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OAKLAND ADVERT ? S ; M ; TS
"" d AICLAND REAL ESTATE— Conttnaed.
• f 20.000-A B ARG AIN:-1O flat* on s? rn^°^ 0
T-S3T -S3- all rented; income $2590: this pays _v
- . ncr cent ar.d mere on the $5000. which is all
: -he cash required to handle the property.
A. J. SNYDER. Real Estate Broker.
901 Broadway. . Oaklar.d. Cal.
- : OAKLAND BOPSKS TO IJETV ] v .
'I FOR GOOD
. TENANT.
Uovelv S-rocrn boose; stable; large yard,
trbnt and back: handy to local and main car
line- nice locality: take Berkeley local and get
joff at Golden Gate station ana see ° wn «L»{
1079 COth st with whom you can make good
4CS 11th «£ Oakland.
-"J Phone Oaklpn<j 3t."2.
EEKINS VAX AND STORAGE CO.. Kfneral
movers— We have the best warehouse In th.
West (or.lv covered vans used). DON T
MISTAKE THE NUMBEH. 1016 Broadway.
Oakland: phone Oakland 907.
FOR rt^Eie^antly furnished house, 8^ rooms:
lawn and garden. 0.50 Sixth aye., Oakland.
Clinton station: $40.
MODERN 6-room house; fine piano, fruits,
flowers; lease; S4O. 410WalMvorth at.
QAKLAXD APARTMENT HOUSES.
Magill apt.-house. NW. cor. 13th & C* st ro- E.
P. Vanaeroook & Co.. 1016 Broadway. Oklnd.
OAKLAND HOTELS.
HOTEL ALBANY. NE. comer Broadway and
l«,th rt. F. A. WILDER, prop.. Oakland.
OAKLAND ROOMS TO LET.
BUNNY, qui«t, clean, furnished room. Apply
1003 6Sth ct.. Oakland.
oakla > w^^E^iJ^SJS^! o *^-^^:
SPECIAL today for bargains In furniture. H.
. 6chel!haas. 11th tt.. oor. store. Oakland.
Sail Francisco AdvertVnrts
: ' ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
BARTLETT, 447. ne-ir Twenty-sixth— House-
keeping rooms (2): private family.
CRYANT, 421 — Two or three sunny rooms,
r.icely furnished for housekeeping, with gas.
BUCHANAN. 1205— Corner flat; beautiful.
•unny. furnished housekeeping rooms to let.
BCEH. 831— Nicely furnished rooms; eunny;
convenient; running water; bath; private
house; location select.
CALIFORNIA. 3012 — Completely furnished
nice sunny rooms, single or en suite; terms
reasonable. ____________
CHURCH. SOS. cor 15th — 3 unfurnished, bay-
triniJcw' house-keeping rooms, carpets, gas
"range. \u25a0 '
EDI.IY. 333 — Nicely furnished front rooms; also
©therF; very convenient; hot and cold water;
reasonable.
F.DDY 763— Newly furnished, sunny rooms;
single or suites: bath; phcae; also housekeep-
' lhg .rooms ; rent very — 'monable.
POLPOM. C 47 — Two housekeeping rooms; com-
plete; bath.
FOURTEENTH. 154 — 1 or 2 rooms with kitch-
en attached; aleo 2 parlors with kitchen at-
tached to let; reasonable. ,
FRANKLIN. 14.")0, near gutter— Elegantly fur-
nished sunry corner; bath, phone, gas; single
or en suite. .
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 1206— Nice sunny parlor
\u25a0euites; use of piano; other rooms for house-
keeping. '\u25a0 '
HAItJKT. 716 — Nicely furnished rooms, com-
• - cie.te for housekeeping; all conveniences; rea-
• ecr.able rent.
...B/aWARD. 23S1 — Two large, front, furnished
•ro.-m:=. $*-.5O per week; 3 sunny front, $3.50; :
ecults. •--,".
HYDE, C'#— Nothing like it in city; large,
siinn'y- mctslve windows; gas stoves; big
'yarS: *13 to $22. See this place before you
' **"lect home.
\u25a0jEJtSET. a*l. between 24th and 25th. nr. Cas-
\u25a0 tro — one or 2 furnished or unfurnished
vor.nis for housekeeping; cae.
iF.-r'^lE. 323— Two rooms; furnished; house-
-. keeping; p.-»s rar.gf: sink; $3.75 week.
• JE.SSIE, 43^ — Newly furnished housekeeping
rooms for rent.
3JAKKET. 21' i'S — Two large front sunny rooms;
•'furnished compk-te. for housekeeping.
IicALLISTER. 405. corner Polk— Neatly fur-
nished sunny rooms, single or m suite, com-
' " plete for housekeeping: nice location.
OAK. 117, or 14 Page — Complete for house-
keeping; $5 to $12: hot bath: laundry; adults.
OAK, 125'j — 3 large sunny rooms, complete for
boawfceepiPC; wparate floor; yard; rent $15.
OAK. 52y — Three connecting rooms to rent;
suitable for light housekeeping.
O'FARRELL. 776—2 unfurnished. $20. and *J
\u25a0furnished rooms. S2O month, smnny. front.
PEARL. 3. cor. Market— *3 sunny -well fur-
nished housekeeping rooms; $1S: no children.
I PERRY. * 205. nr. 4th— Sunny, furnished two
suite housekeeping rooms; $9 to $10 month.
'TOST. 9C2 — Two large runny front rooms; suit-
eble for 3 -persons; reasonable.
SIXTH. 421 — Big furnished room for 2; $1 each
per week; free coffee «-£ch morning.
ETEVENSON. 405, cor. sth. nr. Market — Com-
plete housekeeping roonis; running water;
rent cheap. :- x .
TAYLOR. 911 — One winnjr furn. housekeeping'
rm: gas range. $8: 1 suny rm., pas range, $7.
WEBSTER, 2927. nr. Union — 3 furnished rooms
End bath fcr housekeeping. $16.
* - APAHT3IE.VT lIUUSES.
O'FARRELL. 730 (The Loralne) — Room and
kitchen. $20 mo.; *-lee. light and hot water.
WHITEFIELD. 122S McAllister— Choice un-
fumUhed epartmente;. ccc them.
KOSSW'ELL Apartment*. 1560 Pine, near Hyde
2. 3 and 4 roomg. with bath: steam heat.
" ROOMS TO LET — Furn. and I'd furn.
A— ROYAL House. 120 Ellis, bet. Powell and
Mason; rooms 50c, $1.50 per day; week^.s2,
12.50. $3 to $8; hot, cold water; office and ele-
vator on ground floor; reading-room, parlor."
A— BRUNSWICK House. 14S Sixth st. — Room*
25c to $1 per night, $1.25 to $5 per week and
light housekeeping rooms; open all night.
A£H aye.. 237. near Van Ness — Newly fur-
nlghed front room.
EELMOND House, over Owl Drugstore; 2 en-
trances, 1128 Market and 21 Turk — Electric
lights, running water In every room; 200
. rooms; 25c to 50c per night, $1.25 to $4 week.
BUCHANAN. 1310— Comfortable furnished
rooms to let; rent very reasonable. .
BUSH, 1631 — Elegantly furnished roon— t; mod-
ern, sunny.
CALIFORNIA. 1413. near Polk— Nice sunny
furnished roomg to let.
DEVIEADERO, 3 ClO— Elegantly furnished rocm
In private family; quiet neighborhood; r<a-
sonable; good car seri'ice.
ELEVENTH. 21— Sunny furnished rooms to
let; no housekeeping.
ELLIS. 307— Nice front room for 2 gentlemen;
\u25a0with or without board.
FILLMOP.E. lOOlVi— Rooms to let; furnished;
reasonable.
FULTON. 4:JO— Nice furnished rooms to let
in private house.
GEARY, 037, rear Jones — Nicely furnlih«d
elnfrle and dmiblc rooms to let: rent reason-
able; walking distance.
GROVE. 202. cor. Van Ness aye— Nice front
— jnny room. ?12 n*r month. •'.. .
GROVE. 540 — Newly furnished room for one
or two g-cntleraen : phone and bath.
HAIGHT. T2j — Sunny rooms to let, furnished;
nice neighborhood.
HOTEL fcr. Kathryn. cor. ElMs and Leaven-
worth: in heart of city; 300 rooms; 100
baths; modt-rn in all details; $3 to $15 week-
with private bath. $1 day; tourists solicited.
\u25a0 JESSIE. 512 — Small sunny front room to rent;
$I.^o per week.
LARKIN. M7 J .£ — Sunny front room; rent rea-
Konsble; Investigate this.
(ETROPOLITAN Hotel. 129 Third St.— loo
f ingle and family rooms. 35c to $1.50 per
day; $2 to $S week; the only new and modern
l-.otel and rooming-house in San Francisco
that hss office on ground floor; hot and cold
•water, electric lights, call bells, steam heat
in every room, and gives free baths and ele-
vator day and night to its guests.
3ST. 1231 — Large nicely furnished corner
room, sunny bay-window; modern; light
housekeeping it desired.
HARRISON. 7S*% — Double room for 2 men.
V 2 per week; single. $1.25. •
POWELL. sC2— Large sunny rooms for $3 and
?2.f.<) each; home cooking; cne block from St.
\ - Francis. ' ! .' \u25a0
POWELL. 1220— Nice sunny front furnished
» routes; $1 week up; also housekeeping; quiet.
\u25a0* l \u25a0 ' \u25a0-. \u25a0 ' - ' * ' • -"\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0-"/-
nOOMS TO LET — Furn. nnd Unf urn.
SEVENTH aye.. 784— Nicely furnished room;
near Golden Gate Park: all-night- car eer--
•vice; rent reasonable. *\u25a0.'.'- •
SIXTH. 421 — Big furnished room for 2; $1 each
per week: free coffee each morning.
STEVENSON. G23, between Seventh and
Eighth— Nice furnished front room, lady or
gentleman. $8 month. i
SUTTER, 935 — Furnished rooms;- private fani-
THE Clarence. 653 Geary — Furnished rooms;
cingle and suites: rent reasonable. \u0084:'
UNITED STATES. 123 Eddy, near Market — 400
rooms, 35c to ?1 night, $1.75 to $8 week; elec-
tric lights (no gas), running water In every
room; elevator; read-room; free bus. baggage.
WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 3d st.. nr. Market—
Most convenient and respectable; 700 rooms
35c to $1.50 nightly. ?2 to $8 week; elevator;
e!ec. lights; reading-room; free bus, baggage.
A BRANCH office of The CalL for the recep-
tion of advertisements and subEcrlptlons ha*
been opened at 1003 Market St.. opposite .
Fifth. Open" until 11 p. m.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call Branch office, cor. Duncan & Church sts.
ROOMS AXD BOARD.
BRODERICK. 575, corner Grove^ — Nicely fur-
nlFhed tunny front rooms; water, electric
ll£hU, etc.; large grounds and lawn; excel-
lent table board. - :
O'FARRELL. 1880— Select boarders taken In
private family; rooms nicely furnished, with
all conveniences; bath, phone, etc.; rates
very reasonable.
SUTTER, 1544. corner Webster — Fine furnished
rooms in select private family;, use of piano
and parlor If desired; best of table board,
and rates reasonable.
VAN NESS Aye.. 1103 — Nlco sunny room with
excellent board; bath; phone; very reasonable
for two young ladles or couple. .
FRANKLIN. 1039— Elegant furnished single
and double rooms; excellent table; private
family; reasonable rates.
JONES, 1310 — Nice, well-furnished rooms in
choice location; splendid marine "view; ex-
cellent table board; reference*.
A — Johnston (The), 605 O'Farrell — Sunny suite,
with bath: home cooking: beautiful grounds.
ELLIS, 405 — Elegantly furnlehed room?, with
board: within walking distance of Market Et.
ELLIS, 790— Board and room in private fam-
ily: rate moderate; suitable and desirable.
FRANKLIN. 1105— Room and board in nice
part of city; good car service.
GOLDEN GATE avo., 457 — Elegantly furnished
rooms, with excellent board; reasonable.
JONES, 42S — Room and board In private fam-
ily; fine table; modern conveniences.
LEAVENWOBTH. 306— Nice room with good
board: rates reasonable.
LIBERTY. 30^ — Sunny double and sln'gle rooms;
hct and cold water; bath: excellent board.
MCALLISTER. 116S— Nicely furnished room
and board in private family; all conveniences.
MCALLISTER. 761— Furnished rooms and
board : within walking distance.
SACRAMENTO. 35S1— Nicely furnished room
and board in a select locality: reasonable.
WOULD like to have a few table boarders. 228
Thirteenth nt.
SA.V MATEO HOOMS A\D BOARD.
SUNNY rooms: modern conveniences; large
grounds: 2 blocks from station; rates $10 per
w<-ek. H. A. STAGG. 38 North C st. \
STORAGE AXD WAREHOUSES.
Anderson Transfer & Storage Co. — 6 rms. $2.50
in fireproof bldg. :moving.pack'g,shlpplng,etc.,
at lowest rates. 19 Turk. nr. Mkt. :ph. East 1129.
A— EMPORIUM Storage & Van Co.; furniture,
housrbold goods stored, moved, shipped. 720-
731 Howard St., nr. Third: phone Grant 161.
CONKLIN'S storage, furniture and merchan-
dise. 353 Golden Gate aye. Phone South 102.
PACIFIC Stcrape and Furniture Moving Com-
pany, 2520 Fillmore Ft.: phone West 2625.
PIERCE-RODCLPH 6torage and Moving Co.
Main office Eddy and Fillmore: tel. West S2B.
BEKIXS Van-and Storage Co.. 11 Montgomery
st.: tel. Main 1840. Shipping at cut rates.
SEWING MACHINES.
DOMESTIC — The machine for family use; best
is cheapest; second-hand all makes at any
price; all kinds rented lowest rates. Domestic
office. 1021 Market St., near Sixth.
ALL kinds second-hand, $3, $5. $8; slightly
used. $10. $15. $20. You know where dolls
ewing in the window. 1051 Market st.
ALL makes reduced, repairing, renting. Singer
W. & W. office. IS7 6th st. ; tel. Jessie 3796.
TYPEWRITERS A.XD SUPPLIES.
AN exceptionally good No. 2 Remington, No. 1
Smith Premier, $25; other typewriters, higher
and lower prices; rentals, $2.50. The Type-
writer Exchange, 538 California; tel.Main 2C6.
PARTLY used $100 typewriters, all makes,
from $20; guaranteed 1 year: rentals, 52.50
month. WALTER SCOTT. 207 Montgomery.
SUN visible typewriter No. 2, $40; No. 3, $75;a1l
makes rented. Pac.Typewrlter C 0. .117 Sutter.
TRUNKS.
TRUNKS retailed at wholesale prices; flrst-
claas repair.; reas. J. J. Murphy, 040 Mission.
VIAVI.
THE VIAVI oyEtem of treatment Is educational
as well as curative; hygiene free upon appli-
cation; health talks every Tueeday after-
noon at 3 o'clock. 2304 Van N'esa aye.
DELINQUENT NOTICES. ,
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
/Location and place, of business, City and
County of Ean Francisco. State of California.
NOTICE — There Js delinquent upon the fol-
lowing described stock on account of Assess-
ment No. 20.<-l«vled on the 20th day of Febru-
ary. 1906, the several amounts eet opposite tho
names of the respective shareholders, as fol-
lows :
NAMES OF
SHAREHOLDERS. Cert.No. Shares. Am'nt.
Althcf. Herman 288 2SO $500.00
Ames; Worthlngton 1124 60 100.00
Ameß. Worthlngton..... 1125 - 20 - 40.00
Ames. Worthlngton..... 1128 10 20.00
Ashman; John 1113 20. 40.00
Ashman, John 1121 75 150.00
Becker, B. A., Trustee,
Original Issue Stock,
Cert. 3143—100 shares.
• equal to 200 chares '
New Stock Iseue (not Issued) 200 400.00
Becker. B. A.. Trustee,
Original Issue Stock.
' Cert. 3144 — 100 chares.
equal to 200 shares .-
New Stock lesue (not issued) 200 400.00
Becker, B. A.,' Trustee,
Original Issue Stock.
Cert. 3146—100 share*.
equal to 200 shares ,
New Stock Issue (not issued) 200 400.00
Becker, B. A., Trustee,
Original Issue Stock,
I Cert. 3148—100 chares,
vequal to 200 shares
New Stock Iseue (not Issued) 200 400.00
Baur. A., Trustee 2*4 20 40.00
Baur. A.. Trustee 245 20 > 40.00
Baur. A., Trustee...... 240 20 40.00
Baur A., Trustee 247 10 20.00
Baur. A., Trustee 248 10 20.00
Baur. A., Trustee 249 10- 20.00
Baur. A.. Trustee. 250 30 20.00
Baur, A.. Trustee 251 10 20.00
Baur, A.. Truete«...... 252 10 20.00
Baur. A.. Trustee 253 10' 20. C0
Baur. A.. Trustee 254 10 20.00
Baur, A.. Trustee 255 10 20.01)
Baur. A.. Trustee 256 10 20.00
Baur, A.. Trustee 257 10 20.00
Baur. A.. Truste* 25U 10 20.00
Baur, A., Trustee 259 10 20.00
Baur. A.. Trustee \u25a0 200. 10 . 20.00
Baur. A., Trustee 2£J 40 "- 80.00
Baur. ,A., Trustee 264 40 80.00
Baur. 'A., Trustee 457 40 80.00
Baur. A.. Trustee 458 40 60.00
Berl. H. ....."; 563 10 20.00
BerJ. H CCB 25 60.00
Berl. H. : '....... BCO 40 80.C0
Berl. H 1073 10 20.00
Berl, H ...1103 * 10 20.00
Berl. H. 1123 20 40.00
Bolton, Robert C 1088 200 400.00
Bolton. Robert C 1687 100 200.00
Bolton. Robert C 10S3 200 400.00
Berger, Charles 1120 25 60.00
Boyd Charles T 604 . 30 60.00
Bowensmith. F. A 851 170 140.00
California Title . Insur- .
ance and Trust Com-
pany, Trustee for Es-
tate of W. H. Graves, • . . -
Original Isrue Stock.
' Cert. 3201— 25 eharei.'
equal to 50 chares
New Stock Issue (not Issued) 60 100.00
Commlns. Mao' \u25a0 2(38 / 10 20.00
Commln*. Mary......... Cl4 -j 10 20.00
Campbell. J. M... ..'..., 2SO .40 '80.00
Cruden. David 283 ! 60 100.00
Cruden. David 284 46 :* 82.00
Cruden. David.......... 538 20 40.00
Cruden. David 6&6 10 - 20.C0
Cruden. David........:. 605 *"'• 10 ' ' "• 20.00
California; Safe -.Deposit
and -Trust Company, V •
Trustee for "Ella 0. .-'.- • >
Mann ...... ............ 255 -- 10 20.00
Churchhfll. Mrs. M. Alice 684 ' 100 200.00
Churchhlll, Mr*. M. Alice 555 50 ICO. OO
Coffee, G. W....... ... . . 1001 ."60 ICO.OO
Dugan Chas. B., Trusteo. 14 10 20.00
Dugan, Chas. E..T.-u«teo 15 10 - 20.00
Dugan, Chas. E., Trustee .27 10 : ..,20.00
Dugan, Chas. X., trustee 28 10 '" '20.00
Dugan, Chas. E., Trueteo 29 10 20.00
THE; SAN FRANCISCO- CALL, WEDNESDAY,; IS; 7 1906'
DKLIX QUENT NOTICP» — Contlnned.
