\u25a0 Pardee Crosses Bay to Inspect
•'. the City Ruins and Refuge
..;;. . Camps,'
: Says San Francisco Will Rise
-Again to Her Position of
Entire State in Sympathy With
Municipality in Hour of
" wf vernor Pardee made his first a^-
Pv^nince since the earthquake in San
Francisco yesterday, although he had
been in. Oakland since Thursday even
ing. During that time he had been
•working: in Mayor Mott's office at the
City. Hall from fifteen to eighteen
liours a- da!y. \u2666
.Yesterday ' morning, after three
hours' sleep, he crossed -the bay and
vent back late in the afternoon.
" "San Francisco has been visited by
a great disaster," he said. "So man
c&n- tell the extent of the suffering
and the. lass of property. But I be-
HeVe that San Francisco will arise
again, and it will be the city beautiful
as well as commercial. The great civic
bodies had plans for a beautiful city,
but they had difficulties. There is no£
<r. difficulty naw save the means to ac
cornplish the project. San Franeiscco
will, -be restored." and Oakland — there
is nothing too great for Oakland.
"'But at present we have a common
ca.use — San' Francisco^ Oakland and
the State. "We renew our belief in hu-,
xn&n, nature when we hear the words of
condolence and the offers of assistance
t}iat come from those who have no
otKer interest than that of the broth
erhood of mankind."
SHE T.OST LOR ETTA.
.XEW YORK. April 21.— Sergeart
Ylerney, of the East One Hundred and
Twenty-sixth street police station.
• laboriously working on a set of "44 ? 5"
,- report, looked up from his work yes
terday afternoon, when a well-dressed
: - "woman rushed up to the desk and,
' leaning her head on the rail, began
" ." .-. "'Sergeant." she cried, "have you. oh.
"iiave you seen ray L<oretta? She's
pone — she's .kidnaped — some one has
' .gtoLen Her. Oh. oh. oh!"
' .Scenting a Black Hanti and being
* naturally sympathetic, the sergeant
. "rang up two reserves, while he began
.a 'to. "mnke ready for a general alarm.
- *When was she stolen?" "he asked,
• injecting a note of sympathy into his
• vt>ice. _- •/-" '
'•' . "We-e-d-nes-da-a-y mor-pr-o-ning"
\ . "Hm — you're a little slow**about re-
porting it. but maybe you thought she
"went to the home of her aunt."
* *- '•'What's that?" asked the woman,;
""•gabbing a handkerchief into one cor-
Ptier of her eye. "I don't think Loretta
Ha dan aunt 'here. I ne-v-ver heard
: '.of it before Oh — oh, I know she is
' .'"Madam, what was the full name of
the little lost one?"
• . "Lorptta."
. ' "Full name?"
. • *'That's all; sir."
'.'Foundling, maybe," thought the
"How old was she?"
.' "About seven years."
' - "What colored hairT*
""It wasnt .aair. but it was red— a
beautiful- crimson red."
"It's easy," thought the sergeant.
"What colored eyes?"
'"Sometimes they were yellow, and
sometimes they were amber— oh, oh!"
- "Funny looking "kid,"* commented
the sergeant, .'getting interested.
"What shaped nose?"
' .- "Why, hooked, of course, almost In
accrescent — oh, oh!"
"Madatn," exclaimed the sergeant,
trying to picture a lost Loretta with
crimson hair, yellow eyes and a cres
cent' nose, "you must stop crying. Just
wait a minute!" and he called out two
•jnore- of the reserves.
"What distinguishing marks "T
"Sergeant," sobbed the woman, "she
had the loveliest green tips and little
* : spots of red on her legs."
ifc- The woman couldn't talk for sob
•bms. then, while the four reserves
waitng to take. up the search began to
I breathe iiard.
•."Madam," h« said, hoarsely, "Calm
yourself. What is this you .are de
scribing to me? A freak? Are you
era— T..U : .
"jCo, sir," exclaimed the woman, in
" dignantly. "My Loretta a freak? I
never! " n
The sergeant apologized. "Madam,
: he said, treriiulously. "are you the
parent of the lost one?"
"\u25a0*'- The woman forgot to cry, and
sniffed, "Why, are you crazy? Certain
' ly not!"
"Who is .or was — what nationality
I "was r.he ?"
-* "Jiow should I ' know — she spoke
English, German and Spanish — I never
irtqulred about her parentage; I bought
her from a sailor."
The reserve was by this toe blue in
the face, and the sergeant had a wild
look. "Madam," he asked, trembling
-Ly, "what Is .this thing you have lost?
Iyrbat is Loretta?"
. -"Why, lioretta is my parrot," came
wftb fresh tears. "The dearest, love
liest in all the -world."
•After nerves had been calmed about
the place the woman said she was
Miss Esther Plumb of No. 2055 Lexing
ton avenue, and on the roof on
Wednesday forenoon Loretta, after a
strong criticism of the weather in her
three lang-uages, had flown away. Miss
Plumb said she had < printed handbills
distributed all yesterday in vain.
Killed With a Hatpin.
'. -OMAHA, April 21.— Mrs. Lizzie Daw
son of Philadelphia .en route home
from Los Angeles with her little son,
etbbed herself with a • hatpin on' the
train, and died hem a few minutes
later, because she was. crazed by ' the
sudden change of altitude, and was
dying of consumption. \
. A BARON'B FALSE ARM.
