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Dixie ....... <*! 07iN>v <;oli|ficld. JS —
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T.lgp Hsrri*.. 02 C3 ! VJcfor 07 10
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Grannr Q M. 22 23jMccta&s Man.. — 20
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Tnlrow , — 15
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BSd-AsJE.! . Bld.A»k.
. Conker Hill.. — 2.iO|So Bolle Mia. — 40
•Alpha 07 - <»:Hale & Korc. Ofl —
Andes, 20 — 'Justice — 03
Belcher 87 S?;Kentuck 10 —
Befit & Belch. Si !<o Mexican CO 62
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, Csle<lan!a 45 60]Ovc-rman 13 14
' Challenge ... 15 — iPotoFi — 10
( Chollar 23 2<|Ssvage M —
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, Con Va M Co. « W!T'nlon C«n ... 46 48
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HEAIj ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Rhaflrieh Campbell to John O. Hanna end
wife, lot In E line of Guerrero street, 125 X
of Fifteenth. X 25, E 306, S 25, TV K>S; ?1.
F. Coppex«rn!th to Josepb Coppersmith, lot at
EVT corner or* Dolor*» «nd Twenty-flr«t streets,
6 K. W W; flO.
P. H. McCarthy anfl to San Francisco
rciidine trades council's temple nwoclatinn. lot
\u25a0«t 6W corner of Fourteenth and Guerrero
•trwtß, g 90 by W 131:8; $10.
Peter Kopp*n and vru> to A. O. Knn<Jsen,
I lot comm*rsc!ng 100 S of S«Tent«»entn street
• «nd 150 E of Sanchez, E 40, S 113, NW 40,
h' 112; $10.
A. C. Knn<!sen to Peter Koppen. same.
Henry Verlepw and rife to Matilda Rboads,
I lot In S lln* of Lake street, 62:6 E of Fifth
• rpnue, E £5 by 8 100; $10.
Peninsular realty corporation to Edward Llr
! lnrston. lot at NW corner of O'Farrell and •Fill
• &"r* streets. N 29:6 by W 100; 510.
William H. White to Margaret X. Allyne et
«1.. lot In E line of Indiana street, 125 X of
Army, N 75. E 100; $10.
Michael Norton and wife to Patrick Norton,
lot In E line of Hartford street. 125 S of
Eighteenth. S 25 b* E 125: $10.
< Martin Kane to Bridget Kune. lot In W line
i cf Alabama street, 60 S of Twenty -siith, S £5
W-t-J W mo: pi ft.
John I>ohert.v to Elizabeth J. Doherty, lot In
R line of Alrarado street, 176:2 E of Xoe. E ;
26:5 by S 114; tfft.
Fred G. Keddlnjr to Jean Eposes, lot at S
corner of Cross *tr*>et and Allison avenue, SE
Iff by SW ISO; $10.
John F. Mallon to Ksthertne Brunette, fwir
ninths of lot in S line of Green street. 150 E of
.Lspuna. E 25 by S 137:6; gift.
M. J. Rudolph Mohr and wife to Moueta in-
Tpßtment company, lot in X line of Psfe etrcet.
ISI :3 W «f O«le. W 40 by N 137:6.
<». B. Hedstrom to I»uls G. Berpren. lot at
.. N.E comer of Twenty-fourth and Chattanooga
streotF. E 37:6 by X 65; $1.
Bernhard <icti and wife to D. J. Schaffer.
lit !n W line of Twenty-third arenue. 2T.0 X of
California street. X £5 by W 120; ?]<\
Alexander Gordon to J. F. Krosa. lots 29 and
SO. block 21. City land association: flO.
Marjraret Broderick et al. to Mary M. Good
man, lot in W line of Polk street, 47:6 S of
E.<vadwev, B 20:S by W lOo: $10.
oeop<*d Weiniteln aad wife to Isldor Roeen
berp. lot at NW corner of Sillh^.n and Berlin
" etreeta. N 100 by W 120. "
Alette S. Nelson (deceased) by executor to
Roundey realty company. > Jot in XE line of
Twenty-ninth arenue. 100 XV of J street, XW
. 25 by NE 100: also lot in ISW line of Tenth
•venue South, 223 NW of E street, NW &0 by
SW .100.
GnsUve Brenner and wife to Julle^Llebe*,
lot in E line of Thiny-serenth'sTenue, 206:3 S
of C street, S 93S by E 120; $10.
Loulw F. Hupp to Charles W. Hnjrp. lot at !
S>2 corner of Peralta and Montealm streets. E :
45:5Vi. S 70, W 77:2%. X to beplnnlnp: $300.
Leon LeTy and wife to Louis T. Samuels, lot
In X line of Turk street. 144:9 W of Van Xes»
• venue. W 27:6 by N 120, and other pieces of
property: $10.
Loulr T. Samuels to Leon Levy and wife.
'•ante; $10.
Snnset building and real estate company, by
trustees, to Hugo O. Xewbouse. lot in W line
et Fortr-fifth avenne. 100 X of P street, X
175 by W 120; $*,000. 1
Maria Kurhmeister to Peter X. Butt und
--^'fp, lot In X line of Broadway, 25 E of Hyde
\u25a0i'-eet. E 42:1 by N 60: $10.
r Atlae building and loan association to Charles
Harris, lot in E line of Stsnyan street, 25 N
cif RivolU N 25 by E 100; $10. ;
Matilda Devoto to Andrew A. Peroto. lot in 1
N line of l"nlon »tre*t. 1&4:9 E of Taylor. E
25:5> hy N 128:9; $1,050.
Bridget Brooks to John Gabri*h lot in N line
«f Twenty-^iphth street, 151:8 W of Church, W
,25:8 by X 114; $10.
Xew San Francisco realty company to John
Willis, lot In S line of California street, 52:6 E
«f Sixteenth avenue, S 0:9 by S 90; $1.
Charles Molinari to Kate Molinari. one-fifth
• Interest in lots 1, 2 and 3, block A, Getz addi
tion to Lskeview; $ . i
Katherin HiE^en to Frank V. Kington. lot In '
N lice of Twentieth street. ISO E of Xoe, E 25 :
fey N 114; also lot in X line of Twentieth street, ;
1M E of Noe. E 25 by X 114; $1. /
Winiaa Babcock to Joseph A. Kelly, lot in
X line of Clay street, 106:3 E of Lyon, E 25,
N 127:8%; $ .
WUliam J. Walker and wife to Joseph !A.
Kelly, lot In W line of Stelner street, 103 X of
Facramento, X 25 by W 118:9; 53.500.
~ ; Great Part homestead association to same,
lot In W line of Fourteenth arenne. 1 125 X of C '
Street. W 127:6 by S 25; |250.
i Joseph Haber and wife, to W. D. Watson, lot
tn E line of Bixby street, 301 N of Garfield. X
60 by E 100; $10.
Bay Khore real estate company to L. C. Brew- !
•ter, lots 1 to 4. block 19. Beij tract; grant.
Frank G. Martin to Dledrion yon (in Mehden.
;Jot In NE Une of Hampton street, 213:6 SE of
Folsom, EE 20:6 by XE 65; $10.
Bembard Gets and wife to David Colwm lot in
•SE Une of Naples street 325 XE of Japan ave
nue. NE 25 by SE 100; $10.
Thomas T. Gregory and wife io Henry Bird,
lot In E line of Tenth avenue, ISS N of J street
If 25 by SE 100; $10.
Edward Kellehcr to Severnla Grampollni lot
to W line of Keamy street, 8l:6«i B of Filbert
6 IS:SI4 by W 60; $10.
Joseph Lawler to Otto Schlotel, lot at SW
corner of Twentieth street and Potrero avenne 1
S 26 by W 100; also lot in W lln« of Hampshire !
street, 102 8 of TwenUeth, 8 25 by W 100-
SI .080.'
Lorcnxo Blacl to Tomaso Blapl, half interest
Jc lot !n SW llae of Stanford streot, 150 XW of
Totrasend, NW 23 by SW SO; $ -7
BnildlzLgr Contract*
Etmuel Zjechman, deceased, by Union tract
company, with Massow & Morrison — Carpenter
. work for a two story and basement brick build-
Irs !n SE line of Brasuan street. 137:6 XE of
rourth, XE 275 by SE 275: $79,275.
Emma M. BlomQuist with L. B, Floan All
work for & one story and basement frame cot
tape in W line of Twenty-second avenue. 73 X 1
ef Cal^wnln street, X. 27 by W 67:«; $2,755.
llene A. Duraont with Walker bnildinp-com
p«ny — All work for a three *tory frame building
(*:\u25a0 Batst in E.line of Howard street, 85 X of
T\vrDiy-fo»:rth. N 30 by 122:6: $».200. '
W. Towle with Butcher A Hadley and Hineh
d»d cement company — Brirk work, excavatinx,
concrete work and sidewalk for -a one story'
bulldin; at the XW corner of McAllister aad
Hyde ttzeexr. W 70 by X 1!4:«: $7.854.
Jullw K^senftirn with McFell electric eom
peny. «;ibsan. Mclntyre & Sntterl»e eno>Califor
»ia hydraulic enc'neerinp and supply company —
Electric work, plasterinp. etc.. and heating for
building at XW corner -of Hyde and Sutler!
streets. W I 17:« by X 77:6; $35,580.
