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auto hill climb
AGAIN POSTPONED
Contest W^ill Be Held Next
Wednesday Afternoon If
Weather Permits
R. R. L'HOMMEDIEU
The second annual hill climb of the
San Francisco motor club over the
Nineteenth avenue course was again
postponed yesterdaj'. At noon Pres
ident Owens of the club, after a con
ference with the contestants and those
who had visited the course, decided
that it was too dangerous to attempt
to send the automobiles over the mile
climb at a high rate of speed. In fact,
some of the drivers of fast cars de
clined to start. ,
When this became known it was de
< ided to postpone the event until next
Wednesday at 2:30 p. ni. If it is rain
ins at that time the contest will be
• held on the day following, weather per
sisting, or on the first clear day be
ginning with Wednesday. *"
There was a lot of keen Interest dis
played at the conference. From state
ments made at that time, some of the
drivers have been making faster time
than they have been credited with.
. It also came to light that there is con
tsiderable money at stake. In fact,
what at first was merely a little club
t-vent, has turned out to bo one of the
main hill cljmbing contests of the year
on the coast.
There is no question but that the
record for the course set last year
will be lowered by most of the cars.
The course is faster and the cars have
shown considerable more speed in the
tryouts.
The postponing of the contest, al
though exceedingly hard on the deal
ers — for it has tied up their cars —
lias, however, given the drivers a lot
of time to practice which they have
not been slow to appreciate. This
means that if clear weather prevails
from now until Wednesday it will more
than repay one to be at the course
when the cars are sent away.
Another new torpedo body has reached
the city. It was the latest creation of
-the Stoddard-Day
ton factory and was
received by J. \V.
Leavitt & 00. last
Saturday. The car
it- uiuMicu iv me peculiar French gray
which is strictly a Stoddard color. It is
a massive vehicle and reminds one very
much of the vessel from which the style
of body takes its name. Leavitt & Co.
also received the first of the 40 horse
power Stoddard-Dayton models. These,
like the torpedo, are striking vehicles
and show the great advancement made
by the Stoddard factory during the last
year.
j »w Torpedo
| Received Here
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The first of the 3 910 Corbins has been
received by Tra-cy Holmes, manager of
the Corbin automo
bile agency in this
city. The model re
ceived is the five
passenger touring
car. It is much longer than the pre
vious models, having 120 wheel base
and about five horsepower more, being
rated as 30-35 horsepower. The car is
finished in red and black and shows
power and comfort in every line.
« «
j 1910 Corbin :
X«w in Town J
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The much talked of Anhut Six has J
come to San Francisco. The roadster I
.. has
I been received by the
Durant auto sales
of which
R. C. Durant, the
son of W\ C. Durant; the head of the
<I«neral motors company, is manager.
The car is a surprise when the price is
taken into consideration. The motor is
z>t the valve in the head type, and the
few hours' tryout showed a world of
power.
! Gets the »vr
t Anhnt Six
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C. S. Richardsou of the Ileliance
automobile company has received word
from President An
" derson of the An
derson carriage
company, builders
' of the Detroit elec
trics, that lie Is on his way to San
Francisco. The company lias just re
ceived a carload of four cylinder Knox
tonneauette touring cars.
! Anderson " i
! ( oniincr West !
S. G. Chapman, agent for the Hup
mobile and Oakland cars, reports that
the first shipment
'of Oakland "30's"
will be on . the
salesroom floor to
" morrow, lie also
reports the sale and delivery of Hup
mobiles to I). K. McPherson of San
Mateo, Roy Phelps of San Jose, Miss
Morrison of San Jose, H. H. Shields of
this city and three to C. W. Hobson of
Fresno. J. H. Martin of Coalinga and
Dr. Wallace I. Terry have each taken
delivery of a 40 horsepower Oakland
touring car.
j Xew Owners I
( of Hupmobile j
A. E. Hunter, liead of the firm of
Osen & Hunter in this city, has received
- word from the
home office of the
Mitchell cars - that
the Mitchell-Lewis
motor company.
manufacturers of that make of car in
Raoine, Wis.. is completing its new
testing track, which is half a mile In
circumference and wide enough for
three machines abreast. A track was
built last year, but did not prove' ade
quate, because it was built hurriedly.
(Testing Track I
I for .Mitchells I
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J. C. Smith, who lives about 12 miles
from Providence, ha.« written a lettor
to the Win ton mo
j tor carriage com
pany, a f-opv of
which has been
" forwarded to 11. L.
Owesney, manager of the local branch.
The letter reads in part: "I live about
12 miles out of Providence and not
one of my trips to or from the city in
my Winton Six has been missed
through the entire winter season
Sometimes the banks of snow were so
high that they nearly covered the
radiator, but they were negotiated suc
cessfully. I have owned five other
makes of cars and must say the Win
ton Six is perfection."
« !^
I Winter Tourlnc |
I In Wlnton Car 1
+.. «
"The desire of economy in the upkeep
of an automobile Is leading motor car
owners everywhere
to seek a driver
who is both care
..._ ,J ful and versed in
automobile con
struction," writes an official of the H. H.
Franklin manufacturing' company to
John F. McLaln. local agent in this city
for the Franklin cars.
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1A L«*t»on to I
I Auto Oivitrrn I
"Experience as comprehensive as that
of -Henry Potter of Salt !Lake City is
wanted, lie has had a course in the
school of our company, has Vlriven
thousands of 'miles in the vicinity of
Fait Lake City and recently guided a
42 horsepower Franklin touring car for
George T. Odell on a trip of 14,000
miles through Europe. On the Euro
pean trip the repair expense was less
than $5.
"'There arc plenty of people who
know how to drive a car/ says this
driver, 'but that is the least important
of aIL The essential in the making of
a good driver is the knowing how, to
take care of a car. A good driver
should know the . car he is driving,
and first of all. he should make a care
ful study -of. the parts and see how
they are put together/ iss££3gKtQjSMg
"Speaking of his experience In Switz
erland Potter says: , "On our road, to
Zurich we passed over 'the Alps, tak
ing the same route that Napoleon did
with his army. Most of the time we
were 8.000 feet above the sea level,* and
at the highest points we • traveled
through a blinding snowstorm.:
" 'While we were going through the
pass I could not'- help: but ..think of. the
changes in the mode of travel .since
the days of Napoleon: V The snowstorm
would have defeated < th c French army,
but a modern automobile maJe the trip
an easily as if it, were a bright sum
mer day. All through • Switzerland . we
had plenty, of .chances, of -trying** the
\u2666bility of our Franklin : to • climb ? bills
a \u25a0\u25a0-••-'. : \u25a0
Comedian Enjoys Turn Off
Stage m His Studebaker
Max Dill at the wheel of his Studebaker touring; car.
and mountains. The country around
Salt Lake is bad enough, but Switzer
land has Salt Lake beaten a thousand
ways when it comes to climbing- hills
and mountains." "
A. C. Leonard, manager of the San
Francisco branch of the W. T>. Newerf
.rubber company,
has received word
I that contracts for
.the year 1910 call
for 216,000 tires to
be made by the Goodyear tire and rub
ber company of Akron.OhSo. ' \u25a0
• The contracts are signed by '44 of the
largest and leading manufacturers of
the automobile world in *Hhe- United
States.
| Bij? Orders for , \
Goodyear Tires j
' ~*
On top of this the company can make
125,000 more for their regular trade, re
placements, and so forth. To do this
requires the running of the. Goodyear
plant 24 hours of each day, with three
shifts of workmen, engaged every day
of the year, and with the entire output
sold before the season is half opened.
Max L. Rosenfeld,- manager of: the
Auto livery company, has just delivered
a 60 horsepower
Apperson toy ton
neau to H. A.
"VY'lntely- of this
city. Captain J.
