEPING — Con.
FOLSOM. SSI — Large sunny bedroom, adjoin-
• Ing kitches: complete housckeepinc; -lars*»
jar«i: rfS^fnabV .
FRANKLIN. 5Ca — Two nicely furnished eucuy
lioustfcec-piiis nx>i::»; 1 cr?2 ladies; rent $15;
\ leterbti'fs. .
GEARV 0.:J — Eiegant front eunny furnished .
•Icovc' huite ana kitclieu. gas range, yard;
reasonable.
GEARY. hTS. near Larkin — Very sunny base-
roeui; unfurnished; ?15 per month.
GOLL-KN GATE aye.. 372 — furnished. 1, 2 or
4 Siousekeeplcg roomt; also single room;
gentlemen; private. :
GOLDEN" GATE aye.. 517—2 nice, clean, funny
-rooms^; housekeeping; 2 large closets; bath,
phone: ?16. '
GOLDEN GATE aye.. l"10 — Sunny front bay-
\rli:dou- suite, complete ior housekeep.n?, ?25.
GUERHEHO 5. corner Market — Fine bay-
wnidww corner suite and kitchen; no other
roomers; no chlMren.
HAVES 1757. Panhandle — 1 large newly fur-
nished" 4-tlnted room; light housekeeping it
desired.
HOWARD. 617— Newly furn. hskpg. euite,
\u25a0 KinnJ* rn-.5.; gas range: run, water: yard.
JESSIE. 3-." — Large front parlffr, gas ra&ge.
6ir.k. $3 T>o; back room. ?2 50.
JK^SIE. C 14 — Two sunny housekeeping rooms;
r«*n: $;5
JO NTS ."03 — Large lofty sunny lower floor; 3
rooms, yard; suitable housekeeping or busl-
nvt* -
JONES. 807. corner O'Farrell— Housekeeping
rooms; nicely furnished; rent reasonable.
LARKIN. 710— Housekeeping; 2 large rooms.
<15; 1 large. $10: two. $10.
LAUKIN. M 7V 44 — Nioely furnished sunny corner
room, with gas gtove: reasonable.
LEAVENWORTH. 109— Three nice sunny
housekeeping rooms: rent reasonable.
MARKET. 1437 — Nicely furnished housekeep-
ing rooaie; call Monday. '
McAIiiISTER. 453. cor. Van Ness— 3 fur-
nished housekeeping rooms. $18; 2 connect-
ing rooing. £13. \
NOE 15L X. of Market — S large rms.. parlors,
kitchen, piano, gas range; every cony.; $20.
OAK 117. or 14 Page — Complete, hskpg; ga»
range free; hot bath, laundry; >1 25-$3 SO wk.
OCTAVIA. 1403. cor. Geary— Fine eunny house-
keeping rooms: unfurnished suite; reasonable.
POLK. CCI, corner of Turk— Furnished hou«e-
k>'pping rooms.
POLK. 101S — 2 sunny ground floor rooms;
suitable for family; single. ?2 a week.
POST. 717—3 :coms and a front room; well
furnished for housekeeping; rent reasonable.
POST, U02 — Sunny front suites, $10 to 515
mo:' single rooms. $5 to $10 mo: central.
SACRAMENTO. 3010 — New and elegantly fur-
r.ishtd parlor euite and kitchen; housekeep-
'.ng: t25.
SEVENTH. 191— -Nicely furnished. 6unny. bay-
window housekeeping rooms; also single
rooms.
STOCKTON, 417— BeauUful suite houeekeep-
lng and other rooms: fl 60 week.
gL'TTER, ISOS — Two unfurnished; running
water; gas: gas range; very low rent.
THIRD. 417»s— Furnished front suite; gas;
sunny; »*nt reasonable.
TURK. 3S1 — Parlor floor; three rooms fur-
nlshed fcr housekeeping; gas range.
VALENCIA. 133 — Sunny front room, gas,
bath; for housekeeping If desired; $6. *
TVFPSTER. 1351. near O'Farrell — Two unfur-
nished sunny rocir.s; ground floor; phone.
VALLEJO. lISO, corner Leavenworth— Fur-
nished outside sunny housekeeping rooms.
WALLER. 71— A o*^' mite of rooms: sun
a'l day: furnished comrlete; grand view.
AnVKRTISEMTTNTS. subscription* received at
Call branch office, cor. Duncan and Church sts.
APARTMENT HOUSES.
THE Holland Apartments, 1007 Bush St.. near
Jones; under entirely new management; new
and thoroughly renovated; 2 and 3 room
r-uites, furn. or ur.furn. for hskpg.; also/beau-
tifully furn. single rms. for gents; reas.
THE OVERLOOK 3C71 Sixteenth sC. half-
fclock north of Market — 3 large rooms, pri-
vate hail bath, laundry. $25; 3 -room base-
ment apartment. $16. Castro cars to 16th.
A— ST. LAWRENCE APARTMENT— New.
n-.c-dem building; furn. or unfurn. apartments
of 2 3. 4 rooms; private baths: from $16 to
5 :.Y Phone Main Sl3O. 1335 Mason st.
A— KEXILWORTH, cor. Bush. Powell; 3-rooa
runny aprts. : sicgle rooms; modern: reas.
ARIEL flats. 631 Turk— l-2-3-rocm housekeep-
ing apartm?nts; furn. or unfurn.: reasonable.'
THE Roswell, 13C0 Pine — Four and two room
a pertinents for housekeeping: reasonable.
THE Fi-euerick. 001 Etanyan — 1 to 5 rooms,
overiookin^ Golden Gate Park; tel. Page 6166.
ROOMS TO M;T — Furn. and Unfurn.
A— BRUNEV»'icK~House, US Sixth st.— Rooms
"5c to $1 per night, $1 15 to $5 per week and
lifrkt housekeeping rooms; open* all night.
A— THE PIERKE. 570 O'FARRELJj.
IJ^autiful'j' furnished, light, sunny suite;
also tingle room; excellent care: low rent.
AT "The Almonte." 873 Market st. (or No. 1
Fifth et.)— P.ooms. 2T>c to 50c. $1. $1 50 night;
$1 U) to $10 we*k; house open all night.
UICLMOND IVr'iuse, over Owl drug store; 2 en-
irancrs, 112(5 Market end 21 Turk — Electric
lights, running water In every room; 200
rooms; Csc to 50c per night; $1 25 to $3 week.
BRYANT. 421 — Two sunny rooms, nicely fur-
' nlsheij for housekeeping.
2 OR 3 beautiful eunny/unfurn!shed or fur-
nished rooms; new flat, every cony. Call Sun-
day or after 6 p. m.. REIS. ISI4 Deylsadero.
EDDY. 3 — Fine furnished rooms; very central;
convenient and most reasonable.
EDDY. 110 (The Launston)— First-class, clean,
comfortable rooms; low prices.
EDDY. S7o— Nicely furnished sunny front room;
bath; phone
ELDERLY lady will rent handsomely fur-
nlshed room, hot and cold water, bath,
phone, electric lights; ten minutes* walk from
Call building; very reasonable; breakfast If
desired. Box 718 S. Call office.
FELL. 6C5 — Furnished front eulte; bath; one
or two gentlemen; phone.
FOR rent — Elegant private suite of rooms In
fashionable and quiet neighborhood of
Golden Gate Park, to parties desiring per-
. Ject privacy. Box 7027. Call.
FOCItTH. 271—100 rooms; all sizes and prices;
new, modern: hot and cold water.
GEARY. 660— Rooms to let.
GREENWICH, 601% — Sunny furnished front
room to rent; In private. family; bath and all
conveniences.
GRAND SOUTHERN. Seventh^ and Mission —
100 roome. Sso to $1 SO nlETht; $1 50 to $7 wk.
HARRIET. S—lS — 1 eunny rooms; 2 upstairs. 2
down; furnished or unfurnished; reasonable.
HARRISON. 784%— Front room for two, $1
each; also elngle. $1 CO.
HOTEL Hamilton. 125 ElHu— New hotel. Just
opened; class "A"; steel building, strictly
fireproof; European plan; telephone and tteain
beat In every room; rooms without bath. $1
per day: with bath, $1 60 to $3; reduced rates
by week orxnonth. - .
HOTEL ET. KATHRYN. ccr. Ellis and Leav-
enworth — 300 rooms: modern and up to date;
light, sunny and airy; hair mattresses; free
baths; everything fresh and clean; tingle
rooms and baths; reasonable rates.
HOWARD. 718 — Furnished rooms.
•HOWARD. R29— ROOMS. ROOMS: CLEAN
CLEAN: TRANSIENT; REASONABLE.
HOWARD. 1126. The Burton — Fine new house.
t>o rooms: all newly /Turnlsbed. with every
convenience; location central; rooms $1 25
week up; special Inducement to transients.
JONES, 7<X> — Nicely furnished eunny front
rooms.
LARKIN, SlOH — Nice sunny room; running
water: suitable for 2 gentlemen; very rea-
sonable. •* "\u25a0 "
MARTHA place, 1. oil Geary, near Mason —
Handsomely newly furnished rooms; home-
llke: ;i 50 to $3 week. .
METROPOLITAN HOTEL. 129 Third sC— 4OO
single and family rooms. 55c to ?1 50 per day:
$2 to fS week;, the only new and modern
hotel and roomlng-houte In San Francisco
that hss office on ground floor: . hot and cold
v.-a'er, electric lights, call bells, steam heat
In every room, and gives free baths and ele-
vator day and night to ltßjguests..
MISSION. 2270 — Nioe sunny furnished rooms;
«lngU or «-r. suite: bath, private.-
NEPTUNE (TIIE),KI3 POST— JCST OPENED:
ELEGANTLY FURN. SUITES OR SINGLE
ROOMS: MODERN: PRIV. SALT WATER
BATHS. PHONE PRIV. EX.'. EAST 722.
NOE. 151 — FcrnlEhed, .. 8 large ; rooms, parlors
and kitchen, piano, gas and coal ranges. $20.
NOE.. 308 — Furnished room to let. - . '.
OAK. 12. : near Van Nee* — Large alcove room;
running water; also small front room;' 1 or 2
gentlemen; no other roomers. - • :
O'FARRELL. 3148 (The Dallas)— New, man-
. agement; furnished rooms, stogie or en suite;
tr&nsient BMM ' -
ROOMS TO LET— Furn. and Unfurn.
O'FARRELL; 550— Single furnished ' room, for
gentleman' only. •'-•\u25a0\u25a0 .-."..-\u25a0
O'FARIIELL. 515, near Jones (St. George— .
Newly furnished sunny rms. : modern conven.
O'FARRELL, lu9o — Newly lurnished sunny I
corner housekeeping suites; greatly reduced;
.modern conveniences, , .'
POST, 701, cor. Jones;* apartment 10— Newly
furnished rooms In private family: bath,
phone, eiectric lights, elevator Bervlco; Teas.
POWELL' 1220— Nice sunny front turnished
rooms, also light -housekeeping. $1 and up.
RIO VISTA Hotel. 253 Third. St.. near Howard
— New house, with all modern conveniences;
rooms en suite and single; rates by day. 50c
and U£; by 'week. $2 and- up. \u25a0 . t
ROYAL House. 120 Ellis — Incandescent lights;
reading-room, fniokinr-room and ladies' par-
lor; rooms per night. 35c to $1 00; week. $2
to S?S; month. ?S to $30; elevator on ground
floor; rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
SEVENTH. 112— One very nicely furnished
front room for two gents or man and wife.
SOUTH PARK. 145— A sunny furnished front
room to let. -' ' \u25a0 \u25a0'
SI7TTER, S2o— Elegantly furnished parlor
suite; all modern conveniences; suitable foi
two gentlemen. -' - ' - \u25a0 -
THE FLORENCE, IC2 Ellis, corner Powell —
Rooms, 50c and upward; Mrst-class service:
i-pecial rates by week to families. •
UNITED STATES, 123 Eddy, nr. Market — iOO
rooms, 35c to SI night, $1 75 to $6 week: elec-
tric lights (no gas), running water In every
room; elevator, read.-room; free bus, baggage.