Charles Huth <ith William Fahien— All work.
r-.r;.t shades, pas fixtures end cement, for a
two Btory. and basement frame buildinr In S
line of Greenwich stwt, 112:6 W of Keamy,
W 23 by S 137:6: $3,095.
A. end J. F. Kr tola -with H. C. Anderson—
A!l work, «-xV{it shades and chandeliers, foun
dations and cetiii*nt work, for a two story frame
buildlnjr In X line of Greenwich street. 137:6
E of rowt-11, E 34:4>6 by X 137:6; $5,320.
Catherine Bernadon with Felix 11 « reuse— AH
work for • one story cottace. In S line of Lake
ttreet, 57:6 W of Eleventh arcane, W 23 by
E 100; $2,275.
Mrs. E. B. May with F. C. Jones -All work
for a thre«'etory frame building In X line of
.CJay street. 137:6 Wof Mason, .W 32 by X
. 187:6: $9.2£4. _ ; \u25a0 .
G<ire lmjrt-ovetnent company, with Ickelheimer
Brother* — PlnmMnp snd. pss fitting- for a. three
\u25bastory brick bulldlnp.at SW corner of Market
*nd Tine streets. W 225:9 1,, S 4!»:6>4, E 47:6,
£E 64:2, XE 178:2%: $7,250-
nsSPTCTOE ZXCZICKZ. HERE— EmII Ka
|Tick*>, oh!nf>»c Inspector .In charge on toe Sun
Diego border. Is spending t'» vacation in lit*
Merger Drops and- Then Takes
Up Grade During Dull Day
Mayflower Has Large Sales and Helps
To Give Market More Activity
The events in the local mining
market yesterday resembled those of
the two preceding- days closely, with
I the exception that the closing found
IGold'field Consolidated Mines at exactly
jthe same figure as at Tuesday's close,
[namely $6.95. Practically all other
stocks in which there were transactions
of some size either dcelined or were
almost stationary. Contrary to ex
pectations, the demand for MacNatnara
stock was not {strong, being confined
to a few thousand shares, and the price
fell off a trifle. Mayflower Consoli
dated, which has periodical spells of
activity, was at the head of the large
sellers in number of shares turned
over, these amounting to 44,000 in all.
Twenty thousand shares of Eagle's
Xest and 15,000 \u25a0. shares of Red Hills
were sold and 15,000 shares of Gold
field Consolidated Mines. The deals in
the latter represented something more
than $100,000 at the prices that were
paid. . •
The day was dull on the whole. No
shares of any kind were sold at two
sessions of the San Francisco mining
exchange. Less than 50 stocks were
sold in the San Francisco stock and
exchange board out of more than 500
listed stocks.
Goldfleld Consolidated Mines afforded
the best opportunity of the day to
make money on quick turns. The
fluctuation the highest and
the lowest price amounted to 2» points,
the difference between $6.72 Vi and
$6.97%. The stock opened yesterday
20 points lower than it closed Tues
day night. The merger gained strength
from the opening. The highest bid was
$7, buyer 30 days. A block was sold
at $6.90. buyer 30 days, which indi
cated the differences of opinion about
the Immediate future slightly.
Quite a heavy drop took place in
Montana stock, with small sales, the
flump amounting to 20 points. Jumbo
Extension, Jim Butler, Fairvlew Eagle,
Florence. Blue Bell, Columbia Moun
tain, Combination Fraction- — all weak
ened as compared to the market of
Tuesday. Daisy gained 5^ points.
Mayflower Consolidated gained 6 points
net for the day. There were no spe
cial, developments in the market with
th© exception of the few mntioned,
and none of these was of striking im
port.
FINDING NEW VEINS
Developments at Manhattan Reported
to Be Satisfactory^
Thgp Manhattan Mail says that a rich
vein has been discovered in a tunnel in
the Santa L<ola mine at a distance of
800 feet from the tunnel mouth. The
strike was made In the Country Boy
claim. Rich gold bearing rock was
found last week in the Consolidated
BOARD OF HEALTH WILL
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Hundred Inspectors Wanted
to Assist in Cleaning
\* ing Up City
By appointing 100 volutary Inspectors
to take charge of the sanitation of
small districts, the members of the
board of health believe they have hit
upon a system which will result in the
thorough cleaning up of the city. Reso
lutions for the appointment of the men
were passed yesterday afternoon.
The plan is to appoint Inspectors over
territory -where they are Well known,
at a nominal salary of .60 cents a
; month, the latter step being taken, to
guard the board from suits for salaries
which might follow later. Many im
provement clubs and similar organiza
tions have volunteered their help and
the indications are that no difficulty
will be found in securing the men.
The plague situation yesterday de
veloped one death and two suspected
cases. This brings the list up to 43
verified cases, 26 deaths and 24 sus
pected cases.
Changes In the emergency hospital
service were made by the \3oard yester
day. Dr. Wallace I. Terry taking the
place of Dr. Pinkham, and it is prob
able that the Park and Potrero
emergency hospitals will be abolished.
This was recommended by Douglas
Tait, who believed the Central Emer- j
gency hospital would be able to take
care of all patients.
On complaint of Dr. James T. "Wat
i kins, city physician, that the - large
I amount of territory he had to cover
daily made it necessary for him to have
some means of transportation, Dr.
I^angley Porter was appointed asso
ciate.
VIOLATOR HEAVILY FINED
Manager of Dairy Taxed $50 for Not
Keeping Premises Clean
The conference between the health
authorities, the police judges, the chief
of police and the president of the board
of works on Tuesday has; had already
a salutary effect. Antone Rasmussen,
manager of a dairy at 1970 San Bruno
avenue, was convicted by Police Judge
Weller yesterday of having violated
the health laws, by not keeping the
I dairy in a wholesome and sanitary con
dition. He was sentenced to pay a fine
of $50, with the alternative of 50 -days
?n jail.
The police are also on the lookout
for scavengers who drive around, the,
city without having- their wagons cov
ered. Yesterday -on complaint of , Dr.
J. S. Howard Policeman Wolwebber ar
rested Bartholomew Bozzlo, a scav
enger, in Twenty-ninth street for hav
ing an uncovered wagon. "Bozzlo- was j
released on $20 cash bail., It was .the
first arrest that had been made for, two
or . three years, the ordinance having
been practically a dead-letter from the
time forratx. Chief Dlnan took command
of the department.
DUMP GARBAGE INTO BAY
Four Teamsters Are Prosecuted by
Harbor Board and Judges Warn
The harbor commissioners are xigbr-,
ously prosecuting teamsters who dump
decayed vegetable matter Into the bay,
thereby raising obstructions to 1 impede
navigation in the harbor. The offend
ers are being prosecuted under section
613 of the penal code by' Attorney Davis
of the harbor commissioners.
Four cases were disposed of in the
police courts yesterday. : Uert Barlow
and. John Sullivan- were convicted^«hy
Police Judge, Conlan and fined ,$5.
George Howe, "convicted by Judge
baniss. was fined $5, / and : Frank ? Fal
cone, convicted : by Judge .: Weller, 'was
fined .$5. The Judges intimated that
any further violations of the law would
be severely dealt with.*/-
It appears^ that, the regular scav
engers have refused to carry away de
cayed vegetable matter, : as the - cre
matory authorities- 1 would handle
it, and' teamsters and 'expressmen' were
employed! to dump it into the. bay after
nightfall;;
,JgHE^S^^iFB^CISGb^CMiL,;\-JH
mine, about '200' feet west of the
shaft. Three veins have been'discov
ered in the Granny mine. i,
The shaft of the Manhattan gold and
copper mining .company" Is down .100
feet. The indications at that depth are
reported to be favorable. 'The Man
hattan Gold Range mining* company
will)sink a deep shaft on the property
that adjoins the Santa", Lola mine.
"Work has been resumed *on : the shaft
of the Wolf tone Extension mine.
WONDER DISTRICT MINES
Reports on the Development of Sev
eral Properties .
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% The W.onder Miner says that the in
cline shaft .. on -the ground of the
Plroutte* mine \u25a0 has reached a depth of
40 feet on a, contact of porphyry' and
andeslte. Rich float has 'been found.
A new vein, as reported a by; A.. r C.
James of the Ajax company, has been
found in the Ajax mine" in - quartz of
excellent character, from which good
assays are returned.
A tunnel 600. feet long: /will be driven
on the Golden Dawn mine in, search of
a vein.
Many surface Improvements will be
made on the Jackspot mine. Work is
progressing on the 300 level and on
others. ,
The Maple Wonder mining company
Is about to mine actively.
A large body of low grade ore, with
high grade chutes ; of good width, has
been discovered in the Hidden Treas
ure mine, which adjoins the Nevada
Wonder.
A pay streak two feet wide has been
found in the Snorkhaven property, in
Eleven Mile canyon. ..
Work on. the Wonder Queens will
be begun soon.
The west drift' of the Ruby mine is
in ore and sacking is in progress.