\u25a0 NEW YORK. April 2L— Being now
without any arms to speak* of, Baron
London Bayastro de Cortazzi has to
pay in advance at all - the boarding
houses and hotels to which he applies.
( His -left arm- was taken -away- from
him in West Forty-third street. :It is
there with his' trunk. His heart is in
Egypt, where he would like to be, and
through various legal complications
he has nearly lost his head. As mat
ters stand now he declares that his
neck has felt the heel of the oppres
sor and that he finds not more joy in
living in the United States.
His missing arm was literally talked
away from him, for in an argument
about a board bill alleged to be unpaid
he became so distracted that he went
away without it The proprietor of the
Graystone Hotel, at No. 203 West For
ty-third street, still has it, and in ad
dition to -that he had the Baron ar
rested for trying to get it again.
Probably no better left arm can be
found in this country than the one
I which the Baron had. It is almost
human, although it is made of papier
mache. aluminum, steel and wax. Ever
since he was obliged to part with it the
Baron has been in difficulties. The
hand of it .could, twirl a cigarette,
write checks and carry a cane. One
of the most skilled manufacturers of
Egypt made it, and hardly had its
owner been fn this country a week be
fore a man offered him $100 more than
it had originally cost. On account of
} the educated digits on the end, the
! Baron always used this arm for shak
ing hands, as his right member is not
as strong as it might be.
He appeared yesterday afternoon in
the Tombs Police Court to answer to
the charge made against him by an
obdurate hotel keeper. He was almost
in tears as he spoke of the hardness
of heart which he had found in this
country, and he has told his woes to
the Egyptian Consul.
"Never," said he, "have I heard that
a man's arm was part of his luggage.
It is indispensable that I have it. I
find difficulty in going about from
place to place and in making a credita
Baron Cortaizi has of late been in
volved in a series of misfortunes. In
addition to his own troubles he has
had a large share of those of others.
He was summoned as a witness be-
I fore the Coroner in the inquest over
! Mrs. Dennis, who die<3 in a mysterious
j manner at the Hotel Marseilles.
But to all these" conditions the
Baron says if they will g've him his
good left arm he will rise superior.
His father has large estates near Alex
andria and to him the Barori has ca
bled for a remittance. Meanwhile he
has been paroled in the charge of his
counsel, Charles B. Howe, on his prom
ies to appear next Monday afternoon
in the Center-street Police Court.
SAYS CANCER CAN BE CURED.
ALBANY. X.V.. April 21.— As a re
sult of experiments which are now be
ing- made in the Cancer Laboratory at
Buffalo the medical experts of that in
stitution are encouraged in the belief
that a specific cure for cancer will soon
be discovered. In his annual report to
the State Commissioner of Health Dr.
Harvey R. Gaylord, director of th«
laboratory, says the experiments indi
cate the. existence of immune forces
antagonistic to cancer, and adds: "V*
"However., deop the skepticism - may
be regarding- the spontaneous cure of
human carcinoma, and this skepticism
is certainly widespread, there is absq
lutely no doubt of the occurrence of
spontaneous cure in mice with cancer,
no less than 101 clearly defined cases
having been under our observation dur
ing the "year."
Up to January 1 the laboratory had
employed 3.500 mice for experimental
purposes. Of these 2.500 received in
jections of materials derived from the
Jensen tumor and 550 fatal tumors
were developed. Healthy mice have
been placed In the same cage- with*
those which were inoculated, and there
is reason to believe that some of the
healthy animals have become infected.
It is shown that spontaneous recovery
diminishes with the increasing age and !
dimensions of the tumors, and there is
also evidence that the chance of re
covery is greater when the growth of
the tumor is slower.
Spontaneous cure occurred in about
23 per cent of the inoculated animals.
The frequency of the occurrence, Dr.
Gaylord says, suggests that it may be
more frequent in human beings than
is generally supposed.
"The occurrence of spontaneous re
coveries from cancer, indicating the
existence of immune forces capable of
terminating the disease demonstrate
that cancer is not necessarily incur
able," the report continues, "and should
serve as an additional stimulus to-re
search directed toward the discovery
of a serum therapeutic treatment."
Accompanying the report is a state- [
ment made by Dr. H. G. Matinger. who
has visited several localities of this
state where, it is said, an unusually
large number of cases of cancer have
been discovered. \u25a0\u25a0-'- -\u25a0:.->
One physician called on by Dr. Mat
zing had treated 300 cases in twenty
years. In his opinion there is no doubt
that the number of cases of cancer is
rapidly increasing. Dr. Matzinger de
scribes the physical conditions of the
country where- cases have been prev
alent. He finds that In each locality
there is considerable dampness, and
states conditions which indicate that
the soil has some connection with the
occurrence of the disease.
SAYS HIS BCDY IS DEAD.
ATLANTA, Ga., April 21.— Believing
that he died last Thursday and that he
13 no more of this world, Alonzo Jones
asked the police to lock him in a cell,
and was accommodated. -
"I want you to lock roe up," said
Jones. " lam a dead man as far as
this world Is concerned. I laid down
on my bed last Thursday and died. I
have here a body of flesh and bone, but
it is a dead body. lam no more of
this world. I can do the world no mor.e
good and I want to be locked up. Ever
since I died I have been led by a
spirit." . . \u25a0
Jones kept repeating after being
locked up, "I am dead in the flesh, but
lam pure in spirit." Friends of the
young man say that he has done noth
. ing but study religion since the -first
An Army at Burlinsame.
