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ROnSKS HARNESS AVD WAGONS
A— 2s HEAD of all-purpose bones. $2» up: 2
large work teams. 2 ponies. 1 7-year-oid pacer,
f«»t onii peutle for lady to «lrlve; klso rubber -
tired Inifipy «ud p«>ny <-art: 10 buggie*. $10 up
$3S: all Ki'ivi:- of wacoiif: 5 weti, of double «u<l
Kingle liamesfi. Mn>t avQ; will trade. 5G5 4tb
si., i ink :•!•].:.
POB tlie lii-m l.i,v;nf>s> buggy come to _lelber"n;
thry will Usl rhrep tinir* longer than \u25a0 poorly
mude em*: we 4isv» all kinds of cr.t-down fur-
nftnre. all kia_ of liiiiiber wagons, trans, all
kinds of mix) wagons, at KLIHBE tt'S. IS9MS
Koisom «t.
MORKIKSCY I'.:u>S.. and waeon tofgs.
and prneral blncksnilthlnjr. 849-551 Kth St..
between Brr»nt und Brannan. We nse tbe
only Griffin rlectrl:- hammer. Horseslioeln;
yhop. .?23 Mission «t.
S. f. CARRIAUK CO.— The best and only busl-
nno bnrplei. and wnponn for city oa*: _II
kinds of ltpht delivery wagon*. buckhot_d».
surrrya. csrm and harness for country use.
375 VsleDfia r*,.
WANTED— Two Klnirle drlvnTT BiMOl HIM each:
ran«t he Kotmd. of good «i>l»r. relintile aud
free; civr irjlnute rtrwTlption; uu p*'"". 11.
M. VARTIN. 2141 Center *(.. Berkeley;
phon.' Ueik. itS!^
ri>U _le— Horn's, welplit 1100 to ia<K) poumis:
2 bnjrFir* : 1 bii*!ne«i i-art: 2 toa ami I ton bM
-upons: liorwo bo«ro.-.l: otall" fif Tent. W.
T. WIIITK. 4-1 Dtk kK •\u25a0
SIX set nincie mi. l four set «lmili!e second-hanii
wacon lisnies* tn ewort condition; «!»o 20 col-
lar* for sale at 519 Cough at. Tel. Market
2CTO
A..--SOr.\l». chnnkv cr«r liorse for sale: welglit
ir.75 lb*: party I>«iitliik t«wn. laqttire 4-tti;
M UKion «t.. ramVr « venue.
f^K> -^-Slncie-foot Hflrtille-liorTe for nale; I*s Issnilc
bUrt>: welciit 1200: pmitJp for ludy to drive,
j. Jacobs. s«n Mnt.v>.
KCHAITKI. & HASSAN— LIpht. beiivy Itarnesn.
cfl!lar«. ro!«>f. blanket*, whips. 454 Sth St..
tiesr Bryant.
Ni:W end Mlirnrt »mnrles «old: repalrinc and
niW^r tiles. KT-NNHY MFG. CO. CU VslencJ.
' IMlifS l.lrl-trrade lmrnrs)>. «ad'!l>'».
W-Ite for <-*?*>(;. ICT.3 Market. Tel. Mkt. 2075.
}. <*'KANIi OQ, FoC liitrneaa, rolies. blsnketn und
whITW. 52? Golrtcn Gate eve.; dog collar*.
Sl'f»\«;i'S--Hes(lquMrtet> for S|x>njr»ii snd cii».
mots. 2115 I'lne Pt. S. ADDKRLF.Y.
!!nriIMI'Mi — Harness made to order. $25 up.
ICSa 23d *'. All work cusranteed.
A i'FKAM-SKIV t>ic S .-tliiiiii wildie pony. 13.'il
rolKom Ft. Pli.me Murket 14C.M
HOn«R!i VTJkVT—D
(TAKTED— SO to 40 head of jrrartltijr s»i«'k ana
i'rruetts: ?. monthß' job. |<i->Ki4lb!y ioujrer. Ail-
<lre;.s D. nOBKBT-OK. IW) Town»en<l S.F.
WANTPD— Lsrce. styiiKh- borfe. geuti.-. to ilrtve
snd ride: unite »«e. weight nnd |irl'-e. Ail-
rtn>s I.FSTKR. ITl'i I'.iikli «t.
TK AMS TO lIIKK
WILL Jot mv f.iie large team null wagon to re-
nrKinstble pnrlr for $5« per luontb: teem at
jsrh n- 1 Florida fU., Sbd Fr.inrii>co. K. P.
MHOPK. 1411! «:r»ve St.. BTke'ev.
STOIIiiGF A\U MOVING VA\S
BKKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANT.
riKKPP.OoP WABF.HOUBK.
13tb end Missioa vta. Tel. Market 13.
BEKOKK moving call on the BrllaMe Expre»»
<~o. ; furnUur*' moved, parked and shipped tn
ati.v part of the city or country. Stand corner
Sutter and Flllmore sts. ; residence northeast
corner Point Lobo* and Blake, formerly of
Sutter and Montgomery.
KCREKA TRANSFER CO.— Bagcmre snil freiclit
moved; etorajre at low rates; offlca IG2 Fulton
mt. Phnne Market 2758. F. HESS. J. S
KDWARDS.
WILSON BROS. 00.. Inc.— Moving and Stornc.
cor. 14th and Sanchez sts., 1 block from Mar-
ket and Flllmore nt. cars. Phone Park 271.
I'ACiriC Storage and Furniture Movine Com-
mnr. y>;o nilmnre st. Phone Went 2023.
CARPET CLEA\IXG
ALL carpets ant) rugs cleaned oa tbe floor with-
out removal by the S. F. Compressed Air
. Cleaning Co. Office and shop, l.v.i. St. and
Kan Bruno aye. Phone Market 2672.
ALL ready for business — Pioneer Carpet Clean-
ing Works; temporary offlce. Sit Golden Gate
aye. Phone Park 691. J. SPACLDINO _ CO.
A. W. WHELDEN CO.— Cleaning and laying:
office and works, 2400 Geary. Phnne West J*T
Wattn — Bellsbie carpet cleaning; alteration; ren-
nTattng. Uytng. f>7 Waller st. Phone Park SCSv
MITCHELL'S old-«stab. carpet-cleaning work*.
ars» rt.. cor. Dolores. Phone Market 140g.
C_KPETS cleao«l. 4c yd.; laid. 6c. OISSLOWS
C. C. CO.. 3,sQS 22d st. Phone Market 22*8.
CONKLIN BROS.' Carpet CTeanlng Work*. 1319
?>ntt 't.. near O'Farrell. Phone West SCOJ.
ADVAXCR Cdrpet Clesning Co. — Advanced meth-
/klv r.lnyr.E TVAIvCOM CO.. 837 Tnrfc st
Dlt_>'C AXD CLEAXIXG
*F.Sli Timr <lrr cleaning to th* Presldln Heightu
I»re Works und he forever rctiNfied. Call Went
4."i.'( for ~«cnn O!"fi.v> r.r»3l-n»3l Sacramento rt.
A \JJ FOUX D _
LOST — A rtascbuok with the nibernla Saving*
\u25a0 end Ivosn Soclerv of San Franrin<— in tlm
name of DR. WILLIAM M. HERRIXGTON.
No 21ft-112H Tlie tinner will please retnra
to tank. I'n'ess same is returned within five
days a new book fri!l be issued to the ap-
plicant.
LOST — A paMb-wk with the Hlt>»rnia Savings
•nd Lean S.vlety of San franciseo. in the
name nf JOSK.PH T-RCOVIKO, Xo. IM-112r.;
S"7-1172: tlie finder will pleose return to bank,
l.'nlewi same \u2666* returned within five d.ayn a uew
hn-.fc will he i---.ii-.'. to the applicant.
$T,Ofi \«!!1 he paid for tin- return of the Jewelry
Hlfn from Hie r«>».ulcn<-e of p. c. Drencher lit
34CS 11. «t.-. Sm-rnmento. ("jii., o:i tl.e evening
of I>b. 2». IHO7. Coninitmicaie with WM. E.
KU-MtOTtCg. P. ••. | M .x 08. Karramento. Cal.
LOST— March l». rturk bay horse; |,mg tail snil
tumrj mf.ur: white *i»ot on lilml foot] white
*pots on fldi' fn>ni »»addle. Ileturu to J.
DOrr.HF.P.TY. Dtn anil Division sts.
LOST — Going fr«m Montgomery to CotniiMTctal
Ktn.. lady'f rf>l<l v.st»»li: monogram _ L. i'lnrtir
piwise return to «4'i Comnieroial st. and re-
reli-»» JC> renatil.
L'^T— /lUa.-k liorxe. i>.-i:u white on one kind
foot; l.:iri:<--v on. Return to French tinker? .
' «>rser point 1»Ih* and lOfh sves.. tel. Pacific
«Sl4: reward.
FTBAVEI»— Bay horse, weirhltig sl«mt l_tf
ponnds: liberal reward i»alil for Informal ioa
loi-ntlnK same. 1. V. UITTON, r.".3 14tli *t.
IvOST — Top of sspiiUire snil diamond sturt. l>e-
inwn Sl-.reve't. and Berkeley. Beturn W. A.
:iAI?GF.AR. Khreve _ <.'o. Large reward.
?/>ST,-Wlii!e i».'k<-. Thnrmlay nbrht: weigiit IOT.O
Ih*;: msne twrts in center: reward. Itcturu in
MONT r*E.VCK. 17"1 Harrison Bt.