STAMPS TO DROP SOON
Large Plant on Mustang Hill Is Al-
most . Completed
The Manhattan Mail says that , the
milling: plant of the Manhattan; ore re
duction and refining company, on Mus
tang: hill, has been virtually ; com
pleted. Twelve out of 14 cyanide
tanks are up. The interior connections
of the mill will be made in a: short
time and the plant will be ready to
operate within five weeks.: The. mill
will stimulate the development of
companies in the . district
that have no milling facilities of their
own. •
Machinery for the Lemon Hill mill
has arrived at Manhattan. The ma
sonry has been begun for the Caivyon
mill. v
MEXICAN CONSULATE TO
BE MOVES DOWN TOWN
Diaz Government Heeds Pe
tition Sent by Local
V "Shippers •':
Shippers "and others who : have~ had
to go to 811 Scott street in- order to do
business with Plutarco Ornelas., consul
general to this port" from Mexico, are
pleased to learn that, In response to th e
petition that they sent to the-govern
ment of Mexico, he is to move his. office
to a more central location in'the neigh
borhood of Sacramento and Montgom
ery streets. They have long been urg
ing him .to .make such a move, but he
gave as an excuse for not doing so the
alleged fact that'there had been,- since
the fire, no suitable office building in
the wholesale district. In contradiction
to this, .those interested sent an' amend?
Ed petition, as stated in v yesterday's
Call, giving: a diagram of the district,
with available locations Indicated. .This
brought an order for the consul to
move. ' -Y. \- -v
It is said that. the consul's objection
to moving was not only on"account*of
: the dust In the lower part of town, but
because of his fondness for horseback
riding-. Being in the burned; district
is not~_neeessaril y a bar to equestrian
ism, but it is considerable' of a hind
rance, on account of the distance from
the consul's I stable, .which is" located
conveniently to 811 Scott street. The
shippers feel convinced that the mixed
exercise s involved in horseback riding
and clinging to a strap in 'a streetcar
will be found beneficial.
. Consul Ornelas sends the following!
communication:
Editor Call— Dear . Sir: With reference to a
certain article In yourlcsuetof: today regarding \u25a0
my humble self. I beg to ; make •' the I following
statement out of respect to the public Interests
concerned: ..•..-.: - •_•
-If I hare not changed the office before ': this
It Is because either I ffave not deemed U ex
; pedient or: because I could ' not \do so \u25a0without
j previous \u0084 instructions and \u25a0 neceegary .; provisions
\u25a0 from my government,' whom I bare duly and
opportunely consulted. ,-....' v. . , .'
Acting accordingly. I hare long since decided
to move ' this provisional office \u25a0 jjo a permanent
place la. the. immediate vicinity of whpre.it was
when a common calamity dislodged ; it.- \u25a0-•\u25a0-• ,
,The f honorable gentlemen : mentioned- In your
article are to be congratulated. - and I ; cordially
do congratulate them for obtaining , from the
first magistrate of my • country . so deferent and
irraclous an : answer -. to their - petition. On ;my
Dart I will consider myself highly honored with
any orders, /no ' matter - what ; their;, import,
emanating from his •\u25a0 excellency, : my revered \u25a0 and
beloved chief, the president of Mexico, . but so
far I have not received any regarding the bring
ing of this office to any ' specified locality.
, \u25a0"• : As "to • the insinuations of the exactions - of
doable duties, - I beg , to : say '.-. that at no time
would I or could I act in any, way. contrary ; to
the laws \u25a0 and regulations ! governlngr . the office
nnder.my grateful Incumbency; and If - the spirit
of the \u25a0 remarks Is Intended to :\u25a0: be \u25a0 . derogatory
to my; sense of duty I declare. It irroundless and
I Invite the ; complainants " : to * claim redress at
the hands of : my • government,-, always . ready
nay, anxious— to do ustlce.to every one ag
grieved by it* cfßdals abroad.. Uespectfully
•'--t',; \u25a0 -\u25a0•.\u25a0\u25a0:.-:,--\u25a0 P. ORNELAS.
San Francisco, September 25. 1907.
SITE FOR CHILDREN'S
PLAYGROUNDS SELECTED
Committee Favors Three Pieces of
Realty in the 0 District: Souths of:
' Marked Street -
'President \u25a0 L.!* F. Walsh of . the, board
of 'education, ; Miss ' Griffiths Cof' the Cali
fornia women's I club, i James '\u25a0'. Rolph Jr.;
president of i the" Mission ?s? s bank;? Super
.visor. Matt v I. : Sullivan V and ':*' Father tD;
0.1 Crowley of 'the", Youths' directory}
made a. tour- yesterday^of^ the' district
south t" of Market? street and "selected
three* sites \u25a0 for children's^ playgrounds.'
These] playgrounds iwillj be r | purchased
f rorii^ the . proceeds foCAaynqwj bond ; issue
authorized vby ; charter / amendments " ; to
be \ voted on^at ithe " comings election:
; " The|. board ,v of f education -refused ifto
disclose the* lbcation'.ofjthe [chosen' sites
but ; said; that Uheyiwere "contiguous 'to
prominent . schools.^ : ; '
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Thi» following marriage'- licenses were Issued
In ' this - city C Wednesday,"? September ,' 25 : '.
, Carl ;Huther, •; 27,; and' : Berthar. Moler, * 23, ; both
of San - Francisco.^ \u25a0 *\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- : ~ .
; John ? N. ;; Ford, -21, -;-. 3455 Mission \u25a0; , et., - and
Mamie : .Ti Sherlock. 21. 2323.? Folsom' nt.
\u25a0 : \u25a0 Patrick Gordon, 21;" 210 s Lexington ; aye., and
Isabel -Dagnin,: 18, 2SoS%Busn st.' ;>'.'- -r
Oscar"E. -Peterson, ; 24, .< 11 .'Saturn -St., and
Hazel B. ; Jenkins, lfl, 6528 Castro st.
William J. Lindecker, % 29, < 1127 -Treat aye.,
and Myrtle M. Ludwlgsen, 21, 8667 Twentieth
street.. . < -V
\u25a0 August ; E. Muenter.i 40.*-1194 . Pacific , St., and
Ada- A.vJlix. 30, 238 Myrtle aye.
: James B. McSheehy," 84, , 47 ; : Langton ' Bt.', ; and
Elizabeth V. Butler, 29. 1149 . Dolores st.
Frank S. Arnold. 22, 877- Eddy rt., and Daisy
L. Howard. 21. 120 Holladay avo.
- Francis V. '= Pallas, 21; ' San Bruno, and Anne
M. Kenny, 18, 1661 Page st.
George Lagomareino, -21, ,Colma, -*and Millie
BlgnottL 18; 1611 San Jose: ave.
Chlosso, 21, 47 Oakwood at., and Jose-
phine, Gnecco,' 19, Bay: View.,!
Thomas B. Short, 29, San Francisco; and Cora
Johnson, : 26, - 1061 Laguna' st: . .-.-• -....-.
Josef Teinier, 38, 2126 Eighteenth st., and
Grace Wilklns, * 28, - 3963 A Twenty-fourth' at.
James . Kehoe, 24," 8371 • Twenty-first ; •t.. and
Mary E. McGlynn, ; 24, 8102 California . St.
' Louie McGarvin. - 22/ and • Constance ' Plerpont,
22,-both of Long Beach- \u25a0*..:•"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0> \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0-.* ,;,.
: Henry Nathan." 23, 1935 Ellis st., and Mabel
Flyshafcer, 23, 1265 Eddy st.
• : , OAKLAND, Sept. 25.— The following marriage
licenses : were ' Issued today: i - :
Ralph W. Larkin, 89,': Oakland, and' Mary
B. Dolan, 29, San Francisco. . \u25a0 \u25a0 -.-:..-
Fred . W. Guirey, 32, FruiUale, and Emily
C.^Borby, 86, Oakland. .
Frank S; Smith. 29, and Alice L. Willis,
28, both of Oakland.
Perley C. • Jones, 31, and Elsie Bowlin, 25,
both of Fort Bragg. ; -
Alexander E. Krehwiscb, 84, and - Anna An-
derson, : ; 22, both of San Francisco. \u25a0 - •-. •>
An tone Annanla, 21, and Cora Devoto, 20,
both of Oakland. : v .:
James Kelly, 25, and Margaret Phillips, 25.
both of Oakland. ;
Yong Kay, " 30, Helena, Mont., and Annie
Wong, 18, Oakland.
Frank Neubauer, 41, San Francisco, . and Eva
I. Ludlngton. 27, Oakland. .
Battista Alforno, 35, and Lena G. . Gluseppl,
28,, both of Oakland. '
James E. Warren. 22, San . Francisco, and
Lillian Engstrom, 27, Oakland. '/'\u25a0'-
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES; DEATHS
' Birth, marriage and death notices sent by malt
will not be inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication offices", and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author-
ized to have the came published. Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are published once in this column free of charge.'
BIRTHS
BLOCK— In- thi3 city, September " 2s, 1907, to
the wife of . Louis Block, a daughter.
GREEN— In this city, September 21; 1907, at 299
- Eleventh avenue, Richmond district, to thn
wife of Howard O. Green, a son. .
ULRICH— In this city, September 22, 1907, to
the wife of John F. Ulrich," a danghter.
3IARHIAGES
DARLING-^-WOLTERS — In : ,thls city, September
24, - 1907, by the Rev. C. ; Calvert Sinoot, Wil-
liam George Darling and Amelia .M.'- Writers,
both of San Francisco. .
DAVIES— GPSON— In this city,'. September 23.
