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MONEY MUST BE HAD. Continued from Page 1, Column 7. the finance committee. Already $2,300, 000 of the $2,500,000 appropriated by the President for the relief of San Fran cisco has been spent for supplies. ' Taffs reply had a depressing effect on the finance committee. What is needed is money— ready money— and that as quickly as possible. The finance; committee will not rest in the effort to secure financial aid from the Federal Government- The California Representatives in Con gress will be appealed to and no stone -will be left unturned in the effort to make those at Washington understand the absolute, crying need of money. Financial aid from foreign countries will be received by the committee. The Japanese Government, on first hear ing the news of the disaster, offered to send 200,000 yen to aid San Francisco. Yesterday the finance committee was asked in a telegrram from Acting Sec retary of State Bacon if it would ac cept this contribution directly, as the President could not accept it tn the nanve of the United States. The com mittee unanimously voted to accept the money. It will receive any other cash donations from foreign countries in the same manner. Should this money not be absolutely necessary it will be returned to the countries that con tributed it. But a surplus of money is not looked for. The secretary of the Chinese em bassy telegraphed that J40.520 had been \u25a0collected from the different Chinese legations. This money will be turned into the general relief fund.: The Chi nese officials are highly pleased at the way their people are being treated by the relief committee. Dr. Devine of the National Red Cross Society asked that $250 be ap propriated for the establishment of an employment office at the Hearst Gram mar School. This will be conducted under the supervision of State Labor Commissioner Stafford. Dr. Devine ad vocated this on the advice of General Greely. This recommendation was acted upon and the bureau will be In working order in a few days. Teach ers and others who are drawing city pay, though thrown out of employ ment, will act as clerks. Oa suggestion of Dr. Devine $3500 was voted for the establishment of nineteen pnblic dispensaries to be run In connection with the public hos pitals. Drugs for these will be received from the Government. As soon as the drug etores are restocked the . dispensaries will be abolished. These nineteen public hospitals threaten to go out of existence through Jack of funds. A committee is Inves tigating: the Immediate wants of each. The committee voted $3992 for the restoration of St. Luke's Hospital. The total receipts of the finance committee are $71,253.50. Folger & Co. yesterday contributed $5000. QUAKE TERRIFIES MEN IH RAILROAD CUT-OFF TUNNEL The work on the big tunnel at South San Francisco, In the hill on the apex of. which stands the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, was being carried on night and day for the railroad and at the time of the earthquake the entire night force was > still at work. The shake was terrific and put out every light and for a time the men were in capable of action, the fear of each be ing that the tunnel would entomb them* alive, but by almost a miracle no one was injured. All the men escaped alive from the hole In the hill, and but few were bruised. An examination of th* tunnel shows that it was not damaged and work can be continued. The large asylum on top of the hlJl 6tood the shock admirably, very little damage being done." feERNHARDT WILL APPEAR IN "PHEDRE" AT BERKELEY Plans for Performance by Parisian Company at Greek Theater Are To Be Carried Out. BERKELEY. Hay 1. — Sarah Bern hardt, with her company of. Parisian players is to appear in "Phedre" at the Greek Theater, on May 17. Announce ment to this effect was made at Presi dent Wheeler's office today. The musical and dramatic commit tee of the faculty arranged, several months ago, for Bemhardt's appear ance la the Gree^ Theater during May and the original plan is to be carried out, despite the exodus of students from the university and the other un usual conditions created by the earth quake and fire in San Francisco. . O • Headac.