LOST — Wev"nemlay morning, one pair lady's
glasses in cane. Return to 2 |!i| " Sutler «t.,
room 3. nnd receive reward.
LOST — Smull h'Bck purse •\u25a0•ml r mini: change and
S _PJ*: No. .'.2.V.. Iterurn kij> l.» S. l\ Jett-
, »•„> «'••.. im Fillmore ft.
DIAMOND ring; plain setting: lust Thnr*lnv:
very lilieral rewnrd : tio «|:iPKtt>m* _>kc<l< K«*
tnrn to 7 Front at..
MIST — Bay borne: white strip on forehemi: left
l.tnfl ankle white. Return t« Mf.N'AC _
KMITIi: reward.
J.<»^T — A lirowu i1«»v: cn«m h<-tw»<-u HrmnU'l an<l
\u25a0setter: Ueevs* tag IKJ»^. Return to 22 1» <;eary
St. Reward.
l.'i>i — a tiininond «-iiff!nitt"ii: tnunocrarn W. last
W«!nc«dav. l.M'eril reward. Itcfiim to V*
, Wclm'rr si.
r*'»L'Nl»— In the < trjilietltit. a hlu»rt. iliirk over-
coat.. Apply at Tlw C«il office. IC.I Klllmore,
LOST— Double tlk-t.Kitli charm No. 17. Ueturn
io CX, Market <.: rewwril.
' • MI'MCAL IXSTBCME.VTS
A CHANCE to tret a Rood f-I'R fC.UT PIANO at
your «»•« prlee; nev«-ral taken in exehnnpe for
•lie HKINK PLAVEK IMAM); 2 rishers, %m
\u25a0nd $115: Shermer. fl4<i;' Werner. ¥155; Mar-
\u25a0theil. fUC>: Slierwuod X Sou. f 17<t. and m vi-ml
\u25a0 otlipni. TliPae are all KIUST-CLASK IP-
KIGIiTS and mtuie of tln-m cannot be told
from new. Ternw. rents J2 np. Instailmeutu
U iif.. lIF.IXK PIANO CO.. i::41 <ioliien <:«te
are.. ]4(i(S Bnsb «I. and 40!«-471 24>th ft.. Oak-
land. Cal."
BCV direct from factory piano* fhM ulng tbeir
i.wn prais*. WILLIAM L. SCHMITZ. prao-
- tlcal and artistic piano maker, toner and re-
pairer, in bis own building at 48 Bart left at.;
guaranteed.
DON'T take any chances when buying a piano;
we guarantee aheolnte satisfaction In every
«aKf. BENJ. CI7RTAZ * SON. H;is Van
New aye. Established 1856.
AICKT "ell bljrh prade pinno, nwfi 4 rnontbs; no
reasonable offer refimed. 1341 Golden Gate.
SuHMrit. Hymn Muiizy |ilanos. (Vclllan piano
players. ISVBON MAUZY. 1175 <l'|-srreJl,«t.
PIANOS aold oo (5 monthly payments; rents.
»3.80. JOB. SCHMITZ _ CO.. 430 Devissdero.
A NEW piano, munopany case. Sl5O. BOWERS
_ SON, .'.!\u25a0» McAllister at., uear Van Ness.
BARGAIN tn piano. Call at 823 Webster st.
A GOOD plsno: rent S3 mo.; oo ctg. if kept 6
months. SCOTT-CCBTAZ. SCO Hayes Bt.
I'Olt sale — Upright piano; pood condition; a
bargain. IS3Q Adeline yt.. Oakland. . .
AN upright:' piano, alnoct . a*w. \u25a0". at a escrlßc*.
Call or write 1860 Golden G*U aye. ..
Mt'MCAL IXSTRUWCNTS— Contl-qf*
"A SNAP— Uprlcht. rosewood finish, perfect order,
$75; must to sold. *53 Valencia at.
SMALL I'PRIGHT IMANO, in good condition.
S«». 1406 Bush st.
MEDICAL
DX. SVLVESTEB'S Office.
517 23d ft. (nr. Telegraph ay».), Oakland, CaL
leading Specialist for Women.
Ladies — If you are snfTerlng from sny ail-
ment pecn'.lar to your »ci. worried about your
condition ond need help, consult this famous
cpeclallst. because he is truly the only regn-
larly cradnated physician specialist for
women advertising, having «1»> years of suc-
o^—WITHOUT ONK FAILURE— he gives
relief— AT ONCE — wltbout drugs, operations
or needles* detention from your occupstlon.
wlib original — PAINI.ESS — HARMLESS —
methods. With high professional standing
and qualification* recognized by the highest
medical ahthorlty. with office well appointed
nnd strictly private, be is the SAFEST— AND
SUREST— man to consult when you need
. Jielp. Consultation ana advice absolutely free.
Private sanitarium when necessary. Fe.es
rnoderste. Hours, 9 a. m. to » p. in. Open
Sundsrs. Telephone Oskland 7MI.
DR. SYLVESTER'S Offlce.
Sl7 23d at., nesr Telegraph aye.. Oakland. Cal.
DR G. W. O'DONNELL— LadIes, all who are
sick or In trouble, consult this specialist on
female compUintu; positively corrected; the
unfortunate helped; tbe most difficult case*
treated; every case taken; immediate relief;
in* |_tsonln: drug*; low fee; my methods «a°il
c-iire all caees of irregularity; consult me: ssve
time and money; advice free; hours. 8 a. m. to
4. S:SO to 6:80. 1212 Turk »t.
VALPEAU'S female pills: best r*(rul«tlnE Pills
sold; pHcc $2.50 by «-Kpre«t. Pasteur* syrlnsp*
and tablets: price $5. By express only oa re-
«-etpt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, whole-
sale druggists. 7th and Broadway. Oakland.
A— MRS. DR. WYKTH. reliable ladles' special-
ist for all female irregularities; Instant relief
guaranteed; 30 yean*' eiperienee: office hours,
10 to 5. 1726 Steiner kt.. nesr Suttt-r.
_li. JAMES NEAL. 143S Ellis Kt.. near Webster.
S;i.--!:J:M in women's dlseaties. Hours. Ba. tn.
to :• p. m.; Sundays, 0 to 2.
MRS. M. A. PICKKUM. 2b42 Buchanan st.. near
Grew; lHdW>s taken tn confinement; best of
n.edieal attention and care.
DR. WEST _ CO.. 1035 Golden Gate aye. — Old
vpecialltu fur women. Houra. 1-3 and 7-8 p. m.
DR. C. C. O'Donnell. renowned female specialist.
Ul2 Derlwidero. bet. McAllister and O. G. eve.
MRS. DR. KOHL, specialist, irregolarltUw: hr«.
10 to T>. 1726 Striner. tH»t. Sutter and Pagt.
DR. ROSEN. 29515 Fo!som st.. cor. 2Cth— Ladles;
!i.i'i;-:iiu!s recommend him: relief or do fee.
im. and MRS. DAVIKS' method of treatment,
t>24 Valencia *^t.. between 19tb and 20th.
CHEAPEST and best in America, The Weekly
Call. $1 per year.
MONEY TO LOAN f.
A A A A A A A A'A A A
PORTLAND JEWKLRY CO. .
Don't l.i —iiiled. Our ronaer patrons are
Lereby notifled that the PORTLAND JEW-
KI.ICY CO.. formerly of 25 Stockton ft.. Is In
no war connected witii any .loan office now
• •.<«!. :;Mi-ii in Sfix-klon »;t., having dl>-;Miseil of
«>i:r lusus and pledging tiejiartiueat to the Gem
Jewelry Company <l»""-'. •\u25a0' '•""\u25a0 Market M..
above Poweii. We »«f«'ly reeoaimenil that firm
a» a rellabie place tn tiorruw " money un
<lUiuonda and valuable*: cbeafiest interest.
Pled^H* kept one «ear.
I*ORTI.AND JKWFJ.RY CO.
AAAA — Any salaried employe or wag*-ear_er
can get from us. Juiit on his note —
Monthly. Semi-Mo. W'kly.
$50.00— Return to u5.. 513.00 $U._» $3.35
$.'.o.Oi»— Uetura to u«.. «.O0 4.00 2.00
* I.*. i«i~ Return to u«.. 4.(MJ 2.09 I.IK)
Or eny other sum in proportion.
THE STAU LOAN * INV. CO..
THK CITY IjOA.V CO.,
n_t CRESCENT LOAN CO..
904-Wl5 Mutual Saving* Bank Building.
KVKK NEF.I) MONEY?
WANT IT IS A liUKIIT?
WANT IT PRIVATELY?
KNOW WHERE TO GET IT?
MONi.i loaned salaried people and others upon
. thetr own names wltbout security: cheapest
rnteK. easiest payments: offices in 63 principal
cities; save yourself money by getting our
terms first. TOLMAN. 757 Market, room 137.
Formerly 553 Parrot building.
"HOUSF-HOLD LOAN COMPANY." : T "
Room 70, (intt Golden Gate, at Polk; «Iko 3
Macdononrli bids., Oakland, wl'.l loan you sums
of $10 to $2uo tin furniture, piano*, horse, ve-
hicles (without removal). Tel. Market 3329.
_________ — _____
7 Franklin realty Bldg.. <-or. Golden Gate and
Polk: H"l St. Paul Bldg.. Oakland.