Mathew of Oakland has placed his or
der with Rosenfeld for an Apperson
car finished entirely in black, even
equipped with black lamps, which will
\u25a0without doubt present a novel appear
ance. J. IL Graham, -formerly sales
man for the Locomobile company here,
has just resigned his position with that
(»tv Owners I
1 of Appentonn {
4
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DE^MS
T Notable Deaths "|
*. : : *
WILLIAM COOPER, G. C. OF K. OF P,, UTAH
.Salt Lake, Utah, March 27. — William Cooper,
\u25a0 grand chancellor of the Utah domain. Knights
of Pythias, died today from diabetes. He was
43 years old. For 20 years he bad been con-
nected with the publication of the Salt Lake
directory. He had held hizh offices in the
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
DEATHS
Johnson, Charlotte ... iS
Jones, Mac J —
Manders, Wilbelmine 74
Marshall, Irving 48
McLagan, - Agnes .... 5S
Mogcrisen, M. C. ....49
O'Kane, Catherine ". . — "
Pattlson, Bessie ..... 44
Regello, Antonio G-. 51
Reinhardt, Johanna, 82
ReitP.r, Katheriue .. 55
Rivers, Richard . . . . 40
Ryan, Maty .....;.. \u25a0 —
Stubbs, 8eu1ah... ... 2S
Wickcrshclmrr, A. • . ?2
Zimmermann, Lf>is .;" 4
Ackerson, Claire .r~ 9
Anderfion, Peter W. 04
Asb. Leo ......... 80
Beetle, Clarence 11. 29
Campanlni. Cesarina 29
Cawley, Catherine.. 70
Collins. Mary .... —
Danaby, Mary . :". . —
Davis. Arthur X... —
De Cardona . . (Masfl>
Estes. Joel Jr. ... 51
Fawcett. E. H r>o
Fernandes, Joseph. . 72
Fletcher,. W. E.... 16
Goodfellow, Ann A, —
Horton, Maria ....75
Hyde, Mary 4
ACKERSON— In lhis city, March 2«, 1010. Claire
Ackerson. flfarly beloved daughter of Katb-
<-riuc and tlie late William W. Aokcrson, and
loving sistfT of Charles H. and Helen L.
Ackcrson. n native of Kan , Francisco, aged
9 years 11 months and 17 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited tr> attend the funeral tomorrow (Tues-
day), March 29, at 9:15 a. in., from the rcsi-
denc; vt her mother, 700 Fell street, thence
to - Sacred Heart chnrch. where requiem . mass
will be oelpbrated for the repose of her. soul,
commencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy
Cross ; cemetery. \u25a0
ANDERSON— In Oakland, March 27, 1910, Peter
W., beloved husband of the late Elizabeth .T.
Anderson.', and loving father of William A.,
Arthur; W. . and Maybelle B. Anderson, a na-
tive of Canada, aged 64 years and 7 months. . '
ASH— In this city, . March 27, 1910, Leo, dearly
. beloved ' husband of the late Rebecca Ash, I and
father of j Rachel L., Theresa, Marie ' and
• Charles S. Ash, " a native of Germany, aged
SO years 10 months and 16 days.
. Funeral private. Please omit flowers.
BEETLE — In Berkeley. : Cal., March 26, 1910,
Clarence: H., dearly beloved son of Mr. and
Mrs. James C. Beetle, and brother of Iva"-8.,
Stephen E.,- Louise L., Beth L. aud Gladys L.
Beetle. -a native of New Bedford, Mass.,
« aged 29 years 8 months and 1 day.v A 1A 1 mem-
ber of Berkeley lodge- No. 1002, B. P. O. E.,
Berkeley, and Court Oakland No. 46, F; of A.
Friends and acquaintances are , respectfully
invited to - attend .the funeral services today
* (Monday), March 28, 1910. at 1:30 o'clock
p. m., at . Elks' hall, Berkeley, , where serrices
will be held under \u25a0 the auspices of Berkeley
lodge No. 1002, B.- P. O. E. Remains at : the
chapel of Jameson & Nlehaus, 1 2434 Telegraph
avenue. Berkeley. • Please send flowers to Elks'
hall, Berkeley. Interment Sunset View ceme-
tery.., ' '. • \u25a0'->\u25a0/ ;'' \u25a0'\u25a0 : ;.. . --, "«' . . ; ..- •\u0084:".\u25a0 \u25a0
CAMPANINI— In this city. March 27. 1910. Cc-
earina Campaninl, beloved wife of Albino Cam- :
paninl. a native of "St. Alba ns,- Pavia,. Italy, '
aged 29 years, and: 6 months. \u25a0"«..,/\u25a0 V
Friends andt acquaintances arc respectfully
invited -to attend the funeral I tomorrow (Tues-
day), March 29,. 1910. at 1 o'clock p. ,m.,
' from the . parlors | of \u25a0, Valentc,' Marioi, « Marais
& Co.. C 49 Green street between; Stockton and
Powell.' , Interment : Italian % cemetery. " <• j ,r-\-:
CAWLEY— In this ; city, ; March 23, -i 1910, Cath-
e rine. Cawley, J, beloved \u25a0 aunt >ot ' Mrs. :" Delia
Cogan,' a native" of ; County Sllgo. Ireland, . aged
\u25a070 yeare. - >..-.\u25a0\u25a0 _yy.,- ;•\u25a0 . \u25a0-„ - , : ;.. .. .' ---r:
Friends and acquaintances are ; " respectfully
inrited ' to attend the := funeral"; today V (Mon-'
day)," March* 2B, .'1910,'. at S::i0 o'clock -a. • M.IT
from the ; parlors :of Carew ' & .: English. rl6lB
: Geary .. (street, j thence . to St. "i Dominic's - church.'
where ' a '» requiem :• . mass : will • be ;\u25a0; celebrated
for the • repose > of - her z soul; ' commencing ;at
. 9 ; o'clock.; Interment . Holy 1 Cross cemetery. -
COLLINS— In this city; March' 27.^ 1910,'<" Mary,
- relict • f>f Prter ' Collins, j and v ; mother : of s. Mrs .'
Mary T. Dunn. Mrs. -. Herbert i Copp and f the
late Thomas . Collins, - a* native "of v lreland.
-The funeral. will take place. tomorrow MTucs-
.• day), • at: 9 \u25a0 o'clock, from ,- her - late '.residence,
. - 3971: Clay .\u25a0 street. ; \ near.i First i avenue,,, thence
;. : to ; Star *of the ; Sea . chnrcb," where \u25baa r requiem
\u25a0 ;\u25a0- liigh ; mass * will ; be celebrated - for,-, the j repose
r*tjf ;?her soul," commpneing , at ; 0:30 > o'clock, s In-
** terment c. Holy m. Cross s, cemetery, V by '.-. electric
> .-: funeral \u25a0 car s from ; Thirteenth and * Mig-
eloa streete." rrieada are invited *to \ attea_l ; ,
,gteSKi^^gg^^| | S5 r j - - "\u25a0>."\u25a0 ''-- ;•;*-" '-,-*-\u25a0- ---','
jirocsAifrsm^^
firm to become a .member of the selling:
force of the Auto - livery company.
XOTES OF THE AUTO .
An announcement of importance to
the automobile world was made \u25a0 yes
terday by W.- L. Hughson to the -effect
that Horace de Lisser, formerly presi
dent and general manager, of the-Ad
jax rubber tire company had .been ap
pointed general sales manager of the
United States motor company. De Lis
ser.is one of the best known automo
bile tire men in- the country,' having
been .associated, .with; the Ad jax,, tire
company for several years.. His posi
tion with the rubber company, will be
taken by William G. Grieve. . De Lisser
will devote his time to the management
of the distribution of the cars now in
control by the United States motor
company. ,- "' \u25a0 . ' .