Fifty thousand persons are encamped near
Burlingame ia tents, made principally of blan
kets and * sheets. James D. Pbelan visited the
camp yesterday and reports that every one
he met seemed cheerful and bopfal."' "We now
feel like pioneers in a new land," said- Mr..
Phelan. • "We realize that we "are all .on" -a
common level and that the spirit of fraternity,
and helpfulness that has ' grown out of our
calamity is worth more to us than many, mil
lions if «"••— t
'.THE f APRIL .22, 1906.
SETTLEMENT IS MADE,- /^
\u25a0 IN THE McVICKER CASE
End Is Reached of Famous Case in the
Courts of Chicago.
! CHICAGO, i AprU : 21.--A| settlement
Wvas made In Judgir'McEwen's court to
iday in the* liUgation. :jay t which Mrs.
jMlnnle H. Effeyv \u25a0 isougrht ; to* hav£
set aside the will left her by Mrs. Har
riet G. McVicker, who died nearly two
years ago at > Pasadena. Mrs. . Effey,
who is a niece,' gets $17,500 of the
$270,000 estate. . . \u0084
Attorney L. D. Condee explained to
the court that in the c~ n nt of a trial
the name of McVicker might suffer.
; J"lt is possible, charges, would, be
maae to the eftect that .Horace Mc-
Vicker was an illegitimate son of Mrs.
Harriet G. McVicker, whereas he is her
stepson," said the lawyer. ..;. '-. •...•"
Attorney Condee explained to* the
court that Horace McVicker is the son
of James H. McVicker and Anna Lev
ering McVickei, the divorced wife of
the builder of McVicker's Theater.
Dr. I* C. H. E. Zeigler, who attended
Mrs. McVicker in California for more
tl.an two years before her death, pre
sented a claim in the Probate Court'
against the estate for 5100,000. This
was later reduced by Judge Cutting to
$10,000. ' . • \u25a0 ... .;\u25a0\u25a0-•\u25a0
Raising Funds for Church.
A new n.ethod of raising funds for
the erection of a church is furnished
ty a native Chinese in Chefoo, a Tao
ist monk or priest, who. came down
from Chin?nfu to c-llect money. .The
Incident is related by Rev. W. O. Elter
ich, a Presbyterian missionary in Chi
na, who, n the Boston Transcript, says
that the monk made a vow not to eat,
drink, speak or sleep until he had se
cure"d enough money to erect a temple
to his gods. He lived In a cage, or Ut
tle wooden box, which was stationed
outside of the poorhouse in the native
The cage resembles a pigeon cote
with an opening of a few square indies
to admit sufficient air to keep the fel
low from suffocating. Through all the
four walls of his house iron nails about
ten Inches long had been driven at an
elevation even with the man's eyes.
The long sharp prongs surrounded his
head like a halo, the points of the
nails being only an inch or so from his
skull. They would certainly remind the
fanatic should he' become drowsy: *
So far as could be seen,, there was.
but one door in the cage- 1 and'thathad
been nailed up when the "saint" en
tered. Besides this, the lock was sealed
with paper covered with Chinese char
acters. When Mr. Elterich told of the
matter the man had passed, seven
nights and days in the cage, without
touching food and without sleep. He
looked sickly and much worn out, and
spectators were inclined to believe that
if he continued his task he would not
have much chance of surviving to see
his temple erected. In front of the
cage was a basket in which^ offerings
were deposited, as well as a book in
which donors might inscribe their
The Union Trust Company's building
: at~Montgomery- and Market . streets is
in much better condition than
was believed, and President He llman
expects to resume business there very
.NE.W YORK, .April 21.— Orders «*!*£
sell tickets to immigrants who may desire io
go to San Francisco were received today by
the New' York immigration officials from Sec
retary Metcalf of the Department of Com
merce and Labor.
GREENSBORO, N. C April 21.— Judge
Goff yesterday took the case agrainst Represen
tative Blackburn from the jury and ordered
a verdict of not guilty. . . \u0084 ,
Willie, ask papa to sell his office desk to, H.
Schellhaas, Oakland. .- - 7- •\u25a0-.•.-.\u25a0<\u25a0\u25a0.. ,
DIED. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-: I' " ' .;V, ; A
BROWN — In Chicago, April \u25a0 IS." 1906, Horace
F. Brown, a native of Michigan, aged 65
years 8 months 29 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend • funeral services Sunday
afternoon, April 22, 1906, at 2 :30 o'clock,
from family residence, 130 Ninth St., Oak
land. Interment private.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL
JOHN D. SPRECKELS...I.ProprfetoV
JOHN McNAUGHT;-. ...Manager
C. J. OWEN.. .Business Manager
TEMPORARY OfflCE, 1651 f ILLMORE ST,
CHURCH of the Advent (Episcopal) Sun-
day services — Masses at 8 and 10 a. m.;'
prayer at 4p. m. ; in open arr corner Buch-
anan and Hermann sts. .