Salary losns made quickly and privately to
steady employe* ; lowest rates; eauy terms.
HKRMAN MURPHY
Junction «f Market and Sutter Streets
First and second mortgages, estate*, legacies, etc.
LOAN on furniture, pianos or security of^ any
k!ud; to poor people we make loans free of
charge. ILLINOIS TRUST CO.. 1516 Eddy.
BORROW money on dlHmonds and valuables: 2
pt-r cent interest. GEM JEWKLRY CO.. IKXJ
Mm-ket M.. near Powell, and 17 East st.
ON furniture and pianos in nse: no commlsKion.
V. TBEMAIN. ~M Buchanan st.. near Hayes.
ADVANCES on dlamouds as usual. Baldwin Jew-
elry Co.. permrneut office 12C1 Van Ness aye.
MORRELL — Cufu loaned to salaried men no note
wltbout Indnrser. U22 Monartnock nulldifeg.
MONEY ( Golden Gate Aye. Loan Office.
LOANED.j 1276 Golden Gate aye.
E. S. BONKLIJ. 2002 Pierce St.; lowest inter-
mst: no commlfwinn: confidential.
MONEY WANTED
I/)AN wsnted — Want $4000 loan on good prop-
erty. Miwcion and lsth nt«.: will pay go.»J
Tnt«v«-y.t. Sre WRIGHT _ GREFNK. 532 Itiwh.
MISCELLANKOUS FOR SAL-
CASH registers— Do yon need a silent partner In
your business? One that will look after yonr
Interests when you are sway? If bo, call at
our offlee and let ns show you bow a "Na-
tional" wtll accomplish this. Over 500.000
tu<ent of our systems can testify to this. Why
not let a National Cash Register relieve you
«if all the worry ami details? The National
<_su Repinter Co.. 1283 Gold en Gate aye.
CASH registers; tbe best made Is tbe Hall wood;
this it. Hie cash register tbe trust is afraid of.
Why? Because it's a better oue than they make
for one-third the price; we carry Nationals,
practically new, for $„, $35. $50; easy month-
ly payment*; investigate.
PACIFIC COAST CASH REGISTER CO..
l« City Hall aye.
LAUNDRY mangle for sale; Nelson _ Kreuter
type: tsK-inoh wteara roll; In perfect running
order. Can be «*«-n at 70" McAllister n.,
near Gimgh. %
UAIN OR SHINE.
Cimtlnastlon sale of furniture. Ike Mendel.
Henry Uhude. Brother Solomon. Deacon Billy
Wharton. benldes fonr extra »alenmeii, uu the
tl.M.r: uo rti-lry at ii. srHIXI.II AAS. 1 Oak-
. land. Do coiue and wee us.
roll sale at a bargain — One practically new
Bertiu automatic glue lo'.siter. No. 212, 0 ft.
0 lv.; complete with fitted headM fur toßglie
and groove (.luh Jollity. For further particu-
lar*, address California Lumber _ Mllllns C«..
W. Berkeley. C-ul.
ELEGANT-
C-ft. -enameled bathtub.
20x30 W. E. sink.
20-gallon boiler.
Patent water closet..
Combination. $40.50. tUC* POST STREET.
PLUMBERS' Mil pipe, fittlnss, lead bollem,
metals, bnllders' wall anchors, Boor plates,
easli weights, half price. NX. coruer Pnltoa
•.lift Oough Hts.; 13X1 ft. C-Lu. sUitt. soil pipe,
$1.50 a length.
tMK saJe — A large and rare collection of birds'
eggs nud ocetii; truthered from all over tbe
world: suitable for museums. Apply at 803
KM »t.. Oakland. «'nl.
I'OR sale — Soda fountain, cigar fixtures and
*how cases In stnek; bank fixtures. WIUT-
COMB CABINET COMPANY. 027 Market et.,
ur Kansas City, Mo.
HALLWOOD cash registers; total adders; $25 to
$!«0; rWo Nationals. CASH REGISTER EX-
CHANGK. 1163 Market eU. Central Theater
building. •."'*•\u25a0 ' -
AA — Chirks «-very day, 10c; 23 varieties of
tboronghbred t*nK*. Ingleelde Poultry Yards,
mi" Ml. Veruon aye., Oi-eau View car.
________
One large, one email; both bargain*. Box
—0. Call office. ' \u25a0 -.
FOR sale — Soda fountain, snowcases. bank - and
office fixtures, marble work; call and ccc them.
WUITCOMB. 51TT Market st.. San Francisco.
BARS, cigar etands. grocery and window displaj
Sxturen etc., at short notice; showcases; desks.
MICKK. 1101 M-slon st. between 7th and _tb.
RELIABLE Woodworking Company. 219 221 Bth
st. — Store and of Ore fixtures; call once, see our
nrw stock of bar fixtures. M. P. JOHNSON.
SAFES— Bargains; large stock of new and eec-
«nd liand. WALTZ BAFK'_ LOCK CO., 21
and 23 Spear ft. Phone. Tempwrary, 3067. . \u25a0" '
LAONCHES, new ana slightly vsed. Cal. Launcb
Works. Pac. Coast agents for Peninsular mo-
tor. Bias ding aye,. Park St.. Alameda. .•/
600 TONS second-hand pipe; 5e115. 75 per cent' of
i lie price \u25a0 of new. . Aridresa < ALE XANDEB
BALVAGK CO..' 1083 Howard at.. 8. F. .-'\u25a0»•:, : :
FOE «ale— Machinery of . all kinds bought, sold,
eccbangad and rented. . H. S. White Machinery
Oomptuy, cornef 9th and Bryant sts.
THE SAN FK-_yOlSCO" ? (3AI/L, SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1907.
MISCTKLIJiyEOPS — FOR SALE~Cont.
TENTS^^ANVAS WORK. WAGON COVERS
AND AWNINGS AT F. THOM'S. 1209 MIS-
SION ST. PHONIC MARKET 21P4. j
txitt sale — Th>«r»t:j;libre«l bull-terrier bitch and
•2 high-claKi* piijinlen: will «-ll cheap. Inquire
760 Oth ' aye., Richmond diwtrict; . * ' ',
A KINH collection «f ol«i o»lu«i. old wntches and
war inedala for sale: reasonable. «Jeui Jew-.
elry Co., HW Market »t. " - "
A large Jeweler's naf*. with chest complete:
alm> large Crcpnmf safe., slightly used, half
price. Box 43f». Call. ' -
fOB sale— Lsdleu" Kngllsh side saddle; cost $&">:
monogram M. B. Un cloth; reasonable. Call
liifeT McAllister st. :'-.-"-
PEES L ESS gsgoline engine. 6 h. p.. $240; '2
Ktearn pumps, hi li. p. motor, lnte drill press.
1057 Fulsom Bt. . . -
AWNINGS — Ball-bearing- flxtnres; child can op«r-
ate them. 20TII CENTURY AWNING CO.,
r.26 Market sL . . ' ' '
ONE marine engine, IKO-liorsepowt-r: price $500;
prartlcally new engine. JOHN W. SMITH,
•37 PolHo'm st.
EMPIRE Machine Works. Machinery built and
repaired. Is 2 Shipley st.. nr. Sth. Temp. 1384.
SAFES— New and secondhand. "RICHARDSON
BROS., Gen. Agts Cary Safe Co.. 131 Sth st.
SCALES, trueka. coffee mill*, money drawers.
Jas. Geddes & C 0.,, 431-83 Larkln; tel. Km. t_3
BAR fixtures. AIKEX & KING, agents of Chas.
Passow _ Sous. 1273 Mission; tel. Special 117 a
EDISON Moving Picture Machines and Stereoptl-
cons; bargains. GEO. BRKCK. 552 Prove st.
FOR rnak— Clr. saw table, with tfrswbead; bore
machine. Prabl _ Schmidt. i>4l tHilscia st.
MAHOUA.N'V counter* and show cakes at a bar-
gain. 23 Bart If tt, near 22 d. J. Hendrirkn.
GASOLINE launches of all kinds on band, for
sale— Crowley's boathouse. Vallejo-st. wharf.
G. E. BI.'SSELL, plumbers' supiilles. builders'
wall anchors, machinery. W»i Lindt-n aye.
AA— LARGE and small fire ami burglurproof
»aT>: l^rgalna. Must sell. Box 408. Call.
WELL DRILLS for oil. gas aijd water welU;
latest. LOUMLS DRILL CO.. Tlfttn.-Ohlo.
ALL Vinds or irt- on und |>l»nt«: send for price |
list. <;EM M'RSERY. I>Q!> Oatow. Cal.
I-AITNDRY appliances end balll>caring easy
wringers. J. IRVING. ft 2 l^uders »t.
3000 GOVERNMENT TENTH. ALL SI7.KS;
AI.SO WHOLESALE. 717'/., TURK ST.
KING'S OLD BOOK STORE. 801 Uolden Gate
aye.. near Octavia st. Books bought.
WEEKS-HOWE-EMERSON CO. — They make
flags and flag poW. 61 Market st.
A BIG llnp of gas and electric fixtures cheap.
1107 McAllister St.. bMow Klllmorr.
SAFES— The Hermann Safe Co.. I2tl Kolsom St.; j
agents Macueale & Urban icafes.
20-Hl'. atatlosary ttainillne engine; H-30 Mission
Park, lstb end Church M*.
