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vHH^IS & HOWELL. 1692 Fillmore. at Post. BALDW IN & HOWELL, 1032 FUlmore. at Post. Members of the S. F. Eeal Estate Board. £ A >> FRANCISCO REAL ESTATE. !sAN FRANCISCO BEAL ESTATE. Best Investment on the market. $120,000— Large brick bunding; lot 160r137; building covers entire lot: leased for S years, good •ecurity. at $750 a month; vicinity of Eddy and Fillmore sts. . ?Ts,ooo— Rents $550 per month; lot has almost 300 feet frontage: improved with a nnm- htr of stores and 10 flats; good, steady, paying income proposition: lot has three, frontages; not far from Eddy end Fill- more sts. $05.000— Rents $700 per month: lot 52x137:6; center of new theater district; stores, flats, etc.; close to Sutter and Steiner. $33,000 — Elegant northeast corner on Halght st.: I*2o feet street frontage; not far from Flllmore St.: fine business prop- erty: rents now at $195 per month: could be made to bring a good deal more. (2SI) 527.500— Rents $214 per month; danßy new building of 3 stores and 3 fiats, all leased; lot has 50 feet street frontage; modern bilildiag and up-to-date in every resneot; excellent portion of Western Addition: can he reached by •very car line. JlS.soo— Three fine fiats in tbe vicinity of Pine sad Franklin sts.; 6-6-7 rooms and bath; rents $170 per month; good buy. ?5 6/100— Rents $130 per month; lot 25x137:6; i sunny Fide of Page St.. Panhandle dis- trict; three clej-ant flats of 7 rooms and hath each; finest neighborhood In San Francisco; Cats are. and will be, the l>est investment on tbe market. Pt.TdO — Only part cash needed: two excellent flats of 5-6 rooms and bath each; Sacra- ntento st.. not far from 1 Laurel; lot 25 \u25a0 m *>et frontage; about as pood a value for • 'ite money as you could obtain anywhere. I N VESTMENT! !— INCOME! ! f-T.500 — Rents $31K0 per year; elegant apart- ment-hocse in finest neighborhood in San Francisco; well built and Al in every reMxrt; lot 30 feet front; for an Income I ar.d speculative venture this Is unequaled hy anything on the market. The surest argument is your own opinion — look at it. ACT QUICKLY. ZZZZ \ KDITORIAL COMMENT. . EDITORIAL COMMENT. KDITOBIAL COMMENT. A* much as newspapers oppose advertising goods or enterprises through editorials, or even roj-ding matter, all <be dallies advise people to BUY SUBURBAN HOMESITES. They further state to look into tbe merits of each piece carefully, and when you find the right thing, BUY. That's what we want you to do: look into each property carefully; look at every piece on tiie peninsula first, and then, armed with facts, prices and figures, look at our Incomparable San Mateo property. We control the bulk of San Mateo real estate — beautiful SAN MATKO PARK. CENTRAL ADDITION. HAYWARD PARK and HATWARD ADDITION". It's wonderful the way San Mateo property Is selling; lots from $1000 upward; all sewer and water pipes in: street work complete; shade, trees planted: beautiful oaks on lots In Hay- ward Addition. EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS. RALDWMj & HOWELL, BALDWIg & HOWELL. ircc Fillmore Ft., at Post. 1C92 Fillmore Et., at Post. FUANK S. GRUMMON. San Mateo. RF.PIDF.NCES, RESIDENCES. $60,000 — Swell residence of 14 rooms and bath, etc.; fine stable in rear; lot 137:6i127:R; on northwest corner of Clay St.. not far from Lafsvftte square; best neighborhood in San Francisco. $10.000— New 7 rooms, bxfh and basement resl- deTicc. not far from Dnboee Park; nice neighborhood; lot SOxfiO; mortgage of nearly $ity>o can remain. $16.000 — Three-storr n'-d' basement residence of 34 rooms oti<l two baths: southwest cor- licr. near BrndericJc and Jackson sts.; lot 2CxllO; fine neighborhood. fIS.OO0 — Nont.west conur of Brodericfc nt.. not fnr frora Haye*: \nt 5OxiO0; modern two- storr bonse of 12 rooms and bath; nice garrtcr., etc. $35,000 — n<"'ce artistic residence: Ysllejo St.. rear Bsker: fine raartne view: 7 rooms r.tid bath: 2 years old: mostly elegant j f'-.rT.itiire. which hurmonlyen with Interior I decorations. »s well *!< fiOOO worth of j Orlentil rugs; lot 37:Cx137:6; mortgage of $7500 can remain. J • $18.000 — Residence of in rooms and 2 baths; sunny Fide of VaJielo st.; lot "3 feet front; a very fine Lome for exacting peo- v , pie. $12.000— Modern rcs'flc^ce. r.T-ir? Altn Plaza, of 9 rooms and bath: np-to-date In every re- spect; fine neichborbood. (615 A.* $15.500 — Beantlfnl 9-morn bonne, hardwood floors, etc.. hot air fnrnace. electricity: Sacrs- mento St.. close to Walnut; Isrge lot, with good-sized "L." $11.250 — Three elegant G-room flats, new. mod- em and «m-to-<late In rrerr respect; snnny f\4e of 7th aye.. near Fnlton st: rents $100; lot 25x120; $5000 mortgage can re- main. , SS.OO0 — Pweil new hons#. with grand view, mar- bl«> steps, electric lights: on Belmont «ye.. close to Psmas«ns aye. cur line; fitted with hsrflwor^i floors, elegantly fin- Isbed: 7 rooms ana bath. $11.000— Very artistic home, colonial style: 8 rooms ar.d hath, hardwood Boora, unob- structed marine view; Vallejo St., not far from Devisadero. <888 A.) SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. S'WiO i:pward. one-^narfer cash. balance monthly: lots northeast corner Pl»>rce and Lombard sts.: chance of a lifetime to ob- tain a home site cheap; only one lot left m Lombard Kt. : 27:6 front; have only heen on Mle five flays, nnd only one Lom- bard street lot left. BALDWIN & TTOWFI.L. lfS2 Flllmore, at Post. BALDWIN & HOWKLL. 10*>2 FUlnlore. at Post. BUILD YOfR " HOME "\u25a0— - IN PRESIDIO TERRACE. R«n Krunclicco's only residence park. Al*olate protection afforded. No stsMes. laundries, flats, stores nor business structures permitted. "\u25a0 Sun and Hfftt guaranteed by» bnllding restric- tions. Rowers, eldr sewers to lot lines, gas and water mains, electric and telephone all In: blrnmlnfr.ed ] streets, granite curbs, artificial stone sidewalks. rrass plats, trees and flowers In front of every lot. Electric llehts hum all nigbt and every night In fTesl<llo Terrace. Special watchman. • Ixtts. 50 feet frontage, $0000. T>rms to suit. \ Ulniraum cost of bouses. $7000. Particulars of BALDWIN & HOWELL. • 30>2 Fillmore st. FOR sale — Apartment house; nearly completed: net incotn» on secured lease $250 per month: contains 12 snartments of 3 rooms each and 12 batns. toilets, etc.. being practically a corner, as there Is and will b<? 13 feet open on one side: everr room sunny. Apply to ALBERT WILFORD. owner, on premises, 3131 California Ft., only from 2 to 4. LOANS KOI'. HOME BUILDERS. Fidelity Ball(!lng and Loan Association. Ercplre Building and Loan Association. Mecbaoics' Building and Loan Association. Celifornia Morns! Eav'nff« Fund L. ft B. Aasodatloß. Of fires — 2031 Baker Phone West 3333. WILLIAM H L*"TZ. Secretary.' *~~" CHEAP HOUSES. ~ ,' : > Four-room cottagea with 2 attic room*, on ' easy terms; situated near Crescent aye., on Anderson st. For particulars apnly Geo. Ryan Lumber Co.. corner Army and Condon sts. J-3 r/>0 Three modern fiats: one 6 and two 7 - rooms: they are beauties and the location Is all right: Masonic aye. and Page st. : present r^nU $120 per month. ' » \u25a0' JRSOO— 2 rwell corner flats: income JG. 1 ; per month: Steiner near Halght st. Inquire F. H CLAASEN. Eagle Brewing Co.. cor. 18th end Harrison, bet. 9 and 12 a. m. \INE-room residence, north «lde street, near La- mina and Veijelo sts. > $3750 cash required, bal- ance same as rent. CHAAIBEBXIN & CO., -»C 2 Bosh et. - * * CHOICE lot. 57:6x120: having y2 flats. 6 and 7 rooms each, on same, with 2 Mreet frontages; near Page and P.nchanan; owner must sell. Par- ticulars CHAMBERLIN & CO.. 2052 Bush et. X TEN-room residence, half block from Lacuna and Broadway: must be sold in 30 days; 27:Gx 107: large bank mortgage can remain. Par- tlcnlars 2052 Bush st. FOB investment !n big Income producing flats, no E. JACOBS, 144 a FUlmore et. CITY REAL kSSTATE^ — Continued. E. S. FYFE & C 0.......... .3343 MISSION ST. Our office Is ©pen from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m." I - Every Sunday from 10 a. tn. to 3 p. m. Tele- phone Market 2154. l±'Jv CNIMPRO\TED PROPERTY. $..,00— Lot on Fair Oaks.st.: terms. S..SO each — Two lots on Snanyside aye. 5,,.,0 — Lot In Sunnyside; $50 cash; balance terms. 