1907, by the Rev. J. Fnendeling, Albert Da -
vies of Martinet, Contra Costa county, Cal.,
and Lena Upson of San Francisco. -.-
PETERSON— JENKINS— In this city, September
. 25, 1907, by the Rev. J. Fuendellng. \u25a0 Oacar
E. Peterson and Hazel E.^Jenklns, botli of
.San ; Francisco: . .."•.-
DEATHS
Jessen, .Henry ;H...... 80
Knowlton, '. Catherine. 31
Maddocks. Howard... 39
McUermott. I Micbael. v 33
Merrill, Mrs. Lucy B. »2
Ormsby ,' Ellen V. ..... 83
Pansho, Charles ...... 26
Prisbrey, Cornelia E. >M
Rollings, George . . . : . E-0
Schintz, Robert ..... ?.2
Schmidt, Alexander.: 2-S
Pjoholm, '"Ni15.....'. •• SI
Walub, Charles ..... 83
Weinoehl, Frederick. 62
Wldina, - Anna ...... CO
Bain. * John J.. .... 34
Becker. Laura .... BO
Carbery - (Infant*
Carr,- Bridget M
Ching Man Jlng ... 63
Clark, Martin.. ..(mass)
Collor/ Margarethe.. 64
Crowley, Patrick .. . 76
Cuneo . 75. ... .(Infant)
Elf crt, I Cnnrad .... 66
Emerson, Wm.' H.... 55
Gacen, . William. .. .' 36
Gately, John F 41
Hall, Wm. Howard. 20
Heeser, August . ".... 78
BAIN— In San Rafael. Cal., September 25. 190 1,
John J. Bain, beloved son of Mary and the
late James Bain, and/loving brother of Sister
Borgia of the Sister 3 of the • Holy Family.
. Helen, Anita, Christine, James. Henry, Wil-
liam .and Mertoi> Bain* a native of San Ra-
fael, Cal., aged 34 yea Vs." ~ ••_ .'
Friends and acquaintances "are ' respectfully
invited to attend the funeral; tomorrow (Fri-
day), September 27, at 0 o'clock, < from his
late residence, 504 Mission- street, ; thence to
' St Raphael's church, "where a; solemn requiem
mass for the 'repose of. his soul: will be cele-
commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Ipterment
Mount Olivet : cemetery.; -\" . •"
BECKER— In \u25a0 Sonoma, ' Cal., September 25. : 1907,
Laura Becker, wife of -Michael Becker, and
dearly beloved mother :of Mrs. * George . Gles
and : Michael, Charles, William^ • Albert and
the late John Becker, a native of Germauy,
aged 65 years.,' -... * v ; . . :
' Friends. -' and * acquaintances • are - respectfully
Invited to attend, the funeral . services tomor-
row (Friday);. September 27; at ' 10:15 o'clock
g a.' m., J at the . parlors -of I Valente.' \u25a0 Martnl > &
'Co , 3448 ; Mission * street ; between \u25a0'; Thirtieth
street and Cortland avenue. Interment ' Holy
Cross cemetery, by 10:30 a. m. electric funeral
Car from Thirtieth street and San Jose avenue.
CARBERY— In (this city, September 25. 1907.
"Edward J.: Carbery;. dearly beloved and only
\u25a0 son :. of David J. and \u25a0 Pauline . Carbery, • and
grandson of John and Sarah VDennlr, a native
of : San Francisco,. Cal.', aged 2 months and
18 days. • ; '\u25a0\u25a0'-. s t " ;,Vy
CARR (nee Olson)— In tbls city." September' 23,
. 1907. Bridget Carr.': beloved- mother --of . Mrs.
P. F. Zammett. Mrs." A. Hoffman. '; Mrs. EL
V. Williston, Henry J. Olson . and William
J.- Carr. a native of Ireland, aged S4. years.
Friends \u25a0 and acquaintances " are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral ; today (Thurs-
day); Spptember • 26,' at.J:3O a. m., from hor
late residence. - 830 \u25a0 Douslns \ strept. : thence •to
St. Paul's , church," \u25a0 corner of Twenty-ninth
* and Church, Btreets,; where E a -requiem \u25a0 hl?h
mass for the repose of her soul will be cele-
brated at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross ceme-
!; tery. \u25a0 .. _.:' "\u25a0 :;'\u25a0' \u0084 , -\u25a0• ; : ;: \u25a0'
CHING MAX JING — Id this city. September 24,
' 1907;- Ching, Man Jlng, ; a native of , China,.
aged C 3 years.
CLARK — A-. solemn : requiem high mass i for the
• \u25a0 repose of the. soul of: the late Martin Clark
\u25a0 will be celebrated today (Thursday), Septem-
ber 26,^ at 10 a. tn.. at -St.> Ignatius church,
corner of : Hayes and Shrader streets. ' Friends
and : acquaintances ; are , respectfuly -Invited to
;•\u25a0 attend. \u25a0';,'.]'\u25a0 .> , . '''/' : ' \u25a0'-- . '-:
COL-LOB— At J. rest, In this city, September 25,
; 1907. Margarethe,' beloved \u25a0 wife of the I late
• Martin > Collor, ' and ; lcrlng"' mother \u25a0 of . Martin
H. ' Collor, a native of Germany, \u25a0 aged 64
years and : 7 days. ; A'- member \u25a0of Schlegwlif-
, Holstelner. Frauen \u25a0 vere.ln. ; . - -
\u25a0tj Friends ; and acquaintances are ; respectfully
Invited to attend the 1 funeral % tomorrow ..(Frf-
:\u25a0'; day),. September '27," : at 1 2:30 ''o'clock "p.- m .-'
, from the. parlors of ;H.*F; Snhr &\u25a0 Co., 1 2919
' . Mission \. street \u25a0•-."- between >" Twenty-fifth ' • and
Incineration I. O. O; F.-cem-
\u25a0! etery.— •;: ;:r~> ?-i»j.;; i .._iv;^- \u25a0 \u25a0_.;. y>. .v :\u25a0'\u25a0 •>.-: \u0084
CROWLET— In this city,' September 25. 1907,
. Patrick Orowley.' beloved husband of the late
Mary 'A. -Crowley. •\u25a0and belored ?•; father of
Elizabeth. Kate '- H. •'•: and \u25a0 Josephine ; Crowlev,'
Mrs..U.: M. , Ampblett; : Mrs. George 'E. Lyon
and' the late Samuel and < Lewis 1 Crowley.:- n.
\u25a0 \u25a0 native ;\u25a0 of - Albany;? X. -T., • aged • 76 • years ' C
months-. and S- days." '.."-. -: -
The funeral will: take jpla<?» tomorrow (Frl*
day),- September .-. 27. •at • 10:1 5 o'clock .a; m.,'
\u25a0 from \u25a0: his '-'...late 'residence. - 1629 :"\u25a0 Sacramento
- 6treet. Interment : private. Kindly 'omit flowers.'
CUNEOr^-In ,'this r cHy7 September. 24.^1907,' Hugo
\u25a0'\u25a0 Cuneo;; dearly beloved son of Antolne and Rosa
Cuneo;: a . native '\u25a0 of San Francisco, Cal., „ aged
-10 months and'iBdays. -*>. . \u25a0 . . . :; •
The fnneral : will- take; place today (Thurs-
dayK: September. 28, ; ; at. 1 •p. -m.;.; from -the
residence of his 'parents, -, 135 ' Erie : street "\u25a0 be-
'".• tween "^ and.': Howard.;-: Please omit'
\u0084.': f lowers, v\u25a0 \u25a0 •": ; [ ;Vjy-\u25a0-\u25a0.-,''\u25a0;; Vjy- \u25a0-\u25a0.-,''\u25a0; :\u25a0 - ; ; \u25a0 .
EIFERT—- In this city," September^ 25, 1907, Con-
. \u25a0 rad Elfert. * husband or . Lisette* Elfert, ; father
... of- . H.r Otto and -William . J. c Elfert - and
brother of .Mrs. Elizabeth Llndwall. . a'natlve
.\u25a0 ; of - Germany. : in ; his : sixty-seventh year. 7 —
,: Remains at the parlors of H.F . Puhr A'Co..
\u25a0---. 2919 • Mission, street • between Twenty-fifth and
;' Twenty-sixth^-- .'.\u25a0;\u25a0.\u25a0.":": '-k '-'
EMERSON— In Oaklanfl, Cal., September 23,
-\u25a0 1007; : William " Henry ..Emerwn, t a native ,of
• Boston, Mass.', ; ased 55 : years. .''\u25a0,-.•
r ,;",-". The i funeral \ will *\u25a0 take • place \u25a0 today ? (Thurs-
\u25a0i day), September 26, at 11 o'clock a. m., • from
the - parlors :of • laccherl. \u25a0; Ferrari i & Co.. 3032
; ,Mlssion:street: near. '.Twenty-sixth.^lnterment
strictly ; private.' V' :/. ;
GAGEN— In' this clty."\ Spptpmbcr 24. 1907. Wil-
Hi>ra ' Gae<>n,^ dearly ' beloved brother- of. Mr«.