WOLF HOUSE. Sixth and Howard sts."— Best
known transient bouse 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.
"WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 3d St., nr. Market-
Most convenient and respectable; 700 rooms,
Sso to $1 50 nightly, $2 to $8 week; elevator;
elec. lights: reading-room: free bus, baggage.
A BRANCH offlce of The Call for the recep-
tion of advertisements and subscriptions has
been opened at 1008 Market et., opposite
Fifth. Open until 11 p. m.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions reoeived at
Call branch office, cor. Duncan & Church sts.
ROOMS A.YD BOARD.
AA— HOTEL MARLBOROUGH. 404 Eddy St..
JUST OPENED. Rooms modern and up to
date- light, sunny and airy; hair mattresses:
free baths; everything elegant, fresh , and '
dean. tsbU unexcelled: rates very reason-
able; must be seen to be appreciated: locat-
ed In the heart cf the city — 104 Eddy at.—
404. "Best meals In the city."
EDDY, 1124, fronting Jefferson Park— Fine
furnished rooms: several unfurnished roome;
table board If desired; very reasonable.'
O'FARRELL, 904 — First-class board with
large room and bath, suitable for couple,
$52 t»0. ' ' \u25a0 .
ELLIS 453 — Two fine rooms for young men;
best "of table board; extra reasonable.
Old Sts-venson Mansion. 807 California St.; new
carpets «m<l interior; exceptional table: mod.
ROOM and board, private family. 2322 Fo'.-
som et. . :.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call.
16 pace». In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
SEWIXG MACHINES AND SUPPLIES.-
THE cenuine White is sold in San Francisco
at the company's offices and by the com-
pany's authorized agents only. WHITE
SEWING MACHINE CO.. fl!s Market st.
DOMESTIC — The machine for family use; best
Is cheapest; second-hand all makes at any
price; all kinds rented lowest rates. Domes-
tlc offlce. IC2I Market St.. near Sixth.
ALL kinds^ second-hand. . $3. $5. $8; -slightly
used, $10. $15 and $20. You know where the
dolls swing In the window. 1051 Market st.
ALL kinds bought, sold and repairing guaran-
teed. CHAB. PLAMBECK. 1018 Mission St.
STORAGE AND WAREHOUSES.
A — EMPORIUM Storage & Van Co.; furniture,
household gcods stored, moved, shipped. 725-
731 Howard St., nr. Third; phone Grant 1(51.
UNION Square Transfer & Storage Co.. 604
Van Ness aye. Phone East 448: Storage,
moving, packing: cut rates on freight.
CONKLIN'S storage; furniture and merchan-
dise: Golden Gate & Larkin; phone East 126.
PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com-
pany. 2320 Fillmore St.: phone Jackson 2SI.
PIERCE-RODOLPH— Storage and Moving Co.
Main offlce, Eddy and Fillmore; tel. West 523
BEKINS Van and Storage -Co.. 11 Montgomery
st. : tel Main 1840. . Shipping at cut rates.
SPECIAL NOTICES/
ST. FRANCIS Girls' Directory Orphan Asy-
lum hereby gives notice that the following
orphan, half-orphan and abandoned girls and
boys have been admitted to the asylum from
January 1, 1005. to July 1. 1005: ' Thomas
Waters, 4 yrs. 11 mos.; Hmllio Rodriguez, 1
yr. ; John Milton Evans, 7 yrs. ; Anna Evans,
5 yrs. ; Mario Matrarta, 1 yr. 1 mo. ; Phllo-
mena Jesu. 0 yrs. ;\u25a0 August Schaueten. 4 yrs.
6 mos.; Colman John Quilllnan, 3 yrs. B,mcs.;
Arthur O'Kelff, 0 yrs.; Catherine Gough. 9
yrs.; Paul Martinell, 7 yrs. ; John F. Quintan,
3 yrs. 6 mos.; Peter Marti nelly. 7 yrs.; Louis
Martluelly, 5 yrs. . 10 mos. ; Flavla Vadald,
2 yrs. 6 mos.; Joseph Walsb, C yrs.; Milton
Pinto, 6 yrs. ; John Arrles. 2 yrs. 2 mos. ;
Marion Ezzaoni. 0 yrs.; Esther Ezzaonl, 0
yra.; Edna Phillips, S yrs.; Eugene Phillips,
5 yrs. 10 mos.; Raymond Phillips, 4 yrs. 10
mos.; Isabel Valasco, 3 yrs.; Luis Valasco. 4
yrs.; Fredrick Beccarla. 3 yrs.^6 mos.; Mary
Costello, 7 yrs.; Katie Costello, 6 yrs.: Mar-
tin Costello. 5 yrs.; Erthal Cuneo, 12 yrs.;
Bernlce Cuneo, 5 yrs. ; Catherine Long, 3
yrs.; Doris Williams. 7 yre.; Augusto Le
Noir, 4 yrs. 5 mos. ; Frank Howe, 5 yrs. 6
mos.; Victor Dalberto, 5 yrs. : Vienna Var.nl.
8 yrs. 0 mos.; Mario Isaia, 3 yrs. -
: : : —
TO whom It may concern — I certify that Vir-
ginia Damatea Is my lawful wife, but she
deserted her home and two children on
June 5. 1905, and from this date, July 15,
1905, I will net be responsible for any debts
made by her. Her husband
GIOVANNI DAMATEA. .
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
AN exceptionally good No. z Remington,- No. 1
Smith Premier. $25; other typewriters at
higher and lower prices; rentals 52 60. The
. Typewriter Exchange,' 036 California' st.
2D-HAND typewriters sold, rented, repaired.
Webster Typewriting Inspec. Co.. &08 Market.
proposals. ;
BIDS WANTED— Notice Is hereby given that
sealed proposals will be ; received ' by - the
Board of- Directors ot the Veterans' Home
of California, at its offlce. room 13, - 320
Eansome St.. San Francisco, Cal., up to 2
o'clock p. m., Tuesday, July 25, 1905, and
opened immediately thereafter In the pres-
ence of bidders. l for furnishing and deliver-"
ing uniform coats, pants and blouses for the
Veterans' Home. Napa County. California
(railroad station YountvlUe. f. o. b.), for
one year, commencing July 1, 1905. 'and
ending June 30, I'JOG. Schedules with infor-
mation and instructions for submitting | bids
will be furnished .upon application : by' the
undersigned. Bidders .will carefully follow
the conditions of the schedules and no bid'
will be considered unless it it. in accordance
with such schedules. Bids \u25a0 must be made
on aamuies submitted whenever ' called ° for
In the schedule. Each bidder must, accom-
pany his bid with \u25a0 a certified i check upon
some well-known and . responsible - banking-
house for at least 10 per cent of the amount
of bis bid. payable to C. Mason .Klnne
treasurer, conditioned that the -bidder .-\u25a0 will
enter Into a good . and valid \u25a0 contract upon
notice, of acceptance, \u25a0as required , by . law/
The board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids and to order any . quantity over
or under the amount specified. ', ;. .
Preference will be given to goods manu-
factured or produced In this State, price,
fitness and quality being equal. ' under - the
provisions of section 3247 of the Political
Code. • • \ "
Address John F. Sheehan, Secretary ; of
the Board of Directors of the Veterans'. Home
of California, 1 room . 13. . 320 Eansome st..'
San Francisco, Cal. - -
Ey order of th« Board of Directors. .
JOHN F. SHEEHAN. Secretary.
PROPOSALS for purchase o f condemned Q." M.
supplies— General depot.' Q. > M. r department,
. North American builrting. Philadelphia.*- July.
12, 1005. Sealed proposals, in triplicate. 'sub.
Ject to conditions stated In circular to" bid-
ders, copies of which can be had; upon' ap-'"
plication at this offlcV. will be received here
: until 11 o'clock a. ' m.. August " 11 . 1905 for
the purchase of 115 lots of condemned cloth-
inff. equipage and • miscellaneous ; tools " etc •
Blanks for proposals and full • Information
..' will be furnished . upon application. '. : En-
. velopen containing proposals .to be Indorsed
"Proposals ; for ; purchase ; of : condemned sup-
plies to be opened August 11. 1905,"' and ad-
dressed to Lieutenant Colonel. ' J. *W. \u25a0 POPE "
Deputy Q. M. General. U. ; SN A.; DeDot
Quartermaster..^i^dSlUXMw^fKSßßMßßH^^Sfi
PROPOSALS tor destructor. Office, Isthmian
- Canal Commission. Washington,' D."* C. June
\u25a0 24, i 1905. : Sealed :\u25a0 proposals, . Jn ."triplicate '": will
be received at the office of -the General'; Pur-
chasing Officer. : Isthmian : Canal Commission
Washington, . D. C. until 10:30 a., m.,- July
24,,190S.iat;whlch-.tlme,theystviliibe opened
in public fcr furnishing, a destructor at Bas
, ' Obitpo. \u25a0 Isthmus ( of >. Panama.' ;\u25a0--\u25a0' Blanks 'i and
. full Information- mayi be -obtained : from; this
office.' or. offices of s Asst.* Purchasing ''Agent
• 24 State st.% N.'VY.' Clty,'^ or 'Asst.S Purchasing
Agent.' at Custom House,' New. Orleans, La.
and blanks may-be, had at; Chamber of. Com-
merce. \u25a0- San Francisco,*.- Cal.*. ;; and '\u25a0 Commercial
"-.', Club. ;. Mobile. .- Ala.— D. W. 1 ' Roes. General
',;..\u25a0 Burrbasise Of fleer. ' \u25a0 \u25a0 .
THE \u25a0SAN^FRANGISCO/:CA
PROFOS Al.S— ContlnuedjU^£/V
PROPOSALS;; FOR' ; FURNISHINGS ; FOR
BACHELOR QUARTERS.;:, Office Isthmian,
Canal Commission," Washington, -D.rC.V July
-'13, 19C0./- Sealed propobals.'initriplicate^.wlll
be received at the office of ' the General. Pur-
chasing . Officer, • Isthmian, Canal • Commisslon,"
. Washington, D. C, until ,10:30 a." m.;- August
.14, 1905,^ at which, time ; they .will be -opened
In public, \ for furnishing • Bedroom | Furniture, '\u25a0
ltair Mattresses, : Feather . Pillows, Wash-
stand Sets, \u25a0; Student : Lamps, . Mosquito ; Bars,
etc. Blanks and .full t Information-m ay- be
obtained : from this offlce or. the offices of the
Assistant Purchasing Agents, 24 State Street,'
New : York. City; Custom i House, .'New i Or-
leans, La.; 30 New Montgomery Street," San
Francisco, • Cal., \u25a0 and ', Tacoma.cWash. ; ' aIBO
from Chief Quartermaster, Department of the
Lakes, Chicago, . and the Commercial; Club,
Mobile, Ala. — D. W. Ross, General Purchas-
'^inr Officer.-.' \u25a0 : -* . "' \u25a0\u25a0 -' \u25a0."••\u25a0/ 1 \u25a0". ' -
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ANY. portion of (50,000 square feet: b-st build-
\u25a0 injrs , in . city: three " street \u25a0 frontages; perfect,
light • and vectilatlcn: : all "modern conven-
iences: within five ' minutes", walk -of > ferry
buildlnfrj. Pcwtofflc«. . Wells. Fargo & Co. and
. . Cull -.- offlce: < reasonable \u25a0 reht : If ' you : want ,
what you are lookinir for see ; us. HUGH
KEENAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. 30
Jtesif »t.: city. ' "•--''\u25a0 \u25a0 ••'•\u25a0 '"\u25a0-'\u25a0:--
STEAM ; LAUNDRIES. ;
LAUNDRY of kinds . only union help;, prices,
rooming-houses, sheets \u25a0 and slips, 20c doz. ;
towels. %c each. Tel. ; SMITH, Howard 4011.