Dugan Chas. E., Trustee 30 10 20.00
Dugan, Chas. E.. Trusteo '31 10 20.00
Dugan. Chas. E.. Trustee 32 10 20.00
Dugan. Chas. E.. Trustee 800 100 200.00
Ducan, Chas. E.. Trustee SOl ICO -200.00
Dugan, Cbas E S9O 100 200.00
Drescher, P. C... 446 50 100.00
Drescher, P. C ..... *47 50 100.00
Drescher, P. C, 448 50 100.CO
Dreecher, P. C 449 .50 100.00
Durbrow, Elbridge, Trus-
tee... f.! 86760 100.00
Threnberg. M .163 20 ' 40.00
Falkenstein, Monroe H. 430 N2O 40.00
Gutschow, Frederick 2»8 V4O . 80_00
Gibson, W.D.K.. Trustee «90 75 15y.00
Gibson, W.D.K., Trustee 691 25 60.00
Gibson W.D.K., Trustee 743 10 20.00
Gibson, W.D.K.. Trustee 745 , 5;, 10.00
Gibson. W.D.K., Trustee 752 C 55 110.00
Gibson, W.D.K., Trusteo 754 . 5 10.00
Gibson, W.D.K. Trustee 755 5 10.00
Gibson, W.D.K.,' Trustee 757 25 60. 00
Gibson, W.D.K., Trusteo ,759 10 20.00
Gibson, W.D.K.. Trustee 7»iS 40 80.00
Gibson. W.D.K., Trustee 770 "60 100.00
Gibson. W.D.K. Trustee 771 60 ICO. OO
Garthwaite. J. W ..' 982 100 200.00
Goldsack. Emily S 1131 10 v 20.C0
Hecht Bros. & Co 335 .20 40.00
Hecht Bros & Co 336 ?20? 20 40.00
Hoffschneider, Wm. H.. 784 40 80.00
Hellbronner A 1117 ,10 20.00
Howard. Z. V.. Trustee. i)« 0 60 100.00
Howard, Z. V.. Trustee. 961 20 . 40.00
Hanks, M. W 1138 50 300.00
Hanks. M. W 1139 CO 100.00
Inke.-sley, Arthur....... 180 CO \ 120.00
Isson, Alfred ...1078 10 20\00
Isson. Alfred 1077 10 20.00
Joseph. Albert. 1028 „ 100 200.00
Jceeph, Albert ;.. 1027 • 100 200.00
Joseph, Albert. 1028 100 200.00
Joseph, Albert. 1029 100 200-00
Johnson, Albert M \u0084 1129 35 70.00
Kahn, A '. 134 .40- SO. OO
Kahn. A 593 5 10.00
Knight, Fred S.. Trustee 1005 100 \ 200.00
Le Gonidec, Frances M. 12 20 40.C0
Leon. S. R.... 294 10 20.00
Leon. 9. R 295 10 20. 00
Leon. S. R 298 10 20.00
Little. Joseph M 95:; B0 100.00
Leavy. Charles M. 1055 100 200.00
Leavy. Charles M...... 1056 80 100.00
Leavy. Charles M...... 1057 50 100.00
Lllllck. lra S 1002- 25 \u008460.00
Llllick. Ira S 1093 25 '60.00
Lyons. James H 1094 100 200.00
Lowenberg, George 1000 50 100. 00
Lowenberg, George 1107 10 20.00
Manheim, Dibbern & Co. 305. 50 100.00
Manhelm, Dibbern & Co. 806 60 100.00
Manhfeim, Dibbern & Co. 312 CO 100.00
Manhelm, DJbbern & Co. 774 17 34.00
• Manhelm, Dibbern & Co.,
Trustees 299 1.12 2ei.00
Mebius, Ludwig.. 450 , 50 100.00
Mebius, Ludwig 461 60 . 100.00
Mebius. Ludwlg 452 60 100.00
Mebius. Ludwlg 453 50 100.00
Myrlck. Charles M 452 10 20.00
Meyer. A. L 1082 2<X> 400.00
Michel. J 528 .100 200.00
Mitchell, William G.... 1065 60 100. CO
McCarthy, E. A 206 50 100.00
McCarthy, E. A 267 50 100. CO
McMullln. M. A... 409 . 60 100. 00
McMahon. J0hn........ 611 50 100.00
McChesney, Alice 1010 115 230.00
Ormsby, J. J 824 60 100.00
Perry. John Jr 1136 100 200.00
Rolph, James, Trustee. .. 381 100 200.00
Rolph James. Trustee. 384 100 200. 00
Rose, Mary Holt 407 20 40.00
Rose, Mary Holt 408 20 40.00
Rostfin. L. A C 77 10 20.00
Smith. J. George. Orlgi-
1 nal Issue Stock. Cert.
3877 — 5 shares, equal
to 10 Shares New . .
Stock Issue (not Issued) ... 10 . 20. C0
Smith, J. George. Origi-
nal Issue Stock, Cert.
3878 — 5 shares, equal
to 10 Shares New
Stock Issue (not issued) ... 10 20.00
Smith, Walter X 194 40 80.00
Sammf John H 580 2 4.00
Stombs. William H.... 1023 30 CO. OO
Sutro & Co 105S '20 40.00
Sutro & Co 1062 10 20.00
Sutro & Co aOO3 10 20.00
Thomae, H. W., Trustee 1 60 100.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 2 60 100.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee- 3 20 40.00
Thorras, H. W., Trusteo 45 100 200.00
Thomas, H W., Trustee 46 ICO 200.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 50 100 200.00
Thomas, H. W. Trustee 53 50 100.00
Thomas. H. W.J Trustee 54 60 100.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 55 60 100.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 66 60 100.00
Thomae, H. W.. Trustee 57 .60 .100.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 60 CO 100.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 61 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 62 25 50.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 64 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W. Trustee G5 25 60.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 60 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee 07 25 60.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 63 25 50.00
Thoma*. H. W., Trusteo 73 25 60.00
; Thomae. H. W., Trustee 75 25 60.00
Thomas.. H. W., Trustee 92 10 20.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 103 20 . .40.00
Thomas H. W., Trustee 133 - 50 100. CO
Thomas. H. IV.-. Trustee 135 100 200. C0
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee 130 100 200.00
Thomas. H. W\. Trustee 140 26- 60.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 141 W . .20. C0
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee 142 5 10. CO
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 209 \2O 40.00
Thomas, H. W. Trustee 216 10 20.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 271 30 CO. OO
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 272 20 . 40.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 273 10 20.00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 274 10 20.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trusteo 291 20 40.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee- 483 20 40.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 455 10 ' 20. C0
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 527 100 200.00
Thomae, H. W.. Trusteo 538 100 '200.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trusteo 539 100 200.00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 544 60 120.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 547 60 100.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trusteo 548 50 100.00
Thomas. H W., Trustee 619 60 10O.CO
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 551 60 300.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 55S 10 20.00
Thomas, H. W. Trueteo 573 10 20.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 575 JO 20.00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo CS2 10 20.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 692 20 40.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 601 30 60.00
Thomas, H.- W., Trustee 602 10 i 20.00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 003 10 ,20.00
Thomas, H. W. Trustee 627 30 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 630 20 ' 40.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 631 10 20.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trusteo C 33 * 20 \u25a0 40.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trusteo 634 20 - 40.00
Thomae, H. W., Trusteo 635 100 . 2C0.C0
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 638 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 639 25 50.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trusteo 640 25 50.00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 641 25 50.00
"Wiomas, H. W.. Trustee 642 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 643 . 25 \u25a0 -60. C0
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 641 "25 • 50.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 645 . 25 60.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 646 25 50.00
Thomaa, H.#W., Trustee 647 .25 . 60.00
Thomas; H. W.. Trusteo 648 ,25 50,00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 649 '-25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 050 25 60.'00
Thomas, H. W., Trueteo (J5l 25 50.00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 652 25 4 50.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 653 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo e54 25 50.00
Thomas. H.-W. Trustee 059 - 28 50.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee 858 25 60.00
Thomae. H. W.. Trustee C">7 25 60;(>0
Thomas. H. XV., Trusteo <iSS 25 r 50.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee 65'J 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee GOO 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 661 '.'5 50.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 072 25 50.00
Thcnias, H. W.. Trustee 777 100 200.C0
Thomas, H. XV., Trustee 779- 50 100.00
Thomas, H. W. Trustee 780 10 20 t OO
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 781 1 2.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 785 100 200.C0
Thomas. H. W.. Trusteo 759 40 • 80-Oy
Thomas. H. XV., Trustee 701 60 100.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 802 6 10.00
Thomas, H.'W.. Trustee 804 20 - 40:00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee SOS 50 .300.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee . 806 25 ' 60;00
Thomas, H.-W., Tyustee 8071. 25 50.00
Thomaf, H. XV., Trustee 809 50 100.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo Sl2" 15 30.00
Thomas H. W., Trusteo 817 25 50.00
Thoma?. H. W., Trusteo 822 10 20.00
Thomas, H.W... Trusteo 823 10 20. C0
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 827 10 20.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 828 20 40.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trusteo 8"0 5 10.00
Thomas, H. W... Trueteo ail 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trusteo 833' 10 20:00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 834 «'.', 10 2*. 00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo- 839. 10 20.00
Thcmas. H. W.. Trustee 837 10 .20.00
Thomas. H.'W.. Trusteo 839 15 30.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 840 10 20.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 841 25 '50.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 847 10 " 20.00
Thomas H. W., Trusteo 849 10 20.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 852 20 40.00
Thomaa, H. W., Trustee 855 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 856 , - 1!5 \u25a0i ' \u25a0 60.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 857 *. .25 "60;00
Thomas, H.'W.. Trusteo 860 10 . 20.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 863 60 100.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee . 863 20 40.00
Thomas. H. XV.. Trustee 871 100 200. (i0
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee 596 10 20.00
Thomas H. XV., Trustee 898 20 40.00
Thomas, H.'W.. Trusteo 899 60 ', 100.00
Thomas. H. XV., Trustee 900 10 20;00
Thomas, H. W.,- Trustee 904 20 ' 40.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 913 25 60.00
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 924,' 20 40.00
Thomas. H. W., Trustee 1)29' 25 60.00
Thomas. H. W.. Trusteo 939 25 60.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 954 , alO •' 20.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee X 955 50.' 100.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trustee 958 40 80.00
Thomas. H. XV., Trustee , 657 15 30:00
Thomas, H. W.. Trusteo 959 5 ' 10.00
Thomas,! H.W., Trustee' 963 SO 60.00
Thomas, .H.-W., Trustee 964 :'; v.lOOv .100 ; 200.00
Thomas, H. . W., Trusteo < 965 - . 100 : 200.€0
Thomaa. H. W.. Trustee 966 50 -100.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 967 60 100.00
Thomas, H.W., Trusteo 973 '60 lOV.OO
Thomas. H.W., Trustee 975 15 30.00
Thomas, H. W., . Trusteo \u25a0 976 , 60 100.00
Thomas, H. W.. Trusteo (193 ,20 40J00
Thomas, H. W., ' Trustee .994 5 , 10:0o
Thomas. H. W., Trusteo 995 6 10.00
Thomas, H. W., Trustee 1003 ,100 - 200. 00
Thoma«,H. W., Trustee : 10C9 " 15 30.00
.Thomas. H. W.. Trustee 1018 ;- • 25 - . 50.00
Thomas, H. XV., Trusteo 1019 v L's .-SO-OO
Thomas, H.W.. Trustee 1020 23 50.00
Thomas, H.W., Trusteo 1022 50 100.00
Thomas, 11. W^.. Trustee 1024 .60 100.CO
Thomas. H.W.. Trustee I(TJS 30 : 20.00
Thomas, H.W.. Trustee IC;{6 CO 100:00
Thomas, ;ll.:W., Trustee ICO7' 60 100.00
Thomae, H. W... Trustee 303S 20 \u25a0-"• 40.00
Thomas. H. W... Trustee 1039 -.50 300.00
Thomas, H. W., Trusteo 1044 25 50.00
.Thomas, H. W., .Truotee 1015 .^ . . 5 f 10. CO
DELINQUENT NOTlCES— Continued. '
Thomas.' H. W.. Trustee 1050 : 20 40.00
Thomas, 11. W.. Trustee 1051 .30 60.00
Thomas. H. W.; Trustee. "\u25a0
Original Issue Stock, -
Cert. -8964— 20: shares,- . ;. " - .