- Ann^Biirke. -Mrs. W.r. Bredhoff and ; .the- late
' .Tolm Gagon i and Mrf. , J.\ Lynn. * a =.- native : <if
"\u25a0I , San r Francisco, t Cal.'.i aged kB5 • years ., 8 . monthx
?\u25a0„ and . 22 '-,- .; -; ' : \u25a0<;/ \; : . ; ;; ;
GATELT— In ' this rity," September 24, lf>o7. ".lolin
: V. Gately.- (deputy: coroner),- beloved' husban-1
•\u25a0"': ' of 5 the ;Iste f Alice \u25a0: Gately," and \ broth cr \u25a0\u25a0'•• of
.7 William i Gately.;; Mrs. ; " Jl'iMannftj? i and : tb«
*- :iate>Mary-Tassett.l-a'.nftlve . of ; San . Fran-
: olsco.'i Cal.,'; aged, 4l-. years."^"A -.member, of : ,San
";Franplscoa« l rie,3No.-j5.?F,-;0..E. ; .- ..\u25a0,:::;\u25a0
• -.:'\u25a0", Friends ' and-.. arquaintanee,R - are \u25a0 respectfully
. .' Invited tto * attend f the ,5, 5 funeral - Saturday. = Sep*-
• ' ,tcmber 2fi.- at 10:30 -, o'ckfck i a^m.Tjfrom , the
. parlor 3 or Barry ; & Scully.'i 927«VaIencla ; strwt.*
'. thence ;to'i St." James . chnrch s for .services, ; com-
mencing sat < 11 a. m.-; Interment Holy ;Cros3
' cemetery.- /" . ',"_••; -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 : .' •"-.-. "\u25a0\u25a0.'.';•/\u25a0\u25a0'» - v - ••".-, -V"i
• \u25a0'-, San' Francisco aerie No. 5,: F. O.""E.— Officers
-\u25a0 and j members : Jioa; are 'hereby,, notified, to at-
'. tend -the * funeral \u25a0. of .< our -late I brotbpr. ? John
" : F..i Gately.- 'from 1: the »' parlors "\u25a0 < of ; Barry - &
V: Sculiy.i 927/ Valencia/ street. Saturday, - Sep-
tember : 28. \u25a0: «t ; 10 ' a. t m. ; By order
' ;. i. J. CREAMER,"? W.? p. ,
" H. D. POHLMAX." j Secretary, r . \u25a0 .
HALLA-In Oakland,' "Cal.\..Scp"t»nbVr." i 2S, : --iiw7
Willlam'iHoward'.Hallr'beloved son^of W \"
nndLillleß: Hall." a native of Arizona,! aged
;' 20ifyearp..- .^ : :.r: .r .':\u25a0:':?\u25a0'\u25a0':. -\u25a0\u25a0- : :\u25a0','\u25a0'.. '\u25a0}\u25a0:\u25a0, •'\u25a0.'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 • :
HEESER— In Slendoclno.-i Cal.,', Septembe?v 23
\u25a0 1907,"? August : Heejer.'.brotherj of I the; late ', WIK
- 11am i Heeser,% and "> l»«toTed ; : uncle *of % A'hv'A."
Heeser, a' native of Germany," ac.ed 78 years.
..:- '.' Funeral services \u25a0; and Interment will take
r Place, at *Mendocino. •; ' -.. . ..,
JESSEN— In ' this ; city, Spptember 24, 1907.
Henry - H.'"Jesspn,N dearly • bfloved bu«baud
'\u25a0, of. Louise Jesj-en, lovtng -father of -: Walter
\u25a0\u25a0 H.= and ; Hedwlg; M: ? Jessen, i and uncle : of ' A.' V.
Him, anativeof'Kapeln. Schleswid-Holstpln,
-.' Germany, aged 80 years, 11. months and 1 day.
and' acquaintances are . respectfully
invited - to i attend - the - funeral '• today * (Thurs-
• \u25a0 day),~r at 2:45 : p. m.V- from 'his -late residence,'
\u0084 1534^Tenth avenue = between X ; and :L ; streets,
: Sunset, •- and ; thence ito - Odd > Fellows'. •' crema-
..tory. where 'incineration will take place at 4
;- p.' m." . \u25a0;' -":.-/ --. \u25a0
KNOWLTON— In this city. September 23. 1907,
Catherine, beloved wife of the late Frederick
Knowlton, mother \ of Edward Roy. Knowlton.
danghter . of Mrs. MMary McKeever." olster •of
, Jamcg, Edward. -Michael. Mabel and Ethel Me
Keever and ; Mrs.'Annte Parker, cousin of Mary
: Duecy and, John McDonald, and . niece of the
late Peter ' MeKeever, '\u25a0 a ;, native J>f Durham
: county, England; aged 31 years- 11 month* and
•12 days. \u25a0- \u0084 . \u25a0" ..-.-,. , ;
" ..Friends : and acquaintances are respectfully
"invited, ; to attend th« funeral; today (Thurs-
day),- at , 8 a. ; in.; from her late residence.
- '»24 Illinois^ street between Twentieth and
Twenty-first, --thence ~ to St. Teresa's ; church,
Tennessee.; street near "Nineteenth, where a
- solemn .- requiem high mass ' for - the" repose of
•her ' soul : will \be . celebruted, . commencing .at
:9:30/a. -m.; Interment' Holy- Cross cemetery,
by.carriage. ;\u25a0*\u25a0 • ..--•
MADDOCKS— InVthU' city, Septrmber 21. 1907.
- : Howard Maddocks;. beloved brother of Thomns
< «nd, Merrltt; Maddooks, a native of Boston;
Mass.; aged 39 : years. . \u25a0 ;
Notice of funeral ,: b»'reaf ter. , Remains at
the • parlors ; of H.' F. . Snhr & . Co., 2919 Mis-
sion street; near Twenty-fifth.
McDERMOTT— In Oakland, Cal.; September 24,
; 1907. Michael - McDermott; . dearly beloved vm
of Michael and' Mary McDermott, and devot«-«l
\ brother =of Charles and Thomas " McDermott,
Mrs.; J, Clancy, 3lr». ' W. Elliott.' Mrs. James
Clifford 'and -Mrs. "Annie Anderson, a p*tive
of County Leitrira, Ireland, aged 33 years.
- : Friends and . a'pqualntanees are respectfully
Invited .to • attend . the -; funeral \u25a0 today (Thurs-
day), September .26. at. 2 o'clock p. m.; frum
the. parlors of Cunha. Caporgno & Co.. 1311
Clay street corner of Seventeenth, thence to
. St. : Francis de - Sales ' chnrch for services. In-
terment, St. ; Mary's cemetery., ''
MERRILIr— In Alameda. - Cal., -< Spptembpr 23.
1907. Mrs. Lucy , 8.. Merrill, beloved wife of
the late John: R." Merrill, and mother of Mrs.
Eliza- Nlckrrson and Sarah E.. Smith, a native
of. ; Maine.V aged ; 02 years - 10 \u25a0'\u25a0 months and 5
days.'. ".". : : ...-. ; .. -\u25a0\u25a0 _'\u25a0>.-.
Friends "and 'acquaintances are respectfully
invited =to attend ; the funeral today (Thurs-
day), 1 September. 26, : at 1 . o'clock p. - ny, from
the mortuary chnpel of the: Golden Gate un-
dertaking company, -2475 Mission street near
Twenty-first; Cremation I;.O.O." F. cemetery.
ORMSBY— In i this city. September 24, 1907, El-
\u25a0 leh - Ormsby, a native of Ireland;: aged' S3
. ; years. . .-. . - '-_ \u0084 • .. _\u25a0 . \u25a0. \u25a0•
PANSHO— In"- this city. September 24. 1907.
Charles. -beloved «on, of Alfred Pansho. and
loving : brother of "Mrs."' T. \u25a0 Hoppe. \u25a0'• a native of
San Francisco, Cal., \aged :20 : year*. * \u25a0' \u25a0'}
' -Fripnds and \u25a0 acqualnUn^cs are reapertfully
invitwi to : attend the ;iunpral scrvtcps ' tomor-
' row (Friday). -Septemt»er . 27. at 10:30 o'clock
; a. m.'-,- from. toe- parlors of D. I. Kenny*&Co.,
-1719 Eddy "treet- near Scott. Interment Holy
Croea oemefpry. Iby 1 1 :3 ft j o'clock train from
Twenty-fifth . and .. Valencia . streets.
PRISBREY— In "this city. September £1. 1907,
at her late residence. 2516 Bnsh sJ^Set. Cor-.
! nella E., "widow of. the \u25a0\u25a0 late Joseph Prigbrey,
and devoted, mother of Helen L. and Ray 11.
Prisbrey. ' a . native of Illinois, Rged 04 years."
-.':.- The. funeral .will take place today (Thurs-
day), at 9:45 a. m.,- from -the Western Addi-
tion, -undertaking parlors. 1724 .Devisadero
\u25a0 street.,- Interment. Cypress Lawn cemetery. '
ROLLINGS— In \u25a0 Berkeley, Cal., [ September . 25,
' 1907,; George ' Rollings, beloved husband \u25a0 of
\u25a0 Mary ' Jane Rollings, and father of Olive AI.
and Vivian J. Rollings, a natlre of Prince Ed-
_ward island;, aged -50 years. (Prince Edward
• island papers please copy.) . -.-."\u25a0:\u25a0
Friends.' a » mints tiers an<l members of
Peralta camp No. 123. W.- O. W., are re-
spectfully 'invited to attend the -'fnneral serv-
', ices . tomorrow. (Friday), September 27, at, 2:30
o'clock =p. : m., "nt his late residence. 1629
- Steward .street. Berkeley. Interment Mountain
j., View cemetery. '._ '•
SCHINTZ— In - ; this': city, : September 24, '- 1907,
at.hU late residence,: 2391 Bryant street: be-
tween -.Twenty-Brut ;snd Twcnty-secontl, Rob-
i ert. .. beloved • son 'of "* Bertha - and the late
Henry Schintr; and loving brother of. Mrs. J.