STATEMENT
OF THB CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
OF, THE
CASUALTY COMPANY OF AMERICA
OF NEW TORK, IN* THE STATE OF NEW
YORK. ON THE 81ST DAY OF DECEMBER,
A. D. 1904. AND FOR THE YEAR ENDING
ON THAT DAY. AS MADE TO THE INSUR-
ANCE COMMISSIONER OF THE STATE OF
CALIFORNIA. PURSUANT TO •- THE PRO-
VISIONS OF SECTIONS 610 AND 611 OF THB
POLITICAL CODE. CONDENSED AS PER
BLANK FURNISHED BY ' THE COMMIS-
SIONER. ; - ' v' - .' • \u25a0
CAPITAL.,
Amount df Capital Stock, paid up
In Cash ........ $500,000 00
. ASSETS. - . 1
Cash Market Value of all Stocks
and ' Bonds owned by Company. $834,712 60
Cash in Company's Office ........ 1,234 28
Cash In Banks ...".....\u25a0....;..... 135,539 70
Interest due and accrued on bonds. 6,187 50
Premiums in due Course of Collec- \u25a0
tion 164.524 13
Agent debit balances (secured).... 90,901 04
Total Assets ........ (. .... . . .$1,232,099 75
LIABILITIES. ' ..-'.- -._~
Losses In process of Adjustment or
In Suspense ............"•...-.... $81,110 15
Gross premiums on Risks running
ono year or less, $726,916 10; re-
insurance 50 per cent .......... 363,458 04
Gross premiums on Risks running
more than one year > $59,625 00;
reinsurance pro rata ........... 45,804 15
Commissions and Brokerage due
ajid to become due ..' 31,646 87
All other Liabilities \u25a0• . • • " 44,587 49
Total UabillUes ............. $566.606 70
INCOME. ™
Net cash actually received for pre-
miums $738,389 68
Received for Interest and dividends
on Bonds Stocks. Loans, and ' •
from all other sources ......... 19,333 71
Received from all other sources... .7,423 05,
Total Income ................ $765,14644
' EXPENDITURES. . ~~
Net amount paid for Losses...... $120,886 93
Paid or allowed for Commission or -
Brokerage '• • •••• 196,679 66
Paid for Salaries, Fees and other
charges for officers, clerks, etc.. 71,352 59
Paid for State. National and Local .'
taxes ••••• ...'...•\u25a0..•... 6,858 40
All other payments and \u25a0 expendl- ,-
tures • - • v.i-!- ,115.542 68
Total Expenditures ........... $511,320 16
Losses Incurred during - the year. . .$137,315 01
E. W. DE LEON, Vice President. ;
CHAUNCEY S. S. MILLER. Secretary.
Subscribed - and -- sworn to " before ' me, this
2Sth day of January, 1905. ? .
. CHAS. I. BROOKS. Notary Public.
Liberal contracts; made- with agents- and
brokers. ' .
WILLARD O. WAYMAN& CO.,
General Aeents,
Bansome and Sacramento sts.. San Francisco.
CARDS AND INVITATIONS. —^
ENGRAVED, wedding Invitations, visiting and
business cards, crest." etc. ; " high-class work at
moderate rates. J.H.Duncan. l26 Kearny.r.l-2.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The following marriage licenses were issued
yesterday: \u25a0 .
Charles Hort, 25, San Rafael, and Josle
Hpllwlg, 21, Black Point.
I'Wllllam F. Beck. 38, 1106% Treat avenue,
and Lula Stafford, 39, Denlson, Texas.
Patrick J. Reardon, 40,' San Quentln, and
Georgia W. Mackoy, 29, 1001 Bush street.
Harry G. Schwartz, 23,' 1406 Lyon street, and
Mabel F ' Tway, 19, 930 Sanchez- street. -
Thomas B. Markham/ 42, Greenvlew, and.
Nora T. Conheady, -30, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Martin LJublch, 22, 572, Grove street, : and
Annie Dovln, 17,-315 Plymouth : avenue. \u25a0
Henry Diercks, :21 ,-,1701. Lea venworth. street,
and Minna Hertmann. 21. 176 Perry street. •
Max F. W. Kuehn, 25, 2021 Fifteenth street,
and M Elizabeth McCall, : 23, ; Mill \ Valley. .
James Dale, .21, .1124 A '.Union street, \u25a0 and
Florence Folsom." 21," 812 Jessie 'street.
Henry Hamas, 21, \u25a0 2229 . Mission ' street, and
Charlotte C. Otlo, 21, ' 2423 Washington street.
John T. Mitchell, -21. 359- Brannan street,
and Mary Denahy, 19, 616 Sixth street.'-:
Adelberg Bath, 21; Carson City, Nevada, and
May Young, 23, 108 McAllister : street.
Ernest R. Brown, 27. Los 'Angeles, • and ': El-
vla M. Smith, 22, 353 Fulton street.-.
Louis J. Frichette, 21, - 45 . Powell avenue,
and . Belle Locke, 21, . 1107 A Treat avenue. -
1 John B. Dahlgren, 40, Washington, D. C,"
and Caroline C. Martin,' 4o,' Washington,' D.C.
Thomas H. Wilson, 28, 229 Minna street, and
Sadie F. Gatter. 29, 2544 Howard : street.
Joseph' C. Shorb, 25," 2501 \u25a0 Gough street, and
Mao E. O'Donnell, 22,308 Golden Gate avenue.
William Davoust, 26* 433 S Ellis street, • and
1 Lucie Joulln, 21, 1461 Geary, street. ..." -
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS,-
Birth, marriage '\u25a0' and death notices 'sent Jby
mall will not be inserted. They must bo handed
In at either \u25a0of : the publication offices and jbe
indorsed With the name and * residence ' of , per- :
sons : authorized to \u25a0 have - the '-\u25a0 same ' published. '
Notices : restricted simply to the announcement
of the event are published once in this: column
free of charge. ;N - . •' - . ::-.^-..-
BORN. "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.•/..
BREUER— In this city", July 8. 1908, to: the
wife of Henry: J.". Brener, ; a \u25a0 son.
FELLMANN— In thisc city, July. 6, 1905, to
. the wife of Alfred Fellmann, a son.
GARRISON— In J this city. July 11, 1908, to the
: wife v of ; "J.i D.* Qarrisony a:daughter.v .. .'
HOLMES— In this^ city, 'June 15, f1905,"f to the
wife of J. T.-- Holmes, ; a son. " .•
NICKELS— In this city, ' Jul y. 16, 1905, to the
wife of J. • F. - Nickels, a, daughter. .:
TURPIN— In this ?\u25a0 city. "July? 17. ( 1906, to the
: wife of . Andrew ; t W, iTurpln," a- daughter.;:
BLASER— LEVENE— In this city, July 16,
1905, nby the ; Rev. -M. == S. '-. Levy, : Sydney :I .
Blaser and Miss -Ella: L.:Levene.'
GARBY— DOUGLAS^-In • this V city, ".- July 16."
19U5, ; by: the RevA William N. j Meserve,' Allen
T. \u25a0 Gareyj of Coultervllle, : Cal.', , and Margaret
.\u25a0 -, Douglas of Goldfteld, Nevada. . .\u25a0:''... .
SIMON— GOLDBERG— In -this \u25a0 city,. July - 16,
• 1905, by : the * Rev,-- M: • S.T Levy, Samuel ; M . ;
: Simon and \u25a0 Marlon Goldberg. ' . .
" DIED. ' T~ '
'' Alnsworth, 5 Fanny : B. Larrabee, \u25a0C.\u25a0,F.j - 84 f
-. Blarney, ' Catherine, 54,: Letcher, -Beverly,; 41 f.
Borden, \u25a0 Catherine, . 71 \u25a0:;\u25a0 Llppert, J,Willlam , E. - .
'. Bridges, t Geo. . R., . 6S '\u25a0_ McCarthy,',' Elenor, ;: l.--
" Butler, » Edw.-'W. -. ; McMenomy.Mary A.,18 "
'\u25a0 Chamberlain. A.' P., 64 McSorley. .John, 42— -
- Deeney, : . James 4 J.- • . ' Morse, * Charles :- C.',"- 61 V
, Douglas,* D.'M.r 61 - •\u25a0.-O' Hanlon.V James . F. .\u25a0\u25a0'•:/
Dowllng,''' Denis, i 73 Olson". ; August,"* 60 "\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0" %
Dudley,^Dr.7A.TP. r TParsons.s Thos. ' J.;' 56.'
Fisher. : George,: 60 "J . Patlno.l Frank,- 27 i -
Harris, ; Charles,"- 42 -:~ Quigley, s Emma, ; 44 '
Hauser, Edward O.; 22 Schilling,- Joseph, 75
1 Henderson,"V O:? L.;> 6s -;-Vesth,-i lrene = E.;s 2 - i
Hueter, * Gustave, , 67 -Wetjen, Elizabethr 48 ;•*
- Kane, Shelah " . /." . Wllcox, v Emma" C, i 47 "
- Kellher,- Margaret, i7O • WiUlaxns,%WUliam; 58 ;;
Kelly, Mary; J.,"-' 42 .' • ... .Wright, 1 Anderson, 36
AINSWORTH— In ~?i Portland, ,n Ore.; '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0], July 16,
: 1905,' Fanny J Babbitt;/ Alnsworth, '. widows of
I/ the j late « Captai n"" J:\ C.*^ Alnsworth," and $ be-
- loved , mother *of if John ; C.V * Harry • 8. ,-; Maude '
''and Belle Alnsworth and Mi>>. ' Percy. T.Mor-
/-gan."--' ,'\u25a0'.\u25a0 -.:• ' : '\u25a0'.' '; ' \T: ":'.'\u25a0 ..'.''\u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 '.-''
BLAMEY— In -: this ' city.",' July ; lO.v 1906, at her
In Odd Fellows', and Masonic Cemeteries can be
'?: exchanged * for! Plots ; In v; *,;..;.-' -
• \ m t.";;1o li.ye T|s;c c me.t.bet.^
... For ?\u25a0 particulars - apply S at S City s Offlce, I **- £
GRANT- BLDCH MARKET, &
'' residence, ;.6C Duboce 'avenue,- corner of Ste-"
" : venson street, 'Catherine,; beloved wlfe'of the
late William H.i Blarney, and mother of Ellza^"
. beth, Rebecca, : Joel ; and William ; Blarney, \u25a0 a
--; native of Ireland, aged 54 years 6 months and
. J29.days;f;:r\ : ; \u0084^_-.., \u25a0•...,-•„-.•,.„\u25a0 ,. ;.-V .;,,-:;, ,:\u25a0-<>
-f \u25a0• ..- CT" Friends and - acquaintances are • respect-
: :\u25a0;. fully; requested 'to attend a solemn; requiem.
• high : mass ; to .be celebrated for,, the \u25a0 repose [ of
\u25a0 ; her. .. eoul :.'\u25a0: to-day ; '; (Tuesday), r; at i 9.. o' clock,
; : . at * St.'; Joseph's :. Church, , Tenth - street. In-
i-i terment private,' Holy Cross Cemetery-T Kind- •
; ly. omit flowers.-. .. ; : . ./. .;: • .;•'- \u25a0..' .
BORDEN— I n I this city, July L l7, r 1905,^ Cath-'
\u25a0 : erine .'Borden,': dearly .beloved - mother of Mrs.
Delbirt iStevensJandt Mary;'P-T"' 'Josia ••!.'* and.