equal to 40 snares
New Stock Issue (not Issued 40 . SO. OO
Thomas, H. W., Trustee, ,
Original Issue Stock,
,-Cert. 4071 — 5 shares, . .\u25a0•'•- .'.
equal to 10 shares '
New Stock Issue (not Issued). 10 20.00
Thannhauser. Louisa... 96 60 100. Ou
Thannhauser, Louisa... 07 50 j"; 100.00
Thannhauser " Louisa . OS 40. 80.00
Taylor, C. g!, Trustee.. 496 50- 100.00
Thomae, Mabel W . 618 20 "40.00
Tiedemann, Lucy 922 10 20.00
Tiedemann. Lucy....... 952 5 10.00
Tiedemann, Lucy....... 1042 10 20.00
Tobener. Hart.......... 951 15 .30.00
Tobener. Hart..... 1001 20 40. C0
Tobener, "Hart;......... 1002 60 "100.00
Tobener, Hart.;... ... 1043 10 20.00
Tobener, Hart. ....'.....' 1047 5 10.00
Tobener Hart. 1052- 10 , 20.00
Tobener, Charles 1033 40-80.00
Tobener, Char1e5. ....... 1053 20 40.00
Tobener, "Agnes 1032 10- 20.00
Tobener, Agnes... 1048 . - 5 .-•" 10. 00
Tiedemann, Frederick... 1049 ~" 10 • .20.00
Troy, E. P. X... 1007 v 10.00
Yon der Mehden, J. H.. 1081 ' 100.: 200.00
Wertz, Wi11iam........; 279 10 20.00
Welch, R. M., Trustee.. 387 .100 200.00
Welch. R. M.. Trustee.. 388 100 \u25a0 2C0.C0
Welch. R. M., Trustee.. 389 100 200.00
Welch, R. M., Trustee.. 390 100 200.00
Welch, R. M.. Trustee.. 39L 25 60.00
Welch. R. M., Trustee.. 302 25 50.C0
Winston, XV. H. -923 25 50.00
Winston, W. H.. 1003 *50 100. 00
Wilson, D. R 10(50 10 20.W)
Zimmerll, A. V., Trustee 941 . 1 . 2.00
Zimmerll, A. V., Trustee 9V2 1 2.00
Zimmerll. A. V., Trustee 943 1 2. C0
Zimmerll. A. V.. Trusteo »« 1 2.00
Zlmmerli. A. V., Trustee 915 1 2.00
Zlmmerli. A. V.. Trustee ' 94(5 1 2.00
Zimmeril.'A. V., Trustee 947 1 ' -2.00
Zimmerli, A. V.. Trustee 943 1 2.00
Zimmerll. A. V., Trustee »49 1 2.00
Zimmerll; A. V., Trustee 950 1 , 2.0<)
and in accordance with law and an order of the
board of 'directors made on the 20th day of
February, 1906, so many shares of each parcel
of such . stock as may bo , necessary will |be
told at public auction at the office of the com-
pany at 327 Market street (room 4, second floor)
In tho city and county of San Francisco, State
of California, on ; Monday, April 23, 1906. at
tho -hour, of three (3) o'clock p. m., on such
day, to pay such delinquent assessment thereon,
together with cost of advertising and expense
cf sale. " H. W. THOMAS. Secretary. ..
Office of the Company. 327 Market st,
(Room 4, Second Floor),
City and County of San Francisco,
State of California.
• ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
KILAUEA SUGAR PLANTATION COM-
1 PANY — Location of principal place of busi-
r ness.. 327 Market street- (room 4, second
tloor), • city ' and county of San -Francisco,
State of California. - : . , \ 1
Notice is hereby Riven that at a meeting
of the Board of Directors held on the seven-
teenth-day of April, 1806, an atbessment of
two ($2.00) dollars per share was levied upon
the capital stock of this corporation,, pay-
able Immediately to the secretary of tho
\u25a0 company -at Us office, 327 Market street
I (room 4, second floor), in the city and county
of San Francisco. State of California. Any
stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on the twenty-first day of Kay,
190(5. will be delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment
is made before will be sold on the eighth
day of ' June, 190 C at the hour of three
o'clock p. m. to pay the delinquent assess-
ment together with costs of advertising and
the expense of sale.
H. W. THOMAS. Secretary, offics of com-
pany, 327 Market street (room 4, second
floor), in the city and county of San Fran-
cisco. State of California.
PROPOSALS. .
NOTICE 191 9 hereby given that sealed bids will
be received at 218 California Hall, Berkeley,
\u25a0on or before 5 p. m. on Monday, ADrll 23.
: for a trunk sewer system as pfr- plans and
Ececlficationn en flle at said office. - No bids
.. will be considered unless accompanied by a
certified check, or bond, in favor of the un-
dersigned, equal to 10 (ten) per cent of the
bid, with sufficient sureties, conditioned that
If the bid be accepted the bidder will enter'
into a contract faithfully to perform the ob-
ligations in accordance with said bid. and
with said plans and specifications. Th« right
to reject any or all bids is -hereby reserved.
THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY O3
CALIFORNIA. . . . ? \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0'.-
SEALED proposals will bo received ' by tho
State Board of Prison Directors at 331 Pine
. St.. San Francisco, Cal.. \u25a0 until 2 p. m. , of
April 30, 1906, "and then ; publicly opened,
lor furnishing (I) 36-in.' gauge 1 six '(6) to
ten (10) contractor's locomotive, new or sec-
ond-hand; also for steam machine drills and
auxiliaries,^ steel scrapers and 15.000 barrels
' of cpment. Specifications on fife at the office
of the board of "directors. 331 TPlne : st. '-'
ROBERT Tr DEVLIN.
President Board of Prison" Directors.
\u25a0 P. H. McGRATH. Secretary. "'\u25a0 "
STUTTERING AND STAMMEIIING.
NORCROSS" Institute is now located at 810 Dia-
mond st..' near 24th, for purpose of open-air
exercises. ' It Is a private" Institution, curing
any case by Melbourne system ; Castro cars.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The following marriage licenses were Issued
yesterday:
Joseph A. McCarthy. 24, 516 Fell street, and
Louise A. yon Gelstefeld. 23, 228% Hickory aye.
Jerassmos Metaxas, 2C, Vallejo, and Rose
Joseph, 18, 522 Howard -street.
Herbert L. Clark 23, 1217 Union street, and
Edith L. Conway, 23, 1702 V, Leavenworth st.
' Lewis F. Mogel, 32, 828 O'Farrell street, and
Ellen Happ, S6. 82Si O'Farrell street.
Walter XV. Scott. 21, Benceiey, and Josephine
E. Fratinzer, 18,- 817 Eddy street.
John L. Kelley. 3S. Grass Valley, and M.
Louise Leek, 24, Los Gatto. . • . \u25a0
Albert E. Walker. 23, Elmhurst, and Nora
Furch-sr, 16. city. - • . ;• '
Michael Howard,' 24,. U44 Mission street, and
Nora Slattery, 22. 944 Mission street. •
Rudolph E. Abenhelm. 27, city, and Hazel
F. Hlrschman, 21, 2005 Broadway. ,'
Waldemar E. Schulz, 21, 1522 Page street,
and Irene E. Schindler, 18 ."{414 Washington st.
Louis J. Badouln, 24, 38S8 Seventeenth
street, and Mac EV- Daly,' „,. Alameda.
Edward C. McMamis, 22. 80 McLca court,
and Mary SchaefTer, 22, 1169 Mission .street.
James A. Loretto, "21, 332 Green : street, and
May A. de Martini. 18, I<> Union place.
"Dexter C. Ashley. 21, 712 Green street, and
Annie Antonovich. 18, 712 Green street."
Albert H. Colludl 31, 429 Larkin street, and
Margaret J. McGlinn, 35, 506 Guerrero street.
Fernando J. Sllva; 25,' 21.3 Thirteenth street,
and Julia E. Marshall, 18." West Berkeley.
. Stefano Cuneo, 29, 720 Albert alley, and Ma-
ria Lagotnarslno, 21,7 20 Albert alley. . ,
Gustav Busat. 36. 1219 Hayes strtet/ and
Emma Pahlke. 38, 1219 Hayes street. ,-
John B. { Steven»on, 21, 1 1921 Filbert street.
and Frances Dawson. 18. 1322 Fifth avenue. \u25a0
v BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
Birth, marriage . and ; death notices sent by
mail will not be inserted. They must be handed
in at either- of the- uuhlicatton offices and be
indorsed with the 'name and residence of ' per-
sons authorized to have \u25a0 the same published.
Notices restricted simply to the announcement
\u25a0of the event are published one* In this column
free of charge. . \u25a0-./ - ' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0'...\u25a0\u25a0
... .. . BORN.
FRENCH- In this city, April 12, 1906. to tho
wife of Frank C. French, a son.