H. Kull." Mrs. .Georgi-W. Thomas. .Mr». H.
W. Frledrioh and Clara and Henry Schints; a
. native of Oshkosu; Wls. . aged 32 years and
.;.: 2: months;.;, ..";.-;;
SCHMIDT— In Clayton. Contra Costa county.
Cal., 'September 23., 1907. Alexander Schmidt.
\u25a0 beloved sr.n jof Mr. and Mrs. Chares Schmidt,
brother of .; Wllliatn, Albert. Addle - and Ella
SchmlJt, and uncle' of Charles -Smith— all of
\u25a0 Eureka, Cal;; a native of -San .Francisco, Cal.,
' aged :23 years : 3 months ! and 3 days.
\u25a0 .Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the : funeral today (Thurs-
day), September, 26, . at "10 a. m.; from St.
" Catherine's church, Martinez. - Cal. Interment
. Catholic cemetery, : Martinez. ; Remains now at
II H. ; J. v Curry's X undertaking ; parlors. ' Martinez.
SJOHOLM~fn ; Pipflmont Helghtß.'Cal.i - Septem-
-'.; ber' 23,,* 1907,:.at : his ; late- home 'on- Seavlew
avenue. "' Nils, \u25a0 beloved ! . huspand of Maria :; SJo-
holm,- a-, native \u25a0 of. Chrlstiunstade. .Sweden,
\u25a0 aged 81 years \u25a0 3 months and 12 s > days.
* "The fnneral services will take 'place tomor-
row \u25a0-. (Fridav) aftprnoon,. September 27, at 1
o'clock, at thp parlors of the Albert Brown
: company, ; 072 Thirteenth street, 'Oakland. Cre-
mation at, Oakland crematory. ijK.
WALSH— In this city; September 25. 1907.
Charlos j Walsh, - a . native of Louisiana, \u25a0 aged
83 years. -./-; ;
WEINOEHL— In this city; September 25. 1907,
Frederick, beloved husband of the late Dora
Weinoehl. - father of Frederick Jr.. Annfp and
\u25a0 Dora Weinoehl; 1 stepfather of Ferdinand \u25a0 Chrls-
tophe," and: brother' of W.'Weiuoehl of. New
'..Tork, a- natlv'p. of Germany;. age<l 62 years 2
months and ,10 'days._ : - :
WIDINA-^-in this city, September 24. 1007. Anna
'• .* Widins),! dearly beloved wife of Frank Widlna,
loving mother of Anna and.Francls R. - Widlna.
nleoe of John; Pucket, .and cousin" of Mathias
and John:-Roglna, -a '.pative of Austria, aged
.30 years' lo months -TUid If days.:"
..'. -.Friends and aequaimaiuvß . are. respectfully
invited .to attend' the ifunpral tomorrow ( Fri-
:rtay)~ ; at 8:45 o'clock arm., from the parlors
of Gantner t. Brothers; 34(50 Sixteenth street
between Chnrch and \u25a0 Sanchez, ' thence to the
Church of the Nativity, • Fell street between
1 : Franklin- and Gougli. /.where ** a rpqutem. ma?s
for ; the : repose of. her; soul will be celebrated,
; " commencing at 9 :30 " o'clock •a; m. \u25a0 Interment
\u25a0t "- Holy. Cross cemetery. • : \u25a0
PODEST^ I BALDOCCHI
FLORISTS
1206 Suiter Street
Bet.' Polk St.. and Van : Ness Ay.
. "'— .Telephone Franklin' 17C4; :
SPIiCiIKTERY
San; Mateo ;County. :Finest'and best
equipped; Receiving Vault and Chapel.
Masonic -Cemetery Association.: Otlice
1154 O'FarrelPst. r ;' » / ;-.-':,-
' .-
SEATTLE, ;; 'TACOM A;
\u25a0 I AND ALL POINTS '*IN ALASKA
:•.-• * Through Freight ' and - Passenger Rates.^
I \u25a0 ' Elegant Steel Steamers: : \u25a0
BUCKMAN AND WATSON
'\u25a0':• Hailing every * Saturday f "at . 1 :30 p. *m. .
ACASKAcPACIFICtSI S. CO.
W.. D. AVELLS,^Gen. Agt., Steuart'St. Dock.
'^'\u25a0'•v'-V \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'<\u25a0 Phone -Temporary; 65..
:
.Plymouth— Chierbours- — Southampton
! Phlladelphla---Q.ueen«to»Ta— Liverpool
ATIi ANTIC TRANSPORT: LINE
','\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0? '"Se\r York — -liondon r Direct
HOpANP=AMERIGA LINE
' Nctt .York— RotterdHMJ, . via : lloulognc
RED STAR LINE/
Nevr York— Dover— Antwerp--
'-'\u25a0': New York-rQueen»to'»vn-^-Llverpool
-Plymouth— O'herboiirK— Southampton V
"- v.- Boston— (iucenstoTrn-r-Llverpool v
New ' York— Aabpen^-Me'dlterrnnean -
REPUBLIC. i0ct.. 24^ .3 p." \u25a0ro'.'^Nor. 3t»: Jan. \£s,
'•. : 2< p.-- m. \u25a0 \u25a0'-' . \u25a0 - -.. \u25a0 - N .-.
CRETIC". '.;.. .NOT.-7.-. noon: Deo. 11, Mar. 23
• ; :>'"•' Boston — •Asores—^-Mediterranean V :
CANOPIG":*.'f c .oct.- 5/(0 a:",: tn.;; Nov.*; 16. i Jan 11
RQJfAXIC:?:f.Oct.i2B,f 2,'p.-m.:?Dec.i3.' Febi;
GrN." S KOKPPEK.' Passenger Agent \u25a0 Pacific Coast,"
:I6 -Kills street j near Market.".'; r * . .-.-;
•' : '. — — — 7^— — ; \u25a0 — i
f Compagnie : Genexa le "Traasatlantiqds |
. . direct;. line^to \ha vke-paris. ' ii • '.;,
Sa Ilinp i every ' Taursdar.'-, Instead - of i Saturday.
at 10 .a;; m.;i from' Pk-r. 42, V North rlrer, - foot ; of.
Mortoijjßtreet. \u25a0>'-\u25a0'.. .' : \u25a0 \u25a0
\u25a0}- First i clans ' to j Harre.i $70 j and B upward : i second
class V to *Havr-e. I.i $45 S and S upward. iA GENERAL
AGENCT ,' FOB »UNITEDiI STATES? AND^CA.W
I ADAMI3 { State : st;;7 New iXockX? J.tF.'i FUGAZI, \u25a0
: manager r 'iPaclflC'Coast,'fs3o Montgomery; st.;- San
Francisco. 'Tickets sold; by f all railroad ; ticket
AUCTION SALES
J. GOLLOBER
\u25a0 Anctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Office — 723 Golden Gate ay. .
FRIDAY, Sept. 27, 1907,
By Catalogue at 2 p. m. at
962 Market Street,
By order of .fo*eph A. Mult*, public
adminfotratot- for estate of F. Tl. Gor*
don, tlfcraurd, —utoek. of jewelrjr,
watehei, - diamonds, silvfrnarr, cnt
Clan*, .-, rto.; also store flttlnps, silent
nalesmin HhOTvcases, safe, jcnreler toola,
e<c. \u25a0
J. GOLLOBER, Auctioneer.
sfe AUCTION SALE £s
OF
Condemned Fire
Department Horses
AT
ARCADE STABLES. .931 -'FOLSOM ST. BET.
STH ANP 6TH. r
By order of ..Mayor E. R. Taylor I will p*ll
at auction " a lot of condemned fire . department
horses. Horses can be seen at stable* morning
of sale. \u25a0"..* r • :
JOHN J. DOYLE. Aoctloneer.
Auction Safe
On acconnt of the RELIEF AND: RED CROSS
, FUNDS, A CORPORATION.
Auto.mobile
WINTON.K MODEL TOURING CAR.
In perfect runnlng'order. all appurtenances com-
plete. At Pacific Garage and Uwy Company.
SE. corner Paclflcand Polk *tf.. on WEDNES-
DAT,'. OCTOBER 2, at 11 a. m- ' ' \u25a0\u25a0
LAWRENCE VINCENT, Auctioneer.
OCEAN TRAVEL
~ Steaxnerg • I>aT« \u25a0 BroadTvay
J ArZT -^^JA I>OW RATES, including
Wt^Jl vA BERTH MEALS.
I I \^>^M \ I SPECIAL KOUXI) TRIP
I I XiOMgk/./. . RATES.
VVV v!g7 FOR LOS AJVGELES,
NQ^r^P/'- SAN DIEGO,
..^<2SJ>^ SANTA BARBARA.
Santa Rosa .......Every Sunday. 10 a. m.
State of California.. ..Every Thnwday. 10 a. m.