: Ada L. '\u25a0 Borden ' and \u25a0 the late ' John VABorden,'
anativa^of 'Drum? Lane/ County Cavan,;lre-:
\u25a0 I land, aged 71 . years and 10 months.":.-* .;. - '
: : C?*FrleridB - and < : acquaintances > and? mem-
: bers ; of ' the "Third ; Order ; of '\u25a0 St. t, Dominic I are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral ito-
: « ' morrow . (Wednesday), 1 ' at 8 :S0 o'clock a.~: m.;
: from her, late ~ residence, \u25a0 911 ' Folsom ; street,
; thence to St. Patrick's Church,- where a sol-
emn ; requiem » mass 'i will , be •*. celebrated -1 for
- ' the . repose ;of / her 50u1, ." commencing -at?\u25a0 9
o'clock \u25a0a.v m. Interment : Holy \u25a0 Cross \u25a0 Ceme-
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0" tery. *:* "\u25a0\u25a0, \- *\u25a0;\u25a0{\u25a0.'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0.:- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'. ' - "'-\u25a0''' *" '..'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0? \u25a0;
BRIDGES-=£ln-tti!s" city. July 16, 1005, George
R. Bridges, a native of Maine, aged 68 years."
CyFuneral ; services Tuesday, at • 2 -, p. ; m.,'
at the ' chapel. Odd Fellows' Cemetery. .
BUTLER— A month's mind ! mass will be cele-
brated for. the repose of the soul of \u25a0 Edw.-.W."
Butler, Wednesday. July 19, at 8 r o'clock,
at , St. Ignatius Church . .. : 5
CHAMBERLAIN— In" Oakland, Cal., July 17.
IUOS, W Albert P., beloved husband of Elizabeth
' H; Chamberlaln> and father of Alberta Cham-'
berlain, a native of New York, aged 84 years
U months and 24 days. : (San Dlcgo and
\u0084 U nez papers please copy.) .
CTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully t invited 'to ; attend \u25a0 the funeral > »ervloes
Wednesday, July - 19, vat 2 o'clock p. m.;: at
the parlors rof the Howe ' Ondertaklng Com-
pany, . corner • Grove and Twenty-second
streets," Oakland. Interment Mountain View
Cemetery. / . \u25a0. . , : ;
DEENEY— In : this cliy, July 16, 1906, James
.; J., dearly belovedson of Ann and the lat»
John Deeney,' and beloved brother of John H.-
. and Margaret E. Deeney, Mrs. Charles Cros-
,-\u25a0 son and . Mrs. J. - Magulre, a native of . San
Mateo County,- 1 California. A members of
Golden Gate Camp No.' 64, Woodmen of tha
. World.:; .v .-' : ;-\u25a0, -'\u25a0• . \u25a0,-"-\u25a0 '"- '' \u25a0' •'
'•\u25a0••\u25a0 \u25a0 IcyFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully . invited to ; attend the funeral to-day
. (Tuesday), at' 9:3o a.' m... from his late resi-
" ; " dence, 416 Tenth street, thence to St. Joseph's
':. Church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for j the | repose of . his soul,' com-
\u25a0 menclng ' at 10 a. m. • Interment Holy Cross
''.': Cemetery. -;«.\u25a0' . ' . . • \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 '-\u25a0,';
DOUGLAS— In this city, July 16, 1905, Donald.
. 'Murry Douglas, dearly beloved' husband of
Mary S. Douglats, and devoted father of Mal-
colm E. Douglas, and brother of. Mrs. C. L.
Wood, a native of Woodstock, Canada, aged
'61 years 11 months and 4 days.: . ' , '\u25a0'\u25a0- *
(CTTrlends and -acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral* to-day
(Tuesday). July 18 "at 1:30 p. m., from his
late residence,-. 2886 Harrison street, noar
;'.\u25a0 Twenty-fifth.', Interment Mount Olivet Ceme-
tery.
DOWLING— In this city, July 17, 1905, at the
Homo for ' tap Aged, Denis, beloved huabaud
:-\u25a0' of Mary Ddwllng, and father of the late
Mary Eulalla Dowllng, a native of Ireland,
aged 73 ; years. , * - \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ' •
(CTThe funeral win take place to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 9:30 a. m., from thejHome
for the Aged. Fourth avenue and Lake
street. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
DUDLEY— In , Liverpool/England. ' July 15,
• ltOs, Dr. A Palmer Dudley \u25a0of , New - York
: City, beloved husband of Cassandra H. Dud-
; ley, formerly of Menlo Park. \u25a0 "*
FISHER— In this city. July 16. 1903, George
Fisher, a native of Germany, aged. 6o years.
HARRIS— In this city. July 16, 1905, Charles,
-beloved husband of Rachel Harris, brother
of Max - Harris. ; and son of the : late Simon
.and Ernestine /Harris, a native of New
York, aged 42 years. •".
\u25a0> C?" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), July: 19, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
from the new funeral chapel of Theodor
Dierks, 432 \u25a0 Golden Gate avenue, between
Larkin and Polk streets. : Interment y, New
Salem Cemetery, by 11:30 o'clock a. m. train.
Kindly, omit , flowers. .
HAUSER— In Sacramento. Cal., July 17, 1905,
Edward 0., \u25a0\u25a0 eldest : and dearly beloved son
of George R.'".a#l. Bertha Hauser, and brother
< of W. R. f George L., Edna, Frank and Har-
old Hauser, a native of . San Francieco, aged
22 years and 17 days.
HENDERSON— In this city, July 14," 1905, Ozle
L. Henderson, I beloved husband of Ella M.
Henderson. < and 7 father :of Roy M. •• Hender-
son, aged 55 years 9 months and 11 days. : ,
E7"Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains
. at the parlors of Carew & English, 29 Van
Nees avenue. " ': \ - . -'\u25a0'-'
HUETER— In; AIma, Cal., July 14, 1005, Gus-
tave \u25a0 Hueter, : beloved husband of. Mrs. Kate
Hueter, and father of Mrs. E. Flack, Mrs. S.
Bllse, j and * GusUve A., Ferdinand, Albert,
E»nest and L. Hueter, aged 67 years 8 months
and 7 days. : ' -'. \u25a0;• \u25a0\u25a0 -. -.--• J;--.:. '"~ V
E7"The funeral will.-itake i-place to-day
(Tuesday), at" 2 o'clock >,p. -m.. ." from -\u25a0 the
funeral parlors of- Bunker & Lunt." 2668 Mis-
sion street. Mission ' Masonic Temple, l between
Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets. In-
.: terment prlvate.'KPleaso omit flowers. ;•:- ..
KANE— In - 7 New >?Trork City, \u25a0 June " 24, 1905,
Shelah Kane, daughter of Daniel H . and
, Beryl X Kane, \u25a0 and granddaughter of Cap-
tain Theb. -. F.- Kane, United States ' navj".
KELLHER— In this city, July • 17, " 1905, ' Mar-
garet Kellher, beloved wife of Michael Kell-
her, a native of Ireland, aged 70 years and
.'3 months. : "\u25a0;,':.\u25a0 -• m" ..'. ' .* •• .' \u25a0
KELLY— In this city, July 15, 1906, Mary J.
Kelly (nee Gogan), beloved i wife of George
" W. Kelly, and j mother or; Josephine Gogan,
and dearly beloved sister of Mrs. Annie
Schulj, Mrs. Kate Keating, • Malachy, Keogh,
the late Patrick . Keogh, and: niece of. Mrs.
Mary Gavin, a native of County Roscommon,
Ireland, aged 42 years. ;-: : ..: :^ -
C7"Frlends and acquaintances are.respect-
, fully - invited to.- attend the _ funeral : to-day
'•.... (Tuesday), July 18, .1905, at \; B:3o o'clock
a. m., from the parlors or Carew & English,
29 iVan Ness avenue,.. thence; to: St. .Brigid's
I Church, where a requiem mass : will ; be cele-
brated for. the repose \u25a0' of her soul,* commenc-
:; Ing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy • Cross
v-Cemetery. . E" •« ' ..
LARR ABEE— In the I ; City and County Hos-
pital, July 17, 1905, Charles F. Larrabee, a
native of California, aged 84 years.
LETCHER-r-In this , city, i July 17, 1905, Bev-
erly, beloved son of Mrs. -Anna" Letcher, a
native of San Francisco, Cal., aged ; 41 years
,3 months and 13 days.
LIPPERT— In this city, July 15, 1905, .William
D.,' beloved husband of -Pauline Llppert.
\u25a0 . tCjTFriends and ; are respect-
fully Invited to attend the \u25a0- funeral to-day
' (Tuesday), \ at 1 \u25a0 P. : m., \u25a0 from the parlors of
. McFadden, Mcßrearty & Green, 1171 Mission
street, between Seventh • and Eighth. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery, i - •
MCCARTHY— In *\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0- this r city, July . 17, 1905,
\u25a0Elenor Catherine, beloved daughter of -.Den-
' nls and Kate McCarthy, a' native of Keswlck,'
Shasta' County, Cal.; . aged 1 \u25a0 year '5 \u25a0 months
and 20 days. \u25a0..,.?•:, '..- \
\u25a0 C?" The funeral will , take place to-morrow
\u25a0 (Wednesday); at 1:30 o'clock, '.from the par-
lors of . J. C. O'Connor. &, C 0.,- 767 > Mission
street. : . Interment . Holy ; Cross Cemetery. , '
McMENOM Y— In this city, July 16. 1905,= Mary
Agues, dearly . beloved ; daughter •" of : Kate A.
' ' and \u25a0 the late Hugh ' McMenomy, \u25a0 and j sister . of
John, ;• Julia. James ' and Anaatasia McMen-
omy, a native of .Vallejo," Cal.',' aged 18 years.-
V ICT'Frlends and 'acquaintances ,\u25a0 are respect-
>. fully ' Invited \u25a0to attend .the \u25a0 funeral >. to-day-
• (Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, '*\u25a0 from \u25a0 her ; late '- resl-'
, dence, : : 41 . * Merritt *;-:• street, "A thence .. to = ; the
: ; Church of \u25a0; the •\u25a0' Most " Holy '\u25a0 Redeemer,": where
' :a .requiem 'high mass will be celebrated for
• the> reDose of -her soul.- at 9:30 \u25a0a.'.m.' • ln-
- terment Holy ' Cross Cemetery. •; ". - '
McSORLEY — In this city.. July 16/- 1905,' John.'.
dearly ..beloved:- brother; of-- Rodger .McSorley, \u25a0
ja ; native of County . Tyrone. Ireland, aged ; 42
• 'years.-' " ; -' . •\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0•-, '\u25a0'\u25a0-:. \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0> ' -\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0'.\u25a0'\u25a0-' .-"."•-\u25a0-'-:\u25a0\u25a0>'
• CTTriends and , acquaintances are . respect-"
- fully Invited -'. to t attend i the ?\u25a0 funeral *\u25a0 to-day
\u25a0 ; (Tuesday), at 8 :30 a. : m.V '\u25a0"\u25a0 from '- the funeral •
V parlors of ' J.*.. C." O'Connor . & <?o. , J 767, Mission !
street,'", thence ; to tha ; Chapel of - the . Passion
. '-. attached ., to £ St. v' Mary's r Hospital.*! where ~a'
"" solemn ' requiem • mass '.will • be : celebrated I foi j
'- the ; repose » of. his '. soul. - commencing \u25a0' at \u25a0< 9
o'clock a: •m. . Interment \u25a0 Holy Cross Ceme-
tery. .- .." ',-.\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0";,. '". ''; . :^'V.:.". : . ... :
'."•'-. T.-.^Ml^' 1 1— The officers and ''members ?of
Mission i Council - No. * 3,'^ Y. • M.n- 1.; \u25a0: are ;. re-
. • epectf ully requested : to attend the j funeral jof
.-- our \u25a0 deceased s brother,'^ John "- McSorley, v from
767 Mission street.Uc-day (Tuesday). ?at 8:30
o'clock. - HENRY. KUGELBERG. President. " -
O'.--:.C.'.Q." WILLEY.-, Cor.; Secretary. -,/:-:
Plots In City O«m*tarle»
Taken In Part Paymsat
\u25a0 '-'\u25a0:\u25a0.\u25a0:.\u25a0.\u25a0 foriPl*t»iln.";'.'.'.'.'/-->'.-.