MEETING NOTICES. ~ . \u25a0
Native Sons of the West— A special
meeting of all members of the order in '
this city is" hereby called for TO-DAY
(Sunday), April 22, 1906,' at 10 o'clock
sharp, at California Hall, Clay St., bet 10th
and 1 lth ; all members requested to be
present By order! of \u25a0 " ..
R. W.. CHURCH,- Chairman, .
D. W.'DOODY, 'Secretary,
Native Sons' Relief Committee. SI,
SAN *FRAN CISCO Lodge Na- 3, B. P. O.
Elks — Headquarters • established 2240 Bush
et, near Fillmore ;'\u25a0 members please; report
for relief work. '.\u25a0-.. • ;'^
•T. W.HICKEY, Exalted Ruler.
• HERMAN KOHN, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TAKE NOTICE!
California Lodge will hold meeting at 2425
Sutter st. at-1 p. m._ Sunday, April 22. All
Knights please attend.
'J. J..NEUENBURG, C. C
Amagalmated Carpenters, _ Branch ; No. , 2— All
members of the above society can communi-
cate with the secretary at ,887* Fulton st. ..
• THOMAS HORROCKS, Secretary.
Ancient Order of Foresters — Headquarters
changed from 102 6'Farrcll st, San Fran-'
cisco, to 1220 Webster st, Oakland, Cal. J.
FALCONER.I Permanent Secretary. ,^ ;i ;
San ; Francisco.' Planing.. Mill owners '.'are; noti-
fied to meet at-' 1 632 ' Steiner st. at 2 p. m.
SUNDAY, April :22.»: 22.» ANDREW WILKLE.
: . BUS! N ESS NOTICES.
R. L- TOPLITZ, formerly 545-547 MarkeTst;
- has opened temporary " office : S. , W. corner
Fillmore and .California sts., in\ Edwin Val.
Schmidt's pharmacy. • --^
JOSEPH B. TOPLITZ, formerly. 33o Pine'st.,
'. -'\u25a0 has . opened ; temporary* office' S. W. , corner
Fillmore and California sts., in Edwin * x Val
Schmidt's, pharmacy. ,'-..._--, j ;\u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0.: ;\u25a0£>'-
DR. X. D0DEL.,1519 Golden Gate av-e.;
The San Francisco Gall has established headquarters at 1851 Fiftmtnre
street, between Post and Geary streets. Within a day arrangements will be
completed by which the carriers will distribute THE GALL , to all parts of
fhb city. Thdregolar business of tha paper will be conducted from the
new headquarters until further nsf see.
SPECIAL NOTICES. V .
NOTICE TO\u0094 PUBLIC.
' . .Commencing.. at once all telegrams ad-
dressed to San Francisco,, except' for parties.
: known to be located in undestroyed district,
j will be offered for delivery at Oakland main
• office, 1062 Broadway. . ..
' THE -WESTERN 'UNION, -TEL. 'CO.
\u25a0 •- HELP WANTED— MALE. y
A — Pacifiic Coast Contractors' Empt. Agency.
CUTTING & GUNN,- late of 635 Washing-
ton st, San Francisco, have located offices
\u25a0 at 414 7th st, Oakland, CaL, phone Oakland
3273.; where' unemployed can find work; 'em-
ployers phone or call if wanting . help. . .
Wanted — Well borer with outfit to bore or
drive well. Inlaid Floor Co., 18th and Har-
rison st, S. F.
MEYERS & WARD, architects, offices S. F.
951 Eddy st. ; Oakland, 1 4th and Webster
sts. ; will our draftsmen please report
MRS. ..MARY FALKE can find HENRY
FALKK 958 56th st, Golden Gate, Oakland.
MAY O'HAIR — Come to Alameda County
Jail with Martha. FRANK.
C B. HUBBARD, 1814 Washington st. S. F.,'
am at Albany Hotel, Oakland. W. L. Fox."
CHARLES LYNBERY— Attention!— MRS.
E. W. LYNBERY : is safe at 2624 Charming
" way, Berkeley."
CHARLES METZNER, 467 10th st, Oakland
H. W. LITTLEWOOD and wife, J. M. Me-
FARLAND, WM. GROAT and wife— Come
over at once or communicate, with J. D.
McFarland Jr., Fruitvale.
MRS. EVA BEATTY of 832 California st
is at Fort Mason Hospital. *
DR.. JOHN R. . H AYNES is ' requested to see
t .MISS iIERRICK,,who is' very ill at 2239
Telegraph aye., Berkeley.
MRS. GEO. H. FREEMAN— I am in Oak-
1 land, address me care Wells, Fargo & Co.,
or 642 12th st. GEO. H. FREEMAN.
ALFRED H. ROSS, 781 Mission st, S. . F.,
at 377 12th, st, Pj-thian Hall, Lucas Tribe,
I. O. R. M., Oakland.
MRS IRA D. WINES arid daughter are at
• 1379 J4 sth ave':,' Oakland. : \u25a0 .' .»
AVill MILTON C. 11ALL; Sari Francisco,
communicate ' FRANK -S.-WHEDON; 633
San Pablo aye., Oakland. \u25a0 " "• •
EUGENE O'CONNELL, 146 5tH st, San
-Francisco, can •be found at or address .