MISCELLAXEOI'."* AVA.XTS
WANTED—A roomy tsieampr. 3W or 400 tonsior
more, of Hglit draught for cuke, capable of
rros«lnp bar with (> or 7 Teet of water at low ;
tide: also a second-hand lailk 900 to ttiK) tons. ,
enjiper-llned Ijottpm, for storage pur|v»ses at
iaudlng. Addrex*. utaflng p*"l<"**. full particu-
. Isrw mid where same may !>e seen, JOHN J. ,
DRANK. 2100 Sutter Rt.. corner Steiner.
A — <;KNTS' secondhand clothing boupbt and sold.
Ml'SlN'S t 12JK1A Eddy st.. cor. Buchanan.
DRKSS wilts— Tuxedon and other suits bouirlit.
L. SKOLL. 707 Golden Gate. Phone Mkt, 4«8I.
BOOKS and libraries bought for cash. THE
HOLMES CO.. 4ti2 Van Xe*s nve. £
CASH paid for diamonds. O'NEILL A EBER.
1744 Flllmore St.. below Sutter.
HATBi_<miAL
VOt'NG man. 27. recently from tl?e F.ast, of ed-
I'.eatlon. means and having a good trade, wishes
to correspond with young lady of neat ap-
licarsnee: no objection to working girl: object,
matrimony. Box 447. Call office^
A BRIGHT young man. with means. ., alone,
having no relatives, earning fair salary, would
like to be«r from working "girl, blonde or bm-
nette. ihkliT: SOj female cook. etc.: view to
matrimony. Box 425. Call office.
MECHANIC with steady lnf»ni«. ."!!» year*. <;«r-
uian. • Ktrsoter- in city, good character, well,
wishes the acquaintance of good, bonedt work-
ing gil «r widow: objwt iuatrliuony. Box 730,
Ca\l. Klllmore st.
WOULD YOU -MARRY IT SUlTED?— Matri-
mnnlal paner with advertisements, marrlace-
able people, many rich, from all sections,
tnellcd. sealed, free. 11. It. GUNNEI.S. To-
ledo. Ohio. .
GKNTLKMAN. 32 years of age. desires the eorn-
panlonMilp of a concenlal liidy of about the
name age: object, matrimony. Box -457*; Call.
A YOTNO man wants to correspond with a
.vomit lady: brunette who understand* drawing.
Address Box Ki4». Call.
LADY and rentlemsn wishing to marry call rr
address MBS. WOLTER. 1711 Geary t»t.
MIXES AND MIXIXG
ASSAYING WJc: gold, rich ore. etc.. boucht.
Pioneer Assay Company. 131 sth St.. nr. Mint.
ASSAYING and all branches of mininz taught at
HEALO'S School of Mines. 2f15 Locust are.
HOLDERS of Goldfield Gold Dußt mining stock
pl«i-ise comrannlcate with box 431. Call office.
Modrl «D«1 Novelty .llunufacturcru
KLKCTKIC aud mechanical Instruments, tool
making, premwork. gear cutting. V. SOLL-
MAN. 37r> Natoma. near fith. .
MARBLE AXD MOSAIC WORKS
DESIGNERS and contractor*. Galans! marble and
Mofslc Co. Tel. Fell ft 24«. 1121 Fell St.
FOR. SALE — Office Fixture*, rtc.
BIXXJK l<ooks. 3, city real entste; new, nice,
$25. Box 724. Call office, or Tel. West SM».
_ 9_ T i___ fS
CHAS. B. HOBKKCHT. 10.".3 Golden Gate aye.;
call and be convinced: consultation free (for-
merly with Geo. Mayerlei; tel. Market 2200.
\u25a0 GEO. C. KEMP, late of 2002 Market, now at
; 459 Flllmore;personsl attention: open erenlnffs.
1 L POVELSEN, EXPERT OPTICIAN. TTs
Church st. Open evenings. .
G UXSMITIIS
W. H. PRICE, 16 years with Clabrough &
Golcber. pun stocks a specialty. 9 East st.,
o;>n. Tlhnrnn ferry.
HEMORRHOIDS i
PILES, fistula, etc., prime factors to constipa-
tion: liver, stomach, kidney, bladder and back '
troubles cured to stay cored wltbout knife or
hindrance from business; many In this vicinity
cured; call, investigate. THOS. J. KISNCR,
M. P.. 2091 FlHmdre st.
; . ROOFING
LEAKY roofs — Repairing, painting, elastic pre-
pared roofing. " Century Paint Roofing Co., 231
Oak «t. \u25a0• - - -
RUPTURE CURED
DR. ,PIERCE*S Electric Truss does the work:
established 32 years. PIERCE _ SON, 1417
Chestnnt " »t.. Alameda. Tel. Alsmeda- 17H0.
TRUSSES
ANNOUNCEMENT—
WM. HATTEROTII'S SDRGICAL HOUSE.
1532-34 Flllmore at., bet. Geary and O'Farn-U.
Trusses, supporters, elastic stockings, surgical
and hospital supplies. Formerly 224 Sntter st.
MRS. M. O. WILLIAMS. ' 1
Formerly wlth.Wm. Hattcrotb — Trnßses, support-
: era. elsst. hosiery, etc. 476 Page. nr. Webster.
WALTERS _ CO.. sarglcal Instruments, hospital
equipments, trusses and elastic hosiery.' 1008
. Steiner st. t near Geary. \u25a0 . - \u25a0•'..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
SPECIALISTS in trus* fittings, C|.ARK-GAU-
DIOX COMPANY. 1220 Oolflen Gat^'ave.
A. BERBERT _ BRO.. 'trusses, appliance*. o_B
Golden Gate aye. \u25a0-.;-."
" ,SE\n.\G MACHINES
SINGER sewing machines,' Wheeler : —Wilson
sewing machines; needles, parts and supplies
for both. Sold only by Singer Sewing Machine
Company at following Singer store*. Han' Fran-
cisco, CaL: -1156 Market St.. 783 Halgbt St.,
1150 Valencia St., 512 Clement st., 1431 Bush
•L. 351 McAlllsttT st., .2507 Market st., SW
Golden Gate aye. Oakland: 4«5 12th nt.. 105(1
Washington . St.. 1141 E. 14th- st. Alameda:
.1321 Park st. Berkeley: 3210 Adeline st.
DOM Eh'TIC— Best, cheapest;- air kinds rented,
repaired, exchanged: needles ' and supplies • for
all makes. J. -W. Erans, agent, 1658 \u25a0 O'Far-
• re-fl '„ at.. "'. near Klllmore; r phone : West ; 3001. *
NATIONAL \u25a0 Antomatlc. White, , Standard, other
• makes, renti»d. rep.iired. etc. I. S. COHEN'S
SONS. Phone West 0761. -Ifil6 . O'Farrell st.
20 . SECOND-HAND . machine*, . to ' be , sold Imme-'
diately. ' 1220 Oolden Oate aye.V nr.' Flllmore.
UXITED GLASS .WORKS ..>'
H. R." HOPPS, Proprietor. •\u25a0 ...,
All '* kinds *of \u25a0• ornamental * glass. : 115' Tnrk . at.
•<\u25a0 Telephone ' Franklin U7C3. - ; "'\u25a0 "\u25a0. i
4 . T00K. WORKS y : _ V '
TA BER-BIGELO W CO.. :\u25a0 Inc Jobbers. ! machla-
. Mta'; tools and mill supplies.' lll I : Main ; at.' "\u25a0;*
j r~ ; .' PERjOXALS -\u25a0\u25a0;"_-_.____
; JOHN B. BUOOKINS— Missing— Redding. March
,17. -1»07.— -John B.Brooklns left Redding on
'. his .way to San -Francisco. When -last -seen be
was cn>*<ilaj; from Oakland to the city. on. No-
vember 7, hxx; ' Siuce"tl!en. nothing lias been
, heard of him. Any one knowing his wliere-
j nlmurs-- will' klndlv 'communicate with" ii. M.
• BHOOKINS Jit " Buekeve. Shasta County.
His mother, Mrs X M.* Brook Ins, 'or- Lower
Lake.- Cal.. Is preatly worried aln»ut tlie dis-
apiwuraiiee 6f hor soil. •
j MKHCIIAXT, American, widower, no children,
wealthr but louehumo. wishes a congeuial wife
to brighten his home. Boy 425. St. Joseph.
Michigan. ' . . . . " .'\u25a0-'.
PERSOXAI—-WIII HARRY NONNAST please
communicate with lilk brother? \u25a0 ' .-
J. K. ; J.— Come home or write to /your mother,
, A MIDDLE-AGED widow, wealthy, nice looking.
! tired, of "Khmlc blemeubfMi" wishes ti> cor-
\u25a0 r>i|i P"°d. _I^wk ititx 405. St. Josejili. MK'i^lsath
MUSIXESS PERSONALS
A— J DRr.IvTT^McLEAN. -
• ' Hair Speclall.it.
; • <. Formerly Call Buildln?.
i Is Btill mannfneturine her celebrated hair
! skin preparation at 504 Brodericlsnt^ under
\ the name of tUe K. K. Md.KAS MANUFAO- |
i TnrtlXO CO. The^ demand is greater tlinn
ever for ber Oolden Seal Hair Touic ( Tor ol\r
1 , hair). \u25a0Dandelion -Dandruff Cure. -Ilaf.elra* Hair
I '.TonU- (for thin, dry anil brittle hair).
/ HairCrower Pomade— F>7ema ointment.