-tei and Neuralgia from Colds L&x&tlve Bromo Quinine, the world \u25a0wide Cold and Grip remedy, removes the cause. Call for the full name and look for signature of E. W. Grove. 25c. • We have complete facilities—namely, railway con- nections, bunker privileges, wrecking outfits, steam shovels, tools, implements and teams, enabling us to promptly remove .debris, rubbish, brick and iron, from : your property at reasonable prices. - • THE C.E. LOSS GO,, pi . General Contractors, 1824 POST ST. - - - SAN FRAN CIS<^ H.S. WHITE MACHINERY CO. WRECKING, APPRAISING AND INSTALLING OUR SPECIALTIES. Plenty of Boiler Engines, / Pumps, Pipe, etc. Metals of all kinds bought; spot cash paid for all material. YARDS, COR. NJNTH AND BRYANT San Francisco. Office of Dr. Jordan's Museum of Anatomy Dr. L.J.Jordan 6 Co. (Formerly at 1051 Market SL) Now at 704 BRODERICK ST. Between Fulton and McAllister, San Francisco, Cal. ••"-"'\u25a0\u25a0••• GRIFFIN 6 SHELLEY COMPANY Dried and Canned Fruits Formerly of 182 Market St., 6. F, have established temporary offices at their cannery, located at Emeryville, direct- ly across the 8. P. tracks from the racetrack. Telephone Oakland 296. «C P'mkelspiel $ Sons Temporary Location at 1509 GOUGH STREET, SAN / FRANCISCO, CAL. Address All Communications There. Notice of Permanent Location Here- | V;>' f; after. Pacific Vinegar and Pickle Wcrks Office Business being carried on as usual. : : : Murphy, Grant 6 Co. Have Established Temporary Headquarters at Rooms 21-22 Playter BWg, Cor. 14th md San Pablo Aye., OAKLAND Taylor Style" And- Other Brands of TAYLOR'S ROOFING TIN^ Can Be Furnished Immediately, by WATERHOUSE & PRICE CO. Builders' Exchange, Saa Francisco. Builders' Association; San Francisco. 101 . Telegraph . Aye-, Oakland. . THE I S AN: FRANCISCO ; C ATX, WEDNE9D AY, MA IT 2, 1906. The Northern California Power Company The Nortiiern California Power Comp^hy Will, pay its regular Monthly DXVI- ; . . ! DEND, H0.26i IN COIN, from its - office at thejabove address. Divi- -:.: , . dend payable Monday, April 30tb, \u25a0 .iiIIIB3BBUHHBBS. iil lIB3BBUHHBB5' Jv.-wJ v . -w \u25a0 —7- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0•» wtTr • Edward Wh aley, : H . H. Noble, Secretary . President We Will Buy You r Burned Pianc. Lsd& iOAtfJ i/OUR CAP PJJMO. ifo matter what the injury bu fire or exposure, it is of value to us. piano plates and all metallic parts will be purchased by its and al- lowed for according to their condition. Plates uninjured: by warping are IfOJ SCMP JRQIf. but are valuable lir^rp- portion to their design and pattern, for plates when in good condition an allowance of from $Z5 upward can be made., for pianos damaged bu heat or exposure allowance will be made according to their value. v Jhe demand for plates and metallic parts is limited and will be quicklu supplied. - v Sqrly callers at our OAKLAND HEADQUARTERS, 951 BROAD-. WAY, or our TEMPORARY OFFICES, 937 BUCHANAN ST., this C\Xy t will benefit. THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO., Knabe Piano Dealers. • ? . * -\u25a0- ~ •'.'-'\u25a0 '\u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.. : s ~ Selby Smelting I : J A '\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 L,eaci oompany ...Notice to Shippers... Consign all shipments of Ore, Cyanides, Gold Dust, Gold or Sil- ver Bullion to Vallejo Junction, Cal. Settlements therefor will- be made from temporary quarters at U. S. Mint, San Francisco. Notice to Employes All general office employes now in San Francisco report at the United States Mint. .'