Pythian Hall, 377 12th st.,- Oakland, care
Imp. Order Red Men,
CALEGARIS, ARNOLD, safe at 1534 Green
: st, S.F.; all well.,^ '\u25a0 ;.
MRS. REKA! JACOBS and Mr! and Mrs.
: • Murphy,' please come to : Bessie Moyei-son •
STELLA JURGENSEN communicate with
your mother at 525 Park ay., East Oakland.
MRS. FRED DALE WOOD, Mrs. G. A.
Head aad Mrs." Robert Welch will find their
husbands at Boulevard pharmacy, on 'Ful-
ton st, near panhandle, or Chamber "of
' Commerce, or Athens Hotel, Oakland."
WILL A. DOWER of Calaveras County wants
\u25a0to know * whereabouts of his sister, MRS.
. E: B. WHITE; leave information with Of-.
•See R. V. .McSORLEY, 118S E. 22d st,
• 'Oakland. . , ;•. .. : v
F. G. LEYLAND call at sth and Castro sts.,
Oakland. W. A. OLSEN. \u25a0"
JOHN W.'TRUXAW wiU find his father at
1625 15th st, Oakland.
Inquire at Touraine Hotel for. REGINALD
TRAVERS. \u0084 • "-:-!.' V . ; ]\u25a0 1 ,
MRS. TAUFENBACH and son. LESLIE or
AMY HAEHL go to MRS. CULLEN'S,
1219 11th aye., Oakland.
CHAS.' D. STAPLES would like to hear from
FRANK A. STAPLES and family. Ad-
dress box 6372, Call office, Oakland.
Information wanted of HANS DREWS by
PAUL UHLMAN, box 6373, Call office.
MISS DORA SHEEHAN, address ;.W. A.
MASSEY, 38 Bthst; care Ben-Haas.-
DAN and ANNIE are all right in ' Oakland
and Berkeley. "- :
CARRIE - LATARON 'or t ROB CUYLER
GEORGE is at 425 15th st, Oakland.
CLARA SARGENT will " find Maurice . 7th
and : Broadway ; all rest all/right. Maurice.
KRAUHNKOFF and GRIDNEFF at 2415
Green st,. S. -F.
MR. C LAWSON.Iate of 53 llth^st, S. F.,
is "now at 725 Delaware st., West 1 Berkeley^
MRS. D. J. PONDER will please notHy 623
Adeline st" of her whereabouts. . -.y'J- }t/U,
MRS. HELEN REED of 413 Mason st, S.
F., is , at : Vendome,- 5 10 9th st., Oakland. -.
MRS. LOUDINE GIANNINI of 921^ Jack-
' son- st,- in rear, stopping at 557 ; 31st ; st,
Oakland. ;/f ; *
DR. ALMON COOPER. Metropole Hotel,
Oakland, looking for ;MRS.C T.. CUTTER,
Imperial: apartments, 841\ Sutter, st.; Ray-
\u25a0 ; mond . excursionist. ••\u25a0 ;;•;\u25a0•' -'-•\u25a0•-\u25a0 ..._
C.G. 8R0WN, '522 HilPst. S.;F., wiU.find
CONSTANCE BLAKESLEE at : 510 ; 9th
: st? f . Oakland., ;v , "..-.. >;}^2
MRS. BELL. RUSH will please write MRS.
EDNA" RONEY, .generaI delivery, Oakland.
Dear ROSE— Let ime . know i. where I you- , are.
\u25a0 MISSHENRY, or box. 6371,, Ca11; Oakland.
Louis : couturier ;wm. m. ,:lacey,
MINNIE B. ; DREISBACK,; HIRAM P.
• DOLE, GEO.; H. "MATHER can '.hear', from
V 'friends^' by",' sending* addres's^to- CHAS. E.
\u25a0JMOdREVICare" .Elks' ;Hall. ;^.^. ;^ ; '^l'/j
MRS: CECILIA- M.v LUTTRELL 1 cdnimuni-
; cate with CARY HOWARD, Oakland.
1^- PERSONALS — Continued.
MRS. LUCY HILL, 2244 Ventura St., Fresno,
wants information of her two sisters, JOSE-
' PHI NE and FLORENCE MARKWOOD,
wlio were at 209 Turk street before the fire.
MRS. BELL PARKER and family will please
1 report to friends, MRS.' MALINDA GOLD-
SON, 1014 Broadway, Oakland, as soon as
jfTo know whereabouts of the children of SR.
RAMON CORRAL. Vice President of Mex-
ico ; they lived with Miss < P. VELASCO,
1214 A Mason st ; notify F. E. MONTE-
VERDE JR., care Union Savings Bank,
MISS BIRDIE O'DONNELL send present
address to 2041 Adeline st, Oakland. JACK
Will MRS HARRY NEWHOFF send ad-
dress to husband, Masonic Temple, Oakland.
L. H. TURNER— Can't you bring the folks
across to our place ; provisions and plenty
of room for you ; Sant and baby all O K.
REV. WILLIAM RADER, 1908 Central
Notice— RAYMOND & WHITCOMB pas-
sengers — Mr. Cooke may be found at the
station masters' office on Oakland mole.
H. C HINCKEN, send, baby to church, 12th
st; are all safe. MRS J. L. CONE.
MRS. .W. A. BO LAND and daughters- i will
find WORRALL WILSON, care Prof. Thos.