A- most unique little booklet of 12
pages has just been issued by the
Willys-Overland company. It is en
titled "In Old Kentucky."; and consists,
«s it is explained in the introduction,
of 15 letters received; one -cold, snowy
morning in f December, all of. which
were fromithe owners of Overland cars
in' the state of Kentucky. It. is neatly
gotten up and is full of meaty.experi
ences which are interesting reading in
themselves.- -,
A. B. Costigan, head of the Pacific
motor car company, has received word
that an E-M-F car will be the path
tinder for the Little Glidden tour, the
second annual endurance and reliability
tour of the Minnesota state automobile
association; A Chase truck will be fur
nished by the agent in Minneapolis as
a supply .car, which- will also -be sup
plied with an observer. > ' -
DANAHY— In this city, March ! 25; " 1910. Mary
Danahy. beloved mother of Daniel J., Minnie,
Julia M.. Arthur; A. and the late John A.
Danahy. a native 'of County Kerry. Ireland.
The funeral will take • place today , (Mon-
• day), at 9:30- o'clock, -from : her late resi-
dence, 1621 Fulton street, thence to St: Agnes
church, where ' a requiem ; high - mass \u25a0 will : be
celebrated for the repose of her -soul, : com-
mencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery by electric . funeral car " from Thir-
teenth : and -West : Mission streets." ." -\
DAVIS— In Sutter ..Creek, Oal., March £5. 1010,
Arthur E. Davis, beloved husband of Elizabeth
Brignole • Davis. - and * brother -of • Samuel J..
James E., Sarah A. and , Elizabeth • Davis of
'Berkeley, Cal., and Mrs. Henry .C. Perkins
of Washington, D. C, a native- of California.
Funeral services at Albert Brown's under-
taking parlors, r»l0 Thirteenth street. Oakland, •
Cal., at 2: p. m.. today (Monday),' Marc h; 28,
. 1910. Interment private. \u25a0 -. ;
DE CAKDONA— A requiem high mass will Ibe !
• celebrated for the . repose \u25a0of - the - soul of the
.late Leo de \u25a0' Cardona ' at Sacred Heart chnrch,
Fillmorc and Fell - streets, \u25a0 tomorrow (Tuesday)
E morning, \u25a0 March 29. ; commencing at 0 o'clock.
. Friends and acquaintances are 1 invited to \u25a0 at-
' -tend. \u25a0 ; . •;-... '..;.' -Vj." -.:-. : \u25a0 ... ;
ESTES— In Oakland, Cal., March 27, 1010, Joel
; \u25a0 Estes Jr.; beloved i father of - Asa iU. Estes,
«, native of Missouri;, aged 54 "years 10 months
and 17 day 5 ..;..:.. . • , v
FAWCETT— In this city. March': 2G, inio. = Ed-
\u25a0'\u25a0; ward Hutton,. dearly beloved husband' of Sarah
A. Fawcett, devoted son of Isabella . and . the
late Thomas Fawcett,. and brother of James A, :
Fawoett of ; El* Paso, , Tex., .and Mrs. •: Mary KA.
Conatt-er,; a native of ..Washington,", afjed '[, 50
years 8 months • arid 4 days. \u25a0 A J member of
Western' Addition . camp ; No." 306. W. 0. .. W.
(Kansas City papers : please copy.) ." .;. .
Friends \u25a0 and \u25a0; acquaintances ; are -. respectfully.
-'.. invited \u25a0to attend " the : -, funeral -. serricps " to-
1 day (Monday),; at 1:30 p.'\m.,i from his late
! residence. 1706 Webster street near Rush, an-
: der the auspices of ' Western .'Addition . camp
: No. ' 306. W. \u25a0O. W. '.. Interment ; Mount Olivet
cemetery,, by ; carriage.' . j- • : / v "-['.';;\u25a0,
FERNANDES^In Oakland, March .27, \ 1910, - Jo-
- eeph r Medeiros : Fernandes, , beloved husband ,ot
Antonla- 8. , Fernandes." and .loving, .father of
\u25a0j Manuel, \u25a0 Jose, \u25a0 John,: Sarah ; and Mary . Fernan-
\u25a0 dcs,. a native, of Azores, "aged -72 years. *:'.';'
FLETCHEE— In"; this ;clty.i March ' 25, 1010,' Wll-
• Ham \u25a0E. Fleteber, belOTPd; 6ont of v, the late
William ' H . \u25a0\u25a0<\u25a0 and . Sarah Fletcher 'of Tiburon,
and beloved \u25a0 nephew of Mr.7 and = Mrs. * August
''Banker,? a -native -.ot Tiburon,^ Cal.,"/ aged \u25a0; 16
years 8 months; and 3 'days., ;;.; \u0084.-\u25a0'\u25a0. - '\u25a0 .;;
; Friends : and | acquaintances | arc 1 respectfully
• iinvlted ;to s attend ~* the .funeral - today •• (Mon-
\u25a0 day), at -2,o'clock' p.; m;,: at itheichapel of
' Craig,- i Cocbran \u25a0:&'-. C0., : 1169' Valpncia. street
• near >T-wenty-tblrd. \- Incineration Odd •. Fellows',
"\u25a0.cemetery.-.-.' .-,.", - . \u25a0•.-. . \u25a0' ' ".-\u25a0\u25a0."; ,'
GOODFELLOW— In Oakland,. '.; Cal., March 27,
» 1910;rfAnn;.A.*, v ,wife ?of: the ilate" Milton -J..
Goodfellow, Vand 1 mother of \u25a0 Dr. r , George :Good-
f ellow,-.- Bessie •:, Goodfellow -.-. and . Mrs. C. \u25a0W.
Fish. - \u25a0- \u0084 :. -•-•-;-,'
HORTON— Passert.flway., in ; this pity, .March -27,
M9lO, Maria,;' wife , of ?,the ,"late ' George ' Hor-
ton, . deßrly : -' beloved " mother -; of > Joseph \u25a0\u25a0* 8.,
'„ Samuel .Wells; : George - K:,~- Charles t C. , . Al yin,
'- Mario and Addieß.? Horton,. Mrs. W..Prahl,
Mrs/ F.-K. Uonston.iMrs.O.' Webb and Mrs.
•' J;*H. Clalborne, a native of London,,.; Eng.,
aged 7r> years.';- :' , .'-.';; '\u25a0,-,, :.,«i: .,«i :»^- ; .; v . -;,_..-.• '.':.•%.-. ..- >
*\u25a0 Friends: and :, acquaintances are { respectfully
,"'- invited to attend the funeral tomorrow "(Tnes-
M day) ;: 1 , March • 20, ; 1910, *- at 2' p. \u25a0:'< ni.', -• from
' her , late - residence, 1 015 > Point ';\u25a0 avenue. '
;.lnternient -private. ; Please omit; flowers..* V-- \u25a0
EYDE^-Ini this' JVlty;:-- March'S 26,> 1910,^ Mary?
. ' dearly '\u25a0 beloved \u25a0 daughter ' of r Cornelius t D." ., and
\u25a0; Mary E.": Hyde, > loving sister of -Nellie,'; Joseph-
- Inc." Annie. Frank and ' Walter. Hyde,- and. niece
. .of s CJzzie T. : HS-i and" D.\ 3.1 Bresnan and 1 Mra ;;
i ; J/- 8.\u0094- Sullivan,!; a\ native s of ; San e Francisco,
\u25a0; Cal. ,'( aged i 4, years and . 7^ months.' . , • ~J ,y. \u25a0 : \u25a0
. j Friends ? and ): acquaintances \ are : ; respectfully
• invited to 'attend; the: the- funeral today > (Mon-
;. day) , March : . 28, «\u25a0 lOlO;'^ at 'i 2 * o'clock p. ? m.,"
c 'from I her ;; parents'.", residence, _" 501 V Plymouth
:': ' street. Ocean - Vie vr.y Interment > Ho!y,« Cross
\u25a0' cemetery. ;, ; ;; , ";'V- ;'"'*\u25a0 v^i^ ~ '.,.'.' ".';.'• \u25a0\u25a0'''\u25a0 %"%
JOHNSON— In ' Alarnedn.-; CaI.". V March 27. 1910,
; 5 Charlotte iLoulse • Soldan , Johnson 3 beloved- wife
:-V of t the •': late * Jacob = Johnson.-^ loving :\u25a0 mother.? of
- : Mrs.- Helen feW.lj Shancr, ,J and «•' grandmother '; of
I >"\u25a0 Maybelle ; Shaner.s a ; native l of , Denmark. ; aged
V, 78^5-earn [ aud .25 . days. .f. .; ; .', ;: : ;-\v:; ;.'; '. v '.. \u25a0 . •-.-:
JONES^In this "city,? March" 26, 1 ' 1910.", Mac i J."