Cures Eczema. Itcliipj: Skin. Pimples, etc.
• Chilean Hair Restorer (for restorlnj hair ts
; Its original color). .
i Hawltne Cold Cream (without a Speer as a
J sltin rooiH. - • .
Medli»te<l Face Powder and numerons other
preparations;
Free dta^nnsi!) Monday and Friday, between
2 and 4 i>. m. Telephone West 7574.
RA(} carpets wove to order aud for sale: also
chenille-wuro rugs, silk porU««; handsome
fluff ruga made from your old carpets: scud
1 for circulari».f (t«i». Matthews. 70» Sth st... Oak.
i WIGS, toupees, front pieces, that nt; purest hair
nseil; hair <lri-«slns. shampooing, dyeln?. etc.i
G. LKDKHKR..227I California St.. near Web-
ster. formerly at 123 Stockton; estab. 1806^
MMT?. \u25a0PICKRUM, 2842 Buchanan st.. nr. Green.
prows hair on bald hends in 7 treatments; no j
• cure, no pay: restores gray hair to natural
' color; cures pimples, face and pkln diseases..
j THEO. TREYER>thei;wlg and toupee maker,
i formerly of :tii Ki-arny st.. now permanently J
located at northwest coruer , California and
: Kearny pta.. ofnceg .'l4 and .15. ______
MM E. LILLY, the renowned psychic, rev's your
life lite an open t«..»k: _s<-. 45:1. C*np 25,"
Hichmiinii Dlst., 14th aye., near Clement st. 1
H. WILLIAM „ CO.. il'wTstoekton «t.; manu-
facturers of flaunel phirts, overshlrts, under-
wear; wholesale: ready for business.
OOLDSTKIX'S ' hair ijcooas, wigs. toupees. |
Kwitehes and pompadours: satisfactory work at |
lowest prices. gli» Vau Ness aye. j
TUB STAB HAIR REMEDY, tbe best tonic;.'
i restores color to gray liuir; stops falling; cures ;
i dandruff. All dnigglsts. ' . j
I $100 on fleposlt. for yon If your hair cannot be j
! restorod; gbumlance of natural hair. C. K. H. j
j T. PP.. 730 Ha.vos sf. - ;
YOI'XG lady would ii!;e a few select customer?; j
ruanlcurlns; soaip treatment. 2022 FJllmore.r. 4 '
i MAONirriC massage. MRS. HOI.SHOI'SEIS. r. !
1. 1175 O'Farrell st.. b.-t. Gongh ami Franklin.)
MRS. M. E. LEAKY, formerly 4?14 Van Ness !
Mve.. now ioCHteil _-.'<!O Mission, hef lStii. 15»tli.
MISS JOHNSON, professional mHsseuse and {
electric treatments. 1921 Filimore, near Pine.
I MRS. M. SHI'LZ (ladies only). ch!rof»ndl*t. mas-
nase. formerlr 1222 Lagunn. now at 1115 Turk.
BABY carrlneei" manf — Basker Willow lieed Rst-
tau Works; repairing, renovating. 141S Kills.
J. HAUPTLI RIJKRLN CO.. Fashion Hair Store;
electric face, scalp treatment. SOO Van Ness.
! SIIOK repairing by machinery. Gallagher Bros..
; Brunch J. 47:J Hai^bt st.: Uram-U 2. 5272 _2il.
j FOR pianos fee MRS. A. A. GOSBKE. with
• Kohlcr 1- Chase. !?.:•» Suttfr. Tel, Franklin 214.1
HING CHKOXG & CO.. military and navy tail-
ors, located at 504 San Pablo aye., Oakland.
MRS. C. JEFFRIES, electric needle specialist,
now located 1020 Sutter: phone West. 4o23.
MME. CLAIR BF.RTRAND. formerly 3l» Kearny
St.. now located lS(rr Flllmor^ corner Bush.
MRS. HELEN DEUBKR, graduate masseuse,
\u25a0 1200 Golden Gate aye.. near Fillmore st.
M. BREMONT, prof^s. masseuse: scalp, face
and electrical treatment. 1548 Kills st.
MEDICATKD scalp treatment. MRS. R. CLIF-
FIRD. IWII Flllmore; office fl and 7. >
J. W. DONNEI*. up-to-date v photographer; .open
Sunday. 22C2 Mission Kt.. near. lBth.-
j MMIv. GREY.-; electrical .treatment for nervous
j diseases. 174H deary. ' -\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0:< -\u25a0
I PROF. MISS VIOLKT, rblropoi.. . and massage,
1211 McAllister st. ; . .
CHEAPEST and best In America. Th«? Weekly
Call. >l nir year. . '
POULTRY AND EGGS
THOROUGHBRED, poultry ami egsrs; we pay
express; send for circular. Oakland Poultry
Yards. Dcpt. 2, 371 McAllister Bt., S. F. Es-
tahllshed 36 years. .
PHOTOS
FINE*' portraits, also sittings by" appointment.
S. COHL. r.ftl Halzht st. Tel. "Page 2CSO.
25 PER CENT off on all plate cameras. Fine
Art Co.. IM4 Fllmore st.
PAINTI.vifI AXD PAPER HA XOIVG -
W. G . . THOHSKN. house and sign painting,
paperhsn,slrjg, decorating. 444 Octavia st., near
Haye*.
PAINTING. papering. • tinting, decorating.
DUNN. V\.->r. Fililv st.
PLATING '.WORKS
SUNSET Plating Works— Gold, silver, nickel
plating done. 332 Clementina st. Temp. 2411.
PRIXTIXO_ _ .^.^.
UITON &. WILLIAMS CO.. printers, bookbind-
ers, manufacturing statluners. 112 Hayes St.,
near Van Ness aye._ \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0*-
PLASTER DECORATIONS
THF.O. BINNi;r.. '
423-425 14TH ST. TKL. .XfARKKT 1014.
SPECIAL NOTICES
THE Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum ami Horns
\u25a0 Society reports the, following admissions Into
the orphanage of whole anil -half orphans* from
July 1. VM»I, to December 31. Iftflfi.- vix.; Ida
Levin, fl years 7 months; " Philip Levin, 7 years I
ft mouths: Joseph Levin, ' 5 }ear* 4 months;)
Bernard Levin, II years O-fmonths; -Henrietta
Applehaum, 7 years 7. months; Benjamin
Applehimu. 4- years S months: Ilarold K.
Stelnhart. 0 years 10 niontlw; Nathaniel C.
Stelnhart, 7 years .4 ,- months:. Theresa Steln-
hart. 5 years. r, months: Theodore Stelnhart.
5- years C months; Samuel Markowttz. .- 10
years; Henry Markowitz. . H years -5 mouths:
Mary Ftnper'hnt. l:<- years "7 months; ~Kreile-
rteka Flngerhut. 7 vesrs; Samuel "Applebaum."
9 years 2 luontlis;'. Jmnette Jones. 7: years 0
montlm. -anil Simon .Toiies.. 0 yewrs. '
SANITARIUMS
AT DR. JUILLY'S : SANITARIUM, confinement,
with ten days'. care, $30 to $(*,(>. 2504 Howard;
' phone special 171. Training whooT for niirs*'.".
STAniiES '.WAXTRI): y .:
WANTED— Barn or stable for /garage for auto-
. mobile; private place, only; vlolnlt.v Sarni-
nientu and- Lyon «ts. Call .of uildres* ;"202
Sacra meuto' st. .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 --•.-.-
""SLOT MACHINES '\u25a0 '
CASH or cheekimachs.V- punchers."; lifters; gomls
' sold or 'on \u25a0 percentage.- 2J44 1 Market.-' Arcnde.
:''-;.:\u25a0.--".'\u25a0• v .SHEET ,METAI. r ... .
RIDDLE i BROS.-'Klectrtc sl;iis. " eteam tables;
\u25a0 hotel ware a specialty. 30S 7th *t. \u25a0 \u25a0 K~
SEEDS
SEND for catalogue, latest flower and vegetable.
illustrated. C. C. MORSK.& CO.. 17IA Clay »t.
TYI'EWniTERS AND SUPPLIES'
ALEXANDER _ v CO.," typewriters: fa\l .makes
rented. Including Smith Premier; desks, chairs,
etc.; ask for prices partly used machines. AL-
: EXAXDER, 1820 1 illmore .. St. ;;•' phone West
'\u25a06288. , /'\u25a0 -\u25a0,-.'\u25a0\u25a0 ;'• ;•*.--.". \u25a0"-'"; '—":.-" ...-:' V
STEARNS* Visible . Typewriter, the : only- visible
; with decimal i tabulator; also 'second-hand, • all
makes; rentals .and repalrx. The Typewrlto-
-rlum.- 1724 'Flllmore st.*" *-* . i_/ \u25a0' I ... ;".
FI RST-CI^ASS typewriters for from | s2s to ?1 00;
; all makes, i all prices; rentals and supplies. , TUe
Typewriter Exchange.; 1011 ' Golden Gate aye.
\u25a0 ' Telephone : Park ; B73. \u25a0; '.-•\u25a0\u25a0" >'..:\u25a0*\u25a0 ;\u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0:
$25— THE only flrst-class' typewriter at a low
- ;, price. ; Postal \j Typewriter, \u00842576 24th st.7 S. F.