5250 — Lot near Ingleslde racetrack. $r.no-_ix)t two blocks Mission st. J^oo— Lot 25x100; l block Ingleslde car. $350 each— Two lots on Day 6t. $300 each— Five lots near Cortland ava. $GSoO— Corner on Mission St.; 95x123; 3 front- ages: good location. $500 each — Lots tn Holly Park Tract. $800 both— Two lots near Cortland aye.; one a corner: big bargain. • $400— Ready to build on lot; 3 blocks from San Bruno cars; street work done. $6500 — C st. near Ist are.; 2 fine modern flats, 2 years old; this 16 a bargain. $31 00— Elizabeth St.; 8 sunny rooms; reduced from $3400. Homes and lots at low prices and on terms to suit yon. * STANTON. O'BRIEN & CO.. 12fl leaves st., near Van Ness aye. THE REAL ESTATE SYNDICATE. Will perfect your titles. Buy. sell and lease your nroperty. Suite 5. Saint Mungo BuiMing. . Cor. Fillmore st. and Golden Gate afe. Teleplione West 7278. ROTHERMEL & CO.. 2091 Flllmore st.. have some good bargains In city property: also bonses and lots in Berkeley. Oakland and Ala- meds. Get our new catalogue. HOUSE of 2 flats. 5 and R large rooms: deep j basement: front and hack yards; cultivated. Inquire at ZV. Shotwell st.: no agents. FOR sale — Modern cottage. 6 rooms, bath, at 250 11th aye. Apply 674 9th aye. ' KANAI & YOKOZAWA Real Estate Co.. now located at 1307 Bnsh st. $4750— Lot. 27:6x55: Harrison St.. near 6th. Bit f-m. Call. TO LEASE. FOB Kale— A lease which will amount to $20,475 In 10 years can be purchased Immediately for $-•500. Box 115 S. Call. SPLENDID dear stand corner, 12x8: busy street in city: rent only $60. Call brancli, gg<V) Flllmore st. COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. CALIFORNIA land $1 acre, balance entire tmr- cbase $1 week for each 5 acres: no taxes; bo Interest: 5-acre tracts: level, rich, clear; ready to plow: under irrigation: perpetual -rater right: immediate possession given; particulars, mips, photographs for 2c stamp. Stevlnsoa Cclony. room 2ft. 703 Van Ness aye.. Saa Fran- riteo. . GOOD ranch for sale of 100 acres; 5-room house und new cabin: new apple dryer: good barn: 12 acres of good orchard In bearing: 2 acres of young trees: water piped to house from sprines." 6 ' Further particulars address E. R TOWNSEND. Sevastopol. Sonoma County, R. F. D. No. 1. box 68. FOR country Investments, farms, stock ranches, fruit and poultry ranches, alfalfa and- timber lands, call or send for onr descriptive list. ROTHERMEL & CO.. 2091 Flllmore st. H'IMPS In tbe country send for catalogue. C. It. WOOSTES CO.. 1666 OTarrell sffi CHEAPEST an<s best in America— The Weekly Call. $1 per year. CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly r*n. !t1 ncr year. *_ •fIU. VALLEY REAL ESTATE.~~ A DELIGHTFUL' suburb Is Mill Valley. No- where within tbe same distance from San Francisco will one find such an ideal spot. A beautiful combination of mountain and bay scenery, of giant redwood forest, grand canyons and towering rocks. We are selling lsrge lots in our beautiful subdivision. Tarn- alpals Park, on graded streets; sewers and : wtter main?! laid in all avenues. PRICE $400 UPWARD. One-fifth Cash. Balance $10 Monthly. There ire two stations on tract — Park and Locust are. All lots within a stone's throw of train?. Take Sausallto ferry, and train to Mill Valley. Branch office. Mill Valley. LYON & HOAG. 636 Market St., at Montgomery. BOTLF. PARK. ~~ MILL VALLEY. THF SWITZERLAND OF AMERICA. Larce. sightly lots, wooded: bay and mountain t?**t: streets helper graded and sewered: build In* restriction: 5 mlnntes to station: lota 60 feet and Urger: price $4.%0 tip. T. (i. PARKER & CO. r. T. PARKER. Agent. Mill Valley. THH finest pronerty In Marln County at Mill Valley: lots from $300 up: beantifully wooded, water pipes laid telephone, etc.: we sell loti on' very easy payments: call and see us. J. FREP SCHT.INGMAN CO.. Mill Valley. Caf. TP.K choicest property In Mill Valley; low Tiriees: easy navments. For particulars see SLIPP ft JASPER. 1511 Fillmore at..' near O'FarrelL' Van F^ncisco. . - PALO ALTO REAL ESTATE. 13*>.00O — One ot the best pieces of t>csln»*» ' pnpperty between Pan Jose snd San Fran- cisco. In the t«wn of Palo Alto. This property pays 12 per cent net. and Is In line for better Interest in the near fu- ture. We can recommend tbe property highly. • I fSC.OOO— One ft the fln»*t unmes In Palo Alto: large lot: hesutiful *wk«: the arfiolninc property ba« been srvlrt recently for $100 per foot. The land Is well worth the mca«v. rf>*l4<x a beautiful bonse modem In every particular. . The best invest- ment in Palo Alto. $13,000— Ten screa and be^ntifrsl: horn* pis** In every respect: R *>cr»« of rrehard In full bearine, anrleor* end peaches: \V% acres famllv orchard, very choice; hnn- ttttl* of choice rose bn«be«< and orn»- cental trees; fine bonse: abindsnce nf »p!en<!id water: 2 acres p!r>ed for Irr!- ration; modem barn and out-bonses and op to date chicken bonse. One of the most comfortable homes on the Run Fran- cisco and ?an Jo«» road: 3 raliet south ef Stanford Tnlversitv. -Terms — Half catfc and the balance can remain on mort- gage. 6 per cent per annum oct. Direct applications to THE .T. J MOT»RIS RKAL ESTATE CO, 1?O r~T»'T«"-«iT nt>.. fain Alt*. Ol BrBLIXOAME REAL EiTATE. 60 LOTS SOLD LAST SUNDAY 60 T/ITS SOLD LAST SUNDAY At this rate they will soon be gon». and yon will have to pay some on a prnflt. We have the only lots In Bnrllngsme at Sr>°o: near the station, and that price Is very low. Jnpt stop for \u25a0 tn«ment and think what a difference It will m?ke In the valne of the 1 property when the Pay Sbore cutoff Is In operation, which will he the first of the year. Land will surely donble' ln value. Big lots 50x120 on broad avenues, lined with beautiful trees; sewer and water mains laid. PRICE »50ft— f SO CASH. , BALANCE $10 MONTHLY. Take San Mateo electric cars on Mission st.. get off at Burlingame station; our office Is opposite. . LYON & HOAG. '636 Market st.. at Montgomery. EAST OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. ~~~~ CLEVENGER, • 1220 236~~*Tft. Phone Ash 2082. $4800 — Very desirable modern home. 0 rooms and bath: large, sunny library; suitable for architect or physician: good nelglfborhood ; bandy to cars end local trains. 1 $4500 — Double fl.tts on a corner lot, one block from 23<1 aye.: rents for $52 a month; a good Investment. , $2250— New modern 4-room cottage In a desirable location: fine bath; also gas and electricity; Just finished. $500 and up— Some choice lots for investment an<l home Kit«s. $Soo— Very fine building lot: streets, sidewalks, etc., oomnlete: close In. t NOT OPEN OJft SUNDAY. .^_g?Jj^v^ 11 _hMween T.. 14th and E. tilth. j ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE. _ , BEST constrncted bon* la Alameda. consisting of - 14 rooms and finished attic. • All modern conveniences. Honse not two y ears old. Cor- ner let, "50x175. -Will sell for cost price of boose. Must be seen to be appreciated. In- ijolre for particular* of owner, room 248. Bacon bnllding, Oaklanc WILL EXCHANGE. ALSO '\u25a0' ' Magnlflcrnt lot. 73x15u Street work. etc.. an «one. Choice location.. ... ~H ALFMOP.V BAY . REAL ESTATe7~ MONTARA ~~~ -~- '- If yon could buy a large lot in the Montara townslte. on the line of the' Ocean Shore R. R., 15 miles orTJO minutes from San Francisco, for $175. improvements included, and pay nothing down, would you he interested T " « No taxes: no interest: free excursion Sun- days and Thursdays; for free tickers call at office Montara Realty Dev. Co.. 1300 Golden Gate aye., cor. Fillmore st. ; 1305 Broadway Oakland. -..•.-• ' FOR sale at a sacrifice — 3 lots on Main aye ; can't make payments. Box 1138. Call nf flee! ROSS VALLEY REAL' ESTATE. FOR SALE— -'- .