i^t Joncs,\ beloved 3, wife * of a Thomas 'J S.,; Jones,"'
y- mother i of I the. >late * Maud i H,-* and illlysscs \u25a0 G.";
\f. Jones.iand* sister, of t Mrs. ?N. 5 F. :~< Cook ; of J San
!-"\u25a0 FranciKco.'i.Mrs;jE.'ißlancriof sSucrameuto' nnd
'\u25a0\u25a0;: Mrs.l N.I Smith | of i Tacomaj\: WaEh;,-; a" uatire
of Boston. Mass. .- . ' T - .. I
HOUSEHOLDERS ARE
THIEVES' VICTIMS
Woman Reports to the Police
Her Loss of Jewelry Val=
lied at $150
Miss E. Wenzel, 1918 Golden Gate
avenue, 'reported to the police yester
day that ; burglars entered her home
Saturday night and stole jewelry from
her bedroom valued at $150.
By the use. of a pass key thieves en
tered the room of Nick Kerlick, propri
etor of a lodging' house r at 1925 O'Far
rell ; street, securing jewelry and \ cloth
ing .valued" at $250. Kerlick suspects
that some .lodger in tne house was re
sponsible for the robbery. »V
The home of Erriil Dinzaboulet, 1340
Bush street, "was- entered by robbers
Saturday night, who secured loot valued
at $100.. .' . . . , '
. .A pass key was also used to gain en
try to the room of James Stathas, 36
Thirteenth street,, from which a watch
and: clothing valued at $75 was stolen"
Silver plate, jewelry and other arti
cles valued at several hundred' dollars
were stolen from the residence of E.S.
Nichelsen, 2310 : Sacramento street,; Fr
iday night : during the absence of the
owners from the city. The robbery was
reported to the police by a Japanese
-butler.* - ; '. .; \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0•' '' / : ;
., The grocery of E. A. Lackman, 2100
Polk street, was entered late Friday
night or" early Saturday morning and
$15 stolen from the cash register. .
Walter Laumeister, 2103 Castro
street, was the victim of a pickpocket
while riding on a Market street car
Saturday night.' The thief sequred a
wallet containing $35. , ,
- Policemen T. G. Ward • and W. S.
Burns early Sunday morning surprised
George Derring while the latter was
behind the bar in a. saloon at ? 449
Broadway. When searched at the ; city
prison Derring had $120 which he had
secured from the cash register of the
saloon. , . • ' - :
SCORES POLICE BOARD
FOR TENDERLOIN DANCES
Pastor Compares' Commissioners
\ to Judas Iscariot \u2666
Taking -occasion to comment on the
action of the police commission in per
mitting dancing in the tenderloin "dis
trict. Rev. j E.\ P. Dennett, pastor of ; the
Wesley Methodist Episcopal church, last
night denounced the members of the
board and the signers of' the petition
on which the privilege was granted.
."This action,". he said, "means addi
tional temptations which will lead to
the debauching of young men and- the
ruin of young women. It jis an ' insult
to- the city of Paris to say that such
action as this makes San -Francisco the
Paris of America. ; .-
"I. do not think I. should- compare
these men, to, Shylock. Shylock, when
he came .to, 'his dilemma," loved his
daughter at least as much as his ducats,
for he mentioned them in the same
breath— 'my ducats, my daughter." ; Biit
these men would sacrifice the daughters
of San Francisco to gold. They descend
to the level of Judas Iscariot.
"The roll containing the names of the
200'so 1 called merchants who signed the
petition/together with the names of the
commissioners who granted it, should
be dubbed 'The roll of shame.'"
Doctor Dennett eulogized Rabbi Mar
tin A. Meyer for his action in condemn-,
ing the dancap'ftrmlt-'rHe also compli
mented the women of the California
club on = their opposition to the action
of the board; of police commissioners.
Billys Kyne, the well -known book
maker, 1 has taken over the. Union ath
letic club. Kyne proposes to hold a
show during the early part of April,"
and he is now securing talent. Ho
says he will open with the greatest
card of four- rounders that has appeared
here in'some time." j, •_\u25a0.-\u25a0
MANDEHB— In thin city. March 27, 1910. '•- Wil-
belmine, i beloved wife , of; the . late Henry
-Manders. and loving mother of Joseph F., \u25a0 An-
thony J. and William H. Manders,; Mrs.'
J. T. Reynders and Mrs. R. J. Jones, a na-
tive of Holland, aged 74 years -1 month and 19
days. (Wisconsin papers please copy.) ' \
•;. Friends and acquaintances " are respectfully
inyltcd to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tues-
day). March 29,;1910.at 8:30 a. m.. from the
residence of • he^'son in law. R. J. Jones, »1309
Treat avenue between Twenty-sixth and Army
streets, thence to St. Anthony's church,' Army
street, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, at 9 :30
i a. , m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, by car-
riage. \u25a0-\u25a0»-.\u25a0-. : - -.::\u25a0'-:\u25a0 '\u25a0. \u25a0 : ' • -• ' ;.
MARSHAXL— In this city. . March 27. 1910. at
" the German hospital, Irving Marshall, hus-
band of "the late Julia Marshall, father of
. Elizabeth and Alfred « Marshall and Mrs, A. ; E.
Duncan of New York, and brother of H. \u25a0 T.,
Dr. W., Willis and Eugene Marshall, - Mrs. "
F. Rader and Mrs. Sarah Broadbag, • a native
.of Indiana, aged . 4S years 6 months and 13
days. (Manhattan, Kan., papers please copy.)
.--.- Notice of funeral hereafter.;; / :. . vy:
McLAGAN— In this city, March 26/ 1910, Agnes
McLagan, beloved wife of James McLagan, and
1 aunt of Mary McLagan, a \u25a0 native . of Canada,
aged' 58 years 2 months and ,26 days. _\u0084---
Friends are respectfully invited* to« attend
Ihe funeral today (Monday), March 28, at
•1 o'clock p. m., -from the mortuary chapel
of the Golden Gate undertaking company, 2475
Mission, street; near,; Twenty-first.^ Interment
j.j .' Cypress' Lawn cemetery, ? by carriage. .-., :;\u25a0 -
MOGENSEN— In this city. March 26. 1910, Mar-
'-' tin . C.'i bclored .husband :of .Sophie Mogensen,
belovod-father of. Mrs. II.;C." Frost and Mar-
. \u25a0 tin ' Mogensen, - and- grandfather of , : Matt Mar-
- tin Frost, a native of Denmark; aged 49 years.
" A : member of , Da ni a lodge,: Denmark,- No. .2;
San ': Francisco lodge No. 2, \u25a0 Knights of ; the
, : ; Royal* Arch, -and \u25a0 Golden ; Gate aerie ; No. ' 61,
I V. O. E. I (Minneapolis papers please copy.) -
\u0084'F riends and acquaintances are : respectfully
inrited. to attend the funeral ; tomorrow (Tnes-
I day), 1 March. 29,.\at. 10. a^ m., • from his late
residence, ,73. Liberty .street. : between Valencia
and - Guerrero, under the J auspices ,of Golden
Gate aerie No. 61,; F. O. E. Interment Cypress
' Lawn cemetery," by carriage. ;
O'KANE— In this city, March 26, 1910. Cath-
erine; O'Kane; ' beloved ' sister, of Margaret
I \u25a0 Queenan,' a * native : of ; Ireland./ , " \u25a0 \u25a0 -':.