GREENE— In this city. April 17. 1906, to the
wife of -William Greene, . a son. -
HOWARD-HEAD— In Alameda. Cal.. April 16.
to the wife of Stanley. Howard-Head, a
I daughter. . \u25a0 ' \u25a0
ILLICH — In this city. April 17, 1906, to, the
. wlfo of. 8." Illich a daughter. , '\~.
THOMAS-^ln Oakland.- Cal., April 15, 1900, to
the wife of Walter J. Thomas, a daughter.
MARRIED. V
CLARK— McDONNEHA-In this city, Sunday,
•April 15, 1906. by * the Rev. Father Cum-
mings, James Clark of ; Watsonville and Kath-
ryn McDonnell of San : Francisco. >
DOKKEN—GOFKJEN— In this city. April 13,
1900. by the Rev. O.* Oroensberg, Albert O.
- Dokken and Carrie Gofkjen. • \ •. . -..;.'.. •\u25a0
PEDERSEN— OLSEN— In this city. April 14.
',1906, by the Rev.' O. Groensberg, Peter Peder-
' sen and Beret 'Olsen.l'- ' • •
TIEDEMANN— GINNEVER— In this city,
April 16. 1806, by • the Rev: L. C. Sanford,
Diedrich Tiedemann Jr." ana Mabel Glnnever.
WAGN"ER— CALIO— In - this V city. : April 15.
-'1006, by. the Rev. L C. Sanford, Felix. Wil-
liam Wacner and Clarice Callo." , v '\u25a0 v
- WALKER— PURCHER— In this City, April 17;
1906, by fh« Rev.*^ E. U.Wolz, pastor Fourth
Congregational \u25a0 Church, Albert ;E. Walker
\u25a0of Elmhurst. Cal., and Nora Purcher of San
Francisco."' -^ "". \u25a0_-.,\u25a0\u25a0:'\u25a0'.; \u25a0 \u25a0 - ,
WOOD— TASTO— In . San Leandro, Cal.. April
\u25a0 15, 1906, \u25a0\u25a0>. byj the Rev.' Father Manning,
. Charles Walter i Wood \u25a0of ' Hazen. Nev. , ;\u25a0 and
. Lucy M. ; .TaEto of San • Leandro, Cal. j :.
'- - -\u25a0"", '}-\u25a0':\u25a0: \u25a0 DIED. - ' " '
, Barnes, Rosle,' . 1- - ' - McGlnney.Frank ' T.,51
; Barrere,'. Frank. 57 • .- McDermott, ; Patrlck,2B
Benson, • Louisa^ 6B- -'JicKeown. Alice '
Caro, Hyman, 29 •"\u25a0McLea." James -. '-\u25a0:..
<-Cummlngs,Mrs.M.P.F.' : McLane." Sophie :L:,- 76
; Deary, John,'. 35 •-•..' :\u25a0' ?. : Mere!er, \u25a0 Frances,- 57 -
. Dreypolcher,-. Frederick Mosher. Theodore,* s2 •-
\u25a0 , Dunn,>,: Margaret. 52 t . Nienaus.'' Otto,'; 69 :•-\u25a0',.
i Engiisii,' Chas.- F., 55 -. Nuro, • Eleanor, 0 m.'
• Ford, : Maria, ; 64 '•\u25a0 - O'Brien.^ Thomas 8..65
•\u25a0. French.- L'slie ; J.'. 2 •=\u25a0 O'ConneU,-, Maria . H.,9
. Fuchs, I Ferdinand, 59 ., Snedeker, . Cordelia, 76
, ; Griffin, s John, "75 , '\u25a0\u25a0 %'. Stelnweg, J Chag. \u25a0 G., r C2^
.-Harvey, John D..' 52,-.'; Thornton. .74:
? Jacobsen, Annie. .37 ' .Wilson," Frank, 11 - -
LaW3on.- Walter .W..2C, Wiser Barzillai J., 75
Lorntsen, lng-eborg,. 55agteflfaB]aM^Ba^MBg(
BXRNES— In'thie clty,^ April 17,-1906, at the
1 residence. 1315 -. Stevenson street;; RoMe,' .be-.
\u25a0 loved daughter of Norman and Rosie Barnes,
: a native of San ; Francisco, aged 1 year and
-• 2' months. \u25a0 : . \u25a0 ,
BARRERE— In this city, April 17. 1906, at his
residence,' bi'6 Cole • street. Frank, beloved
husband ' of Emma Barrere. \u25a0 father of '\u25a0 Mrs.
Lottie B. Jordan,' Helen ax:, Frank and Rob-
ert -Bruce -Barrere, and brother of Louis and
• the !ate Harry • Barrere, a \u25a0 native of Johns-
.town, Wis., aged 57 years. N '•\u25a0
.. „\u25a0 [CTFuneral services tomorrow (Thursday),
at 9:45 o'clock a. m ., from the Centenary
M. E. Church South, Bush street, between
Gough* and Octavia. . Interment* private, Cy-
press Lawn Cemetery.
BENSON— In this city, April 10, 1906, Louisa
Benson, beloved mother of Carl J.. Julius,
John L., Severin, Oscar G. nnd Albln-Ben-
' son. .Mrs. Emma- Carlson, I Mm. Severina
; Peterson 'and Mrs. "Anna Erzckaon, a native
.of Halland, Swed-en, aged 68 years 6 months
and 11: d?.ys. , - : \u25a0 ,
E7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
' today (Wednesday) April 18, at 2 o'clock
p. m., at the chapel of Craig, Cochran &
Co., 4«1 Golden Gate avenue, -jetween Larkin
and Polk streets. Interment Mount Olivet
. Cemetery.
CARO — In this city, April 16, 1906, Hyman
Caro, beloved son of ' Charles and Hanna
Caro, and brother of Lena Caro and Mrs. B.
\u25a0 Solomon, a native of San Francisco, Cal.,
aged- 20 years 7 -months and 18 days.
ICTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tho funeral today
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. from the
residence of his parent*. 1143 Turk street,
and thence by 11:30 a. m. train to New Sa-
lem Cemetery for interment.
Officers and members or Court Palo Alto
N0.*53, F. of A. will meet at their hall at
9:30 a. m. sharp to attend the. funeral of
our late brother. Hyman Caro.
A. C. FRANKLE. C. R.
S. 11 . BROWN, Secretary.
CUMMINGS— In Ventura, Cal.. April 13. 1006,
. Mrs. M. P. F. Cummings, beloved aunt of
Mrs. Stella L. Canham.
DEARY — In this c:ty, April 15, 1006. John.
- beloved son of James and Ann Dear)', and
loving brother of Mrs. J. Wlmbley and the :
Iste James Deary, a native or San Fran-
cisco, aged 35 years. A member of Young
Men's Institute, Golden Gate Council No. 34,
and Cigar-Makers' International Union of
America No. 2LB.
\u25a0 (CFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral today
(Wednesday), at 9:30 a. m.. from his late
residence, 219 V. Tehama street, between
Third and Fourth, thence to St. Patrick's
Church for servi«es at 10 a. m. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery. -
The officers and members of Golden Gate
- Council No. 34, Y. 31. 1., are requested to
attend th; funeral of our late brother. John
Deary, from Ma late residence, 219 Tehama
. street, on Wednesday morning at 0:30 o'clock.
Fines for non-attendance.
J. P. DENE.HY. President.
E. C. HARRINGTON. Cor. Secretary.
DREYPOLCHER— In San Rafael. Cal., April
16. 1900, Frederick Dreypolcher, beloved hus-
band of Amelia Drcypolcher, and father of
William's.. Emma and tne late Edwin G.
Dreypolcher and Mrs. William Rctrosky.
(CyFrienda and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tne runeral services
today (Wednesday). Apr«i 13. at 12:30 o'clock
p. m.,at the First English Lutheran Church,
Geary \u25a0 street, between Gougli and Octavia,
San Francisco. Interment private. Please ;
" omit flowera:
DUNN— In this city, April 17. 1906, Margaret,
beloved wife of Patrick Dunn, and loving
mother of Thomas Gallagh-er. Mrs. N. Cu-
slck, Mrs. P. Flaherty, and the late George
_/ and Margaret Gallagher ana Mrs. T. Palace,
a native of New York, aged 52 years.
\u25a0 IC7" Remains -at the parlors of McFadden,
Mcßrearty & Green, 1171 Mission street, be-
tween Seventh and Eighth. .
ENGLISH— In the City and County Hospital,
April 17. 19C6, Charlts F. English, a native
of Massachusetts, aged 55 years. .
FORD— In this city. April 16, \u25a0 1006, Maria,
beloved wife of the late Martin Ford, and
cousin of Michael. Jamas and Thomas Doolln,
a native of County Clare, Ireland, aged 04
years. (Fresno, Cal.: Fort Worth, Tex.;
Woonsocket, R. 1., and Boston papers please
copy.)
• lC7"Friend9 and acquaintances ', are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral today
(Wedn-esday), at 8:30 a. m., from the parlors
of McFndden, Mcßrearty & Green, 1171 Mis-
sion street, between Seventh an<J Eighth,
- thence to All Hallows .Church. South San
Francisco. wh«re.a requiem nigh mass will
be celebrated for the repose of her noiil. at
0:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
FRENCH— In this city, April 17. 1906; Leslie
J. French, dearly beloved 6on of Louis Alva
and Sarah French, and grandsan of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Landuccl and of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
French, a native of San Francisco, aged 2
years and 7 days.
CTThc funeral will taks place tomorrow
(Thursday), at 11 o'clock a. m.. from tho
parents' residence, 723 Montgomery avenue.
Interment Drlvate. \u25a0 \
FUCHS— In this city, April 15, 1906. Ferdinand,
v - beloved brother of Fred Fuchs and Mrs.
Elizabeth Bay, a native of New York, aged
59 years 3. months and 1 day. A member of ;
' CoODers" Union, Local t&. -\u0084 . •_ . \u0084
E7"Friend» and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral today
(Wednesday), April IS, at 1:30 p. m.. from
the residence of- his sister, 140 Vlcksburg
' street, between* Twenty-tnlrd^.and Twenty-
fourth, Sanchez . and Noe. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery, by electric funeral car from
Thirtieth street and San Jose avenue.