R. Bacon, Berkeley. : ..
THEO. TREYER. the wigmaker, of 331 Kear-
ny st, S. F., can be found at his residence,
842 52d st, bet Grove and Genoa, Oakland.
HAROLD BROCKELBANK can be located
at 2115 Buena Vista* aye., Alanaeda.
MR. LOUIS PAPE or MRS- A. J. EATON
or JULIE DEPAR come to 524'23d st;
Oakland ; we cannot reach you ; telegram
sent East; received your letter. , -. '
MRS. F. A. WATERHOUSE or MRS. B. F.
ROBERTS, lif1 if possible communicate with
D. E. HALL at 1720 Willow st, Alameda.
MRS. TISSE FRANCIS wants to locate
FRANK FRANCIS. Address ' box 6368,
Call- office, Oakland. -
ERICK BORMAN and family, also P. M.,
come to Lorin, S. Berkeley, at once; room.
CLARA ANDERSON. \u0084. .'
MR.' ORBISON \ and LOUISE WAIT will
find F." A. CORNELL at the new Tribune
bldg., Oakland. . • , •.
LEWIS C. CLARK 'of San Francisco, com-
municate with CARY HOWARD, Oakland.
PARR— Any relative of W. J. PARR in need
of shelter come to his home, Fruitvale.
Any one knowing whereabouts of AtRS. - E.
REARDON please communicate with F. J.
REARDON, Hotel CrelUn. v .:..
MISS JENNIE EDMUNDS, 1234 Post st,
would confer a favor by writing to j 756
11th St., Oakland.
Moore & Scott Iron Works office established
at 412 .Main st, San Francisco. :i'.
Will Dr. WHITE WOLFER, Mrs. E. NOEL
let Van D. SPALDING know where they
are. ) 592 Sycamore st, Oakland.
To McCASKEY, register salesmen,-- W. Al
HAWLEY opened office at > 2126 Blake?st,'
Berkeley; come, at once. .." \u25a0.'.'.'•
WAISS, SARAH— Your husfcand, MILTON,
waits you at Spear's shoe store, Ashby Sta-
tion, Berkeley. j . \u0084..,-...,..
DR. VAN TASSELL is at Hotel Albank,
Oakland; relatives send word.
MRS. FRANK I. TOWLE.wiU find her hus-
band at 640 Oakland aye., Oakland; tele-
phone Oakland 4153.
If you know where I can find DR. M.
HERZSTEIN of the Waldeck Hospital,
- San Francisco, or any of his assistants,
please telephone 4153 or address 649 Oak-
land aye. ; I am ' desirous of learning the
whereabouts of my. wife and two children.-
FRANK I. TOWLE. , V
FRANK AJELLO of 581 Merrimac st, Oak-
land, wants to •' know the whereabouts of
MRS.- O. M. ROBINSON and- husband,
' Wm. M. HARRIS, Supervisor ; F. G. RED-
DING, cashier ; G. B. CEVASCO and E.
J. CEVASCO. and family and'L. DE MAR-
TINI and family.. : .....„;__
Mr and Mrs. JIM DAY and daughter DICY
and any one : from .Boieman,, Mont, wanted
at MRS.' SKIDMORE'S, 1023 Linden st,
ISABELLE HENDERSON may find H. H.
at box 6370, Call office, Oakland," until Sun-
day evenin.' Return to Manhattan Sunday
MRS.- WILL ABRAMS, "notify WILL
! ABRAMS of your address. 1473 Adeline
Friends and' relatives can find EVA and ROSE
BLAINE at 960 '41st st, Oakland.
MRS. E. S. MOORE, 1112 2d avt^, E. Oak-
.; laud, . would like to hear from MRS. E- L.
BAILHACHE and MRS. MARY DAVENr
PORT of San Francisco.
H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO^ employes
in Oakland and "vicinity • are, requested to
| report.at KREISS &,'HORSEWELLV 1070
Broadway, .or F.Malloy's 2107 Vallejo st,
San Francisco, at once. WM. T. BUTLER,
.for C B. Manville. , .
MRS. G. F. SPENCER >ick at Cadet Ar-
' mbry, 15th st., : Oakland ; is very desirous- to
communicate' with* her •husband.' 1 - *,
MRS. C L> JACKSON and daughter will find
• MRS.; DORA E. DAVIS and son at Wen-
\u25a0'=\u25a0 'dome; Hotel; Oakland. 1 ., -• j ',- ; :'.
E. , F. McKITTRICK: and - son . and , Mr.^'and
} Mrs. 'tIIOS-'FAY," come to Fresno'soon a^s
- possible'; > communicate r at .once. r . MR and
i^MRS.';.W/G.-."r'*-v'. :•-*.".• X '-'t \u0084":." -^'... ;. : : : ."'.;,
| MRS. 'DORA GALBRAITH arid son are 'at
| 1922 Oxford »t,' Berkeley. ' .
Information wanted concerning Misses ISA
and LULU JOHNSTON, who were at 694
Sutter st, S. F.
MRS. and MR. J. HUDSPEATH at 1800
Stuart st, Berkeley.
MRS. PHOEBE HILLCOURT wants- infor-
mation concerning . WM. A. McDOWELL
W. H. LUDDY of Emeryville wants infor-
mation concerning DAVID S. LUDDY of
H. V. THOMAS and T. K. PETERS at 1259
Park st, Alameda. .