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY
. 1 504^ MARKET STREET
\u25a0,:•,'.•-.• -.1 "O*i_»t!Oeai«*«xy. '-._\u25a0\u25a0 -. " : ;'.; :
:,-f- \u25a0"•'.:\u25a0•. .-;V.- 'f-;^ vn---"/.--.- •\u25a0:•-- '\u25a0 \u25a0' -'•>•••
. TELEPHONE MAIN 43.
N.QRAi££G.;lnc.
. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. r :
'\u25a0\u25a0'? Cyrus S '4 Wright, • president ; t Qeo.l H. Clark, ::
vice president; ,'AI I P. 1 Booth,- treasurer ; Harold
i L. ; Wricht;? secretary. .:'- **• . ; ,~; : V: \u25a0" , 'TV: ;\u25a0 • ;-- \u25a0\u25a0.• ?
.: a-:- ). 612-614 VAN; NESS^AVENUB,
.. Between G olden : Gate 1 avenue l and ! Turk street. *
*•'- -::•:--- SAN- FRANCISCO^ CAl*.^: \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : :-^ii
[McAvoy, O'Hara & Co.]
FUNERAI. DIRECTORS. j
\u25a0 Removed t to v,Thelrl' New S Parlors, :.; "
I 281-271 HAYE3 BT.^ O pp.' ST. ! IGNATIUS OHUKCH i
<l^- Lady/Asslstants/|,Teleph6ne I South \u25a0 247^g| I
I -.James McGinn. \u25a0- v- . : ; Henry Hauoen. „\u25a0\u25a0
: - JAMES iMcQINN » & ? CO.; • ' • - . I
;\u25a0;;'; 1 Formerly i.With? McGinn Bros.* I
: — rPuneral t Directors 1 and i Embalmers— I
?U EdJy st. Tel. : East 86. |
MORSE— In this city. July 17, 1905. Charles
% Carroll, beloved : , husband - : of '• Margery S.
* -i Morse, rand- father : of t Charles ', Percy, j Henry
, : Goodspeed * and := Patty,"* Morse,; .; Mrs. * S. s ' B. \u25a0
* Glbbs ; and I Mrs. •F. E. ; Frazier. a native ot
\u25a0 Phlppsburg, ; Maine,« aged 61 \u25a0 years. v
: ' . . CTNotlce of ' funeral : hereafter.
O'HANLON— In this city, July. 16. 1905, James
-; .;F. - O'Hanlon,": brother ' of 2. the late Elizabeth
> ; O'Hanlon.a native of Ireland.'-,- • ....
' S-•-\u25a0S -•-\u25a0 GTFrlends and ~ acquaintances are respect-
't -\u25a0 fully invited to attend \u25a0 the funeral • to-morrow
* (Wednesday), :> from ' * the 7 parlors -of * J. , C/
O'Connor .- & - Co., 767 ; Mission • street, . thence
• : ~' : ;to St. Joseph's Church,' where a requiem high
-: 1 mass : will be celebrated ; for the ; repose of his
; .soul at 9 a.' m.'? Interment Holy Cross Cem«-
!.'. tery, 1 by. electric funeral car from Eighteenth
,-J and Guerrero streets. »
OLSON— In this clty,~ July 16,' 1905. August 01-
' son. ; : beloved i husband -of : Mary . Olson.'.-V and
". '\u25a0'.; father of Mrs -D. Coyckoff."* Jars. H.- Hughes,
$\u25a0 Mrs.' M.v Eddy.' Mre. F. Fritz, Mrs. George
m:, Olson 'and -- Will lam Olson,, a- native of Swe- 1
.'; den. • aged 60 years. \u25a0 A' member of Longshore
..t Lumbermen's :: Protective -rAseoclatlon, Local
"-;224..'.1.-;iA-M.-;T.rA.-.'.--." ".-".\u25a0;--' ."^ ' ' :' -
v" ICTFriends and < acquaintances are respect-
' fully ; Invited • to . attend > the - funeral Wednes-
?.-\u25a0 day,; July =, 19,' at 2 : o'clock p. m..~ from the
of his : daughter, , 229 Lobos street,
v Ocean View. : Interment Mount Olivet Ceme-
"- tery.:; \u25a0: -^ '..-. -. '\u25a0--.'..: 7.- \u25a0.-".-''. : ;\u25a0;... X "'..;
PARSONS^-In this city, July 15, 1905, Thomas
: Joseph Parsons, beloved husband of Carrie
L. Parsons, and father of Alma, Etta. Car-
rie and T Wlllard : Parsons, ; and : brother ft
.George, Louis and -Charles -Parsons, Mrs.'
James Day and ' Mrs. Alice Chase, a native of
Indiana, aged 66 years 3 months and 26 days.
vHSacramento papers please copy). « ;
"?.'-.: (Cy Friends and \u25a0 acquaintances are respect-
: fully Invited to :- attend the ' funeral services
•" Tuesday, at 1 p.: m.V- at his residence. 1404
':\u25a0 McAllister , street. ,: Interment private. Please
-:: omit flowsrs. .:\u25a0 \u25a0 ; -\u25a0
PATINO— In this" city, "July 15, 1800, Frank
* Patlno, beloved brother of Antonio A., Agul-
- lar : and Conception Patlno, and . cousin \u25a0* of
Louise and John Pacheco and Refujl Castelo.
a native of San Francisco, aged 27 years 6
' months and 14 days.^aywWLJWajefaa^---' :--
- E^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral Tuesday, ,
July 18 at 10:30 o'clock,' from. his late resl-
I dence, 62 John street, i between Jackson and
Pacific, Powell. and Mason streets, thenos to
Spanish Church, Broadway and Mason street,
" for service.' , ..:."\u25a0 - \u25a0- .
QUIGLEY— In this city, . Jttly 17, 1905, Earn*
: Quigley, beloved wife -of the \u25a0 late Charles
Quigley, • and mother of Mrs. F. A. Meyers
- of Tracy, Cal.. . and Mrs. C. H. Carpenter of
. Valdez. Alaska. .a t native of , Pennsylvania,
aged 44 years and ,6; days. '^"..- .'•• . ' \u25a0
•':'\u25a0 ICTFrlends and \u25a0 acquaintances \u25a0 are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral , to-morrow
(Wednesday). . July. 19, at ,2 o'clock p. m.;
from, the cha pel of Charles H. J. Truman
& Co., 1909 Mission street, between Fifteenth
and Sixteenth. Interment National Ceme-
tery. Presidio.;
SCHILLING-^-In this city, July 16, 1905, Jo-
eeph, beloved husband of Hanchen Schilling.,
§3 a native of Germany, aged 75 years. A mem-
- ber of Magnolia Lodge No. 29, I. 0. , O. F..
..' and Chebra B'nal Israel.,. , ?':.
: (C7"Frlends and » acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the 'funeral to-day
(Tuesday), July 18, *t 10 o'clock a. m., from
his late residence, 773 McAllister street, and
thence by 11:30 o'clock a. m. train to New
i-: Ealem- Cemetery, for Interment. Kindly omit
\u25a0:r flowers. '\u25a0 -.. : . , : ' ' ' ,\ ' . - \u25a0
A'ESTH— In this city, July 17, 1905, Irene El-
freda Vesth, beloved daughter of HJalmar
and Martha Vesth, a native of New York
City, N. V., aged 2 years 8 months and 8
\u25a0 -days.. \u0084
WETJEN— In Larkspur, Marln County, July 15,
1905. Elizabeth D../ beloved wife of Cord H.
: Wetjen. and mother of Mrs. George Steuneu-
\u25a0' berg '. and Kate, -. Llzette and the late Egext
Wetjen, a native of Pennsylvania, aged .48
: years 7- months and -6 days. A member or
Harmony Chapter No. 124. O. E. S-. and Cal-
ifornia Circle, Women of Woodcraft. .
•'- C7Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral Wednes-
day.' July 19. at 2 o'clock p. m,. from her
- late residence, 18. Hill street, -thence to Mis-
sion Masonic Temple. 2668 - Mission street,
" between Twenty-second and Twenty-third,
* where services will be . held under the aus-
pices of Harmony Chapter No. 124, O. E. S.
. Interment Woodlawn - Cemetery. -
\u25a0 . Officers and members of Harmony Chap-
ter No. 124, 0.E.5.. are requested to at-
tend the funeral of our late sister. Elizabeth
\u25a0\u25a0•" D Wetjen. P. W.M.. 'Wednesday, July 19,
at 2:30 p. m..'from Mission Masonic Tem-
ple. By order of W.M. . • - >;V; V
; . EVA M. GARRISON. Secretary.
WILCOX— In Palo Alto. Cal., July 17, -1905.
Emma C. Wllcox. beloved wife of C L.
Wllcox. daughter of Mrs.L. A. Bort of Oak-
land, and sister of Mrs. F. A. Bo Wen of
Palo Alto. Mrs. W. J.Matcheet of
land, Oregon, and W. F. Bort of Kingfisher.
\u25a0Oklahoma, a native of Niles. Michigan, aged
47 years. (Niles, Mich.; \u2666papers please copy.)
ICT Friends and acqutflntances are Invited
" to attend the funeral, "from hei'' late resi-
dence, - 308 . Thirteenth street. Oakland, Cal:.
1 Wednesday, ', July 19, at 2p.m. \ \u25a0
WILLIAMS — In the City and County Hospital,
.-. July 16, 1905. William Williams, a native of
"Wales. a«ed 68, years. •'
\u25a0WRIGHT— In 1 - this city, July "16, 1905, Ander-
son E.; beloved husband of Mamie B. ."Wright.
-' and brother of Samuel- J.- Wright, a native
' of New Orleans, aged 86 years 7 months" and
: 12 days. A member, of Hannibal Lodge No.
1. F. and A. M. . :
(CyFTiends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
to-morrow (Wednesday), at 12:80 o'clock
p. m.,\ at =Zion' A. M. B.{Church, Stockton
street, near Clay. Interment Mountain -View
, Cemetery, Oakland., \u25a0 •...<\u25a0. \u25a0..<\i*~- \u25a0 • :'\u25a0" \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0^
WOODLAWN CEMETERY
'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0• San-'Mateo County." \u25a0 ' ",' \u25a0 \u25a0••'
MASONIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION,
V 6SO James Flood Building." S. F.
COMMERCIAL NEWS
Continued \u25a0 From Pose 15.
Cal Powder. 175— !Aak BkiSav.l4s ,
Cal Ship Co. — ' ? 25 lOOF Hall A 6# —
Cal'T I & T — • "142^ Orpheum Co. — _ 16}4.
Cen Bk Oak — 07% PacC Cas C 0.136 V'- — .
Cliutes Co -r. * 4U 6f. Pao Sur Co:. y — 120
City & C 8k.107%119 Paraf Paint.. 90 —
Cyp.L Imp.. —:- 6% S F - Drydock "— 75 v
DptPwd pfd. 85 90- SF & SJCoal. 22H —
Do com ..69 70 S Jose- Wat.. 103 &-*<_
FN Bk.Oak.l2o' — SO & MTKbt.l25 *— >
Fischer Thtr — *'\u25a0 1% Swiss-A 8k..120 —
Frnch-A;Bk.l07%110 Truck Elect.. — ; 18.-j
Gas -Con A. 19 20% Union -S Co.. — . 85 .
Hono P Co..' — .35 . W-Fargo 8k.205 ".. — ."