-- '\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0 A beautiful country borne in Itgss Valley; artistic, modern house of 12 rooms, surround- ed by two . acres of garden , and orchard lin higb.state of .cultivation: short distance from •Ross Station. Address box 74. Rome p. p.- REAL ESTATE -TO EXCHANGE. \ KOK SALE QB EXCHANGE for Oakland or Eastern property, 1W ranches, all sizes;. In (rnlt, poultry, grain,' stock- or. general farm- Is., wee me for ranches. s«sasS^ttfC^iC«iMsii i. B. EDSON. 15 Bacon Block. Oaldand, ' THE SAN FRANCISCd-'CALI^^TyES^Y - OAKLAND; REAL ESTATE. /7/AJSTX££Z o>i _ -to*- . -, \ l^Moo££N-/nttQl?£M£A/75 $35,000— Clay-Bt. property/ is selling tor $2000 per front foot; here Is a fine piece, 50x103 feet in slie, only 100 feet west of Clay, on the north side of 15th St., for ?700 per front foot: across" the street from Taft & '•• I'ennoyer's new 5-story building to be ' rrected at once: with old . improvements now netting better than bank - interest. ... (3032) $20,000 — Clay-st. frontage, near 16th'st.. sells at $1500 ptT foot;, here is a lot within 50 yards of that spot for $533 per foot. In- cluding a good, substantial building, ar- ranged as flats and now paying . better than, bank Interest; it can be bandied with $10,000 and resold inside of a month at $5000 profit. . (2005) j $o,ooo— lf the business district expands' north- ward at the same rate it has during the past three months this property will be in big demand shortly; a large 7-room. high basement cottage. Just e(T Telegraph aye. and on , one of the - most' promising downtown cross streets In the city: posi- tively a sood speculative buy. (1783) GKORGK W. AUSTIN, '; 1018 Broad wky. _^ THREIS GOOD — BUYS. $4S."iO. . Elegant new 8-room house; modern In etery re- spect: walls finished with wood fiber; paneled dining-room; large pantry and closets; One man- tel and grate; 2 toilets; -large upp«r deck and back stairway; outbuildings; lot 40x115; ilrUe- way; street work and sidewalks complete; lo- cated on 62d St.. near Shattuck aye.; ready for occupancy In 4 or 5 days. , SPECIAL. INSIDE. BUSINESS PROPERTY. 10.000 scnare.feet, comprising an elegautly lo- cated, large, almost square lot; 100 feet front- age immediately on 22d st., very close to San Pablo aye.; fronts on 2 streets, and this mag- nificent piece of business property will double its present value in the near fu Pure almost beyond the shadow of a doubt; its proximity to the magnificent new "Arcade Hotel," being crcted within 2 blocks of It, and many other substantial business structures, . together with . the j'.roposed new S. P. electric ferry system, undoubtedly means a new center for Oakland in the imme- diate locality. . IT WILL REQUIRE ABOUT .t12,500' TO SWING THE TITLE. NO TERMS OR PRICES WILL BE STATED BY PHONE. PARTIES MEANING BUSINESS WILL BE ACCORDED PERSONAL . INFORMATION. ; An elegant southwest corner lot on Tele- graph aye.: all street and walk improvements complete; $100 per foot. . . / . THOMAS GILBERT. BROKER. " 304 UNION SAVINGS BANK BUILDING. \u25a0— V '.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0; ; 9 PER CENT INVESTMENT. 9' per cent Income paper secured by. new homes In choicest part , of Oakland, near Claremont. Key Ronte and Fair View Park in- amounts from frxvt ttnto S4000;. total amount, of con- tracts 534.000: will take cash 'or clear vacsnt in Berkeley. Oakland or Alameda or timber land. See owner. WM. H. STEWART, cor. North and School sts., Oakland. ~ ; TWO BARGAINS. STTUR. $600 cnih. $10 monthly; new 2-story tmlldins Just finl<^ed: 6 rooms and bath; lot .\u25a0 50x200: nrtce $2250. er will sell same honse with lot 50x100 for MflOO: same terms: all htird finish- ed: everything modern In every rrsnect : it will cost the monPT to hnlld this honse: you have the lot or lots to buy It; good location; come and see Ik- . • i~, $300 cash.^* monthly; 2-story botise. 5 rooms. both, basement: concrete foundation; hard finish; ertra large let. 100x138: city water: some fruit trees, berries, etc.: near cars and schools: r>rlc* $2230. Call or send for elr- cilsr. 45S ?>th St., near Broadway. Oakland. H. Z. JONES. MESA ALTA TRACT NO.. 2. • LOTS. $400.00. • No lot less tlmn 30 feet, frontage; 10 ncr cent down nnd monthly installments: on lilch gronnd In East Oakland; on good car line and 1 block from proposed new "Key" route.* No fora, no winds: sewer!' and r/atpr: con- venient to center of Oaklsnd. Take 13th aye. car and get off nt Winter st. Afent on gronnd from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Sunrtavs. Call «"t write for circular. LLOYD & STEIN. 4.1S nth st. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN NEAR 7th AND WASHINGTON STS. LARGE LOT.. ' . Tremendous Income. Only $13,250. One-half Cash. . . - Pays over 20 ncr cent on secured lease. This will sell at 111 8.000 rerv soon. \ ' TnE CORNER LOT CO.. 918 BROADWAY. OAKLAND. THE most desirable property In the city of Oakr land: too valnable for my nnrsery business; 2 blocks from Key Ronte .depot: 30 minutes to San Francisco; 7. minutes to 14th and : Broa- dway: If asrefsble I -win build *to suit .; pur- chaser: select your own plans; terms to suit: the finest homes in this. city adjoin my prop- erty; fine schools nnd* churches. . . " , See P. J. KELLER, the owner. Piedmont and Monte Vista ayes. 5 YEARS' LEASE. r : •-." - Store to lease on Broadway, near 14th st. -Call on The Alden Company.46B 10th st. " $IRSO — New cottage, 4 rooms ;«nd bath: lot 30x 107 feet: near San Pa Wo aye.. ' $2750 — Cottnsre of. 5 rooms, bath and basement ; between Grove and West sts. . THE ALDEN COMPANY, /' •••- 4CBUOTH ST.. • ' .'\u25a0\u25a0'!<. OAKLAND.. '.-.'\u25a0 C , ' BEAUTIFUL LOT FOR nOMR. .. VERNON HEIGHTS, OAKLAND. Corner Orange and Perry sts., one block from Oakland-aye. electric ear \u25a0 line, running direct to either S. F. or Key Route local trains. ' \u25a0 leoxiin. -.-; ... CASH PRICE J7500. Inquire A. E. GRAUPNER. 29G0 Steiner st.. Kan Francisco. . . \u0084 . . . • ~ ~- .;; ' —$2500 \u25a0:...\u25a0, . . . • Good house, 5 rooms, for sale; on car line; lot 50x111; two barns.;l2 fruit trees; $500 down,, balance ' $25 per month.' \u25a0 - ORF.ENSLADE BROS.. 969 Broadway.- Room 45. Phone Oakland - 5730; \u25a0\u25a0..'\u25a0.. , CHE A PEST and best in America— The Weekly \u25a0 P«11 >1 ncr rear. - - r \u25a0\u25a0-.- '\u25a0-\u25a0 '..\u25a0-- .- \u25a0 : EAST, OAKLAND REAL. ESTATE~ COME TO EAST OAKLAND : TO LIVE. We have the . finest climate. - and* transporta- tion to and from Oakland and San • Francisco ' is the best. - -v. nouse of^ 7 ' rooms; . lot, 47x140; « situated m E. 15th st., East Oakland; for. quick sale, only $2750 cash. - . \u25a0;::;' $3150 — House of 5 rooms:- all modern Improve^ ments; located on main tlioroughfare; lot iSxOf-/ • - Fine ' corner business • lot In the heart . oorf r East Oakland; 55x100. Call at,my v offlce for-inslde information on this. • \u25a0 \u25a0 .• ,» , :;J...: ;J ... t < Lot 50x150 to be sold cheap: centrally located in East Oakland. . COME QUICK IF YOU WANT THIS. . \u0084. :.i \u0084,...-.., "Two lots'. 30x75; $300 : per front foot; 10 minutes to S. P. local. • : :.. /.-; , - ' \u0084 $8500 — Large -' corner . residence on* 11 th '\u25a0'. aye. ; swcllettt-. house In town; 10 .rooms; lot • 75x100. \u25a0--. These must.be seen tn be appreciated. ' \u25a0:• \u25a0*"\u25a0\u25a0/ - f.--',f .--', WESLEY DIXON, ' \u25a0\u25a0 -*\u25a0'•'.-- Notary * Public,' "\u25a0"- 610«* Eaat 12th at.. Eaat. Oak land. . '\u25a0 : MISCELLAXEOUS^-FOR ' SALE. • ; BILLIA RD and . pool % tables. I stock I bar } fixtures for -Immediate" delivery^ or designed -.and made to order; cash \u25a0or Installment : Plan. « Main of- : flee and^ salesroom.-' BRUNSWICK-BALKE- , COLLENDER . CO.. 17-27 Franklin J St.. *\u25a0 near s Market; phone Market 145 i. • ? :\u25a0• '- ' FOR sale— lnvalid's wheel ''cUalr; = good: as, new: cost $53; will selNfor $20: can deliver In Oak- -land or v San ', "Francisco, free. .;; Address rbox 6g90. Call office/Oakland. ' - r .v '-. --\u25a0 v -; .y.- HALLWOOD cash .registers:: total "$25 to $90: also Nationals. -CASH- .REGISTER: EX* CHANGE.' 