GRIFFIN— In this city. April 17. 19C6. John
Griffin, ', beloved father cf Mrs. Thomas Cos-
tello. and grandfather of Mamie, SusU and
Willie Costello, a native of the parleh of
Killalae, | County Clare, Ireland, aged 75
years. - - - .
HARVEY — In this city, April 15. 19CC, John
Dill, beloved husband of Madeline C. Har-
vey, md brother of Norval P. and William
L. Harvey, a native of Philadelphia. Pa.,
aged 52 years 9 months and 13 days.
C7"Frlend9 and acquaintances are lespeet-
fully Invited to attend the funeral today
(Wednesday), at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. at the
Masonic Temole, corner of Post and Mont-
gomery streets, under, the auspices of Occi-
dental Lodge No. 22, F. and A. M. Crema-
tion I. O. O. F. Cemetery. . .
JACOBSEN— In this city, April 17. 1006. Annie,
beloved wife of Benjamin Jacobsen. and
mother of Minnie, David, Jessie and Estelle
Jacobsen. a native of Russia, aged 37 years.
LAWSON— In Los Angeles. Cal.. April 16.
1906, Walter W. Lawson, : dearly beloved son
\u25a0- of Catherine and the taie Albert Lawson.
and loving brother of Mrs. Addle Kauff man.
Mrs KUty de Coursy, Mrs. Eva Meyers and
.Carrie and Albert Lawson, a native of Cali-
fornia, ajted 26 years.
EyNotlce of funeral hereafter.
LORNTSEN— In this city, April 15. 1906. In-
geborg Lorntsen; beloved mother of Hans,
Otto, John and Mary Lorntsen, a native or
. Drammen, Norway, ,aged 55 years and 2
. months. . . . -
-.(CT Friends and acquaintances are respect-
* fully invited to attend "the funeral services
today (Wednesday), April 18, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the chapel of Craig, Coch-
ran & Co., 461 Golden Gate avenue, between
Larkin and Polk streets. Interm-ent Mount
Olivet Cemetery.
McGINNEY— In thls^lty. April 16. 1906, Frank
T., beloved husband of Ella McGlnney. father
of Thomas, Frank and Agnes McGlnney. and
brother of John H. and Patrick J. McGlnney.
\u25a0 a native of Providence. R. It.' aged 51 years
S months and S days. A member of Spartan
Lodes No. 30. A. O. -U. W.
-.>;•;« (CTThe funeral will take olace today
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from his
late residence, 774 McAllister street, thence
to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a requiem
mass will be celebrated tor the repose of his
• ' soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
private. Holy Cross Cemetery. Kindly omit
flowers. 1
McDERMOTT— In this city, April 17, 1906.
Patrick McDermott, beloved brother of Wil-
liam, McDennott and Mrs.- Peter Carroll, a
native of County Longford, irelqaid. aged 28
' y« ars. . A member of Court Golden Era No.
36. A O. F. of A. ,
ICT Friends nnd acquaintances are respect-
. ' fully Invited \u25a0to attend the runeral tomorrow
(Thursday), at 8:15 a. m.. from the parlors
of McFadden, Mcßrearty & Green, 1171 Mis-
sion street, between Seventh and Eighth,
- thence to St. : Brendan's Church, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the
repose of hio-soul. at 9 a. \u25a0m. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery. '
McKEOWN-— An anniversary . high mass will
\u25a0 be celebrated for th« late Alice McKeown
• Thursday, at- S o'clock, at St. Boniface's
1 Church, Golden Gate avenue, between Jones
and Leavenworth streets. ' . :
McLEA — In. this city, April 17. 1906. James
McLea. husband of Mary . McLea. • and son
of Annie and the late Dcnald McLea. a na-
tive of - Sar. Francisco.
- , CTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited -to attend tne runeral tomorrow
(Thursday). "at 10:15 o'clock a. m., from the
' parlors of Halsted & Co., 946 Mission' street.
. Inter— ent orivate. ..;. . ,
McLANE— At- her -home- in Baltimore, Md.,
.April 17,'. 19CG. Sophie L. .McLane, wife of
the late Louis McLane, formerly president of
J_ Nevada Bank of San Francisco, aged 76
""\u25a0years. \u25a0•--\u25a0\u25a0 . . '-\u0084
MERCIER— In this city. April 17. 1906. Frances
\u25a0 Mercier,' dearly beloved - wife • of the late
Claude \u25a0;.- Mercier, nfother 'of Mrs. • Louise
'. Bouqueniaus, and grandmother, of Frances
: Bouqueniaus and the -i late Claude , Bouque-
' nlaus,' a native.o f. Savoy,' France, aged 57
"years 10 months and : 24 days. ...'
MOSHER— In this city, April 16, 19Cfi. Theo-
dore : Mosher, ; beloved husband of ; Mary -E .
Mosher, ' beloved father of Roy Mosher. and
,' brother of Peter Mosher' of Salem. Dakota:
Nicholas Mcsher of Statecenter/ lowa, and
•- Pier i Mosher. of Utica. :N." V.. a -native of
Germany, aged \u25a062 v years . 7 months ; and. 6
HENRYS. CAL LECHER CO.
(Successors to" : Flanna'gan & Gallagher.) T- *""
DANIEL P. -. DONOVAN, Mgr.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
• 20 ; Fifth 6t.. ; opposite 5 Lincoln School, c. \
\u0084, Telephone ; South ' 80. ' i /
UNITED " UNDERTAkBRS,
___i-Funeral* Director* and Embalmers— —_,
Formerly in Metropolitan -Temple. ". /
NOW i AT, SBC . iI ISSION. Tel. , South a 67.
Between .Fourth. andl;Flfth. ; . near, Fifth ' st. •
\u25a0 Finest \ Equipments/ at Moderate Rates. '-
I James McGinn. .t \u25a0:. Henry. Hansen.
JAMES- McSINN & CO..
Formerly ; With r McGinn ,;: Bros. \u0084
' ' Directors '. and - Embalmers-
'_____ 214 ' Eddy st. \u25a0- Tel.v. East SB. . .
days. A \u25a0 member of Mispah Court No. 1.
Tribe of Ben Hur: Couri Wlerysdale . No.
7803. A. O. F.; Fairmount Lodge No. ICB.
K. of P.. and Building Material Team Driv-
ers' Union, Local No. 216. B. of T. .
- tC~Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral today
(Wedncsda/). at 2 o'clock p. m .. Iron* the
rarlors of Gantner Bros.. 1201) Mission street,
between Eighth and Ninth, where . services
will be held under, the auspices of Mizpah
Court No. 1, Tribe of. Ben Hur. Cremation
Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
The officers and members of Mizpah Court
No. 1. Tribe of Ben Hur, are requested to
attend the funeral of our late brother, Theo-
dore Mosher, today /(Wednesday), at 1:45
o'clock p. m.. from the parlors of Gantner
Bros., 12C9 Mission street. By order of
-. MARY A. TURNER. Chief.
NIEHAUS— In West Berkeley. Cat. "April 17.
1906, Otto Niehaus. beloved husband of Jo-
hanna Nlehau9. and father of Adolph, Carl.
Otto Jr., Edward and Hanna Niehaus. a na-
tive of Persia, aged 59 • years 7 months and
1 day.
C7Friend9 and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the- funeral services
Friday. April 20, at 2 o'clock p. m .. from
the family residence, 1728 Ninth street.
West Berkeley. Incineration Oakland Crema-
tory.
NURA— In the City and County Hospital. April
17. 1906. Eleanor Nura. a native . of Califor-
nia, aired 0 months.
•O'BRIEN— In this city, April 17. 1906. Thomas
8.. husband of the late Catherine O'Brien.
and beloved father of Matthew S- Edward
J.. Thomas A. and Katherlne O'Brien and
Mrs. F. Herrin. a native of Ireland, aged
65 y^ars.
(E7"Notlce of funeral hereafter.
O'CONNELL— In this city. April 15. 1906.
Marie Honora. eldest and dearly beloved
daughter of Dr. Robert J. and Caroline A.
O'Connell. a native of San Francisco, aged
.9 years 10 months and 24 days. -
CTThe funeral i will take place today
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from the
residence of her grandmother, Mrs. Honora
Shannon. 618 Octavia street, thence to Sa-
cred Heart Church, where a requiem m aa«
will be celebrated for the repose of b/sr soul,
commencing at~ 9 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car from
Thirtieth 'itre-t and San Josa avenue.
SNEDEKER— In Oakland Cal.. April 1C 1906.
Cordelia E. Sned»ker. dearly beloved mother
of Mrs. A. M. Janes and Mrs. Georae Wel-
mer, a native of Boston. Mass., aged 76
years 9 months and 26 days.
STEINWEG— In this city. April 16. 1906.
Charles G. Stelnweg. father of Mrs. Florence
M. Conrad and brother of Edward William
Stein weg. Mrs. R. S. Clarke and Mrs. Lottie
M. Thurston. a native of Baltimore. Md..
aged 62 years. (Seattle 'papers please copy.)
(ETThe funeral will tak-i place tomorrow
(Thursday), at 10 a. m.. rrom the parlors of
J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
Cremation I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
THORNTON— In this city. April 17. 1906. at
his residence, 1263 Octavia street, William,
beloved father of John W.. Nellie and Katie
Thornton and Mrs. Charles Read, a native
of Mayo, Ireland, aged 74 years.
(C7"rhe- funeral scrvlo-s will be held at
Santa Cruz, at Holy Cross Church. Friday.
April 20. upon the arrival of tha 8:30 a. m.
fc-ain from Third and Townsend streets. San
Francisco.
WILSON— In this city. April 15. 1006. Frank,
beloved sen of Samuel and Letltia Wilson,
and brother of Harry and Elsie Wilson, a
native of Indiana, aged 11 years 5 months
and 16 days.
C^Frlends and acquaintances are respect-,
fuliy Invited to attend the funeral services
tf>day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., at
the parlors of Bunker & Lunt. 2CG6 Mission
street, between Twenty-secondhand Twenty-
third (Mission Mescnlc Tempie). Interment
Greenlawn Cemetery.
WISE — Entered Into rest. In Berkeley, Cal..
April 16. IGO6. Barzillai J. Wise, a native of
New York, ag«d 75 years 7 months and 2
da;s.