FOR SEATTIiE, TACOMA, *
VICTORIA AND v "VANCOUVER, B. C,
PUGET SOUND AND AIJiSKAN. PORTS
Governor (for Seattle direct)... Sept. 2-3, 11 a. m.
Governor .....:......;.. .Oct. 9, 24, 11 a. m.
Spokane . ; . . . . .Sept. 29, Oct. 14. 29. 11 a. m.
City, of Pneb1a. ............. ..0ct. 4, 10. 11 a. m.
ROUND THE SOUND EXCURSION. 11 DATS'
Ronnd Trip, Including berth and meals. ?45.
FOR EUREKA BAY)
City of Topeka..Sept. 25, 30. Oct. 9. 10:»0 a. m.
Pomona ...... ... -Sept. 28, Oct. 3, 1 9, 10:30 a. m.
' ' .:- And every third day. thereafter.
FOR GUAYMAS, SIAKATIiAN, LA PAZ.
ENSENADA, SAN JOSE DEL CABO,
ALTATA, MAGDALENA , BAY, MEX.
Curacao .Oct. 7, 10a. m.
LEAVE SEATTLE
: NOME OR ST." MICHAEL
President....;. Oct. 1, 2 p. m. ; tTmatilla. Oct. t
ALASKA EXCURSIONS, 1908 *
Spokane.. Sailing dates will he announced later.
- Right reserved to chance this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES :-
SAN FRANCISCO— 3 Market it. and Broadway
" Wharf — Telephone Temporary 402.
OAKLAND ;..... ..868 Broadway
San Francisco Freight Of flee— Broadway Wharf.
CD. DUNANN, Q.. P. A.. San Francisco.
QGEANICS.S.GO.
V (SPRECKELS vLINE);
HONOLTJZTT—S.S. -Alameda, sails Oct. 5, 11
:-\u25a0 a. m. Round trip. $126. -.
TAHITI, SOUTH S2AS— S. S. Mariposa sails \ll
a. m.. Oct. . 17. Round trip, first claas. $1&5.
HONOLULU— S. S. Alameda sails * Oct. \u25a0 28, \u25a0 U
a. m. Round trip. $125. \u0084 - • -'P
Passenger Dept.; 673 Market St.; freight office
53 Clay st. Phone Temp. 1231.
Jfamburg-^merican.
IW!N_SCREW EXPRESS AND PASSENGER SERVICE
Plymouth— Cherbourg— .Hamburg
•Kaiserin (new). Oct. 3[*Amerika- (new).. Oct. 17
•Pr- Grant(new).Oct. 5i~ > atrlcia . ...... . .Oct. 19
•Bluecher . . .. ..Oct. lOj'Deutscbland . .". .Oct. 24
Pretoria . .". . . . '. .Oct. ' 12|*Pr. Hneoln(nevr)Oct. 2«
;• Among , «p#clal features of these vessels are
Grillroom. iGymnaslnm.". Palm ' Garden. \u25a0 RIU-Carl-
ton Restaurant, Elevators, Electric Baths, Band.
Mediterranean Service.
TO GIBRALTAR, NAPLES AND' GENOA.
t*Moltk« ..... . . Oct. 15 tPr. Lincoln . . . .Dec. 5
tHambarg ..\.. \ Not. '-8 tHamburg ......... Jan. "4
t»Moltke ....::. Not. 2S t'Moltke . . : .Jan. 2»
•Flyer "Deutschland":*. .Feb. 6, 180S
TO ALEXANDRIA AND OUR NEW NILE
SERVICE.
tHamburg. .'........'-... Jan. 4 and Feb. 15, 1908
*Has Grillroom, t Has Gymnasium.
fIRIENT
MADEIRA, SPAIN, HOLY LAND
AND THE NILE !
,_"'\u25a0;*. Select Cruise* of 79 Days'- Dnration.
S.S . MOLTKE, from Xew York, Jan. 20
''— $300 and Up. Including All Expenses Aboard.
Passenger list strictly limited.
- TOURIST - BUREAU \
~~ R. R.: Tickets," i Hotel' Accommodations and gen-
eral Information about foreign travel.-; ' .. \u25a0
Travelers*. Checks, -good all over -the world." \u25a0
Ham burg- Aimerican Line
DOS Market /St^ San Francisco.
Telephone; Temporary 2946.
7 RAILWAY TRAVEL
Northwestern Pacific Railroad Co.
: Mayß, I9OT
SHORE DIVISION
•»:45.i10:15 andltTss p! m. ' ' ", '- 15 '
- ii F K °/ rr B F , a c irfax ~ W 5 ek I>ays--«:15, 6:45,
10:16,^10:45. J1:45 a. m; 12:45, 1:45 2:45
4:15, 4:40 and -8:15 p. m.
- - For 'San , Qu«ntin— Daily— 8:15 ,". 9-45
11:45 a.>m..%12:45 and 1:45 p: m
; 8:15.a.,m. daily, 2:45 p.. m daily, ex-
cept Sunday.- and;B:ls a..m. Snnday onlr
/or Camp Meeker, Monte Rto. Cazadero
and. way stations. *
>v 9:16 ' a.: m." Sunday 'onlyiand 5:15 nmJ
daily; jexcept: Sunday^ for Lagunitas
Camp .Taylor, Point Reyes and way *ta-
•To Sansallto only. ISftlgl
'i ",>. WESTERN DIVISION
For Tlburon, \u25a0 Belvedere and Sao n*tm»l
.7:30, 8:00,4:15.' 11:00 a. m.; 12735 3-30
5:10, 'S^O.' 6:Bo p. m/ daily. - '
- 7 :30 -a. in. t dally ? for; Petaluma, -Santa
Rosa, j Cloverdale..Ukiah^Willits,v Sher-
wood.'; SebaBtopol t and • way stations >\u25a0
i-; 8:00 ; a. m. \ daily for\u25a0 Pc toluma, . Santa
Roaa.' Camp Vacation, Glen Ellen and
way X stations.:
3 :30 ,- p. :\u25a0\u25a0 m. daily for Petaluma, Santa
Rosa; Cloverdala. .Ukiah," Guernevilla.
Sebastopol ; and iway <; stations.- "
5:10 p. ; m. ; daily for Pgtaluma. . Santa
Rosa, Glen .\u25a0Ellen, Sebastopol - : and way
stations. .;- . . - ,\u25a0 , -.-:-, " . . .
0:15 a. m.' Sunday only for-Petaluma;
* Santa ; Rosa, Glen Ellen and way ata-
\u25a0tlons.*."'^-'.'.*.*^'-'.;..;;"-".!" 1 . ""\u25a0"• ."^ "\u25a0-.-;?.\u25a0 " ;
'.?-. *Tc ' Tlhnron . only ' on . week day§. * .
:,;•; Ticket - offices : -1 Ferry. - building '< and f general
offlce».'J»mei "Flood i building. -.- .- ;
. ' .i - : JA«. AGLER, General Manager. .
J. J. GEART, Act. Gen.; PMsenjtr A FrjtJt. A^t.
RAILWAY THATEL
y^rTt^. Train (tan mi an 4m
l < i\T^^^J J Fkom sipxn>iasa2s, l9o7
FERRY DEPOT
Nl^JX>r foot of Market Street
Leavo —VIA OAKLAND PIER— ArrtT»
7XOa Richmond, Fort Costa. Braid*. sui-
~ ton, Dixoa, Sacramento, and Way
Stations,- , 8.289
7.00 a Emira, Vaca-rille. Ram5ey ......... 8.28»
7.00* Dari\ Marysrille. OroviUe— Rose-
' Tille, Red Bluff, Dunanuir......"- 8,28»
7.00 a Hawiri Xiiea. Ma Jots 7.08*
7.40 a Vaflejo. Xapa. Calistrga, SanU
Rosa, Martisea, San Ramon 9.-84
7.40 a Nilea, Reasaaton. Lrrennore. Trtey.
Latorop, Stockton 7.23 »
B.ooa Shasta Express (Via Davis), Wil-
liam* \Vii!o-*s. Red Bluff, Ash-
\u25a0"> land. Portland and East :.. 6.289
8.20> Martines. Byron. Tracy. Stoeiton,
,-,."'- Newman,' LO9 Baooa, Mrodota, /4.08?
Hanfcrd. VisaKa. Porterrills \ 4.43p
8.20 a Port Costa. 'Ladsroo. Merced, R»y-
moni Fresno, Hsnford. Vitalis,
Tttlare,BaVers£dd..... *UB9
i 8.20 a Newark, CehterTaie. E»a Jose. '
Los Gatos, Wriaht 8.489
9.00 a Nilea. liTerssora. Stockton (•Milton).
Valley Spring, low. Sacramento.
Redßluff.. «-089
9.OCa Sonora, Tuolumne aad Angels 4.08»
9.00 a AUaatio Express— Ojden. Salt Lake
City ....7....... 7.289
9.00 a Tnekee. Lain Tahoe. Reno, Tono-
pah. GoldSeld ; 7^89
9.43 a Richmond, Ptart Costa, Martiuei.... 8.*89
I 10.00 a The Overland Limited— Omaha,
Chicago. Denver. Kanans Gty . . . 8.289
10.20 a Vallfjo. Mare Island. Naps.. 11.28 a
10.20 a Los Angeles PMseagfr— Port Corta,
Mvtinej. Byron. Traey, Lathrop.