\u25a0\u25a0"-• SALES.r
. Afternoon Session.
'\u25a0\u25a0•"- Cv; Board — ''-'\u25a0 '.' ;''\"'' : "
$1,000 S F&:N"PRy 65..... \u0084U0 80
.•\u25a0 - -"Street— • : ; - -/\u25a0..:, \u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0 • •..-\u25a0
800 Hono Plant; Co 7 (new p001).... 38 00
.California Stock and Oil Exchange.
OU stocks— ' • - Bid. 'Asked.
Arllne .................... SO 60
AssoOil. Stock cert....'..'..'. 67 68
Claremont 76 ,77%
Forty;- ...... ...7. .'............".• V.V 49 -
Home \u25a0-:. ......... . .V. ". . ;...;..'- 60 \u25a0 - 64 .
1mperia1^........ •• 13 00 ,15 60 ; ;
Independence:'..."....;'. .... - 25. ....
Juncti0n T.......T*;.... ;.'.".."- ,17 $$!?"'•¥£
Kern~:v.v..... :.:..'..'. .'l3 50' -ftiTTVM
Kern (cew) ................. . 80
Monarch of -Arizona -i ;..... 10 ....
Monte Crlsto •...'.••.....;...( 75 83
Oil City ' Petroleum ......... 56 , 60
Reed Crude...... .... ...;... 20 ....
Sovereign ...:.............. 25 80
Sterling ...........,..".-•• 1 85 190;
Superior. . . ... ... . . • \u25a0 08 _06
Thirty-three ......... '•..."..."."\u25a0. 6 00 \u25a0 525
Twenty-eight f. .T.s r.tTl :*; "• •!»•. •". •"", 18 00
'> Miscellaneous \u25a0 stocks — ' -
Fischerß Theater. Co .'.:.*.._..... \u25a0 80
Sanitary ; Reduction .Works. :.l 60 ....
; .":: OFFICIAL V SALES."
-' • :\u25a0 , .:, Morning Session.
-' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"/.\u25a0 : Board— ji " " .--. \u25a0 •
', 600 Asso. Oil Co'cert ............... 60
•' 400 Asso - Oil \u25a0Co .'cert ;. . . .V. ......... \u25a0"68 ' '•
100 Sterling 1 Oil ::V.i.....:......... 180
- 50 Thirty-three 011 v ....:..."...\u25a0....... ."...\u25a0...... i; 5 00
;:^- v--Afternoonv --Afternoon Session. "
No sales. 1 " ':,:\u25a0"'/"- '" ; .'",\T,V";
~ Mlnins \u25a0 Stocky.
SAN FRANCISCO : STOCK : EXCHANGE. £ ;
' .- Following • were - the v sales": on %the- San Fran
cisco ! Stock / and , Exchange ;; Board yesterday : \u25a0_\u25a0 <
\u25a0: • ; '. Morning; Session. \u25a0 ' '
. 300 Belcher . . .". ."'" 15 ' 200 Mexican ... ". '.'l l 30
: 100 Belcher^...:. ,16 200 Mexican ..-..".1 25
;; ICO Bullion f rnT. . 542 ,500, 500 Ophlr.^:. r. ; . : .7, 00
100 Chollar T.V... -18 600 Savage ;...:...^'6o
Challenge *:;>, 2l ;100 Savage ';;;... .^69
,50 Con Va M Co.l 40 ;200 Btlver Hllir.V. 90
-.100 Crown ?Pointrs. 13 ; 100 Yellow -Jacket. 21 ;
': 800 Hale :& ; Norc.l;43 HEfgMffl
•V- ( 1 .'".. "Afternoon ' Session.
100 Ophir .'."• : .7- 12%1 ? 200 *AJph»TfST^^ . v 08
\u25a0 100 Ophlr \u25a0-\u25a0'.. '.".".. 7 CO.'; 400 Union -Con. r. . -44 \u25a0
2CO Con.Va M Co.l 40 1*200 Silver* Hill.'... 80
' 100 Savage \u25a0 ..*.'.. . ; , C9j \u25a0\u25a0: 200 Andes "..7. .*. . . 19
200 Con* lmperial.^ 02; "' "J- ; .': '- ' : ' "
-CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
.'.' \u25a0. :"-' ;V : \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 -"?BidfAsk. ;.' \u25a0".-\u25a0'\u25a0'. Bld.Ask.
ODhlr .;..-.:.6 75 7.00 BulllonT. .'. ;40 45
Mexican rrrrr.l 25 H3O Exchequer r..- 60 07
: Gould r*i Cur !"4l6 iff IS Seg ; Belcher.'. ; 04 03
Best &:Belch.l^2o 125 Overman t..... 17 ;19
Con Va M C0.1i35 140 Justice .^ ..... 06 w, 07
1 Savage sT.-tr:r-;; 69:^' 60 Union "Con/.... 43^44
CholUir*...--. IS Altavrh...v;..-'O3 '{'; 03
Potosl^.:.-.v. 13 i 14 Julian. .".".-.;•.••;. o3 T'-t O3
Hale & ; Norc.li4s 1 ! 60i Caledonia. . .. - , 48 \u25a050
Crown Point.. '— "\u25a0'" 13 Silver HIU. .:. 90 ?J 91'
Yellow Jacket %20>t 21 Challenge " ..:. : , 20 22
Con^ imperial.^ 01*. 02 Occidental <... 89. 93
Kentuck ..'.;. : - 02 03 Lady - : Wash r:.V, o2 -.-- 04
?Ah>ha'rriTr;v; ! SoB^o9 Andesa:v:^.;.^l9 ? 21
s Belcher ETTVW il4 %.! 17 Scorpion «-.fr.-.-.; cl 2 13
Confidence!.'.:- 90 95|Con N V;.... — -j : :0»
Bierm Nev ..,, 29 31|Ophlr-Bruns.. C 9 ' .11
Utah ; . . r. .'. . . 08 ; 10!
TONOT»AH AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS. .
••*\u25a0 .V , Morning ' Session.
1000 MacNamara : . -40 4COO .West : End - . . . ;p»
N 200 Belmont ...1 17^ 1200 West End.b9o.l JO
600 North Star:..: t>2 SCO West End ..- f*
ICOO North Star.:.: "61" 61 SOO Midway; s 5.:.1 50
4000 North ' Star....'. f0 15C0 Midway, s 5.1 47 j!?
1500 Ohio -.TT.TT." 29 1000 Home -..*.."."—" «•>,
1000 0hi0".'...: 30 1000 Lone Star ... V
300 Jumbo M Co. 73 22C0 Red Top .•••• *>
1000 8utte .... .... 50 2500 Mont Ton ... .3 00
1000 Eclipse . ..... 30 3000 Jumper ...... 11
1000 Ventura, s 10. 11 500 Wild G005e.. .2 CO
1000 Shoshone Gold 25 2000 'Nat 'Bank .... 2S
1000 Shoshone Gold 27 2000 Bullfrog • »0/
4500 Rescue ...... C 9 5500 Dlamondfleld.. 50
4500 Gold Mt ..... 15 .250 Dlamondfleld.. 49
100 West End .-.100 .500 Jumbo M' Co. 7*
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0''. - /Afternoon Session. ,
1400 Midway .....1 50' 200 Mont Ton 3 10.
J 1200 Goldfleld ..... 89llt>00 Mont Ton ...-.3 15
10CO Black Mt . . .1 2l>! ICCO Mont Ton,b9o.:t 30
IOOONat Bank ... 2SJ 600 Mont Tn.bOO.a 22^
4500 West End . . "99 1500 Sand Ex. b3O 11
200 West End.b9o.l 00 300 Jumbo Ei ... 15
2000 Bon Clare.. l 07% 500 N V Ton Con. 20
500 Bonnie Clare.l 05 100 Butte ••- 51
2000 Bullfrog -.....•- 90 500 Gold Mt ...... 14
3000 Kawich M Co 13 1200 Home Con ... 08
3000' Dlamondfleld. 50 ICO B G01df1e1d.... .'60
5:.22Ss :.22S Mont T0n.b00.3 15[
"v".' TONOPAH MINING EXCHANGE.
"" Following were the sales on the San Fran
dsco and Tonopah \ Minins Exchange yesterday:
.- -. j: ..-' \ 9 :30 a. m. Session. :
2500 Bullfrog * Mln. .86 500 Silver Peak ... 12
600 Con Va M Co.l 40 250 Ton Blmont.l 17%
- 200 Gold Anchor.. 02 450 Ton Ex ....5 37%
1600 Gold Mt Con. 15200 Ton Mdway.l 52%
\u25a0800 Mexican ...1 32% 500 Midway. slO.l 52%
1800 Mont Ton ...2 05 2000" N 1 Star. bls. .61
100 Ophlr . . . . . . .T 25 600 Union Con «
1600 Rescue ....... 08 200 Yellow Jacket. 21
700 Savage 64
- 11 a. m. Session.
800 Con Va M Co.l 401700 Red Top 41
300 Mexican ...1 27% 600 Savags •• 60
1000 Ohio. • 10.... 29 800 Ton N Stir... 62
400 Ophlr .......7 COIIOOO Ton N Star... «1
1000 Orig Bullfrog.. 23' 300 West End ...1 00
' 2 p. m. Session.
300 Con Va M Co.l 40 1500 Nat Bank .... 23
600 Eclipse ...... 34 2000 Ohio, b 15. ... SO
•1600 OMt Con.s3o. 14 200 Ophlr ........7 CO
1200 Jumbo M Co. 75- 400 Savage 69
500 M'Nmra, b 10 40 300 Ton Blmont.l 17%
• 100 Mexican . ..1 27% 600 N Star, a 80.. 60
1000 Mont T0n. .3 07% 200 Union C0n.... -43
100 Most Ton ...3 10 1500 West End ... 89
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
Comstocks.
Bid. Ask. I Bid. Ask.
Yon V M.l 37% 140 Ophlr . ...B 00 —
Exchequer ... 60 — Savage 58 —
Hale & Norc. —1 50 Silver Hill 90 —
Mexican 125 ICOJ Union C0n.... 43 —
Tonopah District.
Belmont ...1 17% 1 20|Mlzpah Ex ... — 15
California ... 19 — Mont Ton ....3 05 310
Cash Boy ... 16 ISiN V Ton Con. 20 21
Gold Anchor.. 92 — North Star 59 62
Great Westrn 02% — Ohio • : .27 31
H0me........ 04 05 Paymaster ... — 04
Home Con ,„ 07 08 Rescue ...:... 07% 10
Ind .Tonopah.. 01% 02 S Nev Dev... — 15
Jim Butler .. — 80 Ton Exten ...5 25 —
Lucky Tom... — 17 Ton of Nev.l3 00 14 50
MacNamara.. 37 40 United Ton .. 09
Midway ...l 47% I.so|west End ... — 1 05
Goldfleld District. V
Adama ...... 07 10|Jumbo Ex ... 18" 20
Black Butte.. 32^Kendall ...... —1.18
Blk Butte Ex — CS-.Lona Star ... — 15
Black Rock.. — 04 1 May Queen .. 17 20
Blue Bell * ... — 06 Mohawk ..... — 20
Blue Bull "... — 20 Nev Goldfleld. 18 ' —
Brooklyn .... 02 05 Oro — 04
Columbia ML 19 —Pa Goldfleld.. — 01
Diamond .... 08 — Red Lion .... — ©6
Diamondfleld. — 50 Red Top 40 42
Dixie" ......16 17 Red Top Ex.. 02 ;•—
Frisco — 20 St Ives ...... 20. 38
Gldfld G Dust 08 — Sandstorm .... — 70
GldfldL Star. — 08 Sandstorm Ex. "09 "—
Goldfleld Nev. — 60 Silver Pick ..09 12
.Jumbo M Co. 72 — Simmerone ... 20 SO
Bullfrog District. ;
Amargoaa ... — 20; Li ge Harris... — 04
Beatty Blfrg. 111 Mont Bullfrog. 08 10
Bullfrog An*. \u25a0\u25a0— 071 Orig Bullfrog. 28 :30
BullfrogßelU.OS 10 Shoshone 10 —
Bullfrog Mln..~— l CO Vista Grande.. — 12
Bullfrg NBK 27 28 Wolverine .... — 11
Eclipse ...... 29 —|
Other Districts. •
Brown '. Hope.. 16 171 Ray & O'Brien 05% 08
Esperanza ... 00% 01 Roth well 25
Free Gold ..\ — .15 Silver Peak ..-' — -21
Gold Mt Con. — 02 Ton Berkeley.. _ -15
Kawich Gold.. — 10 Ton Gold Mt. 18 15
Plne:Grove'.. 20 25 -
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
MONDAY. JULY 17.