"J, "Notice ' of funeral hereafter. / Remains at
:: the parlors of Samuel McFadden & Co. , . 1070
\u25a0 ; Haigbt , street \ near • Baker. ; ' \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 ' *\u25a0< -- '
PATTISON— In this ; city, March 27. . 1010, Bes-
• sle,' - beloved L wife \u25a0 of ;- Thomas Pattlson, .i and
: \u25a0 mother ' of, Irene - Gladys. " Lucille „ and ' Roy
fWarne, and'Engerie* Patti6on; a- native of Eng-
t:; land, . aged 44; years. ;f't ,"-."\u25a0"
EEGELLO — Iv Densville, v Contra " Costa ? county,
t Cal.; Antonio . G., ' husband , of • Rosa j Regello,
and -father of Antoine,' \u25a0 John, Francisco, .-: Guil-
herml. Alfredo; George \u25a0 and \u25a0 Henrique Regello,
L Mrs. Maria Suf rina, - Mrs. Francisca Sepa, Mrs.
Rosa 1 Costa, Anna,- Lizzie, Janoy and Angelina
- Regello, f a native •of Fayal, r Azores , islands,
1 '- aged 51 *years 6 months ! and \u25a0 12 days. A mem-
ber, of Council No. 27,~U.rP.iE. C.,: and of
Court San Pablo 8216, A., 0.F. -'-U '
'. "--'\u25a0.- Friends " and *\u25a0 acquaintances < are respectfully
\ invited ? to. ~ attend * the I funeral -.» today . (Mon-
day), March 28, 1910, at San: Pablo, upon "the
; arrival of - the: Densville ; train,'- thence to -San
; .-; Pablo Catholic "'. church, where \u25a0a ; requiem high
. mass ' will be • celebrated for \ the , repose of \u25a0 his
/soul, ""commencing at:9:3ora; m. 'Interment
i i St.'.' Mary's cemetery, <. Oakland. ; . ;
REINHARDT— At rest, *in this ' city , ; March , 26, ;
•\u25a0' 1910, • Johanna :>: > Louisa, \u25a0 belored «' wife -of j the
• late Frederick i William ' Reinhardt, -. loving
', ' mother 5 of " Louise '. and » Alfred ' Reinhardt, lv: and ;
. » the " late ' Edward jW.t and > Louis I F. *. MA Rein-
.-> hardt,' -and ; , beloTed - grandmother ; of : Charles,
-Alice, c Gertrude i. and * Bartholomew^ Reinhardt,
.™- Mrs. , Sophie Morehead ' and x Fred \u25a0: I."!: Reinhardt,
••\u25a0\u25a0 :- and \u25a0 sister X of *\u25a0 "B.'-.s W.T- Schneider, /a ', native i of
\u25a0: -Germany, aged 82 years 5 months and 26 days..
'-£ (Honolulu -papers please": copy.) . 3 \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0"\u25a0 . :-'\u25a0 -L
; Friends I and acquaintances * are respectfully
',\u25a0: invited -\u25a0 to f attend wthe ;-; funeral » -.'\u25a0 today • \u25a0\u25a0; (Mon-
\u25a0 i day) ,' Cr March - 28," at i 2 j p."~ m., ' from ; her \u25a0> late'
j 3 residence. * 1539 j Mason | street ;. between | Broad-
MOUNT OLIVET
:• XrV Non-Sectarian
- Arraofements can be : made In ' dty office B
% Vtlii :-**? ADDIBON.< BBAD BLDO.. '- ,
j^t.^;lPo»t; Street: and :Qraßt^Ayeno#. . \-
BIG ORIENTAL IRON
DEAL IS CONFIRMED
Confirmation was received here'yes
terday by. cable; of a contract between
the Western steel corporation of : Se
attle' and ftSjM Hang \u25a0 Yang ', steel com
pany .of ,- Hankow, . China, whereby the
American* concern will \u25a0 receive 200,000
tons of pig ; iron- and ore yearly . from
the orient during i the next 15 years.
The indorsement of the; reported \u25a0 deal
came-from "Herbert;E. Law .and Rob
ert I Dollar, • the local capitalists who
are now in China completing ,the final
details" in connection with the >big
deal. " ' .
The increased "supply of pig iron will
be necessary to \u25a0 meet the demands for
raw material of new plants contem
plated by ) the Western steel corpora
tion. .."" '\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0. . :'.; ."/.-. '/ : \ --\u25a0 ' ;-\u25a0; : \u25a0
Law and Dollar are expected tb re
turn from the orient within the next
three weeks. 7 >> . 'I'iv:
INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADS
ACCOUNTANTS— CERT. PUBLIC. I. CoI. 6, P. 11
APARTMENT 5 .....;...... ... ...... Col. 3, S. 11
ATT0RNEY5......:. .......... .....C01. 7, P. 11
AUT0M081LE5........ ...'........"..C01. 6, P. 11
BAR AND STORE FIXTURES. ...;. Col. 5, P. 11
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES. .. Col. 6, P. 11
fSINESS CHANCE5.... ...... .....C01. 5, P. 11
•• •• ..'... ....coi. c, p. n
BUSINESS PERSONALS. . . . .".' Col. 7, P. 11
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES........ Col. 1, P. 11
BUSINESS C0LLEGE5... ........ ...C01. 6. ?. 11
BUTTONS AND PLEATING Col. 5, P. 11
CAEPET CLEAN1NG............... C0L 4, P. 11
\u25a0i- A1R V0YANT5. ;.......:,... ...... Col. 1, P. 12
COLLECTION AGENCIES.... .Col. 1, P. 11
COTTAGES TO LET...... .. ........C0L 4, P. 11
COTTAGES TO LET— Oakland. .... CoL 4, P. 11
DENT15T5. .........................C01. 7, P. 11
MHESS MAK1NG............. Col. 5. P. 11
DIVIDEND N0T1CE5........ ..Col. 2, P, 12
EDUCAT10NAL..'...... ........:... .C01. 6, P. 11
EMPLOYMENT 0FF1CE8. .......... Col. 2. P. 11
EMPLOYMENT WANTED—MALE. . Col. 6, P. 10
EMPLOYMENT WANTED— FemaIe. .Col. 8, P. 10
FEMALE HELP WANTED.......... C 01. 1, P. 11
F1NANC1AL. ...................... .C01. 1, P. 12
FLATS TO LET..........,.;....... Col. 3, P. 11
" - " \u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 " M ....... Col. 4. P. 11
FLATS TO LET— FURNISHED...... CoI. 4. P. 11
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS..... .CoI. 4, P. 11
' " '" :'/i -- . .....;...... ,Col. 5, P. 11
FURNITURE FOE 5ALE........... Col. 4, P. 11
FURNITURE WANTED ............ Col. 4, P. 11
FREIGHT FOEWAEDESG.. ....Col. 4, P. II
GLASS W0EK5.....................C01. 5, P. 11
WORSES. WAGONS AND HARNESS. Col. 5. P. 11
H0TEL5. ... . . . 1 .. . . ... ..... ..... . . .Col. 3, P. 11
HOUSES TO LET— FURNISHED.... CoI. 4, P. 11
HOUSES TO LET— Unfuxniahed; . . . . Col. 4, P. 11
HOUSES TO LET— Berkeley......... Col; 4, P. 11
1NVE5TMENT5:......^.. ...... ....C0L 1, P. 12
LEGAL NOTICES.. ...........Col. 2, P. 12
LOST AND F0UND. . . . ...... ... . . . .C01. 6, P. 10
LODGING HOUSESFOE 'SALE... "...CoL 8, P. 11
MALE HELP WANTED . . ...... CoL 6, P. 10
1 " " " .........Col. 7, P. 10
" " " ........ ".COL/ 1, P. 11
MATRIMONIAL.... ...CoL 7, P. II
ED1CAL.......... ......:.... .Col. 7, P. 11
MATERNITY H0ME5.............: Col. 7, P. 12
MEETINGS-i-LODGES. .' Col. 6, P. 10
MEETINGS— LEGAL. Col. 6, P. 10
MINES AND MINING.... '.*. ...Col. 1, P. 12
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ...CoL 5, P. 11
MONEY TO L0AN....... .....CoL 1, P. 12
MONEY WANTED. ...CoL 1, P. 12
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.. ;....... CoL 6, P. 11
NOTARY PU8L1C. ...;............. CoL 8, P. 11
OAKLAND HOUSE K'P'G. EOOMS.. CoI. 2, P. 11
.'ALM15TEY.'. ....... . . . : . .... ..... Col. 1, P. 12
PATENT ATTORNEYS.... Col. 7, P. 11
PHY51C1AN5.'.....:.."..'.:.. ....... .C0L 7, P. 11
POPULAE REMEDIES .C*L 7. P. 11
HEAL ESTATE— CITY:.... '.:... '.Col. 2, P. 12
REAL ESTATE— COUNTET......... CoI. 2, P. 12
•' " - " ....Col. 3, P. 12
EEAL ESTAT_-^0AKXAND.........C01.3, P. 12
REAL ESTATE-r-TO EXCHANGE... CoI. 3, P. 12
EOOMS AND BOARD OFF_EED....CoL 3, P. 11
ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED. . .Col. 2. P. 11
BOOMS "AND BOARD— Berkeley..... Col. 2. P. 11
ROOMS TO LET— FUB.-UNFUR.....COI. 2, P. 11
BOOMS TO LET— HOUSE KEEPING. CoI. 2. P. 11
SALESMEN & SOLICITORS WNTED.CoI. 2, P. 11
5AN1TAR1UM5. ......... ...........C01. 7. P. 11
STORAGE AND MOVING VANS. . . . . Col. 4, P. 11
5P1R1TUAL15M.....:. ...... ........C0L 7, P. 11
SEWING MACH1NE5. ...... ...... ..C0L 4. P. 11
TITLES RE5T0RED.. ...:.......... Col. 7, P. 11
TRUSSES. ....... U. . . ; ............ .C0L 7, P. 11
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES... CoL 8, P. 11
UNPAID WAGES COLLECTED...;.. CoI. 1, P. 11
way - and Vallejo street. Incineration I. O
.O. ,F. cemetery. .