Stockton. Merced. Fresno. Han-
ford, Visalia. Tulare. Bakersfieid.
LosAogeles. 7.08»
I .OOp NHis. S*n Jose and Wsy Stations.. 2^89
1 .40» Alvarado, Newark. San Jose 7.289
3.00? Benicia, Winters, Sacramento,
Woodland. Knights Landins.
MarrsrilleaTidOroTine.......... 10.48 a
3.209 Port Costa. Martinez. Byron. Mo
desto, Merwd, Fresao 12.089
3.20p Saa Leandro, Nile* San J055...... 9.48 a
* 3^op Tia Tiburon, Wtsi Nspa, SLHdena.
Calistoga... 10.25«
3.40p Portland Express (yia Dstj*), WiJ-
Baais, Willows, Red Bluff, Ash.-
laad, Portland and Eart 9.48»
4XO? VaDejo. Mwtines. San Rason, Napa,
Cafistosa, Eanta R0»:...; 6.089 %
4.00? Niles. Trser, Stockton, Lodi 10.28 a
4.20p Eastera Express— Ogdw, Pueblo,
Dearer. Kansas City, St. Louis,
Chicago .................. ". ..'..
Martines. Stockton, Eacraaeata,
Reno.Sparks.. : 12.489
4.40p Saa Leandro, -Hayward, Niles,/ tB.2Ss
PlsnsaEton. Ltvennore.-. \tll.*Ba
6.00? The Ow! Limited — Newman, Los
Banos, Meadota, Fresco, Tular*.
Bakersfieid, Lbs Angles 8.48 a
5.009 Nswsrk. San Jose. Lo»Oatos.Wright 8.48 a
8.209 San Leandro, Nilea, Saa Jose 7.48 a
6.40p Vallejo, Port Costa. Benicia, Strisun.
Sacraaento.....;: !1.25«
6.20? Chiaa - and J»pan Fsst • Ifa2—
- C^dea,Cheyeane r omalia,Chicago 12.48»
6^op Harxird.' Nila and San J05e. ..... 6.489
7 .OOp Gcldfield Pass.— Port Costa. Benicia.
Sacramento; Truckt^lake Tahoe,
\ • Wadsworth. Hazen. Fallen. Topo-
X pah. GoldSeld. sad Kee1er....... 7.08»
7XOp Vallejo, Beaicia aad Way Stations.
Sundayonly ll^Ba
8.20? Orespn" Express — Sacramento,
' \u25a0 Marysvaie, Redding. Portland,
VPugat Bored and East. 8.48»
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY
Leave. 7.C0. 8.00. 9J00. 10J». 11.00 a. m.
12X0. 1X0. 2.00, 3X0. 4 J0. 6J0. 6 J0. 8.00. 9.00 p. m
COAST LINE ~™
• <y (Third an<} Tovrnsend Streets>
6.10 a VsiT.da St.. San Jose and Way
Siatkms... ......: ..... BJBa
(8.50 a Sunday Excursion — Dul Monte, Jloa-
ter*y,P»eiaoGrore...r. :....... J10.309 ,
7.00 a Valencia St.. Ssa Jooe. Giiroy,' Hoi- -
Ester,' Pajaro, WttsoariHe, Santa
Ctua LaureL -Boulder Creek,
Davenport, Del Mont*. Monterey.
PsciSe GroTe. I !.1B«
B.ooa The Coastw— Saa Jose. Salinas,
Paso Robles Hot Springs, Santa
Uarzarita, San Lois Obispo,
Guadalupe. Santa Barbara, Saa
Buenaventura. Oxaard, Burkank,
Los Angeles. ............... IM5|
B.ooa Dei Monte, Pacific Grore, Surf.
Lompoc 11439
B.ooa San Jose, Giiroy. Salinas. Paso
Rabies Hot Springs. San Luis
Obispo— Los Gatos. Alma, Wright,
Tres Pinoa, Santa Crux. Laurel.
Boulder Creek. Del Monte, ilon-
terey. PadfieGrOTe... -.;.;; 4.109
10.30 a VslenoaSt Barhngame,Saa Mateo.
Pate Alto, Saa Joae... -z.i.: 7M*
ll^Oa Valencia's^ Cemeteries, San Joss
aad Way Stations -. 8.45 a
1 .409 Valencia 35., Cemeteries. San Jose. . 1 0.00 a
3.00? Dei Mont* Express— Valencia \u25a0 St.
Saa Jose. Giiroy, Tres Pinoa.
Paiaro, Wataonviile. Santa Cruz,
Boulder Creek. CastroYilie. JH
- Moa^ Monterey. PaciSe GroTe . . 1 2. 1 89
! 3.159 South Saa Francisco, San Jose. Tres
Rn05.............-....^...... 10.38*
4X09 Sunset Express— El Paso. Houston,
Ne* Orleatw. . : . .'...... ."..:... s
Paso Robtes Hot SprhgV Saa Lois
Obispo. '. Santa Barbara, Los
Aageles. 12.409
4.009 Del Monte. Monterey. Pacific Groras. 12.159
f4.20p Valeacia St. Saa Jose, and Way
Stations 1 3. 00 «
4.40? Valencia St.. Saa Joec and Way
- Stations 1.209
t5.00? Valencia St., EurHiinme, San Mateo,
Palo Alto. Saa Jose. Los Gatos.
Wrizht....^. r. t9.08a
" 6.209 San Mateo. Redwood, Palo Alto,
SanJose...^ ...t:^. y 9J09
5JOa Valencia St.. San if *t«\K«Nood,
Palo Alto. Saa Jon — Sacta Clara,
Los Gatos. Wright.'.. 1. . ...... 5.30p
6.00p New Orleans Exprfss— Saa Jo.ae,
\u25a0 - \u25a0 SaEnaa, Paso Robles Hot Spriag\
San Luis Obispo. Santa. Barbara,
Los Angeles. .. . . .. ... . . 9.30 a
. Deming, Et Paso. New Orleans... 12.409
6.009 D«t Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove—
i- . L0mp0c. .............. ...^.r.. 11>t59
te] 10? Valencia St. Saa Jote and Way
I ' Stations .........7..... 16.48 a
6l30? , Valencia St. South Saa Francisco,
. San Jose.:. ....:.. 6^*o9
8.00? Valeacia St. Ocean View. Palo Alto,
SanJoso ....;......... 7J09
' : 1 1.45 a Valencia St. Palo Alto. San Jose:.. t8.30*
t>.oo? Sacnunento ßiver Steiuners. \u25a0.'..... t8.C09
Unioa Transfer Company agent* collect baggage »n3
csesiu on trains cf i«utaera Pacific snd debver to ,
reaidense. They are authorized to check bsggag* direct
from rf*id»nrf.
A for Mornirf . ' • P for Afternoon.
; tSuaday excepted. l.l '. JSuaday oalji
»IT. TAMALPAIS RiULWAY
VU Saasalito Ferry— Foot of Market St.
Lt. San Fran. ' wmm • Lt. Tam«lp«l»
VEEK SU.N-- /f^^S^V »*• VTZX
PAY DAY K"ln)M^ PAY PAY
9-45 A 7:15 A tiSA 7:25 A
9JSA Tag^3!iiy 11:10 A 1:40 P
"1:45P" 9: J SA Wy 12:16 P 4:14 P
BATUE- 12*45 P 3 110 P SATTV
DAT 2:15P LcaalHtßcUys 4:40 P DAT
4:45P 3:45P tmwtayTl— 6:40 P 9 JO P
TICKET OFFICE AT SAUSALITO FEBKY .
HOCEAX TRAVEL
vToyo Kisen Kaisha
(Oriental Steamship Co. >
Hare opened their permanent ofac» at
! Room 240, James Flood Building
U.S. S. "America Mara." Wednesday, Oct. ' 2.
S. S. "Nippon llarn," Wetoesday, Oct. 30.
S. S. "Hongkong Mam." Tuesday. Xot. 2fl.
1907/ :
\u25a0 Steamers ' will le»T« wharft eore*r, flrs» and
Brannna ': streets, 1 p. m.. -for Yokohama mi
Hongkong, '. calling 'at Honolsla. Kobm (H)ogo).
Nagasaki and Saangbai. and eoaneettnx at Hcnf-
feOQ? vrith ateamera for Manila. India, etc.- No
cargo received on board on day of sailing.
Round trip -ticket* at reduced rates.
'.For freight and passage apply at of3r». Jam*s
Flood building. . . W. H. A VERY.
.. Assistant General Manager.
BAY A.ND rVTERURBAN* ROUTES
VALLEJO AND NAPA
XAPA VALLEY ROUTE
Monticello S. S. Co. and Napa Valley Electric
- R. R. C 0 ... Close connections.
" ; . ; 6-— ROUXD \TRIPS DA I L.Y — •
- Boats leave ' San •" Francisco 7:00, *9.45 a. ai.,
12^0 n00n.: 3:15.* 6:0O, .»8:3O p.- m.
- •: San 'Francisco landins and office. Clay str««t
wharf , \u25a0 north : end \u25a0' Kerry bdllding, Market stre« t
ferry. Meals a.- la carte.-.
...'Phone Temporary 4W.."-- .
- •Lands Navy Yard 'direct.
WEEKLY CALL, $1 YEAR i
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