11S3 Market st.,. Central Theater •building.,;-- -.",'-: '.:>/.-':' "\u25a0 •\u25a0 ' •^\u25a0"^ *;"\u25a0'-..?: :;/-', FOR sale— One set 10 vol. Oentnrv Encyclonedia. \u25a0 Inquire ; 24 Oak Grove aye.. off Harrison, at.; "bet. sth and. 6th. • - ' ! ~ % ! TENTS. CANVAS WORK, ; - COVERS AND AWNINGS AT F. ;^HOMS.% 1209 : M IS- ' SIOK ST. PHONE MARKET; 2194. ; \u25a0\u25a0-.; BARS, cigar stands, grocery and window, display I fixtures, etc.. Nt short notice: - showcases, desks. - MEEK. 11«1 Mission St.; ' bet. \u25a0 1 th: and. Bth. .: PLUMBERS' noil pine, flttiigs, lead, 1 boilers, met- als, builders' wall a nchors.'s, floo-: plates. \ sesh weights; half price. NE. cof. Fnlton and Googh. MERIGAN. 1447 Ellis ft.: tti*-. store for paint. $1 ! a gallon: wall pnper. 3»4e: cheese .clofh. build- . ing pßper: boiled linseed oil. Qic a gallon. ; LAUNCHES, new and sliu'htly used.;: Cal.* Launch Works. Pse. Coast Agents..for;-Penlnsnlar mo- tor. Blandlng aye.; Park;st.>.'Alameda.~ ' CASH re'gtsters. 400 sires, at all fnrices.^ for all kinds of business, on liberal terms. .National C.ißb Register Co.. 1227 Gulden Gate aye. FOH "ale — Soda . fountains, showcases. : hank i and office futures, marble work:. call, and see them. WniTCOMB. 527 Market st.-. ; S. '- F.".. ; '\u25a0•.--,,\u25a0 ..... AWNINGS, slielvln?. emmtrrs and mill: work at factory prices. 2217 Mission St.; between 18th and 10th. : y-' -- :^ '/\u25a0.;/ \ AA— TRUNKS— The best *nd cheapest In city nt • factory. P4lGoMenGilp. ire. ; -.; -. : FOR sale — 40 cots and bedding, j 273 • Steven- son st.. near 4th. * . !V WE bur. «e]l. -msk* rand' fepilr ffve-rthinit. Standard Tool Mnchine Works. -1420-31. Mission. FOR sale — Snlendld roll-top desk:, slightly used. . Room 17. 210 a Bv.sh st. . - ; .- " v \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 ..- . .V .; ; GOOD iron nine: n.»t In tbe fire: 3.'4 and 6 inch. THOMPSON. 2765 nowanl ,st. t y. >. ; 1000 shares Bfdwell Cold Motor nmir.o.Marconi. Marconi Wireless; a discount. M.. 4024" ISth'st. $25-RILERS certificate for sale. ,; $10. > Address box 141. Call office. . :^!r i.:^; v . ..-.. BARGAIN— BIdweII Motor and Marcoit, Wife- less stocks. M.. 4024 IStli st. San Francisco. FOR sa'e — 8 horsenower Otto gas: engine; $200. 1420 Broadway. Oakland:'' r.- .' FOR sale — Fine Jersey cow.' 1700 Page st. (coal yardV •' : \u25a0-"'\u25a0- \u25a0-.\u25a0*-':\u25a0 -\u25a0'.. \u25a0 '\u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0 : \u25a0 ' CnPISTMAS pre«pnts: snlfy cases, at' factory \u25a0 nrlces: tninks. .<3.75. 841 Golden. Gate are. G. E. RUSSELL. n'umhersV sunnMes. " builders' wall anchors, machinerr. 2fiO Linden aye. ' .;. - SPAT>KR. tnicVs. coffep mills. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 money ; drawrs. Jas. Geddes * Co.. 431-433, Larkin: t»!.Em. 623. BOOKS BOUGHT— Kine's Old i- Book Store. 891 Golden Gate aye., near OctavU st. :*: * • .. BAR flyttirps. AIK""V A- KING. !»epnts of r.s««. Pbssow * Sons. 1273 Mission: teL Special 1173. GT OPY "nfo \n. 7. w»t"rh«cV.- net up. rpdnced from $3B to 527.K0. 13>H Post at.' GASOLlNK' lanneben of all Undson hand, for sale. Crowlpy's hoathonse.iVa'leio.«t. wharf. SAFFS— TIie ITernunn Sofe Co.:',l?0 Folsora st. : • agents Macneale & Urban! safes. V ' \u0084' KDISON Moving PictM'e >r!>»iirn»s'!<nd Stpreoptl- cons; bargains. GEO. BRECK.^: SS2 Grove st. SAF^R— StocV on hand: r.OO ,en :ront*. - RICH- - ARDSON BROS.. 131 nth st.%- near Mint. CHFAPF.fST and heat: to America— The Weekly r»n. SI r»pr T»»r .... \u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0 — \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -\u25a0: \u0084 . , ' MISCELLANEOTJsI WANTS. . AAA— DRKSS suits. Tuxedos. ' Prince Alberts, other suits, bought by L.- SKOLL. . the tailor. 707 Golden Gate aye.. neariFrankllnst. TWO motor cycles. 214.' horsepower;; 1906 model; Thor engines. Fa rns worth : Electrical Works.' ' 603 Howard st.: phone Temporary. 34B. .; WANTED— I.OOO 000 second band bricks. - Call at room S!W *.«nadnock' : building. ;; BOOKS and libraries bon-ht; hl-hcst^rlee paid. HOLMES, the Bookseller. ;' 757 ; G- G. aye. WANTED — nw rol(J and silver 'or rnann'actnr- inr. Cal. Watch r"n«p Co.. "803 O'Farrpll. St. • MONEY TO 1.0.V5.! V. ~ : ~- AA— MONEY TO \ LOAN ' \u25a0 By -\u0084;. - .'- \u25a0 . "RELIABLE MONEY LENDERS" \u25a0•\u25a0- On :\u25a0 -. -\u25a0; ;;.: \u25a0\u25a0- '- FURNITURE, PIANOS. HORSKS A- 'VEHICLES . ' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 •.' At • \u25a0\u25a0 -. \u25a0 . \u25a0 ' LOWEST RATES— I" ASIEST' PAYMENTS.' I \u25a0 -\u0084 '.No .-.-\u25a0-\u25a0 - \u25a0.:\u25a0.> \u25a0 .-\u25a0..-\u25a0 PUBLICITY— DFT AY— DECEPTION. \ .; norsßnoLD* loan company. Room ,70. :fiOO.«"!n1den-GatP ave.; -C^r.v, Polk. ..'. ; ' Oakland offlcp — • Macdonough. bide. -. "..'\u25a0- - AAAA— Any salaried employe or wage-earner can get from us. just '\u25a0 on hi <\u25a0 note — . \u25a0' -. . , - . . . : , Monthlrr" SemUMo.' WV:lv. f^O.OO— Return to ni»..$lS.OS.;: |T>.OS $3.35 jso.oo— Retnrn to n«.:; S.OO : 4.00 2.00 Hs.oo— Returo to us. 1 ; -• 4.00 s 2.00 , 1.00 Or any other snm 1n proportion. \u25a0 - THR STAR LOAN AXD.IVV. CO..' ' THW-CITY T>OAN CO.. •\u25a0;*-; \u25a0 ,'/ TnE CRESnF.XT LOAN CO.. - 2002 Sntter st.. cor. Flllmnr*. . IIFPMAX MURI'HY .>\u25a0',.', -V Annonnc»s the opening of ."his; office- at 12S.T Genry . st. near Oongn. \u25a0 where- be will he \u25a0 pressed to see all h f«:- friends , and patrons. *t whom will h» accorded '•thpss me Just and cpa- erons treatment as has been hi« custom in the past. Loans en first. and second mortgage.*; es- tates, etc. , .-\u25a0. ' : '.'.\u25a0 ... Hnrrs I (n4'p.'in. >' . - - D. D. DRAKE. - \u25a0 "- \u25a0 ; ; 7 Fronklin • Ppslty - Bldg.. \u25a0 SW. corner QoM»n I Gate and PoHc. : , : 801 St. Paul BMs.. rtnkiand; . •VfIALA RY LOA>'<». Mad» cnJcftlv : and rrrlvrttely t« «t«"»c> »m- pioyps: lowest rates: e»«y. forms: losn« made . 'to old- cr«tnmcr« without delnr. -, ;. AA— s.loo,ooo TO LOAN. . ~ \u25a0 •'- Interest, <>> Per ' Cent. ; ' , Real Estnte. . First nnd • Second .Loans. Teased PropertT; for Improvements.. ' Estates and v Undivided? lnterests/ \u0084 BANKERS' DF.POSIT. CO./ l«02 Fillmore st. , MONEY loaned salaried people and others upon their own names ; without \u25a0 security: cheapest rates.- easiest nsvment*:; of?ces In «3 nrinelpal cities; save- yourself roonpr \hv getting : onr terms first. TOLMAN. formprly 553 Parrott hnlldlnfc now at 101« FlHmore st. BORROW rroney'on' diamotids'in^ \u25a0 valo i »hlp'i: 2' per cent ) Interest. GEM JEWELRY CO.. 006 '- -Market ; st.;.;nr.^ Powell."* and J l7 „-. East nt. ' ALL ret>-on«i !ia vine nledges before : th« fire with • G. ARONSON. :12fl Kearnyst.V; call at onct 2439 Snersmento st..\- and redeem same. LOANS on salaries. S.F. 'Discount Affnncr.. 7s3 Oak ' st. ne«r \u25a0 Fillmore. | (nfgngjjrj Phelan bids. MORELL— Cash • lonned - to- salnried- jnrn nn note 'wlthont indorser. A 022 Mohadnock bnllding. -\u0084' SALARY lonn«— Lowest rate«t:*« %- »«le« t t«-rms: con- fidential. \u25a0 F.A . Newton.' S4D Van Ness, r00m.1.: THKorizini'l Tltjcle' Bl". 'Wl'itaMrais'r*--!?:- : manentlyjocated lllnVanXes* aye., r.lin. 'ADVANCF.S "n diamond* \u25a0'•« 'i«"«l; B->M»vln Jew- . elrv : Co.; permanent offlcc ' 12(51 ; Van rXes« (^xja MONEY I G. O." Aver, U"*n „ Officp. Ivoaned. | * 122^ Golden Gate . Atp. , .: KFOFKM plpdepo . l»ft at '10 : «th «. : :it 050 '\u25a0.-'. Pierce. near^TcAilister.' ;'^S '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0.-'.- . !. : '.--.»:'.'^' GOLDEN GATP Loan; Office.^forT>A r ;y 3'J ; «tn • St.. now ; 950 ~ Piprce : - redeem j pled sr*s. ',". . : ILLINOIS TRUST. CO,,' J. r »l« nddr— Mo»r.M*i»d .on furnitnre and pJniJos: also to salarlprt.p»onle. : On ! fi!rnl tiiro ">nd " nlnnos lln \u25a0 ns°: " no- coiT>-nt>»«i'»a.' V, TREMAiy." 72R Bnchanan;«t.r ngaf Hare<Cjl -',: MOR^LL — C?i«h -loaned to salaried .'roen'-'tn 1 ' note 1 "- Wltl-ont < nd"TTP' - . r .- 71< >rr»r|«lrt'>'"; hnlMt n? .v t v. "-,: MTJSICALHrXSTHUMEXTS. ; : \u25a0 A FEW new \u25a0 pianos ' slightly .'' damaged tn tran- sit, will be sold -thlsiweek'.for^ about^cost: .. cases.