^ ' - v Employes now out of San Francisco report at ' Smelting Works, Vallejo \u25a0 Junction, Cal. . . ShoMower Employes Report to W.K.McILVAINE. First and; Howard streets/ S.F. ;• John Bollman Company Have opened offices and warerooma corner Broad- way and Sixth Street, Oakland^ Cal. Ample sup- ply of all Cigarettes will sHortly be on hand. A3" HAL I IM Calif ornia AsphaltumSale^gency OFFICE— I6th anuTllllDols Streets, San^Frandsco b ; RE F I NE R I ESAND STOCKS U N I N J U RED Send Your Orders In '\u25a0;.£. Warehouse and Factoiry^ j. r On Rail and r Water ; |M . *% \u25a0- # \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0•-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0Cw \u25a0 ' i OF 531 C OF L 6956 Prices Reasonable. Terms if ; desired. ) : Apply Tbe L P. Vandercook Co. 1016 Broadway, QaMand SAFES AND VAULTS Inspected And Properly Opened PITTSBORG^SAFE CO. i. freeman; r 2518 Clay Sfc, :f X San Francisco Full stock ) of Safes ordered- by telegraph to be shipped to San Francisco immediately^ C.A.Malm&Go. Trunk Manufacturers 220 & 222 BUSH ST. Hay* opened a temporary business of- fice at their factory. ;} i IBTH ANDFOLSok James:H. Baity JJo. All Kinds of BRIEFS AND TRANSCRIPTS. - We H«v« Linotypes. 2145 .Center Street .•, - ; Berkeley 1 . .'\u25a0- Phone^BCTkieiey; 1028.? «.' f - G. M.Joselyn &Go. Ship Chandlers Formerly 88, 40 and 42 Market, Will Reatume Badness at 44 Steuart St. Warehouse 106 Main SL Full line of Ship Chandlery In Transit. , Phoenix Mutual Life In- surance Company Of Hartford, Conn. Open for Business. Temporary offices 618 Webster St. H.%NEWHALI6CO., Temporary Office, 2009 PACIFIC AYE. Photo-Engraving The plant of the San Jose EnsTarint; Company at San Jose la uninjured. We are prepared to, make all kinds of half-tone engravings and zinc etch* Ings. - \u25a0;\u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'"\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0 .- : . •\u25a0•'\u25a0.\u25a0;_ Work Guaranteed. .-• , -- .'.-\u25a0-. ,/.../\u25a0•„•\u25a0 HEADQUARTERS Union Lumber Co. Sixth and Channel Sts., San Francisco. \u25a0 .Temporary headquarters of \u25a0 Brunswick -Balke -Collender Co. at their factory Cor. 20th and Harrison ; Sail" Francisco PAGE; McCUTHEN 8 KNIGHT Attorneys-at-law. , .Temporary* omces at Va axa \u25a0< Steinef V street,, between Clay and Sacramento, For the convenience of clients a member, of the firm may be | found at all times at the office of M. C j Chapman, Ninth street and. Broadway; ; Qakland.;V : ir "T-^-^ : ;r California Glue Works . Qffic*x J235 Fato«^.-Ai- Jesse Moore Hunt Co/ We wish to announce to the trade at large that we have 15,000 BARRELS -IN OUR— Louisville Warehouse and as soon as hauling facilities at this point will permit will "be able to supply our country customers . with their requirements. . In the meantime, if de- sired, will fill orders from x our Louisville stock, friight prepaid./ / Jesse Moore Hunt Co., 200 Laurel St-y S. F., Temporary Address. Your Credit is Good "V^E will extend credit to the amount of §250,000 to our clients and busi- ness men of San Francisco on the ' OLIVER VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS STOCK NOW READY "1 Main Office, 907 FILLMORE STREET FRED W. VAUGHAN 6 CO. FRED W. VAUGHAN W. J. CHAMBERLAD J n r Ih! fl n .» iy Ui Ui Ii UilM U IA uUla TEMPORARY HEADQUARTERS Ijj QuWulU ju, Ill.DUaic. We are pleased to state tbat our vault, which contains all our records, appears intact. V The interests of all our clients will be fully Joshua Hendy > Formerly 61-77 Fremont Street ARE NOW REBUILDING Works and Office, Bay and Kearny streets, SAN FRANCISCO Stock of Engines, Boilers and Pumps now arriving. UNION OIL CO. OF CALIFORNIA Announces that It is prepared to supply a full A line of refined oils, including Gasoline, Kerosene »* Engine Distillates, etc, jg| Refinery at Oleum. Cal., not damaged — in fulJ operation, • SAN FRANCISCO Sixteenth and Illinois Streets. ' ' ' ' "'"\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0* '.\u25a0 ~ \u25a0 -. . f "~,'<\. .'.'.- '-. .' ?- 4 This^association's* loss by tn'e ffir^elwas"" practi- \u25a0 i oally nothing. All records and valuablo .pa- J3era are saved. BKB WiDn:. Corbin.