City and County of San Francisco to Katie
and Frances J. McKeadney. lot on 8 line of
Oak street. "137:6 W'of Gough. W 23 by' S
120; | '.'\u25a0-' .
-- Same ; to : Matthew Smith, lot on S line of
McAllister street. 125 E of Octavla. E . 23 . by
S ; IST >D I % \u0084 * * jj- . .. -
: Georgiana L. Schell (by Joseph F. Bluxome.
commissioner) to I Sarah B. Dunn, lot on NE
JSS 1 "^ '\u25a0?, - Broadw &y and Octavla streets N
125. E 112:6. 6 25,- W 67:6. S 100, W 45; $350.
City and County of San Francisco to James
Allen . lot on W line of Buchanan street.
56:6 Sof Turk. S2sby W 91:10; $ .
Estate of Theodore L. Schell (by Georgiana
L. Schell. trustee), to Joseph B. Keenan. lot
ou W. line of Webster street, 78 N of Sacra
mento. N 25 by W- 95:6; $1.
M. and E. B. A. McCann to same lot on
W Une of Webster street. 73 N of Sacramento
N l.by W 90:6; $10. '.
Georgiana L. Schell and as ~ executrix »f
estate of Theodore . L. . Schell to same, lot on
W line of Webster street. 78 N of Sacramento
N 25 by W 90:8; $4300. caw "
: Frederick A. and Georgiana L. Schell (by
Ira C. Jenks, commissioner) to Savings Bank
of Santa Rosa, same; $500.'
. Savings Bank of Santa Rosa to Joseph- B.
Keenan, same.- quitclaim deed ; $— — .
/ Sarah B. \u25a0 Dunn to same, lot on W line of
Webster street, -78 N of Sacramento. N 25
by W- 90:6; $ia " >
• City and County of San Francisco to" Mary
A., and Benjamin F. McKlnley, lot on"SE
corner of O'Farrell and Pierce streets.. S ,87:6
byE3o;'s- .
-\u25a0 Emma G. .• Butler and as trustee estate ot
Horatio -S. Gates to Ferdinand jE. \u25a0 Hesthai.
lot on • SB corner of . Sutter and Pierce streets.
E 144:3 by S 137:6; $10. ..
Bernard \u25a0•: J. .' and ; Ellen E. •-- Bettencourt' to
William M. > and Bessie Staib, lot on E Une
of De Long ••\u25a0 street. 175 - S of Waller. S• 23
byE 80;$10. -
Daniel - Einstein to Gustav Wolf, lot on B
line of Wlllard r street. 25 S of McAllister,
S 25 by E 95; $10. .
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Peter McHugh •to Mary 'E. McHugh. lot on
N Jine of Washington street. "- 211 : 9 W oZ
jCnerry.W 60 by NE 128:11: also lot on W
llne'of Twentieth avenue. 300 Nof Clement
street.: W- 120 by. N. 23;. also lot on E line of
Nineteenth ,: avenue, 214:4 S. of Lake street,
N 39:4, E 120,, S 46:1, NWI2O:7H: also lot
on N line. of B. street. 82:6 E of - Seventeenth
avenue. \u25a0E• 25 by ; N 100; - also \u25a0 lot \u25a0 on * N Une
of Clay street,: 100 W of Cherrr. W 3S:10»4,
N 12V' W 60. N 78.V SE 190, S o.s*i. W
100 \u25a0< S 175: ' also \u25a0 lot on S line of Washington
street. * 155:7% W of -Cherry. W . 66:0%.- 8
48:6 E;65. N "57:7%; also lot on E- line .of
First avenue, \u25a0 332:7- N of Point Lobos avenue,
N 108 by E 120; gift. -.. -*£Q$XS&amM
- Pacific . Improvement Company to Thomas J.
and 'Anna ; D. Curry.' lot on 8 11ns of .'Carl
street. 225 W of Clayton. W 25 by S 137:6; $10.
- James - and Annie • McMenotny to - Chrtstoph
Jung lot on " SW comer •of . Seventeenth and
Capp" streets^ W 32:6 by S 110; $10.
\u25a0 City and County of San Francisco to Emelle
C. Anderson (wife of Carl .V.). lot on NW cor
ner of Sixteenth and Sharon streets. W 80 by
N 109:7%; $ ':\u25a0'-.
x Russell M. and Harriet -.Wllcox to John and
Annie Glenn, lot on W Une of Noe street, 230
Nof Seventeenth. N2sby W 105; $10.- \u25a0-
.\u25a0Annie Casey or Annie Sopnla or Annie Snow
; to William G. and Margaret A. Kaiser. . lot on
• W Une of Fair Oaks street. ZISS of Twenty
third; S3lby W 117:6; $10. -,J
Lottie A.' Ohaffer to Lincoln O. Fairbanks,
lot on N line of Day street. ISO W of Sanchez.
W2sby N 114 ; $10. -'-,. ggj iisTi Mllti'fipHßll'Wl,'|li|ii '
" '\u25a0 Bernard ' : Kramer to . Magdalena Kramer, lot
on S Une of Twenty- third street. 125 ,W of Noe.
W 23 by S 114: gift. . .-.•*'-•
V" Congregation i Shaari ' Zedeck to \u25a0 Margaret E.
Lees ' lot on NE corner of California and Stock
ton streets. N 45 by E 68:9; $15,000. -
Charlotte .Williams (wife of John L.) to Ple
tro Castagnetto.'; lot on ] SE ; corner of Lombard
street ; and ' Greenwich alley. E 30:0 ft by. S
111:3; $10/=^KqaNtP*HMS*M | BP kl *sflMß|
Margaret : Halltr . to Starr - Estate Company,
lot on E line of Taylor street. 62:6 S of Ellis.
S 23 by E 87:6: $10. *\u25a0 \
- James : and r ; Margaret - Qulnne t» Ellen H.
Spanton .(wife of Jamec). lot on NE line of Zoe
street. ,157:6 SE of Bryant. SE 40 by NE W;
$10. ' jjBi^OTTOWBM<M><Ms<KBaBMB
- Improved -Real • Estate Company to Joslah
R.'Howeir (executor estate , John \u25a0 ON. - Rels).
lot 'on E corner Fourthana' Welsh streets.' SE
53:by^NE'8O: $10."-f - ' \u25a0
Magdalena Van Winkle to James L. and Wil
liam H. Fear, lot on NW Une. of Folsom street,
100 NE of Eighth.", NE 50 by NW.. 85; : $10. -
\u25a0" Union - Trust > Company, to . Fortuna ' Rufflno,
lot on ;W- Une lof Twenty-seventh avenue. 250
S of Lake street. 5.25 by^W 120;: $10.' *
•'Frank I. Meyers to Alexander, S. Armstrong,
lot on E line of Thirty-sixth avenue, 240 N of
C street."; N< 120 by. E- 120; $10.7 . ; iV*m&Mfgi
Sttte ;of i California ' (by - Tax Collector) to
William * Meniel. ? lot -• on S>v corner of ; Forty
fourth avenue ' and \u25a0> I : street, . W 60 by S 100;
$15.V : \u25a0\u25a0":.'"•\u25a0-" -•'-.\u25a0<\u25a0\u25a0' r •'\u25a0\u25a0 .. - ' '-\u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0-•..\u25a0
"\u25a0Mary-J..Church-to Mabel Church, lots 1134
to 1143,' i 1260 , to 1 1263.* girt map 2; also : lot on .
W line. of Eighth avenue. 125 S of. N. street. S
60-byiWUOO;-slo.T \u25a0"*\u25a0;,= \u25a0\u25a0: vi- ;
. Julius C. . Rels to Marie Barrett, lot 4. block
4; Rels 4 Tract; 'grant.; \u25a0-. -• .
: Henrietta '\u25a0 to s George ;F. Volght, lot
31«. glff.map l:*glft. •;> &-l~t-" "\u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0
\u25a0\u25a0'.*. Stat^ -of v California: fby Tax \u25a0 Collector) •to
Frederick L? Seybolt. lot 9. block R. Park Lane
Tract^No.T6;isBO.^.-- "•" J .r:.<-' v- ..:; .\u25a0*,,' .-'
V* Julius. C.t ßels ? to .William L. Moore.. lots .4l
and 42.) b10ck 24.1Reis;TVact: grant, v
\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 William and 'Alice Ml" Lingard to Eugene
and . Josephine Perret. v j lot on ?NB Une •of • Bow
doln • «treet.~s 100 f SB.- of ' Dwlght. ?NE » 120 ~X>y
SB 100."; lot 7.'b10ck45.-iUnlverslty Mound; $10.
m Cahterine | Caulfleld s to r Alfred I D.> Bowen; j lot
on -N W ~ corner of j Stanley and Arch streets.
W 75 by N 100. lots 1 to 3. City Land Asso
ciation: $10.
Joseph de Forest to John E. Beck lots la ,
to 13. block 15. Flint Tract Homestead; $10. J«
Mary " J. : Church to Mabel Church, lot com-^
menclng at stake marked S. F. T. L. 69. la
eection 22. SE lSi^.toNW, corner of Gardner
Tract SW 999. NAY «.!. NW 03. SW 92.7
NW. 52.5. SW 51 -SW 113.5. NE 1C67. SE
109-5 NE 278 tontainins 11-02 acres; $io
Edward D. Swift to- Maud E. VavaLer. - lot
onS line -of West Park. 4CO W of Mission
street. S 100, NE to \% ca t Park. E «:4. lot 3
1 and 2. block D. French & Gllroan Tract; $10.
Sarah A. Nagel to Cecelia Smart Sot on NW
line of San Jose avenue,^67o NE of Jarnac
street SE SO-NW ISS. SW 50:7%. SE 174:7.
• lot 6. block 1. Belle Roche City : $10.
, CeceUa Smart to Charlotte Christensen. lot
onNW line of San. Jose avenue. 670 ne o ;
Jarnac street. NE 40. NW 132.335. £W 40.725.
SE 159.57 lot «. block-1. Belle Roche City; $i»
v Erich C Christensen ' to same, same; gift.
Edward H. and Odeile G. Mitchell to H. a
-and Theresa E- Murray, lot on NE lir.e of
Mateo street. 73 SE of Arlington SE 2i;ii> by
NE 91 block 10. Fairmcunt; $10.
Marguerite E. Waldron to Alice Merti, lot
en S line of Minerva street. 13U E of Capitol.
E 25. by S 125. block P. Railroad Homestead
Association; $10.
Alameda County.
SATURDAY. July 13.