- only damaged: otherwise ;In -first-class : condition; snaps for. shrewd : buyers; first come, : : first served.,^.' \u25a0 : :\u25a0.\u25a0-' ' ';'\u25a0 - ; -v! ' \u25a0 -cA-f-.'.; . HEINK PIANO C 0.. '13411 OoldentGate aye. A FISHRR upright/piano; good "as, now. 5 (»C) •HEI^E PIANO CO.:- 1341, Golden ' Gate avo. RENT |and insurance 1 cheap ?, in '£ Oakland :\u25a0< huy V.'.- piano! of , us » and t save -. big i money ; ; srteclal * dls- ; -:"• count i to replace burnt pianos; (bargain second- :*] band ; free delivery .to 1 S/ F.p BRTTRNN'S.- for- ; nierly . 225 - Sutter •= st..* now 1 472 - Eleventh i. ut.~;~ , Oakland. Bacon < Block. ;\u25a0 below ; Broadway, : j DON'T ' take < any, chances i when - buying ?a , piano; •' we i guarantee •' absolute -\u25a0 satisfaction 1 1n 'every! '? . case. '-: BENJ. , CURTAZ -: A; -. SON. - ICIS Van - Ness-aye. * Established -ISM. V;"r \u25a0-;;:.; '.-.'.' ,-,.\u25a0\u25a0'. A SNAP— Large 3-pedai; cnblaetvgrand::maho«r- • any case. JOSEPH SCHULTZ C0.;: 430 Dovis- ..; adero st. "- -.. . \u25a0 \u25a0-:\u25a0• -- .-' , .''.\u25a0'.-:\u25a0• v *-. .\u25a0 •'.." • \u0084'\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0. ' -.BEAUTIFUL a new 3 piano: » mahogany v* case, ? rare « tone;* no reasonable \u25a0 offer; refused.' >~.^1538 Broderick st.j- ;.'::..,\u25a0. 'jc. !\u25a0.-''\u25a0..;,-:^: : ,:,^ A' FlSCHER.. mahoganv case.slightly.nsed; $225. MS Bowers \ & Son, . 529 McAllister.) near;, Van Ness. , $70— Upright:- and n StPinway.jWeber. f ; : KinerBoa U and : Hornnng.' ;.lss4 -Eddy. St.. > near: FUlmore. \u25a0- 80HMRR7 ' Byron B Maur.y t nlanos.^ Cecillan 5 plan 6 \u25a0 players. >• BYRON C.MAUZY. 'II6S; O'FarreIIJBt .UPRIGHT piano," standard : make ; " must » sacritice ':.' thla ; week. 824 .\u25a0Fulton; at.: \'. : S:.- ;\u25a0" 'f>.- '"-\u25a0 >;\u25a0;\u25a0. ONLY= Jrm sln tbe S that \u25a0 rents ( pianos; bar- • : gains.;; CURTAZ. 560 Hayes st; :^: >*;.\u25a0 V-r'.' BA RG4IN ; in • piano. ~\- Call at , 523 i Webster, st ; . 5 BANJO 'strlngs.iJSc; • full vlinellatesf:recora».', -:.\ C. jC. KKEXE'3 ; music store.!- 1325 j Flllinore; n:\ STATH AM '& i C 0. ,; pianos^} 24 1 Hill i st; formerly f 110 McAWster; exwrt reoaira..' -\u25a0 \u0084. «• ,t« --\u00841 :.-...•\u25a0-*-\u25a0 — . . \u25a0 - .- \u25a0 - \u25a0, - -. .- ~ 'I- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0l" ' * . J .'- K'-:K '- : ;<\u25a0.,.:'. 'ir- * '\u0084!:' ...-'. MEDICAL: ':,. .'.'l " -_:j DR. G.^W.- O'DONNEliL— Ladies, all; who are ;»'. sick or ? in : trouble, \u25a0 consult /this , specialist .on I'-'. female ; complaints: - positively , corercted; ' the ''nnfortnnate- helped; . the \ most : difficult cases ". treated; .evv/ry: case taken:, immediate relief: ' >no poisoning drugs; low. fees: my methods will -.. cure all cases of Irregularity; consult -;me: save .! time • and - money : ' advice free : hours 9 a: . m. wto.4. 5:30 to 8:30. 1212 Turk at. \u25a0 A — MRS. DR. WYETH. well-known and reliable -ladles', specialist 'for all female complaints and ' irregularities : ' : instant - relief s - guaranteed ; -30 ! years' experience : ; office hours,' 10 to 5. : 1203 '..\u25a0; Devisadero st.." between Eddy and Ellla. \u25a0\u25a0 - VALPEAU'S female pills: best = regulating pills ':sold;.prlQe $2.50 by express. Pasteur's syringes .and tablets: price $5. By express only ; on,re- . celpt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, whole- sale druggists, "tli apd Broadway. Oakland. DR. MARY 'ADAM. Indies' specialist ,1405 Gold- .en Gate aye.. cor. St«"!ncr st:- hours 1 to 5 and .7 to 8 p. m.; good home for confinement; fee ; s2s;up. •\u25a0- .-,;."' \u25a0\u0084\u25a0-'\u25a0:\u25a0.\u25a0':\u25a0.\u25a0'\u25a0": \u25a0•\u25a0 : ; \u25a0,/:-\u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0 - . A— MRS. DR. KOHL. " reliable .ladies' v sneclallst \u25a0\u25a0for. all female Irregularities; hours. -10 to -5. \u25a0 1206 .Devisadero st.. between f Eddy and, Kills. DR. JAMES 1438 Ellis "St..; near Weh- ;; ster. • Spec!"! Ist: In women's diseases.- Hours '\u25a0>.9 a. m.'to fl,p.m.: Sundays. 0 to-2. , DB..AND MRS." ROSEN, ladles' reliable spe- - claMst*. have returned from Europe. 29H5 Fol- ' som st.\- ; , ' MRS. M. A. PICKRUM. 2542 Buchanan st.. n'r. Green: ladles taken in confinement: best of medical attention . snd care.: . DR. and MRS. DAVIES' method of treatment. '524. Valencia st.. bet.! 19th and 20th. \u0084 DR.'C. CO'Donnell." renowned female specialist. 91OA TWlsn<l<TO. bet. McMllster & G. G. aye. 3IIXES % AXD MIXING. GREEN WATER— The greatest copper mines ever discovered : bigger than Batte and Blsbee. TONOPAH — The .most permanent, of all Ne- vada's great mining districts. Investments In both camps that will return large profits. -M. H. CRITCHER. 75 Sutter ; st.. San Francisco.' ' THIRTY million tons In sielit: city anil smelt- ers near: I sell control $100,000; principals. . B'« RSBS,: Call office. Oakland. ASS WING and all branches of mlnlnsr taught at HEALD'S School of - Mines.', 205 Locust aye. • A!SS\YINO. 50c: cash for gold, rich ore. etc. Pinvrp'R ,«ssay f.n:.' tst r.th <r.. nr. "m. \u25a0 MILL AXD CABINET WORK. - HAAS^WObDWoiiKI^O^CO.', 1 87 to Vs^Mlnna st 0 Mill and cabinet work, turning, planing, etc. LOST AXD FOUND. > LOST— A .passbook with the Hibernia Savings ' and Loan Society", of San Franclsoo In the name of NICOLUS MONTERIO, Xo. 311-127; the finder will 'return to bank; unless same Is ! returned . within five days a new book will ,be issued to, the applicant.- \u25a0- '. \ LOST—A passbook with the nibernla Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco In the name of PUIKAS t EHRENKRANZ, No. 310- v ( 1110; the finder will please return ;to bank; : unless i same Is returned within five days a 5 new_book will be issued to the applicant. LOST — A passbook with ; The Hibernla • Sa vines - and Ixian Society of San Francisco In the name • of PATRICK COSTELLO, No. 87-695. 281-228. The finder will nlease return to bank. Unless .same Is returned within five days a new book will be. Issued to the applicant. .-- LOST— A passbook with The Hibernla Savings and Loan Society of Son Frsnclseo In the name of BERNARD 0.-FINKELSTONE. No. 277-310. The finder will nlease return to bank. Unless same is returned within five days a new book will- be issued to the applicant. ' LOST — A passbook with The Hibernla - Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco. In the name of ISABELLE -BOYLE. No. 21.V1409. The finder will please return to bank. Unless same Is returned within five days a new book will be Issued to the applicant., . . . . LOST — A passbook with the nibernla Savlnes and Loan Society of San Francisco, No. 204- Ps7;.the finder will please return to bank; un- less same Is returned within five days a new book will be issued to the applicant. LOST — Small fox terrier pun: brown bead and rump; brown and gray oval snots on Bide; lib- eral reward If returned to 1272 Ellis St., near La/runa. : ' . . FOT'ND— P'.irse eontalnine coin. , Owner can have snrae -by paying expense. Address A. M. FABER, Colma. Cal.. . .: LOST — Left at the Louvre Saturday evening m lady's "vnnitr box: reward if returned to the .- owner. 173 Hartford st. .' LOST — Dundee wstch and chain: W. B. on charm: between Mission nnd Howard; no qnes- 'tlons asked. Box 1140. 'Call. office. LOST— A. coin clasp, purse with $20 and $5 and S two safe, deposit keys: valuable to owner. -F. HF.BARD, 1054 Kills st. .-..-. , ! \u25a0 LOST — Gold \u25a0 pearl ' pin, ¥ bet. \u25a0 Ssn : Francisco . and . Petaluma.;-' 3l3S«24th:st..- Reward.* *"\u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0-\u25a0-' 'AMKTRYST.,hat pin; ?5 reward. Return to 381 AXoe «t. c •:"-*-;;%'\u25a0• :-;'.-. ••'vV.'.^:.-,. .- : - : - .\u25a0','\u25a0'. LOST— Fot, terrier; 3 brown. spots on back: rnrly t3 11; return - 22« Cl'-attanooga st.;- reward." -. FOUND— On ,Mi*!on Rt.. n»sr 2.