PACIFIC Typewriter Co.— Sun Visible, $40 and
:v: v $75. - BE.' . corner 'Flllmore and ' Bush; : 2d . floor^
WALTER A; SCOTT. t 1811 Flllmore ; 6t. : and . 523
. Market; phone I West "2003. .",; :\u25a0 ..'". .": -.
. CHEAPEST ; and '; best in } America,^ The -Weekly
\u25a0-• Call." $1^ per: year. -'•-•'--• - ---\u25a0>->\u25a0' %--f -•->'.\u25a0- - - .
-._\u25a0""\u25a0;- ' \u0084; ; . •7- ;^TRukks'_'.^ i ... i .r^r4
TBDNKS," 1 suitcases,'' cheapest" and : best ; Intel ty."
N. V. ; Trunk " Company, ; 809 '.Van ? Ness -. aye. ; •
V OFFICES \u25a0 AXD (STORES TO LET
TO rent or lease-^-Lafge '\u25a0 light . floor of factory
! CSsl34'wlth 100'h.p. ;Offlce,and use of eJe-
vator. Suitable for, wooii work or. any mann-
.'factnrlng'* business .- requiring steam power.
7 Box 4(H. Call. \- \u25a0",-; : ;. -\u25a0' ".. . .
AN elegant • restaurant site; 2355 j Folsom at.:
large store. 20x55; under rooming-house of sfi
rooms. Apply •
. D. COFFIN _ CO.. 2528 MISSION" ST.:, .
-FOtt rent— Froux May 1. 2 corner rooms in
'. Cordes bldg. ; reasonable rent. THE SIM-
MONS MF(i ; CO.. v Fern.: and Van ~Ness- ayes.
TO LET— Oftloes In " the Upham Building, cor.
Battery and Pine sta. : mmny, .-modern;: Janitor
service. G. H. UMBSEN. _ CO.
OFFICE. 1738 Ftllmore St., sonth of Sutter;
- light and janitor service. Inquire at 1740.
STORE to let: suitable for, grocery. Apply; on
premises. Otb v Ail Bryant sta. . • , \u25a0
A RIXE _tur<> to reut or lease. 4250 ISth St..
next to comer of Diamond. ' " • "
HOTELS AXD /APARTMENT, HOIISES
AA— HOTEL -'iIA—LIX.'
EDDY AND LEAVKNWORTH STREETS.
First big permanent downtown hotel. '\u25a0;\u25a0.. '
-, Elefraut : steam-heated suit cm Hnd single : rooms,
I - with bath aud private phones, j
j Larße,: well-light eil sample-rooias.
I E«idy-st.' cars dln-et from f'-rry. '
• Private excUanse. Fraukllu 42.5. -'\u25a0\u25a0-.
.:•\u25a0 HOTEL MONAKCH.
COMMERCIAL AND TOURIST. '.
RATES NOT CHEAP. NOT HIGH. •
Moderate: hII wnms with bath; steam heat,
telepboue. hot wnter. 72'_': Golden Gate aye..
near- Franklin st. i ' - : \u25a0-.. . \u25a0'..\u25a0.' I
ST. GEORGE.- STH -AND HOWARD STS.
«<io WKLL-VKNTII.ATKD SINGLE ROOMS.
85c, 50c PKB NIGHT.
SI AND ?2.W) PKR WKEK. '
I 1 OT AND COLD WAT Kit." REAPING ROOM.
HOTEL XOHDEN. 758 Howard, bet. 3d and 4th:
. hot-cold water and uteam heat In every room;
elevator service; rooms 50c. 75c. $1 Der night.
CHUISTKNSKN & SHAW. Props. A first-
cla.»H grill aud cafe In connection. ."\u25a0\u25a0
PLANTERS' HOTEL., cor.- 2d and Folsom sts. —
100 elegantly furnished outside rooms. Includ-
ing hot anil cold \u25a0 water, . electric lights, call
bells and all conveniences ; prices reasonable.
ST. GEORGE. STH AND HOWARD " STS.
.000 WKLL-VENTIU\TED -SINGLE ROOMS.
3.V. fiOe nnd 75c PER NIGHT.
$2.00 AND $2.50 PKR WKEK^ _V?
HAHBOR HOTEL. M ~K. GOLDEN. PROP.. 61
and 03 Sacramento st. — I.'nsurpasseil for com- '
fort -and cleanllnei<s: ; Beparate room*. 25c and
50c: reduced rates by week or month. - — "
SAN REMO. 900 McAlliKter— Elegantly furnished
nwujs;. country transient solicited.
STA NDA RD HOTEL," corner Cth and Folsom
! sta. — «K> single room*. 35c and 50c per night; !
! $'2, $2.50 ami $:S per week; cafe; barber shop
1 aud baths. I - " \u25a0 \u25a0 '-'"- 1 * \u25a0\u25a0 j
; THE EDDY, 1100 Eddy St.. cor. Oetavia — Beau- 1
'. tlfully .furnished large sunny front rooms; rtin-
! nlng water in every room; bath, shower, phone.
j HOTEL RALEIGH. lf»51 Sutter Bt.. now open.
i Elegantly furn. rooms, with or without bath:
; country transients solicited; 'rates reasonable.
I HOTFX NETHERLAND. between 7th and Sth.
I on Market— lso outside rooms, running water,
separate closets, bells, etc.; 70a to ?2 per day.
j THE ST. IVF.S. cor. Eddy and Larkln— B_utl-
| < fully, furnished sunny - rooms ; hot. cold water;
' electricity, hotel service, heat; everything new.
j 'MECHANICS' HOME. Kitii St.. near Church:
furnished 'rooms for rneu: ejertrlc lights lv
every room; hot and cold water baths Included:
NEWLY f iirntsbed ; free baths : Hotel Flllmore.
1714 O'Farrell; rooms day. week, month; run-
ning water. M. H. WILSON. Tel. West 6433.
HOTEL CONGRF.SS. cor. FUlmore and Ellis.
Phone West 4224. In center of retail district.
, Suites and single rooms, with private baths.
HOTEL RE(}AL — Now opeD: elegantly furnished:
50e and tip per day; 75 feet from SE. cor. 3d
I and Folsora ft«. B. BAIOB. Proprietor.
A-r-HOTF.L WEST. 154-ICH 3d at.; European
plan; $3.50 to $7 per week: 75c to $1.50 per
day; tourist trade solicited. -
THK GfiOVE — Sunny, fiirnlshed rooms, clngle and
yen suite; modern. Northwest corner Gonjjh
and Grove Pts. , '
NEW SOUTHERN— NewIy furnished rooms. $2.50 j
. weekrs, up. Cor. *ith and • Bryant.. Transients, j
• 50c per nlpht. -, :-. - \u25a0 • '
HOTEL CRYSTA I/— EUROPEAN PLAN,
fl day up. SR. cor. -McAllister and Franklin.
CAPITOL HO*USE — Rooms 25c and upward;
• weekly. $1.75 nnd up. 733 Harrison st., nr. 3d.
, HOTEL VAN NESS. Near Golden Gate.
\u25a0 European plan, ,'sl day. 619 Van Ness aye.
HOTEL METROPOLE. SW. corner G. O. aye.
• and Buchanan st.; European; $1 per day up..
SIERRA HOTEL..CIO McAllister; electric lights,
hot. cold .water, telephone, baths; $1 day.
THE PIONEER. 143 3d st.— Ontslde rooms; $3
, and $2.50 per week: transient. 50c • and ' 7sc.
ELKHORN HOUSE. 183 Valencia Rt.; rooms
neatly .finished: 1 block from 'Market. .
RAILWAY Hotel. 24 Tiffany aye.. back of Va-
lencia car burn; furnished rooms. ' -.
.THK ARONA. 776 McAllister: furnished front
rooms, single suites by the day.
CHEAPEST and best in America, The Weekly
Call, tl p°r yoar. --\u25a0 \u25a0 % ' - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
APARTMEXTS — Furnished
SUNNY, 7 rooms, completely furnished with
Oriental rugs and colonial furniture; east line
of Franklin. - near Pacific; will lease for -one
.resr at $75 'per month to adults. Apply
2a52 Bush. -
HOUSES TO LET— Furnished
MODERN house of 10 furnished rooms for rent;
would sell or exchange for business property:
, Broadway, near Oetavia: owuer going East.
MncKENZIE & UNDERHILL. 2113 . Fillmore.
HANDSOMELY furnished home, with piano and
evrTythins complete and ; first class; .9 sunny
roortr*: $150 a month; : references , required.
1710 Bush st. •\u25a0--'.%
FOR, rent — 6-room furnished house... in North
Berkeley. Inquire, at lfflfl Eddy st.; S. F.
' HOUSE'S FOR SALE— Furnished '
A 12-ROOM house; beautifully furnished; velvet
carpets and draiM-rles; furnace heat; long lease;
hot and cold water... shower bath;- gas and
. electric lights. Phone Franklin 2452.
SAI'SALITO— S-room house; well furnished: 3
iiilnuii's from .ferry;' low -rent. Address box
4P.0, Call offlce. '\u25a0\u25a0'.- '\u25a0\u25a0-'"
A GOOD paying roomlac-house, nicely furnished;
. rooms always full; 43 rooms: See Owner, '7o
Sontli Park. . «
j OAKLAND HOUSES vTO LET
BKKINS VAN AND STORAGE CO. — We have
the bent .warehouse In the West- (only covered
vuns used): reduced rate shippers. nun
\u25a0 Broadway. . Oakland. ' - '\u25a0 ' \u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0
HOUSES', TO LET— OUT OF TOWX.