EEITEK— In this : city, March 26. 1910 Katn-
. erlne, , dearly beloved . wife of I Charles * Relter
loving mother , of " Mabel Furtado and Elaine
Knudsen, and sister of , Mrs. H. Seidenberz
of Oakland and Mrs. I R. Seidenberg of Ala-
; meda, - a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged
: 55 years. >. .. \u25a0 <\u25a0\u25a0 .-. \u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0..:
\u25a0 v Friends and ". acquaintances are respectfully
-\u25a0 inTlted -to attend the funeral today (Mon-
\u25a0 day), March 28, at 2p. m., from the par-
lors of J. J. Crowly &. Co., 692 Valencia
street between Seventeenth and Eighteenth.
Cypress Lawn cemetery. •
KIV S K^T In this city ' Mar c° 26. 1010, Rich-
ard, beloved husband of the late. Mary Rivers
devoted father of Richard Rivers, son of the
late Richard and Sarah E. Rivers, and brother
of Alden, Alfred and Frank Rivers, Mrs. L.
Redden and Mrs. Sophie Fraser, a native of
California, aged 40 . years 3 months and 28
C days."-:, -..','\u25a0::\u25a0 .\u25a0 \u25a0'. - \u25a0 , /..
* -Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tues*-
day), at 11 a. m.. from the parlors of Suhr
.&; Wieboldt,, 1385^Valencia street, near Twen-
ty-fifth. Interment ; Cypreas Lawn cemetery,
. by special car on 11 :30 a.m. Southern Pa-
;crnc train f from Twenty-flf th and Valencia
streets. ; .
EYAN— In this city, March 26, 1910, Mary,
dearly beloved .wife of the late Daniel Ryan,
• and beloved mother, of Thomas -F., Daniel A.
Elizabeth C, Margaret' R.. James A., Mary
Theresa and . Ignatius J. - Ryan, a native of
< County - Cork, ; Ireland. - ,
Friends \u25a0. and \u25a0 acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to - attend - the i funeral tomorrow (Tues-
- day), March 29. at 9:45 a., m., from her. late
residence, 2400 Bnsh street near Pierce, thence
to St. Dominic's church, where a solemn re-
quiem high, mass will dc celebrated for there-
.. pose v of her . soul, . commencing at 10 o'clock
"..- a." m. .. Interment Holy Cross cemetery."-^
BTXTBBS— In Berkeley, ' Cal.'. . March - 26, 1910
I Beulah,** beloTed I daughter of J. O. and Mary
Stnbbs, and sister of Donald and Helen Stubbs
\u25a0 Mary Stubbs Gibbons and Edith Stubbs Parker
\u25a0\u25a0 V a native of San Francisco, \ CaL, aged 28 Teari
10 months and 10 days. ", . ,:....-
WICEEBSHEIMEB— Entered Into rest, in this
city, March 26, ' 1910, at his late residence,
2260 Bryant street. 'August, dearly beloved
husband of Catherine Wickersheimer, : devoted
father . of August \ Jr.. ; ; Ernest, Emily and the
late Ly^ia Wickersheimer, and ;; grandfather
;of Ernest Wickersheimer,. a native of Balbrom,
Alsace, ' aged 52 years \u25a0 7 months and 22 days
A "-•\u25a0 member : ; of ; Society Alsace-Lorraine; San
Francisco lodge No. i; Od. .H. \u25a0 S. ; \u25a0 Brewery
'Workers'. Union Local No. 7.and of the Gam-
" brinus . Unterstutzungs 'Gesellsehaf t. k*
'\u25a0\u25a0', ; Friends \u25a0 and ; acquaintances ' are - respectfully
- invited to attend the funeral I tomorrow : (Tues-
day). March 29, at , 2 8 p, \u25a0 m., from \ the nar-
Jors of Suhr. & Wleboldt. 1383. Valencia street
-- near : \u25a0 Twenty-flf th. f Interment • Mount Olivet
v cemetery,' by carriage. ";. -'.- , . • .
; SOCIETY ALSACE-LORRAINE— The ofacers
-i •: and \u25a0 members -\u25a0 are - hereby notified -to assemble
; at the: parlors of Suhr &• Wleboldt. , 1355 Va-
lencia -*\u0084 street \ near , Twenty-flf th. tomorrow
(Tuesday) .'. at 2p. m., to attend the funeral of
• our late brother, "August Wickersheimer Bt
.order • LOUIS . METTER. President
* GEORGE MARTIN, "Secretary. % -.- . l " \u25a0
ZIMMERMANN— In Tracy, Cal., March 26. 1910
: v Lois • Zimmermann,'? beloved \u25a0' daughter jof WII-
'•"..' Ham :'\u25a0 M. \u25a0: and -Winifred Zimmermann 'of Coal-
- inga, : ; Cat; J sister "of -\u25a0 Catherine W. • Ztm-
•-• mermann; .and . granddaughter . of Mr." and Mrs
/ G." H.iPorterfleldof :Elmhurst,. Cal., 1 a native
•of California,: aged; 4 years l*month and 8
' -.; days.;' . i. ; " '\u25a0 i .^-'- : .-' : ; - . -\u25a0 J \u25a0 \u25a0 .. =\u25a0 \u25a0 : -
I WDEPEHDENT OF THE TRUST
FOR
Seventy-Five Dollars,
I WILT, FURNISH
HEARSE; TWO iWRRJAGES^ EMBALMINB
IIiDIMIICLOTHICOVEREOIISKET
; S ;GODEAU
S% Main ofneea— 2l23 Bush . at.. West \u25a0 2699, an 4
1306 Franklin it. nr. 17ti. Oakland, phone Oak*
iamj;4o4s.'«---v-;:.;;;.( ; n i-;v-'-i -;v-'-. \u25a0/-\u25a0: (;\v-r % ,"-
I • Branch«--«» \u25a0 Montgomery ; vr.ito^ Teiaiß.^ 32ML
i»s andf SB7 3 Sontn | Flfnero« : rt., j Lo« Aniek*,^
1 -.\u25a0".-\u25a0\u25a0; __t» Aabttiuct aia Bmiigmtm Blmfi%
';' ' ;';' V ld MEiETiy G S^— Lodge*
OCCIDENTAL lodge No. 22, F. _A. M. A
- THIS . (MONDAY) EVENING at 7:3C_/Vr
o'clock. Second degree. By order of the itjJC
Master. /V\
- '; .WALTER G.. ANDERSON. Secretary.