- Julia P. A. Prather (wife of Thomas) to
John G. Stubbs. lot at intersection of NY,' n a «
of Palm and \V line of Euclid avenues, thence
SW 145.70. thence leaving NW line of p a im
avenue NW 90.38. NE 14t> to W line of Euclid
avenue. SE 50 to beginning, lot 27. block 4.
subdivision 1, Adams Point property. Oakland;
$10. -. '. ,
Eva Mayer (administratrix estate of Lena
WeiU) 4Mayer) (alias) to Meyer H. Levy, all
Interest In lot -on SW corner of Sixth street
and Broadway. W 73 by S 60, lots 15 and 10.
block 64, Kellersberger'a map. Oakland; 514,
400. : \u0084- , • . \u25a0- -\u0084
Berry-Bangs Land Company to J. C. Baker,
lot on S Una of Stuart street. 140 W, of Re
gent.. W. 40 by S 133. lot ». block F, Berry«v_
Bangs Tract, map No. 2. etc., Berkeley; $10.
C. C. and Lyla J. Young to H. J. Chlnn. lot ';
84. block C. Hopkins Terrace. . map No. 3.
Berkeley: $10. " " \u25a0 ~" "
Annie C. Griffin (Monroe) to NalU* F. Ham
ilton (wife of James), lot on S lln« of Webster
street. 120 W of HlUegass avenua, E 120 to w
line of HlUegass avenue, a 80. W 70. S 20w
W 60, N ICO to beginning. lots SI and 32 and
portion lot 80, block C, map 2. Baseman Tract,
Berkeley: $10.
_ MONDAY, JUL.Y IT.
Annie McGowan (widow) to Vlctortno and
Maria Fernandes. lot on • W lln» of Chest**
street. 75 N of West Third, N 23 by W 73,
being N 25 feet of lots 1, 2 and 3, block F,
Bay View Homestead and adjacent property
north. Oakland: $10t -.
Edward N and Edna B. Prouty to France*
B. Allan. lot 3. block 5. amended map of por
tion of - La. Loma Park and Wheeler Tract,
Berkeley; $10. .
Mary B. Bitter (wife of William E.) to
George F. Whltworth. lot on S lln© of Durant
avenue, 155 W of Telegraph avenue (Cheat*
street). W 95 by S ISO. lot 33 and W 43 feet
of lot' S3. block 'X map of subdivision of block
2, Beaver Tract. Berkeley; $10.
P. R. and Co« EL McCabe to H. J. Squires,
lot on W Una of Shattuck avenue. 310 S ot
Eunice street. S 60 by W 135. part lota 5 and
8. block 13. Berkeley VlUa Association. Berke
ley; : JlO.
,Ada M. and Ira A. Aymar to Albert Kay
'ser.lot on SW corner of Chicago and Boston
s venues, W 100.23 by S 78. • lota 17. 13 and
part of lot 19. block C subdivision of block G
of revised map of Prospect HIU Tract. Brook
lyn Township; $10. \u25a0 •• . ,
Same to Rosa Reynolds (wifs of Charles)
lot on "W line of Boston avenue, 76 S of Chi
cago . avenue, S- 59 -by W 100.23, lot 2O and
part of lot 10, / block C. sama map. also part
of lot 1. block "A, Champion Tract. Brooklyn
Township; $10. .
Edward and % Annie Cavanagh to Edward
Laperle. lot on N line of Vernon avenue,
now Fifty-first street. 104.13 E.of Telegraph
avenue. N 90 by E 40. portion lot 4. block .
A. map Humboldt. Park, Oakland; $10.
James E. and Mary E. McCabe to Joseph -
C. and Sarah J. Ingraham. lot -on W Una
of Hellen or Horton - street. 60 S of A or
Thirty-second. S 23 by W, 100. block N, land*
of Peralta Homestead Association. Oakland;
$10.
Martin B. Smith to Mary J. Smith, lot on
E line of Chester street. 503:6 N of »West
Eighth. N 46: ft by E 125, map subdivisions
property of John Ziegenbeln. surveyed August.
IS7O. Oakland; $10.
James M. and Freda. Shanly to Edward F.
Mulvihill. lofon S Una of Mead avenue. 300
-W of San- Pablo avenue, W 23 by S 123.70.
lot 53 map Mead Park. Oakland; $10.
Aurora or Aurora S. Rittig to J. U Arnett.
lot on SW comer of East Twenty-first street
and Twentieth avenue. W 100 by S 2S, lot
10. block 53. map portion block 53. San An
tonio. East Oakland; $10.
Alice M. and WUllam Tj Lingard to Georsa
S Wood lot on W line of Walnut street.
18S N of' Rose N 52 by W 142 being all of
N 62 feet of lot 8, block 21. property Berke
ley Villa Association. Berkeley: $10. ,
. Frank T. and Addi* McHenry . ta George G. .
Winchester lot on E line of Carmel avenue. - •
210 N of Oakland avenue. N 60 by E 152:13.
being. S 20 feet, of lot 17 and \u25a0 N 40- feet of „
lot 16, • block I. Central Piedmont Tract. Oak
land Township; $10. . - -» r^..".: \u25a0 -_ • \u25a0 \u25a0
Fannie- M. Reed . (single) to William VT. , .
Morison. NW 42 feet- of lot 13, block B*.
Peralta Heights. East Oakland: $10.
Berry-Bangs Land Company to Thomas L.
Vance lots 19 and 20. btock l». Berry-Bans«
Tract." map 2. etc. Berkeley; $10.
Mutual Savings Bank to Augusta Schacht,
lot on W corner of Encinal avenue (Monroe)
and Court street. SW 160 by NW 58:»Vi. por
tion SE half block 74. Alameda ; $10. •
Karl H. and Ruth B. Nickel to Edward J. -
H. and Helen Druhe, lot 20. block G," map 2,
Linda Vista Terrace, Oakland: $10.
John B Boyce (widower) to Marcaret A.
Lamburt "(widow), lot on W line of Pearl
street. 150.72 S of Ruby. W 99.28 to dividing
line between American Investment Tract No. -
1 and Cogswell Tract. S 35. E 93.5S to W Una
of Pearl : street. N to beginning." lot 52 and N
10 feet of lot 51, American Investment Union-
Tract No.' 1. Oakland: $10v ' ~^
Mary Schroeder . (single). Annie and C. H. "
Backe (husband) to William and Minnie Wil
liams., lot on ' NE corner of Eleventh (Lincoln)
and Campbell streets, N# 26 by E 100. lot- 17.
map of block 713.: Oakland; $10.
'William ' P. and Ella F. Plummer to O.
Christoffersen (single) lot 3. block F. . Peralta '
Heights, • Eaut Oakland: $10. ' - - . rz
Margaret H. and William N. Greer to James
M. Allen, lot 6. block D. Latham Terrace (XW
comer of Twenty-sixth avenue and Twenty
third street). Brooklyn Township; $10.
\u25a0 Joseph T. and Paulena Hlnch t* William R.
Condon, lot on N line of Essex street. 390 VT
of Shattuck avenue. W 5O by N 6O; block Xi
map A. portion of Newbury Tract In Plat 61,
Peralta Rancho, Brooklyn Township: $10. . ...
Loretta C. Brakenrtdge -to Henry H. 1 ' Por
ter, lot on W Une of Louisa street.- W S of
Rose. W 95 by S 40, portion "of 100 1 and 4,
block 4. Graves & Taylor Tract. Berkeley; $10.
Joseph V. Kenney (widower) to Paul Balitz,
lot on S Una i>f Merrlmac street,. 205.22 E.of
Grove. E 23.77 to an angle therein. ' thenc*
stUI following \u25a0 said Une . of Merrlmac stre«t
16.23, SW 69.68 to N Une of Knox Park. W:
33.1. N 68.70 to beginning, lot 27. Austin Park.
Oakland: $10.
i Calvin A. Shaw (singlet to Mary J. Rosen
berg, lot beginning on projection SB In . a
straight line of NE line- of East Fifteenth
(Madison) street, map of San Antonio at point
distant 223:4 NW from NW. Un» of Tweaty
thlrd avenue as described In deed to Clt^'-'of
Oakland February 26, 1880, 227 D. 439, JTW"
30 by NE 125. East Oakland: $10.
Martha M. and William G. Elder toFlorene*
Atly. lot on N line of Athol avenue, 384:6 W
of Newton . avenue, W 60 to W boundary- of
lot 7.N 130 to N boundary, of lot 7." E 44:6;.
S 128 to beginning, being westerly portion of
lot 7. block D. Peralta Heights. East Oakland;
«10. , \u25a0 . ' '• " - - \u25a0 '
Elmlra L. Thompson (widow of Frank B.) to ;
Marietta B. Dunning (wife of John W.>, lot on
N line of Carlton street. 183.06 W of . Orov^.
W4O by N;i29.40. : being W 20 feet lot 15 and
E 20 feet lot 16. block G. Crystal Springs Tract,
Berkeley; $10.
Same to same. E 5 feet lot 4. block G, saa»
map Berkeley: $10. HW>HHHbIH|
Neal J. •. and Jos^phtno McG. - McKeon to
Mlctael , and Mary Corbett. lot on E line of
Spaulding avenu*. 339.52 S of Addlson street.
S 173 by E 1£9.25,' lots 14. 13 and portion lot
11. block 1. property location Spaulding Tract.
Berkeley: $10. - "'
George S. and Frances M. Wood to William
T. Llnsrard. \u25a0 lot on « S Una of Addison (Third)
street. 60 W of Acton (Second) avenue, W 121:8
by S 113:6.- portion lot 1, block 2. Stats llniv«r-,;
slty HomesteaA. Association. Berkeley; $10. ,
- Mary A. Klnsell (widow) -to J. A. Dennis.' *;
lot 16. ' block J, map resubdivislon Kinsell
Tract.-' Elmhurst. Brooklyn Township f grant.
The Bruglere ComDany (a corporation) to O
car'L. Zels, lot on NE corner of Putnam street
and Llese avenue, thence NE 42 :S by.SE 123.
lot \u25a012 and • portion lot \u25a011 .^ map subdivision
blocks 17 and 21. etc.. of Bather Tract. Frult
vale s Brooklyn Township: $10. \u25a0' \u25a0 . i ,-.- ,"..
F. : S. or Frank S. and Mary Cathrlne or Mary •
Catherine . Langdon to Flora I. Taylor (wife of
George), undivided fourth ot lot 5. « block C. '.
King Tract, on Fruifale avenue. Brooklyn
Township: Rift. \-j£KHN(MMB>IMMnWI*tf)S
Clara Mlnturn . to- *lary Baroteau (her
mothert.Mots-t.to.-7. lots 2-1 to 3ft, s half lots
8 and 23. block 38, map town Encinal surveyed
by Hlgley. • Alameda ; al»t> tots 8 and 12. block
83. map Encinal station ot Columbus Bartlett. -
Alameda: gift. ••\u25a0..•\u25a0' — ,
Georpa . W. HaU sto James E.. Martou. An
nette. Emma E. and George Hall (equal
shares), all Interest In* lot beginning at point
on "Intersection of line dividing Foley 140.70
acre tradt -from Hays. Caperton and • McMurtry
140.70-acre tract- and in parallel with and 2V
feet jto' S ' from \u25a0 center of San Francisco and
Alameda 1 Railroad track. , thence along dividing
Une " of aforesaid S 252 :3 to X line of Buena
v Vlsta- avenue. W.2C2. t0 intersection of afore
eald"line'parallel with and distant 25 to 9
from center Mine of railroad track -E to begin
ning, r Alameda :; gift. • .
WOMEN 'ACCUSED ' OF THEFT May
Johnson > was .booked* at 'the Y City Prison yes
terday' on . a. • charge of grand larceny. She
was arrested . by " Detective Fre« on complaint
of^A.^F. .Amierson. .12 .Steuarf street, who
charges her "with, taking Xl3- from his- pocket :
while , In a saloon on ,: Pacific street on - Sunday
night. ; CaroW. Butt, a guaat at the. Cosmo
politan. Hotel. reoorted.to.the police yesterday 1 *
that a woman he met In a saloon at 140 Fifth
street had : taken »100 . from his pockets early
yesterdays morning. " -

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