*? d.i Initial hrnee- let. .Vloress »W 5! OSS7. Call office. Oakland. LOST— B^arfc Gordon setter doc: license 1722. \u25a0 Reward. 'at 2505 Washington st._. . . ' CnEAPESTvIn .the- world* The Weekly -Call. 51 • ne' '•enr^- '• ' :\u25a0" \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0\u25a0- '. .. , RiTTURE CURED. SINGLE jTaTTonbie Sl5. Dr. Picrre>~EiecVrle Trnss: only enre known. Call, address -W.J. PIKRCK. 1417 Chestnut St.. Alameda. TRUSSES. ANNOUNCEMENT^- ~~~~ k ~~~- ''' '\u25a0'\u25a0 WM. HATTEUDTH'R SURGICAL HOU3B. 1838 Eddy St.. above Devisadero. Trosscs. • supporter*, elastic stockings. ; surgical end hospital supplies; formerly 224 Sutter st. MANI'FAOTURKRS. Dealers In rubber anrt snr- glcal good*, tnisses. \ abdominal 'belts, electric \u25a0 belts, electric hatfrles. elastic stockings. Theo /Drrig.Ov.- 70<? G. Gate, f Theo Schmidt. - Mgr. WALTERS '& CO.isurgical instruments, hospital equipments, truss** and elaati? hosiery. , 1608 ffein»T St.. ;near_Geary. • ; : ' - ' MH3.M. C. WILLIAMS, formerly with William \u25a0 Hatteroth — Trusses, supporters, elastic hosiery, " : etc., 4~fi Pssect.. rear Webster.. - - PROFESSIOVAI*-.mfgr. of • trusses, bandages. • WEDEKIND. 200fl Sutter., nr. Fillmore. C. BANNER. .'.::.-.\u25a0'\u25a0• . \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 . IS4 Noe -t. MANUFACTnr.KR o' «nrE«-»l ela«tlc > helU. '-;\u25a0•, TRUSSES sclent'lv fitted; elastic goods. Clark- Ganiilon Truss :&\u25a0>., 1220 G O aye.. nr. Flllmore., JOY'S DRUG STORE— Surgical Instruments. . Bntf cries ttnrt Trn««"« "'^^ Pine- st. \u25a0 - ? \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 ; FIXAXCIAL. "'- \u25a0 - "' \u25a0. : \u25a0 WANTFD— IOO shares or less McCarthy 'Wlre- \u25a0le<"> Telenhone stock. ,--• . . ' . • /; '' r :\u25a0/\u25a0!•'\u25a0. W»nte<l — Hosor R«nM Press stock. ; - ' \u25a0/.'\u25a0-.Wnnted — Pacific ...Wireless Telegraph; .will pn^" Sl.2r> per share. , : - ; ... Wanted — Osk'nnd .'Cremstory stock.-. " AVrnted— lo.ooo or less Realty' Syndicate cer- ; tiflcrrtcs. ' \u25a0:\u25a0' ' - '.. -:; \u25a0 ' : »..\u25a0'••\u25a0; Will sen $10,000 or less of Modesto or Tur- . lock • bonds "»t less thru "par; I also Marconi . (American^ 'Wireless- TeVernph. \u25a0 . \u25a0 F?n rn other choice securities for safe. - to-buy or sell stock on " the stock -exchange wll' reco|y«. nwrnt nttentlon. - W. F,. BARNAPn. \u25a0; . • . Member OnkUnd Stock and Bond Exchange. \u25a0 .'. ! < - ~ 17. Bncon Block. ~: Oakland. ;,-> " \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' Tfl^PKi l«i 'n- way .to *' moke' money -in \u25a0' Nevada roinlTijr stootsr We will, tell yon how. In onr 1 mariiot ; letter.* sent free ' for asking. ; PAT- RirK. ; ELLIOTT .:&• CAMP, conservative \u25a0 brokprs nnd; mine- makers. 1 Coldfield,. Nev. ; COMPANIES 'i INCORPORATED, an* State: ex- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0 pert , leg^l services: : STOCK ar>n \u25a0 BOVD ls«tnes \ '.placed: advice free. ,WM. U. STALEY & CO.. \u25a02 Ornni nrp. .., \u0084 •- \u25a0\u25a0 ' " '.- IBTVESTSrEXTS. : - -'. DO NOT SPECULATF,! '\u25a0 INVEST!! '•Are you looking' for a safe Investment that win net - yon • 20 ' per cent anrt better? - - We > are now ' offering • a block of stock In' the Western Portland Cement Company. The cement \u25a0 lndnstrjv stands In;- tlie front : rank (Of dividend j prr.flnefrs. v. . \u25a0*' •'.:.\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0. ' \u25a0 • '\u25a0'.:\u25a0 '\u25a0.\u25a0:.\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0"<\u25a0 Tills Is' practically the only cement company in : whose learnings yon. have an opportunity ;to 1 participate, as on acconut,* of enormous profits in I cement mills they are owned by a" few capital. I«l8. Shares sold In lots of sor more.' and : every | share of^stock already . sold or to be sold .brings ; the same uniform price of Sl o. *"•'•--., ::--• ; " .;\u25a0\u25a0"••;.-,; i Figures and ' statistics regarding consumption, j 'cost profits.- etc.; are : on band at \u25a0 our , office and , at -your service. ••-\u25a0•" \u25a0•-".•.;\u25a0\u25a0 ;\u25a0.;\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0' - \u25a0•" ..-.= ".>';• . "CHAPMAN & CO. Fiscal Agents. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0' 925 Golden Gate ay». • \u25a0 : STORAGE v t AXD: MOVIXO VAXS. ; TRANSFER JONES I CO. 'S <Inc.)— Baggage .- stor- " 'age:-- moving. ' Phones-- FrankHn . 1602, \u25a0 Emer- 1% gency \u25a0 S!>. s;_ 1139 and -1143 • Geary • st. r ; ;\u25a0•' ?~sy WILSON \u25a0 BROS. • CO. .'» lnc.— Moving and i storage. - Cor.. 14th \u25a0 and; Sanchez sts.'.? I'\u25a0 block ' from ' \far- "'.'. ket j and * Fillmore/ st. ; cart.?- ; Phcne \u25a0, Park . 271.,:. SIGNAL" TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.r 1737 Lombard st ; phone West SOS 6. \u25a0 Moving, packing \1 and; shipping; new , ! warehouses; private i roonssi. PACIFIC Storage and Furniture , ; Moving ? Com- %. psny.» 2320 : Flllmore ? st. ; t phone '• West 2C2S.^ -; AI'VANCK Stora?" ; Co. — Storaie.'. D«ckln». : mov- «h-nr.ln"-. \u25a0 CTft^W'T rp-vf Pf>y c.<? 7.,T tl rk< • \u25a0 ";: j'.X --'GLASS HAXb!JjGLAZIXGr^' .. "\u25a0. '- \u25a0\u25a0 J." LEWIS & CO.. window glass and glazing. 129 \u25a0'-\u25a0Fell^t-v-^v-:'' \u25a0-'--'\u25a0\u25a0: ''-'\u25a0-''- " "'\u25a0 \u25a0 : ". ---'^ -\u25a0' '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:'-,,;\u25a0 'J\^*-r.' RESTAURAWTS.'v!^ ;''!r •.:,'\u25a0 SADDLEROck CAFE > and - Oyster i Grotto. 132 1 feßccbnnan ;»t.^.J;;W.t HILTON., f : ; \u25a0 ':. \u25a0; PACIFIC;; RESTAURANT— FuII v meaIs, '.' 15c op. ;;, 1010 Buchanan at.'. ; "!:.!\u25a0 \u25a0; _ -OFFICES AXD STORES TO ; LET. A STORE for rent •; 13x36: well adapted for bar"-' , ber . shop: In quod locality; rent reasonable. Inqulre'at 1154 Folsom st. near §th. Ideal Restaurant '.\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'-*-. - \u25a0 ' 1 LARGE sunny front rooms, with bay window f and suitable for offices, at IK'S Sutter at., near :.*\u25a0 Laguna. ... . \u25a0 " ' BEAUTIFUL, sunny parlors, suitable for dentist, doctor or lawyer. Inquire at 1519 Golden Gate aye.. between Scott and Pierce sts. . STORE— 7C Fulton. . near Polk: 35x120 to rear street: -also lot 22:6x100; Polk bet. Washlng- ton and Clay; will build t6 suit tenant. . McALLISTER.- 1134. nr. Fillmore — To let. large, sunny finished < basement, suitable, for offices. • or will - furnish . for 2 or 3 men. . FILLMORE. : 1228 — Large, sunny , front cMces: running water: janitor services. SULLIVAN. RF.A & KEHRLEIN. - -. '\u25a0 . FLOOR of 5 lar?e rooms, carpeted, as a whole or divided. .1456 Sutter St.. near Van Ness avenue. ' TAILOIi wnnted tr> rent half of store at Sth an.l Market sts.: rent $25. Cut Rate Shoe Shop. 5 - *-.Sth st. . - . NEW store hnildinsr. suitable for drug store. ' for- sale. -.- 18th and Kansas sts. 551 HOWARD — Lanre loft: zood for storeroom or factory: "second floor; 25x82. > . SUITABLE rooms for offices. 600 3d St.. cor. Brannan. ; - ' \u25a0 * HOTELS AXD APARTMENT HOUSES. HOTEL NORDEN. 75S Howard, bet. 3d and 4th; hot-cold water and steam he*t in every rowi: elevator service; rooms 75c night np. CHBIS- TENSEN & SHAW, props. A flrst-cla» . rrlll • and cafe in connection. '. ' ST. GEORGE. STH AND HOWARD STS. 600 WFiL VENTILATED STNGLF ROOMa 85c. KOe A NT» 75c PET! NIGHT. $2.00 AND $2.50 PER WEEK. HOTEL BELVEDERE— First-class accommoda- tions: SO ra!nnt»4 from San Francisco: reduced rates since the fire. MRS. A. T.. MOORS, pro- ; prietor jmd manager. - HOTEL Crystal. SE comer of McAHlstet and Frnnklin — 75 newly -furnished room*-; for gen- tlemen only; modern conveniences. - , HOTEL Tyrone, !»7 Golden O«te. cor. Larnn*— . .- Newly fnrn.*: bath, electricity- running water. HOTEL Thorneroft — Modern, rewlv. «»»e?antlv . furnished: European plan. <H0 OoTd*n Gate »ye. h^tel McAllister. 1412-141? v-Aiuster •-. Elegant rooTn«: tr»nr'>*< a snecfaitv. \u25a0 _\u25a0__\u25a0_.. HOTTSES TO LET. 18-ROOM' French flnt to le««» for 30 m«nthi. at $125 month: block from Flllmore st.: 2 h«thf»: running water fn nil bedrooms. CHAMBER- LIN & CO., 2052 Bush st. BFAUTIFUL corner of 24 rooms, near Dnhoce Park, for lease; SIOD month. Armlv hetween 2 jjni 4 p. m.. LINCOLN & SUTHERLAND. 