DR. H. N.. FREIMAN, 407 12th st. Oakland,
\u25a0 desires information of his wife, who resided
' at 1811 Mission st
Friends and relatives can find MORRIS
CARO at 815 Grove st, Oakland.
\u25a0 * . \u25a0 • •
TO OUR CUSTOMERS:
Our building and stock not seriously dam-
aged, but no goods can be sold at present
except on orders from the military and relief
authorities. Due notice of resumption of
business on usual lines ' will be given
• thrjough the press. Pacific Coast papers
I- .-(Signed) J. A. FOLGER & CO.
: 'X-:. _-, '„. \, NOTICE t
? -.; General Construction Department
j Western Pacific Railway Company, former-
; .ly iocated in Safe Deposit building, S. F.,
. .are. now in. room 2, Abraharason building,.
Oakland. Yours truly,
H. M. McCARTY, Principal Asst Eng.
1 will take a few patients in my own home,
I^4l sth aye., East Oakland; terms $25 a
week, board and room and attendance. F. G.
DE STONE, M. D. X v~
PACIFIC COAST OIL CO.,
" Office and Headquarters 1028 10th st,
I Oakland. .\u25a0-<•-.:.-.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY, ~
7-;Officc and headquarters, 1160 Broadway,
i MRS. ANNIE J. FORD, 129 sth st, S. F.,
please send present address. Box 6375, Call
MISS HART of 536 Geary st, "write me
quickly. JOHNNIE L- JANES, box 6374,
Call office, Oakland.
GEORGE LEWIS of Shreve & Co.. San i
Francisco,' is"" requested" to" cable his mother
at Monte Carlo immediately.
LOUISE S. CUSHING^ — Arrived Albany
Hotel, Oakland, shall go to Fillmore st
Sunday; courage. MILES.
\u25a0 -_ .
For sale — AH kinds of second-hand lumber,
sash, doors, lath and brick. Call and see
us at Hawthorne and Webster sts., Fortin &
Cole; on ground Sunday.
G. ;W.; W.- OWEN^wants address of HORACE
; OWEN and' MRS. CREIGHTON. Ad-
dress 1651 Fillmore st
DAN MciNTYRE, your mother and sis-
ters are lookintt for you. Deer Paddock,
Golden Gate Park.
WARD or JOHNSON. Comrmfhicate with
MEYERS. 2021 Alameda. aye., Alameda,
or care " Veitch, Oakland.
ELMER SCHRAM. Chicago. Send ad-
dress to 1337 Filbert st. Oakland, care
Moffitt Tel. \u25a0 23.18, .. Oakland. J. S. AD-
FOLLETT JONES LEDERER please ad-
| dress me at, 38 19 Grove st, Oakland. MATT
j"J. WINANS. ">>
'MISS EMILY, FINLEY is wanted at 604
17th st by MR- 1 ALVEY MILLER.
J. A,.McELHERN can be located at the Pos-
tal Telegraph office, Oakland.
S. K. OVERGAARD aldress "E. WESTI-
LIUS, 1725.8 th st, West Berkeley.
VEEN, FRANK J.,' and family, communi-
cate with L. H. TWEDE. Berkeley.
L. J. RATTGERS.
Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES SCHMIDT, 1725
fith st. West Berkeley! ,
PATEK "& CO. address E. WESTILIUS,
j !1725 Sth st, : West Berkeley.
FRED MEYERS— Corcorans are all at Idora
Park, Oakland! 1
MRS. J. GLEASON aad children at Idora
Park, Oakland. - :
MRS. WARM BATH and daughters, if in Oak-
land, go at^ once to San Rafael. S. M.
MRS. HOWARD E..LONG HI find her hus-
band at 473 7th st, room 12, Oakland; care
TESSIE: I am at Hotel Tribune, 408 Bth st,
The whereabouts of E. L- HAVES is wanted
by - his brother. Address ERIKSON
COURT, near Post and Davis sts. .
JOHN LYON and wife and sister-in-law — M.
IL. FRAWLEY and .ANDREW PETER-
. -SON are safe; also your 3 trunks. 1651
. , Fillmore st, S. F. , . . .
MRS. EMMA FLOORE wants MRS. NEL-
\u25a0 -LIE HALSEY arid family to come home.
LEE ' FAR NH AM— Wife ' is 'at 1089 McAl-
lister stvnear Webster.
J. A. CAREY and son CEDRIC or. any per-
son knowing, their .whereabouts communicate
'\u25a0at- once with Mrs. Carey, 122 4th «ye., Rich-
. mond 4 District -
MR. HOOPER— W. T. BREENWOOD is at
23d and Castro, sts., with -.hotel bills."
Ml*. GEORGE DAVID SHADBURNE, at-
torney at law., 904 Devisadero st, S. F.
Will MISS GLADYS HOBART send infor^
r mation of . her whereabouts to DR. EDNA
" FIELD, corner of Gowgh and Gearyrsts.