RICHMOND lodge. No., 375, F. &,A. M-. _k
,s Ist- av. and Clement St.— THIS t-MON--jftt—
DAY) EVENING at 7:30. Third de-/V>T
;gree. H. FOURXESS, Sec. ' ~ *'
KING SOLOMON'S 'lodge -No. 2»50, F. & _.-
A; -M., '1739 Fillmore st.— Third De- J_
crpe THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at ~}Zjt
7:30 o'clock. HARRY BAEHR, Sec. *^^N
KNIGHTS OF- PYTHIAS, attention!— 4>
All \u25a0 brother . Knights are cordially
invited to be prpsent at the rprt'p- jSLtMT
tion to be tendered GRAXD CHAN -^3_ft?%
OELLOK E. C. HAUT, MONDAY **iTE_^P
J EVENING. March 2<«. 1910; \u25a0at S
o'clock, at Mission Masonic hall. 26SS Mission
Bt.. San Franclacn. % THE COMMITTKK.
RIGGERS" and Stevedores' union — Mem- J,
bers, attention: Special advertised meet- _?%
ing MOXDAY EVENING. March 2<*. JTm
iftlO, .8 o'clock, Brewery Workers' h:.l!. 'ttfJ
By or.l«>r R. M.DOYLE. Prrs.
; JOHN H. DOLAN, Rec. & Cor. Sec. *-2*
GOOD TEMPLARS. San Francisco lodgr Xo. Xi.
class lntiation' THlS. (MONDAY) EVENING,
March 28, 925 Golden Gate ay.
. R. INGRAM. C. T.
H. G. UREX, Sec.
MEETINGS— LegaI
AXXUAC MEETING
The Rlsdon Iron and Locomotive Works.
The annual meeting of the stock holders of the
Rlsdon Iron- and Locomotive Works for the
election of trustees for the ensuing year and
the transaction of • such other business as may
be brought before the meeting will be held at
the office.o f the company. 503 Market st..
room. 401, San Francisco, on Monday, the 4th
day of April. 1910. at 11 o'clock a. m.
HARRY D. ROfiKRS. Secretsrr.
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING — Advertise lti!
here. It will be returned to yon If an honest
person finds it. ) Remarkable recoveries are |
brought about every day through this column.
IF YOU FIXD ANYTHIXG BRIXG IT
to the
San Krancheo Call ;!
. .. ' Lost and Found Bureau
i Third and Market Streets ;
Get a claim check. Have it advertised.
Reclaim it if the owner does not.
THE LAW— People who find lost articles
are Interested in knowing that the state law
is strict in requiring them to seek the own-
ers . through advertisements and otherwise,
and that failure to do so, if proof can be
shown, involves a severe penalty.
SMALL, brown hand satchel, on arrival of
transport Thomas March 16, containing toilet
and other articles; $25 reward if returned to
Grand Hotel.
LOST— Mink fur In Unique theater. Market st..
Friday. 5:30 p. m. No questions asked. Re-
ward $10. MRS. J. YAKEL. Hotel Arlington.
LOST — Thursday, lady's solitaire diamond ring,
in shopping district; reward. Return to cashier,
. McXear — Wayman. 405 Sansome at.
2 BOOKS of music and music stand. Please re-
tnrn to 201 3d st. and receive reward. .
LOST— Lady's silver purse. Sat. eve. March 26.
Please return to 462 Scott st.. receive reward.
LOST— Half grown Maltese cat; white breast
and paws. I 3140 California St.; reward.
EMPLOYMENT WASTED— MaIe
A— GERMAX wishes position as Janitor or por-
/ ter; good reference. Box 3555. Call office.
BUTLER or visiting valet; Swiss; hotel, club or
private; first class references. Call or ad-
dresa FLORSHMAX. 553 Mission a«
CHAUFFEUR wishes position in private family;
6 years', experience; best of reference. Box
4907, Call office. -.
EXPERIENCED watchman or fireman, familiar
with oil burners, wants position; city or coun-
try. Box 3551. Call offlce.
ENGLISH butler wants position in family, city
or country; best of references. 80x" 4921. Call
office. 1651 Fillmore st.
EXPERIENCED hardware salesman wishes po-
sition. -Home phone JIS43. " .
FIRST RATE English valet (24). tall, refined,
smart appearance; speaks French and German;
abstainer from alcohol, tobacco; deslrea" a
place . with bachelor gentleman; willing to
\u25a0 go anywhere. Box 3556. Call office.
FIRST CLASS Japanese lanndryman wants a po-
sition in private family, city or country; good
references. FRANK, 517 Grant ar. Tel. Sut-
ter 98. /
FIRST CLASS-Japanese cook wants position; has
\u25a0 best references; city or country. Address
HARRY. 425 Presidio aT.
GENTLEMAN desires a position as secretary or
confidential agent to any one of means or bust-
ness connections requiring same, and where
loyal services and strict integrity would be
.- demanded and appreciated; advertiser is single,
of good address and appearance, competent and
willing, if necessary, to travel, or to fulfill
an/ confidential duties required. Address box
3565, Call offic*. - ...
GERMAN" man and wife; wife first class cook
and' also baker; man steward, gardener, good
golfer, mixer, waiter, etc.; clubhouse or insti-
tution; best reference?. J. BRADX. 1249
" Uolden Gate ay.
GARDEXER and choreman, reliable, experienced
in all branches, nnder glass and outdoors*,
wishes position; references. Box 4155, Call
office, Oakland.
MIDDLE AGED gentleman, steady, sober, edu-
cated, desires position as night clerk in smalt
hotel, apartment or rooming house ; salary not
as much -object as steady position. Box 4910,
Call office. .. _^
PLUMBER, licensed, wants work; owner to fur-
nish material; will do labor, day or contract;
good reference as to integrity and workman-
ship. Box 3542. Call office.
POSITIOX as night or day watchman wanted
by a strong, sober, honest and willing man;
handy with all kinds of tools: ready to go to
work at any time. Apply PETER PAITAXO.
care of E. H. Humbert, 932 Pacific ay. near"
Mason at. . .
PAIXTER and paper, banker wants work from
owner; has tools. Painter, 2520 16th St.;
phone Market 4501. -
POSITION wanted by man and wife;- city or
country; man all around fanner, bandy with
tools,' horses, cows, • chickens ; • wife cook ; first
class references. Box 3521, Call offlce.
STRICTLY sober man wishes position on private
place." care of horses, plain garden, etc. ; good
. references. Box 4797, Call office.
STEXOGUAPHER. 25, experienced, rapid, ac-
curate, ambitious; good references; will leave
el ty. . Box 3518. Call . office.
THE GEO. T. MURTOX AUDIT CO. keeps books
by monthly contract. 502 Jewelers* building.
, Kearny 1007. .
WANTED— Situation in wholesale or retail jew-
elry house by Al man on watches: can bring
to time in all positions necessary for rail-
roaders; also position by young man expert in
hard ! soldering and repairing cases. Address
MR. IL M. TAYLOR. 526 Dueber ay., Can-
J ton, O; . \u25a0 \u25a0 k
WANTED — Man and wife; wife fine and econom-
' ; ical , cook, neat house keeper; man,' \u25a0 work in
or out of house, attend to fine horses, cows,
chickens; gardener,- handy with tools, do any-
thing: all round, reliable, responsible couple.
' Box 3619. ; Call office.
WANTED — Position \u25a0, by intelligent yonng man
with perfect . knowledge of the French and
German languages; can famish bond. Address
box 4943. Call office, 1651 Fillmore st.