550 \.<ilencln st. TO let: honse.. R" rooms and bath; n. c. cor. Pt. T/>ho« and 30th aye. HOUSES TO LET — FURXISHED FURNITURE of 8-room house in Denver. Colo, for sale at hnrssln or trade for similar lot la San Francisco by party locating here: every- . thine good condition, practically new; snap. iddress box 1 ftp. Call office. . $45: HOUSE. 7 rooms and bath: adults: 1 to 5. -lias Noe st.. near 25th. - HOUSES FOR SALE— FURXISHEP FURNISHED, modern. !>-room house to r#nt: .well •' furnished and comnlete In every detail: one of best locations In Sanmllto: fine marine view: will . rent to . responsible, narties only; rent *R5. Inquire E. J. HUMPHREY, room 3. 1507 Market at.. S. F. T ..' - COTTAGES FOR SALE. COTTAGE. 4 rooms, hieh basement suit- able for roomi: rents at $17; on 29th-st ear- line. O. H.-CMBSEN & CO.. 23 Montcnmery «frp*t. FLATS TO "LET. '". . MISSION DISTRICT— FIat of 4 rooms and bath: rent $30. - Two hinrks frora Vsn Ness aye.: flat of 4 rooms nnd Mth: r»nt J>*W>. An»»lv HARRY J. NfOOKW FURNITURE CO., 735 Eddy st. \u25a0 "•' v — — fiu— —^ — : BUSn. IT.B4 — T^wer flat. 7 rooms, tnclndlns store: rent $75; 3 entrances: near Van Ness. TO let— \u25a0"><'nt'«t. doctor"* office; 4 rooms, bath: new. ROftChrtrch st.. hock from M"r>et. FLATS. TO LET— -FTTR "VIS HE'D. FULTA' famished \u25a0 upper flat northwest corner Valle.io end Laguna sts.; 7 ' rooms and bath. 2004 Valfejo st. - . >- -: - WEM^-Fi'RNISnF.n flat fc-r «ile: a mm nnd hnth: .t.tr.ft- r«-nt J-.V*. n.'O Ori1<»«-n Qjte *\u25a0">. FLATS FOR" SAIj: — FURXISHED. -^- -\u0084--, - - WELT^FUTtxiSHEP flat for rnle: 5 rooms "and hath: »^'O: rrnt tro. fl.-.o CoTfl,?, Qiite nve. FLATS FOR SALE— ALAMED A. COMPLETELY fnmished 4-room modern apart- ment; all praetlcanv new: $37*« spot cash; rent ?24. • App!v MEDART, 2301 San An- tonlo nve.. Alamedn. ' - .- \u25a0 - \u25a0 ' - \u25a0 • , ISOO>TS .FOR HOrSEKEEPirO. TWO nnfurnlshed roorts for lronsekecntng. 72 P<» Long aye.. near Masonic aye. and Fred- erlck st. ' ' \u25a0 ROOMS WAXTEH— HOUSEKEEPING. WANTED— 2 housekeeping rooms or a 5 or « room fnrnisVeri flnt. Address hnr 11 PR. Cull. ROOaIS TO LET — Furn'tl nncl TTnfnraM. FRANKLIN. 2344— Nicely furnished front room Bnitable for 2 gentlemen; 3 blocks from City ~ of Paris; reasonable. - - > SUTTER. IdZK near -tamna— Elesantlv furnish- ed rooms: also suites where light housekeeping may be done. POST. 2220. 3 blocks from Fillmore— Elegant front room, for 3 or 4 gents; rent reasonable. Call after 10 i. m. - SACRAMENTO. 2019. near Cough — I-aree. com- - _ fortahly \u25a0 furnished room: a"«so a smaller one: private family: bath: telephone. O'FARRELL, 1400. cor. Buchanan— Suite of suitable for 3 or more; also rooms for 2 ; transient; \u25a0 ':\u25a0,: \u25a0 , • - TWENTY-THIRD. 4042—2 large moms, with use of basement; furnished or unfurnished; no children. -. • . • > WILLdW av4>... 220. off Van Nes«. bet. Eddy -and- Ellis — r<nrire sunny front room suitable for 2: gentlemen preferred. - YOUNG couple have sunjiy »onth room for yonns •lady: breakfast If desired: Western Addition. ; Box 152. C»U office. A — LAGUNA." fiOS. cor. : Hayes — Furnished rooms '\u25a0to rent by the night. \u25a0 '/^ : — zs. BUSH. ,1662. (block and half from Van Ness>— ' . Large ' rooms. . suitable for 2: rnanlne water. 8U5HJ*2509%. - near Scott — Elegant newly fur- ; nlshed rooms: parlor suite. : - DEVISADERO. 1725— A large front furnished \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0" sunny^rooci suitable for 2 gentlemen.; HAIGHT. 577. near Flllmore — Front suite; nlce- \u25a0ly fnrnißhed: gentleman . preferred. •• • '.'..'- HAIGHT. 937— Fine front alcove bedroom. 1 or '-2 gentlemen;! reasonable. - ..- . ' * HARTFORD. 74. . n?ar ! 18th— Two furnished : rooms; gentlemen; reasonable.. . - . HOWARD, -2614 — Large furnished room. LYON, 37 — Ccr.v. ; well-fnrnished room; ; modern -: flat: "private family: adults: gentlemen. MCALLISTER." 1134— Newly! furnished ..- sunny \u25a0 rooms:; phone, bath., running water. - TO LET— Two sunny, front. 'unfurnished rooms. Apply 79 Walter St.. . near 1 '.th. MCALLISTER,': 1349— Elegantly furnished rooms. ;<lsy.. week Or month."; -. ,-.-.:- .- . SHOTWEIjL.'3S!J— Nice sunny room, suitable for • two gentlemen.' '\u0084'\u25a0 '-.. TURK. 1281. near Fillmore — Pleasant front \u25a0 room '' for a gentlemaa.' \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0''-- '. OAKLAND ROOMS TO^ LET. FOR rent. o»kland-^-Fine > double parlors, nnfnr- "•• ' nlshed; • choice : location: - ranny ,'and ; modern.' **- Addrew box fiSO2. \u25a0 Call office. ' Oak land. *y ROOMS .^AXU .BOARD. '\u25a0/___.'. PACIFIC AYE., 2717— Elegant furnished rooms. with best of .table board;; fine view, ' pleasant \u25a0\u25a0: surroundings:.' can accommodate five couples or '.gentlemen; prices reasonable. ; \u25a0 \u0084•-.-':.;..«. \u25a0•• > .' NICELY furnished back parlor, with - flrst-elass ' . board,' for. 2- or 3 gentlemen; reasonable. IS»>4 • Pine sf : V '--' .- \*!' \u25a0\u25a0 FI»ST-CLASS board -at tUe KIRKLA.ND. 1308 \u25a0C Post . St. ['.: MRS. : M. - KIRSKE. - proprietress. - FIRST-CLASS table boara. 1310 Lagan* a:., be:. ''\u25a0 Ellin' ami" O'Farrrtl;:'-. «\u25a0'>\u25a0\u25a0>' Tv ROOMS •-IVAATED.'!-" '. WA NTED — A room or J basement : \u25a0 housekeeping : .-\u25a0; running ;.' water:,: state -.price,-,- \u25a0 Box .1131. . Call ."\u25a0 office. >irisl: FUlmore st. tTA: ' . 1; . \u25a0'.-. , \u25a0 \u25a0:' r; '..-'^wE'^HB.'.';"-. TOM J.BUBNS,^. watch expert." 1429 EUI» at, . near-Buchanan. \u25a0.• . - \u25a0 ->, ;-..-* . . SEWIXG MACHIXEE. SINGER sewing machines. Wheeler t Wllma • sewing machines; needles, parts and sopplie* for both. Sold only by Singer Sewmg Machine Company. Machines for famtty use at 793 Haisht St.. 1156 Valencia st. and 1414 Market st. San Francisco. Cal.; 465 12th st. Oaklaod. Cal. Machines for manufacturers' us« at IT Jones st. San Francisco. CaL Central Agency for Pacific Coast. 465 12th st. Oakland, Cal. I NEW store for Mission District; Stager Wheeler \u25a0 & Wilson and Wblte new drop heads, $10 50* renting, repairing. 3260 22d at.; bet. Mlssloa and Valencia. DOMESTIC— Best, cheapest; all kind* rented, repaired, exchanged: needles and supplies, -for all makes. J. W. EVans. agent. 1658 CFu. ' rev st.. near FiHraore: phone West 3001. \u25a0 ! WILLCOX It. GIBBS Sewing Machine Compaar' located at 724 Turk at. near Van Ne»» aye.:, manufacturers of the gennlae automatic. , ALL makes, new and second-hand machine*; cbear>: repairing . guaranteed. CHARLES. CLAMBECK. 3445 20th aye.. near Mission. 1 NATIONAL Automatic. White, Standard, othee matw. rented, repaired, etc. t. S. COHEN'S •^ SON?. Phone West 57SL lfog, O'Farrell st. ' SINGER. Wheeler & Wilson store, permanently located 2507 Market st.nr.tsth: supplies: ma-i . chfnea rented, repaired.: Phone Special 1177. j NRW machines. $19.50 to $24.50: second-hand.- : $10 to $15, New Home office. 1408 Van Ne*» ! avenne. • . . \u25a0 A SINGER sewing mschlne for sale; 7-drawer. drop head, cheap. 2340^ Fulton at. SI.VGERanrt Wheeler * Wilson: formerly 231 Su?- I_p«<w1 _p«<w Bnsh unrt Va»t Nwit f»t. Wwrg. Wl. \u25a0J. SPECIAL OTI CES." YOU NEED VS. WE~NEED YOU. We wnct better streets. We want letter car service. We want eqnal spar track privileges. We want better fire protection. ;vVe want better harbor and docks. We want better sewers. ' We want better telephone service.- We want salt water reservoirs. We want lower ln^nrance , rare". WHAT DO YOtT WANT? . Join the Potrero Commercial and- Manufactur- ers' Association and help to get them. Address office. 716 Minnesota at. \u25a0 \u25a0 v -*^ \u25a0«•»'• ' Directors: RICHARn SPRHCKKLS. Pr~>tdent. \ IRADOR JACOBS". Vice Freshen". \u25a0_ W. J. nvnRFTT. S#c. « n a Treas WALTER J. BARTNETE. W. A. DOBLE. " ; ...