C7"The funeral will taxe place today
(Wednesday), at 10 a. m., frcm his late
residence, 2147 Ward street. Berkeley.
WOODLAWN "CEMETERY,
Ean Mateo County.
31 A SONIC CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
586 James .'lood Building. S. F.
REAL ESTATE THAXSACTIOXS.
TUESDAY. APRIL 17.
WESTERN ADDITION.
City and County of San Francisco to George
B. Sperry. lot on W line of Larkin street, SO
SotS ot Lombard. S 25 by W 106; $ .
Annie Cherry to Frank B. and Geonde C.
Ryan, lot on N line of Lombard street, 103:lH
E of Polk. E 34:4^4 by N 137:6; $10.
\u25a0 City and County of San Francisco to John
W. and Mary Roberta, lot on S line of Pine
street. IS:9 W of. Polk. W 23:4 by S 120; $ .
Minnie P. Shotwell to Edwin T.Osborn. lot
on S line of Hayes street, 100 E pf Van Ness
avenue, E ir.tj by S 155: $10.
Theodore C. and Mary AS Delamater to Am«
lie E. Sherman, lot en N Une of Pacific avenue.
140 E of Octavia street. E 30. N 134:6, W 80,
S 133:6. aultclalm deed; $10.
City and County of San Francisco to Thomas
J. Jonesv lot on W-line of Laguna street. 120
N of Vallejo. N 30. W izz, S 12:6 E 56:3.
S 17:6. E «58:9; $ .
Mary C. Crowley (wife of James) to Bridget
McCarty, lot on N line of Greenwich street.
91 W of Flllmore. W 24 by N CO; gift.
Stephen J. Stupartch to Paul J. Stuparlch.
undivided -one- half of lot on SE corner of
Hayes and Pl«rce streets, B 137:6 by S 137:6;
$10. - "
Charles and Grayce Sonntag to Nellie M. De
ne«n (wife of Jeremiah A.), lot on S line of
Vallejo street 50 E of Pierce, E 55 by S 137:6;
$10. ' . '
•Edward H. and Eva T. Clark to Alexis L.
Ehrmar., lot on N line of Jackson street. 34:4H
W of Pierce. W 34:4? i by N 127:8«4: $10.
Annie M. Besthorn to Giuseppe and Louisa
Rlnaldl. lot on W line of Scott street. 63 N
of Turli. N 24:10 by W 50. and lands adja
cent;- $10
George U. Hind to William M. O'Brien, lot
on S lino of Filbert street, 175 E of Brod
erlck. E 25 by S 137:6; $10.
Edwin and Helen P. Goodall to Mwrv H.
Dixon. lot on SE corner of Waller and Alpine
streets. S 50:7% by E 85:5: $10.
George A. Dolan to Dolan Company, lot on
SW corner of Post and Broderlck street*. S
75 by W 1C0; also lot on N line of G^ary
street ICO*W of Broderick, W 25 by N 100;
$10.
James C. Jcrdan to Samuel McMullln. lot
on E line of Jordan avenue, 333:4 E of Eu
clid. S 33:4 by E 120: $10.
Ernest R. and Bella Llllenthal to H. O.
Trowbrldge. lot on SE corner of Hayes and
Stanyan streets. E 110 by S 55; $10.
MISSION BLOCKS.
City and County of San Francisco to Lucle
M Hayes, lot on NE - line of Twelfth street.
201:0« NW cf Howard. NW 70:ll»,i. NE
1559 S?E 6S:ST4.SW 131 :S 13-16: also lot
on SE line of Minna *tr«et. 130 SW of La
fnyette.- SW 25. SE 75. NE 23:4. NW 75;
«"- , .
Same to "West Shore Land Comrjany. lot on
S line of Sixteenth street. 32:6 W of Hoff
avenue. W 30 by S 97; 8 .
Same to William Ehrenofort. lot on W lino
of . Mission street. ICS N of Twentieth, N 25
by W 00: $ .
John H. Donovan to Nelllo McM. Donovan.'
lot on-NW corner of Sycamore and Mission
streets. N 30 by W 80; gift.
John C. Newlands to J. O. McCavltt. lot on
W line of Belcher street. 125 :0H N of Four
teenth. N 24:11 H. W 125. S 24:954. E 32:6,
S O:2»4'; E 92:6; $10.
City and County of, Fan . Francisco to Henri
and Pauline Kourcade, lot on W line of Noe
street. 102 N of Fifteenth. N 26 by W 96;
Clara W.- Rogers to James J. Flinn, Timothy
E. Treacy (a» Flinn * Treacy). lot on S line
of Fourteenth street, 523 W of Castro. W 25
by S 115; ?10.
Anton ' and Emelle Halbrltter to William
Falev lot on NE corner of Twenty-second and
York'streets. E 25 by N 87:6: $10.
Lewln A. Doerlng to Alfred Van Dyke, lot
on W line of Hampshire street, 220 S of Twen
tv-flfth.; S2oby W 100- ?10. * '
• .HORNER'S ADDITION.
•'Francis Donohue et at. to James O'Neill, lot
on NE corner of Duncan and Dolores streets,
N 23 by X 10<v > * 10 -
Joseph F. Dolan to. Dolan Company, lot on
NE corner of Valley and Sanchez streets, C
ICO by N 28:6; also lot on E line of Mission
street. 100 N of Braxil avenue, N 25 by E
83 - 0 block 2. Excelsior Homestead: also lot on
V 'line of Cortland avenue, 70 W" of Nevada
street N 65 by W 30. lots 1 and 2. block 1.
Barman Tract: also lot 450. grift map 2; also
lot \u25a0on W tine 7 of «Broderlck street. 100 N of
Geary* N 75 by W 125; «lso lota> 440. 442. 444
and- 4*46. gift map 1; l9t on W line of
T'lsi" «treet. 205:4 N of Cortland avenue, 25x70,
lot 25S.Cobb Tract: ?10. w , , .
Olca Mastpy et aI. to Thomaw Woods, lot on
P lint of Twenty-sixth Ktreet. 204:7 E of Dia
mond * E Rrt by S 1 14 : *10.
- Joseph E Emma A. Dinter to twae. lot
on~S line of Twenty-sixth street. 204:7 E of
Diamond, 15 SO by S 114; $5. \u25a0_
-Martin Han«on to Karl F. Strandbersr. lot on
E line of Bellevue street. 111:S N of Twenty
fifth. E 125 by N 50: $!«>..
7 .-. 50-VARA : BLOCKS.
'>nna M. Barnes tr> William F. Cordes. lot on
NW comer of Paciflc and Sansome streets, N
34:4i4 by W 67 :«: $10. :\u25a0>\u25a0<_- >. .
Htirrich von -Bergen et al. to Charles B.
Tluosoir lot on f» line of Sacramento street, 75
Wnf "ansome. W 47:0 by S^O: $10. • . . .
\u25a0- Charles B. and Sidney V.Ttussell to Cbra B.
\u25a0 Sn G>)?rgl a A?'and"A«la M. Webster to Hennun
FI»P*-.'lot «n S line of SacKarrento Mreet.
130:11 Iw of Kearny.W 23 by S J37:6: »10.
J.ixeph Raff<rty nnd A. Willard to J.
.T -, Lerman. . 1"t -n W> lln- "'Jones «re«t. C2 :O
Sof Geary. P5» >> v w 6 °: * 10
_ ; 100 VARA BI^)CKS.
E R. *= Bella Llllenthal to . It. o. Trow
bri<i'ire. 'lot on N W - rorrier o: , Minion Mtr»et,
45:10 NE of Beale. NE 45:S by NW 137:« : $jo
•City and County of San FrancUcn to Charles
T. and Jennie; A. Crocker, lot on E corner of
Mission and First streets. SE 275. INE 275. N\\ f
137:6 .SW 137:f..NW 137 :H.* SW 1M7:«; $ N
. a ty and County of San Francisco to H«nry
J. Rogers. lot on SE corner of Stevenson street,
05 SW of Third. SW 2O by SE 70: * .
Max H. Greenbers to Samuel H. Greenberj* v
undivided one-fifth interest in lot on E linet£_r
Fourth street, ICt) N Harrison. X 25 by 12 TWrV
110. . •
M. Fisher Company to Eatella M. Cary. lot
on .Nff corner of Brannan street. S4:9Ts SW
of Zoe. SW «>:2Vi by NW 80: $10.
Andrew O. and Melissa L. Thulln to Hanora
H. Fennell. lot on SE corner of Shipley/street,
225 SW of Fifth. SW 25 by SB 73; JlO.
POTRERO NUISVO.
City and County of San Francisco to Mlltoa
Auerbach. lot on SW corner of Alameila.
street and Potrer© avenue, S 77 by W 200;
Same to E. A. PheJps. lot on £3 lias of
Potrero avenue. 137 :« N of l&ighteenth street.
N 140 by E 140; $ .
Same to Milton Auerbach. lot on SW corner
of Fifteenth and Vermont streets. S 162 :« by
W ltO; $ .
OUTSIDE LANDS.
William H. and Kebecca E. Goodard to Pat
rrlck J. O'Connejl. lot on J£ line of Fourth
avenue-. 150 S of California South (I>eeth>. . a
:a by ti 120; $10.
Beile Duiau to Adclph Zela and William H.
Hoyt, lot on MB corner of Point Loboa and
Eleventh avenues, fc- 32:6 by N ltiO; >i.o.
Jacob Hevman Company to Ro.to M. Blea
fleld wife of Henry, lot on W 11ns of Thtrty
tlrst avenue. ISO a of -Clement. 3 -3 by W I_V;
110.
±>enjamln . Bradshaw to William H. and
France* S. Hoyt. Adolph and Maud K. Zais.
lot on SW" corner of Tenth and .taint Lobe*
avenues, W 33:6 by S lOu; $10.
Bay District Land Company to Mary EL
Peutn (wlie of George T.), and Kata A. Michel
(wife of Edward), lot on sW corner of Iftrac
avenue ana - A street. 8 25 bj W Ua; Jlv.