IN BELVKDKHK— MojIiM-n 4-room flat; near ho-
'tel and' fronting, on .bay: wharf. \u25a0 boat house,
etc. .",52 l>evlsaili»ro St.. Phone Page 3104.
: HOUSES WAXTED \
DESIRK to purchase furnished flat or bouse. 5-12
. . rooms; no ugVnts. ' Box 5411. Call. Flllmore st.
LARGE - house. 20 to 50 roimjs : gix<tl loi-ality.
WRIGHT & GltßENK. "&•<_\u25a0 Bush »t.
FLATS TO LET «"'>.'
FRKK • RKXTLNO , DEPARTMENT— .Not
•. pulsory to purchase from "us.- ~ We «ell our
'goods mi their merltH. .
i"». ,' Beautiful. , inuileni and" upper -flat; centrally
. liM-nted; ii.riMiius and bath; $85.-
'\u25a0•'\u25a0 KlegHtit 11 -room house on ('lsy st., near De-
vNxrtero; reut.sHiO. '
.~ Nice corner flat on 24tli and- Rhode Island;
C rooms and bath; rent reasonable.. >
, /.'Other places In all parts.of the clty."?^
.. /Apply -:MOORK'S:- \u25a0-. - - \u0084-. . _<, .'
.TWO beautiful new i fiats,': Clay st.V n»ar "corner
of BaSer; containing 6 rooms each; 2 baths to-
each ; Bnt;" for rent, separately 'or as a whole;
rent ?S0" and $90 - respectively: : cpen T for- in-
spection, For particulars see MR.' WHEATON,
. OiiUKddy ,st. : \u25a0' -•\u25a0 ';- \u25a0
BRYANT, near. 20th— 24 3-room and --24 >4-r.»m
; flits to let ion 1-year. lease; agent ou premises
:, between 2 and .1 p. m." dally,. lncluding Sunday.
DON'T.-: pay • $10% a 'room •' to ' rent *a I flat ; . buy - a
•v cottage : on es«v terms of LINCOLN, * SUTH-
KKLAND. : 550" ', Valencia.' nearf 16th. * - "->\u25a0"..
FINK sunny flat, 4 rooms nnil bath.' bay window;
rent onlr ; s3s; ; water: free..' , 1205 ; Guerrero ft.
SUNNY • cor. v upper: flat, -f> •' rooms, f bath : ' suitable
/. f or, of flee;, residence, -NW., ! cor.- Ellis & Steiner.
' NEW, t modern : 5- room , <-orner, flat : ; rent $50."^' In-.
- .quire, 1454* Lombard* St.. J near Van; Ness/are. 1 /
1 HEARST: ave.;Vlls?(Sunnyslde)— Silarrt.isunny
I~s * rooms; j hath, basemen^.' yard: '\u25a0 near wru.'^y \u25a0\u25a0 . .
HANCOCK,iU9 and:l2l— Two'modern flats; 4
*> and 6 rooms; > cheap. j *-..' ...... .-.\u25a0-..,
£t'V\"t FLATS '}. To'f WBT— -Furnlahed • : ; ;
GOLDEN ,' OATR * aTe.'^'lCSl— 7rrobms [and Qippcr
'\u25a0> flat, ' furnished :; : piano; 2 references ; .? $75.
FULTON, 1628— Sunny : 5 j rooms and ,bath, .. fur-
i •": nished; 'to -let or 'lease. ;''~- s % '.-• :y \u25a0:. ." v
OAKIL ViVB? FLATS; TO fLET— Furnished
CONVENIENT '\u25a0 sunny J flaC',7 v "i roomi,'-, for Jrent;
' T make '.* offer/ for "5 furniture; > owner > obliged » lo
J^- leave city.'.'? Call: between lana 4." 663 19th <_."
near Grove. - ",' .^
FLATS ,FOR SALE— FnrnUheJ \u25a0
FOR sale— Complete, well- furnished 6-room flat
and bath; price reasonable: rent cheap. Ad-
dresa 3342 Mission st. '
FI7RVISHED fiat for sale— s rooms and bath.
$225: rent. $40; O'Farrell and Webster sta.
Bos 4018. Call offlce. \u25a0. \u25a0 , ___-'
MODERN S r. " and b. . house for salo: rent $s«:--i
Income ?ISO. See WRIGHT _ QHE3NE, STJ ;
: \u25a0 Hush St. - ... I
NEW, nicely furnished flat, cheap; low t rent:
lease: central: must sell. Ing. 1149 McAllister.
SCOTT, S — 7-room. nicely furnished, sunny flat;
"furniture for gale.' cheap: leaving town.
' FLATS WAXTED — FnrnU-f d '_ '
WANTED— Furninhed flat, abont 6 rooms: West-
ern Addition. See WRIGHT & GREENE. 332
\u25a0 Bush Bt. •"\u25a0\u25a0'- ..
j COTTAGES^ TO LET
RKAR 3 rooms; bath; mortem; rent
?"-'7.r.'). Key - l -j,",.. < ,' t !* r y yt " M
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPIXK
TWO snnny front room«: 2 closets: use of bath
and kitchen: for light housekeeping for _ j
adults; near 2 car Hues. NW. cor. 2«*th ana.
Alab.-uua stm.', lower flat. - ' |
CLIPPER 310— 3 housekeeping room*, partly |
furnished; pantr.v. bath. ' new kitchen; rea- ,
yoiiable; seen mornings; n;» children: references. I
KDDY. 284—2 sunny, furnished rooms with use j
of kitchen, diniug-wom and bath; private
j home; no children. \u25a0 - -\u25a0' - '- : '- j
KHANKLIN. lo:S9— Handsomely furnished, hi
suit* or single; light housekeeping privileges
allowiti. ____-. \u25a0
FRKDEKICK. 4C4A— Large, sunny room for|
houKekeeplng. with use of kitchen; for man and.
'.wife or _ gentlemen.
MCALLISTER, 1721—2 large double parlors:
,elonet», hot ami cold water, gas. bath and
phone: .reasonable. - -\u25a0
SACBAMKVTO, 3019 — Nicely furnished back par-
lor and 'kitchen: also elegant suite, nnfur-
. uisheil, fur housekeeping.
BUSH. 1048— Two furnished rooms for house-
keeplug. •
HAIGHT, 112S — Furnlshetl sunny housekeeping
rooms and bedrooms. »\u25a0
McALLISTKR/ SOSy. — '2 nicely furnished rooms.
j with we of kitchen; $25; no children.
PACK. 1-SS3— 2 furnished rooms; 1 suitable for
housekeeping. '
I'JNK. ~*M, nr. Powell — 3 sunny rooms; bath;
littuulrv; fur. housekeeping; rent reasonable.
2l> aye.. 219 — 2 or 3 sunny housekeeping room*.
i fiirnlshed: gas, bathi.vard^reasonable.. !
j- ROOMS' TO liHT— Fnra'd and ITnfur-'d
I TWO-ROOM snltes and single rooms: central lo-
cation: suitable fur offices or living roeras:
ati-uni heat, hot water, electric lights: botnwo
left. Inquire at Byron Mausy building, 1175 1
! O'Farrell, at. .
PON BOILDINO, 1012 Flllmore St.. bet. Mc-
Allister and Golden Gate _ye.; newly and ele-
gantly furnished snnny rooms, with every
i modern convenience: accessible by all car lines.
UNION HOUSE, southeast corner of Sansome
and Washington sts.; newly furnished, sunny
rooms: electricity and gas; rooms $1.50 p«r
week and up; large reading-room. \u25a0
FURNISHED rooms for mechanics from $2 p«"t
week up; hot water, restaurant, bath. Stan-
dard Hotel, fith and Folsom sts. "
FKLL, 1694. opposite Panhandle— Snnny front
room, board, suitable for 3 gentlemen; terms
J3O; bath; phone. S
ST. KATHRYN. 1574 Folsom. corner 12th-^-.Vew
-house: new furniture; electric light; running
water; prices reasonable.
OAK. 16S5 — CoiJ?Jortable bedrooms; snttable for
1 or 2 gentlemen; single beds if desired; ref-
e rences. .
WALLER, M 2— Fine gunny front and back par-
lor with piano; either double or single; reason-
able. , .
FILLMORE. 2517— Furnished room for ,1 or 2
gentlemen. .
FOLSOM, 1235 — Comfortable, neatly furnished
j <louhle rooms, $3. and <4 per week.
| FOLSOXI. ISS4 — 3 double front rooms and .1
single, all sunny rooms, to rent.
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 1031 A —Nicely furnished
front parlor, suitable for 2 or 3 persona.
GUERRERO, ,1140, near 2M— Large sunny fur-
\u25a0 nlslicd room. / ' i
HAIGHT. 037 — Comfortable back room for gen- I
tleman. '. I
HAIGnT, 1602. corner of Clayton — Newly far- (
nished sunny rooms. • j
HOWARD. 21C9 — Unfurnished front and back |
> parlor: also hall room; newly finished. j
MAYBELLE. 211 Van Ness— Newly furnished
rooms; a lso transients. Phone Market 4544. ,
O'FARRELL, IC26 — Large, nicely furnished j
room; $"0. . . j
PfERCE. 2CI. corner Page — Good rooms, with or I
without board; newly furnished; all prices.