^ • O^VeLIV* 1 "' 1 * j. A. McGregor. , R. • 11. POST'.KTHWArTE. C. W. CORI7RN. G. W. OWRN'S. ; \u25a0WALL PAPER AVD DECORATI.VO. BEFORE placing you r ' order for paperbanzlns decorating, write or call at oar «tore; excel- lent work, lowest prteea; largest stock In town: estimates furnished. S. T. WALE. PAPER CO.. 1C77 <Vrarrell. Phone West 8537. WLVDO W SHADES. COLLINS A FARRELL— Window shades, mat- trpss making, carpet cleaning. 453 Ivy aye - tel. Page 1555. . ADVANCE window shade factory; orders flUett at «hnrt notlo GFO. WAT.COf.M. Kn Tnrit »t. ' SANITARIUMS. AT DR. JUILLI'S SANITARIUM, eonanement with 10 days' care. $30 to *». 2304 Howarn- puone special 171. Training school for nurses. MRS. DR. WEGENER. CaUfornia ConflaemenT Home. 2012 Folsom st.. nr. 16th ; separate room* for patients: heat care: very reasonable terma. NURSES. \u25a0\u25a0 MALE nnrse who gives treatments, with good recommendations, wishes private patients of sanitarium: prefers mental cases. G. STEIN. IOOS Golden 'G»te aye. • *_ DETECTIVES. TH . A^P^ A>rs Secret Senriee Agc'y. 850 miton V- Pi" Park »15--Indlvldual. corporation work ; ' watchmen: unimpeachable references. PROPOSALS. £„„„ NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. OFFICE of the Board of State Harbor Commls. sioners. onion depot and ferry-house, Saa Francisco, Cal.. November 24. 1908 Sealed proposals or bids will be received at this of- fice at or prior to 2:30 o'clock p. m. on Thurs- day. December 0. 1906. for furnishing mate- rials and labor for making repairs to th* union depot and ferry-house on the water- -• front of the city and county of San Francisco. \u25a0 in accordance with the plans - and specifica- tions prepared therefor by the chief engineer of the board and adopted by the board Novem- ber 22. 1908. and 00 file in this office, to which special reference la hereby made. The materials to be used in these repairs will con- sist of the ". requisite - amount of \u25a0 sandstone. . marble. • brick, piaster, paint, glass, etc.. alt to be of the "best quality specified subject to a rlirld examination. No bid will be received unlpsa it is made on a blank f orm . f urnisbedL from this office and Is accompanied by a certi- fied check for five (3) per cent of the amount of the bid. payable to the order of the sec- retary of the beard, as a gnarantee on the «\u25a0; part of the successful bidder that he will, within six (6) days after the acceptance of tbe bid. enter into a written contract to do said work, according to the plans and sped- flcntions prepared therefor, and will also ex- ecute and file with this board a bond tn such sum as the board may deem adequate, with' a surety company, to be approved by the Board of State Harbor Commissioners, and condition-, ed for the faithful performance of such con- ! - tract, nor will said bid be considered by this board unless delivered to the secretary or to" the assistant secretary at the office of th* secretary, at or prior to 2:3 a o'clock p. m. oa Thursday. DecemNr 6. 190 C. at which tlm» and place the bids wQI be opened. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids if deemed -for the best interest of the State. Bidders are invited to be present at the open- las of tfi« bids. ,• CHAS. H. SPEAR. J. D. MACKENZIE. HENRY J. CROCKEE. Board of State narhor Commissioners. LOTT D. NORTON, Chief Engineer. JOHN M. \u25a0 FOY. Secretary. 1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. ~T~* ' Office of the Board of State Harbor Commis-' sioners, union depot and 'ferry house, Saa Fwneisco. Cal.. November 24. -10C6. Sea!e<l proposal* or bhl| win be received at this cfece at or prlpr to i::15 o'clock p. m. on Thursday. Decemb^- 6. 1000. for furnfshlni \u25a0 materials and constructing a shed on Section* No. 1 and N<C- 2 of the sea wall, plank in: a space under same and constructing a cesspool on the water front of tbe city and county of » San Francisco, tn accordance with the p'..»m and specifications prer<are<l therefor by t' » chief engineer of the board and adopted hr the board November 22. 1900. and on file in this office, to which special reference is here- by made. The materials to he used In the worS consist of yellow fir .and mlwood lnm- ber. redwood shingles, wrought Iron ro»!.«. holt*. a spikes.' cast iron, brick, stone newer pipe. etc.. all of tbe best onality specified and *nh- ject to a rigid examination. - No Md will b» received unless It Is made on a bank forv» furnished from this office and is accotnnanlf«t hy a certified check for five (5i per cent'^f the amount cf the bid. payable tr> the orrtp? of the secretary of the fcoird.- as a guxr»n?c't on the part of the successfnl bidder that *>\u25a0? will within six (6) days after the accepts n~w of the bid enter into a written contract t-> do said work according to the -plans • »V| specification:* prepared, therefor, and- wilt ai**> exfviito . ami file with tills* , board ' a bond I'l such. sum. a« the board may ', deem adequate, with a snrety comnnny. to- he approved hy th« Boirrt of State Harbor Conam'sHlnners and conditioned for the faithful performance lof such contract, nor will said bit! be coatthie»Nl by this board na!ess delivered to the secretary or the assistant secretary at the office of tfM secretary at or prior to 2":15 o'clock n. m. <>a Thursday. December 6. 1900. at which tint** and place the bids will be opened. The boar<l reserve* the right to reject any or all bids- If deemed for -the best Interests of the State. Bidders are Invited to be present at the open- ing of tbe bids. , CHARLES H SPKAR. J. D. MACKENZIE. HENRY. J. CROCKER. Board of State. Harbor Commissioners." LOTT D. NORTON. Chief Engineer. <TS»*! JOHN M. TOY. Secretary. STATE PRISON 1 SUPPLIES— SeaIed proposal , will be received at the office of tie clerk of the State Prison at San Quentin until 10:.tu a. m. Saturday, ; the Sth Cay of . December. 1906. and at the office of the clerk of tin- State Prison at Folsom nntn 10 a. m. Satar- • day. the- 15th day of December. 130tt. at ." which times and places they will be opened In the presence of bidders, for furnishing : ami . delivering supplies ' for ' said . prisons, erp- sisting of subsistence stores, forage, fuel, furl oil.- furnishing power to run the Jcte mill and • .electrical appliances for jute mill at San ' • Quentin, " clothlns. medicines, lime/, • cement > ; and other staple suopliee. from January 1. 1907. to Jnne 30. 1807. Inclusive, on condition* > - as " per printed schedules which win .• he : fnr- \u25a0 nlshed on application \u25a0at etther of the abore ..! offices. No bid will be considered unless made, upon said schedules, nor unless -accompanied by . the certified check therein required, •" nor \u25a0 from any other parties than boaa fide dealer* In the -classes of* articles to be- fnrniaiied. \u25a0 Each - bidder . must accompany Ma bid wtrh at certified check opon some well 'known and re- j ' sponsible banking house ' for at least - 10 - per 1 cent of the amount of his bM. payable to tn« ; . president of - tbe \u25a0 board, conditioned that tbe bidder will enter Into • a contract upon notice " of • acceptance, as required by law. - Bids for ' either prison must b»? marked separately. . All . \ payments made on ' contracts will be paid In cash or ' Controller's warrants. Bidders will carefully follow the conditions of the - sched- ules. The board reserves the right to reject any 1 or all bids, as the public interest may lequire, _ and to order any quantity over or nnder the amount specified. ROBERT T. DEVLIN. Pres- . tdeot: J. M. OLIVER. Clerk. • SEALED proposals will be received at . the of nee . of the State Board of • Prison Directors, 629 ' \u25a0 Van Ness aye.. San Francisco, until II a.', nz.. Monday. December 10. l»0«, \u25a0at which • time i and place- , they will be opened tn public, for \u25a0 • furnishing lnmber to the; State 'prison at Fol- v'sjm.. "construction account," to be delivered V during the year 1907. < Schedules and mforma. \u25a0 tion obtainable at the office of tbe board, Ci"j ;\u25a0 -, Van " Nea» aye.,', ' San Francisco. P. -H. - Me- ' GBATH. S*c.: ROBT. T. DIiVUX, Pre^ -\u0084 13