City and County of San Vrancisco to Jacjb
Hey man Company, lot on W Una of Thirty
elgnth avenue, llb:S d oi A. S 25 by Yf I'M;
Sam« to Frank J. McGllnchey. lot on SB
corner of Sixth avenue and C street. 3 200 ki
I'M. N Uo.t>2. E 25. N ltv.3». W 14o; also lot
on NW corner of Fifth avenue and Fulton
street, N 100. W 82:8. S 10e:5%. Nl2 JC.U3;
V \u25a0
Emma and Andrew W. Rcsw to same, aaxns;
510.
Frank J. McGlinchey to Louis E- Wright, lot
on W line of Filth avenue. iS N ot D street,
X 25 by W 8S:«; $10.
P. S. and Albtrta Scales to Cecelia CDon
netl. lot on E line of Nineteenth avenue, 150 s
of C street. 3 st> by E 120; $10.
John J. McMahon to Elizabeth M. McMahon.
lot on W line of TwentyJ-seventh avenue. 2>f> s>
of J street, S 6O by W 12O; gift-
Julian and Edna A. Eisenbach to F. C
Surryhne. let on E line of Nineteenth avenue.
175 N of Fulton siren. N 50 by E 120: $10.
Sol Getz & Sons to William Munn and Louis
Flchter. lot on N"K corner of L street and.
Forty-ninth avenue. N C 2:« by E 130; $10.
City and County of San Francisco to Fred
Surryhne, lot on E line of Thirtieth avenue.
100 N of M street. N ICO by E 120; $— — .
George and Genoa Wale to Isaac and Mary
M. Smith, lot on E line of Eleventh avenue.
200 X of O street, N 25 by E 120; $10.
. William G. Walton to Charles S. O* Byrne.
lot on N Una of Q street. 32:8 W of Twenty
fourth avenue. W 125. N 100. W 82:6. N 25.
E 120. N 75. E 120, S 100. W 32:6k S 100; $10.
Cbriattane M. and H. E. Boesen to Louts H.
Mooser and E. A. Ie St. ' Germain, lot on S
line of W street. 57:3 E of Forty-first avsnue,
E 25 by S 120; $10.
HOMESTEADS.
T B. Potter Realty Company to Martin
Mathleu. lots 29 and 30, block 31, Rela Tract;
grant. >
J. W. Wrlgrht & Sons Investment Company
to George J. Smith. lots 1 to 3. block 6, Syn
dicate's First Addition to tan Francisco; $10.
S. Ducas Company to Nathan. David and
Michael Gross, lot on W corner of Thirty
eighth avenue and X street, NW 75, SW
ss:l*i. S 1C3:8. NE 128:7. lot 1. block 54.
Paul Tract; *10.
John C. Persls H. and Edward Coleman to
John B. Dallas, lot en NW Una of Naples
street. 125 SW of Japan avenue. SV» 25 by NW
100. block 43. Excelsior Homestead; $10. .
William J. Powers to James P. Britt. un
divided fourth of lot 2, block 2, West End map
2; ?10.
Elizabeth Carson to Mary K. Carson, lot on
SE line of Mission street, 25 NE of China ave
nue. NE 25 by SE 83:6, lot 3, block 1. Excel
sior Homestead: $10.
Lincoln U. Grant to John Ward, lot on. W
, corner of Naples street _id Persia avenue. SW
25 by NW 100. lot 8, block 45. Excelsior Home
stead; JlO.
Julia E. Whits to Julia A. White, lot on
SW line of Berlin street. 164 SE of Burrows,
SE 33 by SW 120, tot 2K block 19. Railroad
avenue Extension Homestead; gift..
Caro C. and Lawrence I. Scott to Mountford
S. Wilson, property out of county; $10. - -\u25a0»
Jacob Heyman Company to Elmlra Gibson,
lots ltt and 17. block 2. Golden City Tract: $10.
Ludwlg and Emily Mt»ius to Fanny H.
Beck, lot 13»5. Gift map 2; grant. . . _
',• C. C. Hlckok to Edward Harts, undlvidud
half of lot 811. Gift may 2; $10.
< August P. and Leonora E. Dubols to Aline A.
Duhcis. lot on SW line of Preclta and Treat
avenues. S 100 by W 40. Precita Valley: gift.
Same to Pauline J. Dubois. lot on W lin« cf
Treat avenue. 300 S of Washington. S 25 by
W 110. Prectta Valley 147; Ktit.
Same to Allna A. Dubois. lot on E line of
Folsom . 258:9 S of Preclta. S 41:3 by E 110.
lot 34 John Kingston map. Preclta Valley;
gift. " - _
Same to Pauline J. Dubol*. lota 17 to 20,
block 24. Carmel City, Monterey County: gift.
Same to same, lot on W line of Treat ave
nue. 3CO S of Washington avenue, S 25 by W
100. Precita. Valley 147, Kingston map Preclta
Valley; gift.
Same to Esther J. Hensley. lot on "W line of
Treat avenue. 325 S of Washington avenue, S
25. W 220. N 50. E 110. S 23. E 110; gift.
Cora H. Mackenzie (wife of J. A.) to Anna
D. Joost. lota 46 to 4?, block 21, Falnnourrt
Land: ?10.
Homestead Realty Company to MartJn
Schuckler. lot on W line of Sullivan and Goet
tlngen streets. N"W 50 by SW 95, block Uni
versity Mound: $10.
Fred B. and Sablna R. Surryhne to Jame* H.
and Anna. Huffman, lot on NW line of Athens
etrf-et. 250 NE of Persia avenue. NE 50 by
NW 100. fclock 64. ExceMor Homestead: $10.
Jeanette Walther to Wtnthrop J. Flfleld. rot
en S line of Huron and Sherman avenues, SW
160. SE 261. NE Ids. NW 322. lot 1. block 20.
Sears' subdivision. West End map 2: $10.
\. S. and Nellie A. Groth to B. F. Rector,
tide land, tlock 745; $10.
S. E. Blakely to John Dougherty, lots 2746.
2477. 2493. 2494. Gift map 4; $10.
George Dante to ilary E. Clark, lot on N 1
line. of Holloway avenue. 100 W of Brighton.
W 50 by N 100. lots 5 and 6. block 4, Lak»
vlew; ?OCO.
Builder** Contracts. '
California Title Insurance and Trust Com
pany lotvners) with Sullivan Contracting Com
pany (contractors), architect Natbanlal Blaia
dell — Excavation and grading of lot and side
walk areas 1 for a class A 11-stcry and base
ment building on N line of California street.
87 :« Wof Sansome. W4sby N 124; $SSOO.
Katherlne Schneider (owner) with'J. Kosch
nltzi & Cro. (contractors), architect Theo. W.
' Lorenzen — All work for a two-story frame
building with concrete foundation on W line of
• Octavia street, 123 N of Vallejo, 25 by 124;
William and Norma E. Short (ownera) wtth>
Cobby & Hansen (contractors), architect A: W.
Smith — All work for a two-story and basement
frame building on E line of Sanchez street. 23
X of Nineteenth, E 100 by N 25. Mission Block
80; $33C0:
Eliza Swift (owner) with Frank P. Lansing
(contractor). archttect — All work for a
two-story frame building on SW corner of
Nineteenth street and San Carlos avenue, W
37 :« by S 85, Mission Block 67; $3092.
San Francisco Development Company (own
\u25a0 ers) with Cahill Hall Elevator Company (con
( tractors), architects H. H. , Meyers and C. It.
, Ward^ — Elevator work for a four-story brick
building on the NE corner of Fifteenth and
Kan«»as streets, E 200 by N ICO, P. N. 130;
ffciOO. .
I Same owners with Joshua & Hendy Machine
Works (contractors), architects same — Electric
' wiring, switches, conduits, etc., for same on
same; $7SO. '
Same owners with Knowles & Reichtey (con
tractors), architects tame- All carpenur ana
mill work, glass glazing, hardware. Ironwork,
painting whitewashing, stairs for same on
same: $26.02CT
game owners with The M. Levy Company
(contractors), architects same — plumbing and
i sewer piping for came on same; $1150.
Same owners with H. H. Larsen & Bros*,
(contractors), architects same — Brick work,
cementing, cast iron, wrought Iron and steel
work. «tc. for same on same; $16,980.
Same owners with Keatlnge & Leonard (con
tractors), .architects name — Concrete work, ex
cavating, pumping, filling, cementing and ready
£cr brick wall for jam* on same; $II,OCO.
Same owners with John Doe (contractor),
architects same — Roofing for same on same;
$730.
C. O. G. Miller (owaer) with W. F. Wilson
Company (contractors), architects Bliss & Fa
vitle — Plumbing. ga» piping, plate warmers.
etc.. for building on SW corner of Paclfle ave
nue and Baker street. 66 by 12T:3*i; $2762.
San Francisco Fre* Market* Company lovrn
ers) with Daniel O'Day »contraetor>. archttect
C AH wcrk for a (style of building not
given) on W Valencia street. IW S of Four
teenth. S 325 W " SCO. N 33, E 42. N 203. E
416: also on N Un« of 15th. N> X of Guerrero.
N 65. E 3J*. SE 15. W. 27. ,M. B. 29; also on
E line of Guerrero. 175 N of 15th. X 162:«. E
1S."»:6. PW 162. \V lit. M. B. 2»; $5550. -
Pacific Cereal Association fowners) with
Heal y & Tlbbltt* Construction Company (con
tractors), architect C. A. Meuswdorffer — Piling
for mill building on N Bay street. 100 E of
Taylor. B 37:6 by N 275; $— . • •
Same owner with Kern Bros, (contractors*,
architect tarne — Excavation, concrete brick.
Iron, carpenter and \u25a0 mil] work, hardware. \u25a0 tin
and galvanized Iron work. . roofln*. glazing,
painting. • plumbing for a four-story and base
meat brick mill building ami a two-storyand
haswment frame warehouse buildlag on same:
S2S.SSO.
SBARBORO WILL PROMOTE CALIFOR
NIA.—At the regular monthly meeting of. th»
California Promotion Committee yesterday
Andre* Sbor boxo was appointed special com
mlxolontr to the Milan Exposition, which Is
to be held In commemoration of the open Ins
of the Slmplon tunnel. Mr. Sbarboro will take
with him an album of California > photograph*,
which U sent to- the exposition by the com
mittee, and win also take with him a num
ber or lantern \u25a0l!de»-,whlch •he will us* to U
tu*trat«; lecture* which be will jlvt la 'four
languages at- the exposlUoa.

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