SCOTT. 61 — Large, sunny room; •\u25a0 bath, phone;
Halght-st. 'cars. • "
STF.INER. 1017. corner Golden Gate aye. — Two
sunny front rooms, with bath.
STEINER. 1744, near Sutter— Nicely furnished
-,- sunny room. ' ' [
SUNNY furnished room: private flat; gentlemen
only: references. Phone Park 68.
TURK, 1114 — Sunny, front baywlndow room by
week for two. $5.50: hot baths.
WEBSTER. HOT* — Furnished rooms for gentle-
, men, in bachelor quarters; rents reasonable.
WALLER. 228— Sunny, furnished room; rent
reasonable. - \u25a0
ISTH, 4254. near Castro — For rent, furnished,
sunny, . front rooms.
CHEAPEST and best in America. The Weekly
\u25a0\u25a0• Call, tl per year.
ROOMS AXD BOARD
PACIFIC aye.. 2717— Elegant furnished rooms,
witb best of table board; fine view: pleasant
surroundings; can accommodate live couplea or
gentlemen; prices reasonable. ,
OAK, 419A — Nice outside sunny rooms, -with
board If desired; rent $20 to $35.
PIERCE.. 2OI, cor. Page — Good furnished rootm '
and board: all prices. . ' '.. \
STRICTLY Kosher board for Passover; aUo
furnished rooms: home comforts. 616 Lagnna.
ROOMS" AXD BOARD WAXTED :
WANTED — By .young Wnslnes* man, room and
board" In- American family: references ex-
changed. Box 72ft. C^ll office. i
ALAMEDA ROOMS AXD BOARD.
COt'PLE and child of 8 years want two room*
and lioard. Address Ho.". Lincoln aye. Tel.
A lamella IJ3I.
ROOM and board for 4 gentlemen or two
couple*. - 2101 Clement aye.. cor. Willow st.. :
\u25a0\lnnieda. ~ <\u25a0\u25a0 * - \u25a0
OAKLAND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
SEVENTH aye.. 1014, ' Oakland— Furnished for
- housekeeping," 2 'rooms; bath; laundry; no
children. - .-.-' ' fc ' .
8-rkelky. housekeeping rooms.
ktTcapital apartments!, steam-heat!
• .v -Berkeley's Best.
Are now ready; elegant suite* ; large and sunuy
roomx; corner Bancroft aud Shattnck: In tbe
.center of "Berkeley; very close to the Key .
Route station and all car lines; 3 to 4 room
apartments at from $27 to $48; make, your se-
lection at once. For reservations see THE
STANFORD' COMPANY. 2300 Suattuck aye.
' Phone 8erk.'.2349. -
4. ROOMS completely furnished for housekeep-
ing; excellent location and new furniture. Call
- 2(144 University aye.. Berkeley.
BERKELEY ROOMS TO LET.'
13TH afve. 1221/ East Oakland— Elegantly fur- i
"nished . rooms; running water, bath: private
family: near cars and local; -gentlemen;. refs.:
board if .dealred. .- .. .' . \u25a0
BERKELEY— For rent.-partly furnished, two a.l-
- Joining front . rooms, bath, telephone, furnacy;
.'" reasonable. ..2440 Oregon St.. Berkeley. ; - j,
DURANT aye., 2402. near Telegraph. Berkeley— '
Two sunny • connecting . furnished • rooma; " will
rpnt singly. " . " - \u25a0
Alanirda " . Room* and Board Wanted
ROOMS i wanted ,i«r*Alameda > ' w!th board for eon-
ple nnd child of 8 years. 'Address Adrt..* 805
1 Lincoln •\u25a0 aye.', -Alameda. - Telephone Alameda ;
-1131.-^ '- *\u25a0\u25a0•-.' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.». . . -, : . \ y..-". - t
' 'ALAMEDA 1 ROOMS TO ' LET
GRAND," 1427-^Sunny room.', with nse of bath. In
\u25a0""private <ifamlly. Alameda. '-':-_->•":-..
ALAMEDA HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. '
ALAMEDA • Rye?, ' 20«5-r4 or r5 v furnished rooms •
\u25a0 for housekeeping;" reference;' no children.'- ~ •
Jv ": 7 SUMMER^ RESORTS
ARROWHEAD^ Hot. Springs, San Bernardino' Co..
\u25a0 near | Redlands ; I elevation > 2000 ft. : I dry I moun- .
tain air; hottest curative springs in .the world."
106 degrees; write for booklet and rates.
FULTON ROUNDLY SCORED
BY SECRETARY WILSON
Oregon Senator Taken to
Task for His Advice
to Cattlemen
TO PROTECT FORESTS
Laws Restricting Grazing
Must Be Obeyed, Says
Cabinet Member
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL.
WASHINGTON. March 23. — Sharp
criticism of Senator Fulton of Oregon
for his course- with respect to th«
forestry reserve policy of th& Govern
ment is contained In a letter from Sec
retary Wilson to the editor of a West
ern newspaper made public by the De
partment of Agriculture yesterday.
The letter was inspired by the publi
cation of • a communication addressed
by Senator Fulton to S. J. D. Comb?.
an. Oregon cattle ralaer, In which the
latter wa3- advised not to regard the
regulations of the department pro
hibiting the grazing of cattle in the
national forest reserves, because there
was no constitutional law to prevent it.
Senator Fulton repeated in the letter
some of the views that he had ex
pressed on the floor of the' Senate
wjjen opposing: the President's pro
gramme for Increasing the forest re
serves.
Secretary Wilson's response breathes
indignation. He calls attention to the
statute which authorized the Secre
tary to make rules and regulations to
protect the forestry reserves. Favorable
rulings have been made by the United
States Circuit Conrts of Appeals at
San Francisco and other courts, Secre
tary Wll^pn says, and the Attorney
General has twice given his opinion
that the act was constitutional.
NAPA PREPARES FOR
GRAND PARLOR'S MEETING
Native Sons to Be Royally
Entertained During
Their Visit
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL.
.NAPA. March 23. — The Native Sons of
tl|iB county are making preparations
for the meeting of the Grand Parlor, to
be held In Napa. from April 23 to 25.
and a royal reception will be tendered
the delegates. The general committee
that has charge of the week's proceed
ings consists of F. la. Coombs chairman.
F. M. Silva secretary, J. M. Palmer.
Charles Levinson, H. J. Hoernle. R. P.
Landin and A. O. Amstutz.
The programme for the week consists
of a visit to the Xapa State Hospital
on Monday afternoon as the gin-sts of
Superintendent E. E. Stone and a re
ception by the citizens on Monday
evening. On Tuesday, the second day
of the session, the delegates will t>«
taken up the valley in an excursion
train, and during the evening .will wit
ness the exemplification of the propose--!
new ritual and the conferring of th«
side degree by the Argonaut team
from Marysville Parlor. A ball in th.»
Pavilion and a banquet will be the fea
tures of Wednesday and Thursday
evenings.
At nights the city will be decorates!
with electrical displays and many in
candescent lights, and a band of thirty
pieces will furnish enlivening music at
concerts given every afternoon and
evening. About 800 visitors are ex
pected and the citizens will see that
they are entertained.
WOLCOTT'S LOVING CUP
FILLED WITH LEMONS
Geological Survey Director
Reduces Salaries of
Generous Clerks
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL
WASHINGTON. March 23.— A1l sal
aries ln^the Geological Survey were re
duced today. 1 A few weeka ago, when
Director Wolcott announced his retire
ment, the employes of the survey
clubbed together and presented to him
a magnificent loving cup, with appro
priate remarks.
He was congratulated upon his ap
pointment as secretary of the Smith
sonian Institution at an Increased sal
ary. His- response showed hearty ap
preciation of the good will of his corps.
Today he emphasized his attitude In
a remarkable manner and made his
exit memorable by ordering a whole
sale reduction of salaries along the line,
the reduction amounting to 15 to 25
per cent. The order was made in com
pliance with the act, of Congress which
reduced the appropriation for the Geo
logical Survey. One of the employes
summed up the situation by remarking
that the loving cup seemed to be full
of lemons.
SON OF A MILLIONAIRE
KIDNAPED IN HAMBURG
Parents Are Divorced and
Have Been Fighting for
Custody of Lad
i BERLIN. March 23.— A dispatch to
the Tageblatt from H.inover says that
"Efldy" Kriegery 12 years old. the son
of .George Krieger of Chicago, who
married the daughter oorf r Dr. Bart, a
millionaire, has been kidnaped by two
masked persons in Hamburg. Ap
parently young Krieger had been twice
kidnaped. ,The boy's father, after se
curing a divorce from his wife in Amer
ica,, secretly brought the boy. with" him
to Germany and intrusted him to .a
friend residing near Hanover, where he
was educated. The lads mother has
since, married Df. ; McDonald and came
to Germany In* order to obtain pos
session of -the boy. "who had been lo
cated \u25a0 at ! Hanover, by detectives in Mrs.
McDonald's employ. She took the lad
with great secrecy to Hamburg, from
which 'place he* has- now mysteriously
disappeared.
WINDOW SHADES
SHADE \u25a0 factory. 2506 Howard at., cor. 21at;
\u25a0 brass curtain rods, paint, wall paper, .etc.
J. P.; JOURDEN.
ADVANCE . window shade factory. Orders - nllM '
:at ahort notice. GEO. WALCOM. 637 Turk at. \u25a0
WINDOW shades made and repaired. J. F. !
HOTTER, «81 Eddy. Phone Franklin X24T., -',

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