PETER , ' McGO WAN . or family— Come , or
"communicate.^ j.HANNAH McGO WAN, Up-
; ; per , Fruitvale, .Dimond P. O. :
J.':7- -BERNAL 'and'- family at^B4s Harrison
st., Oakland ;* : •-^A^ ; will to ' San
Jose, Monday. „. _ '\u25a0
Relatives at 914 Magnolia st, Oakland, wish
to know if Mrs. C. A. Wright O. K.
Sisters are home waiting for MISS- FRED-
I * .
MISS MAE K. LAWRENCE— Gcace is horn«
M. B. STEWART— Write to F. BLODGETT.
Students Van der Naillen 's School of En- \u25a0
gineering— Report at 51st st and Telegraph.
WiU HATTIE WALTON communicate with
me at headquarters of K. of P. relief com-
mittee. Oakland. JOHN WALTON.
Deliver baggage given at» Polk and Bush
Thursday for 1234 Post st to 404 Ash-
bury st; also laundry from the Maryland,
Post st, Stoneham.
CHICKERING & GREGORY, attorneys at
law of the Mutual Lite Building, San Fran- .
Cisco, announce that they have opened temp-
orary offices at room 90, Bacon Building,
Oakland. ' \u25a0"'-'
SWEDISH Society Relict Bureaus at Pet-
terson's store, 19th st and San Pablo aye., .
and Swedish Church, 10th and Grove sta.
HENRY M. OWENS, attorney at law, tern-
porariry" at 710 Fillmore st
H. L. Judell & Co., formerly 428 Sansome.
temporary office 1701 Buchanan, cor. Post.
Temporary headquarters of the Branswick-
Balke-Collender Co. 20th and Harrison sts.,
Information wanted of MR. REIMERS of!
1821 Ellis st MINNIE McGRETT, 730
3d st, Oakland, Cal.
CHARLES HOWARD would like to know
the whereabouts of MRS. WEBER and
family. Phone Oakland 1321.
NOTICE TO CCSTOMERS— Office of Al
yL Cupmminsr, insurance broker, N. E. cor.
. 28th aye. and East 14th st, Fruitvale. CaL
W.N. DEKKEN, mgr. Gulf Bag Cot, tem-
porarily located 8- Telegraph aye, with W.
Temporary office of WILMERDIN-LOEWC
CO., 1953 Pine st, San Francisco.
Employes Arnstein, Simon & Co. can find
LAWRENCE ARNSTEIN at 1622 Fair-
view aye., and Ludwig Arnstein at 3222
! Pacific Improvement Company's of&ces located
.at 1006 Broadway, Oakland.
The Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred
Heart., on Webster st, Oakland, has been
examined by city inspectors and pronounced
perfectly safe; classes will be resumed oa
Monday, April 23.
PACIFIC COAST DEPT.
NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY
and TEUTONIA INSURANCE CO.
: \u25a0. : NOW LOCATED
464 10th st, Oakland.
ALL P» Delta* Kappa Fraternity men cal! at •
1056 Broadway, Oakland.
CRANE CO. request their teamster* to report
with their teams to Crane Co.'s Oakland
store, 14th and Webster sta.
! E. E. EASTON'S relatives in San Francisco
can re-e«tablish communication with him at
1117 Jefferson st, Oakalnd.
EVE — Where are yoa? Address 562 Joivs
st, Oakland. HERB.
,-:-(J.tt NEWBAUER & CO.
AH employes- please report at once to tern»
porary headquarters, 1914 Sacramento st, S. F.
MRS. SMITH, Apartment 8. Warren — Do yon
know where Mrs. D. of apartment 10 is?
Address 562 Jones st, Oakland.
SARAH ROCKEL — Come to Sullivan's. Am
much worried. AL.
WANTED — Information of Mabel Ray,, who
attended school at Miss West's school, 2C14
Van Ness avei ' Address Dr. C. R. RATf,
care E. B. and A. L. Stone Co.. Oakland.
% MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. .
Our prices the same as ever ; the lowest on
furnf?ure and household articles. Cor. 11th
and Franklin sts., H. SCHELLHAAS. Oak-
For SaTe — A Blickensderfer typewriter; ia
first-class condition. Mrs. Slater, 840
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT
FOR SAN FRANCIbvO BUSINESS MEN. .
Offices, store*, warehouse and factory sites.
A complete list upon application, and will be
glad to help you secure what you need. .
ALBERT S. DAY, ,
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS,
1232 BROADWAY. \u25a0 ' OAKLAND, CAL.
~~ r ~' BELDEN & PERCIVAL.
$285 cash and $24 monthly. — A new, earth-
quake proof 5-roora cottage; centrally located;
no raise in price; grab it qukdc Belden &
Pereival, 1112 Broadway, Oakland.
.FOR SALE OR LEASE. r ~~
House and cottage, 17 rooms, on large lot
in Alameda; fine order; suitable for residence,
school or hospital. .
HELEN L- KELLY CO..
422 10th st, Oakland.
Central Oakland TTact Lots — Residence and
business property for sale by RICHARD J.
MONTGOMERY, Key Route Station. Tele- "
graph a*e. and 40th st. Central Oakland.
$20,000 — Business corner in the heart of towa,
• BAYLEY, 468 11th st.
Open Sunday. • '
- . HOUSES WANTED — OAKLAND.
Wanted — By reliable family -a 7-room fur»r
nished boose* or fiat; prefer "centrally 10-
. cated. .
950 Broadway, coc 9th,
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