YOUNG man (Scotchman) wishes Job as typist,
book keeper or 'work in store. Worker, box
SSS9. - -. - ' -\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0".•-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0
YOUNG man. 25 years of age. desires position
with -first class concern as salesman, clerk or
collector; best of • references: hard ' worker; j 7
. : years* business experience. . Box 3566. Call.
YOUNG ' man, • playing violin and piano, also
good singer, would like position; can furnish
own . music. Box 3562. : Call offlce. .
WANTED— FtmaIf
COMPETENT young lady wishes situation to do
general office work; has had several years' ex-
perience in newspaper offlce; employed at pres-
e nt, but wishes to obtain a position with more
.-chance of advancement. Address box 3206. Call.
COOK.' young woman.' best. of references.' wants
to cook In a large family where help Is kept;
does not object to work; not under $50 month.
• Box 3574. Call office.' ,:
CAPABLE I woman as . house good cook.
baker and nurse ;\u25a0 good 'references :wtgea $15;
no washing. : Apply at 3622 20th St.. first
.- house. ln rear. "Monday afternoon. - ..\u25a0"»
DRESS MAKER, ladles' tailor," elegant designer
- and fitter of robes, fibres engagements by the
: day; by letter. .426 15th ay.. Richmond.
SITUATION . : wanted ". by a . competent t young
• woman; Is an experienced waitress: wages rea-
\u25a0 : sonable: " across the bay preferred; has good
"city references, r Box 322. Call office.* * '
THE GEO. T. MURTON AUDIT CO. keeps books
\u25a0by -monthly contract 502 Jewelers*, building.
-^Kearny 1007. ' ; _ '_ ; : __^_; ;\u25a0; ;. *
'' WASTED TO" LEARN' TRADE'
WAXTED— Your, work .pays the expense to learn
*a trade that pays $5 day in few months' time;
.i< electricity, automobiles, plumbing, brick laying;
i: actual 'contract jobs; 200 students last year.
.: >•' United Trade \u25a0 School Contract C 0... 1(23 Mrfct.
I -' '_ 1 1 r. JftA j^ ? j t ? KLIP : TVA^ VTE;]r *^ ;
LABORERS and mechanics to know that Edward
r • Bolkin " has reduced ; the \u25a0 rooms at the Denver
Jiouse, 3d and Howard sts.. to 35c per, day; $2
\u25a0 week;. hot and cold water in every room. •?-,'.;
• WANTED—^6OO men! to occopy, rooms, -20c to 30c
l v: per; night (free bath) rat the NEW XOES. 753
Howard at. betweea 3d tad 4t_» ' '
MAIiE HEI.P \V - A>'TEl> r^C«*ni!sssJL,
MURRAY _ READY.
LEADING EMPLOYMENT AGENT 3. . ;
» : . White Palace Hotel Building. 1
lltb and Market st 3.. San Franciscfy^ *
Phones: Market KKi-637. Home JIS4U v. ,
BRANCH OFFICES: _
' 7th and Broadway, opposite S. P- Depo*.
Oakland. \u0084-.«
Phone* : Oakland 73H1. Home A 5743.
2d and II sts.. Sacramento.
\u25a0 2d and Main «t«. and 12S Marcbesault st.
Los Anseles.
Latin office. 528 Jacksoa st., San Francises
\u0084 " 4*
— — \
FREE FARE. _
NORTH— EAST— SOUTH _
For t.730 meu for all classes of R. K. T '°" c *
machine at:d hand .lrtlto"*. rortemPß, *""^'-
m.a. laborers and teamster, trackmen, 9 P I «"
utrapiwr*. steel ami tmllast c.ia^s. •' I « r P eu ."'":
carpenters' helpers, bUtksuiil'as, tool snari*-
eat-rs, etc.; wa?&* $f*> to $tiO.
FREE FAP.E.
KLAMATII FALLS. OREGON.
300 teaiiisfrrs and laborers, trackmen, etc.
FREE FAKE— SHIP TODAY
TO THE BIG TUNNELS.
\u25a0-\u0084 ;:- :i- \u25a0 CALOIt. OREGON.
300 muckers, drillers, tuunclmen. " w^* me ";
. h«Tmmeraioii, - concrete men, laborers; »t>o io>
$90.
FREE FARE— SHIP TODAY
SESKITOC AND SIIA.STA.
ALL FREE FARE.
FREE FARE.
250 teamsters, laborers, drilrers. rc«Kmea.
tnnneliarn. muikcrs, header and corner men,
$C 0 to $1(15.
COLFAX— APPLfGATE— LANDER r
BOWMAX— AUBURN— TRUCKEE DISTRICTS
TUNXELME>T " MINERS.
NEAR CITY. ' •
10 tunnelmen and drillers, 12.75. J2.50 oay.
board in city. v
help. x
PL.XSTEREICS. CARPENTERS.
MACHINISTS. BLACKSMITHS.
5 plasterers for a his Job. country. $3 day.
5 more bridge carpenters for a power com-
pany, $<M.
2 machinists, mining company, $T.,23 day.
Blacksmith, country shop. }2 day and fa. •
Painter, country hotel. $45 and fd.: far» paid.
Stone cutter, power company, north. $3 day.* '
2 cutoff men. country factory. $4 day. \u0084W
2 brick layers, near city. ?5 day.
Powder man. 73c fare, $73.
FREE FARE. FREE FACE.
MEXDOCIXO— HUMBOLDT
COUXTIES. - '- '\u25a0\u25a0'-. \
MILLS— YARDS— WOODS \ 1 '
50 laborers, no experience reqnired, t9 wovS
in the mills, yards anil wood* for th» btfC
lumber cos., $30 to $43 fd. ALL FKES FAKE,
LABORERS' WORK IN CITY.
EIGHT HOURS.
15 laborers, city work. $2 and $2.23 day.
LABORER:*— PART FARE PAID.
STEADY WORK FOR A POWER CO.
23 laborers, no experience required, to work
around quarry, crusher, tunnels, dam ami
buildings for a big electric light and power
co.; $67.50 to start and Increase; long Job; in-.
quire about this today.
TEAM3TERS.
25 teamsters who can drive 2 and 4 wagon and
scraper teams, country. $2 and $2.25 dar-
LABORERS FOR SETTING OUT AND
' . PLANTING TREES.
10 laborers, no experience required. $37.50 and
found. • .
217 laborers for all classes of work, concrete,
shovelinic. etc.. country. $2 to $2.75 day.
FARMS, ORCHARDS. VINEYARDS.
DAIRIES. ETC
23 milkers for Napa. Sonoma. Mann, Yolo,
Han Lais Oblgpo, Mailera and other counties,
$33 to $40 and found.
5 teamsters, bis ranch, south. $40 and found.
43 teamsters, farmers, orchard and Tineyanl
hands, from $1 to $4 fare,. s3o to $40 and fd.
9 choremen. $25 and $30 and found.
3 flower and vegetable gardeners. $30 and $33
and found. . '
MARRIED HELP.
1 Teamstrr,. and wife to cook. 50c fare. $30 and!
found; 8 married farmers. $52 and house, bos*
here; 4 farmers and wives, other places, $40
to $60 and found; choreman and wife, Cfli lckea
ranch, boss here, $30 and noose.
SPECIAL.
FREE FARE— FREE TARE
STEAM SHOVEL ENGINEERS,
CRANEMEN. 5
2 steam shovel engineers. $130 and found.
2 cranemen. $90 and found.
FREE FARE— SHIP TODAY
LABORERS — FACTORY
10 laborers, no experience required, f tctotTi
near city, steady work.
FREE FARE.
EDGERMEN.
2 edgermen, bis lnmber company. $50 and fd.
FREE FARE.
HOTELS AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS.
Second cook, etty. $30 and found.
3 hotel cooks, conntry, $40 and $30 and found. .
4 camp and ranch cooks. $35 and $40 and fd.
. 3 - laundrymen. shirt polishers and finisher*. .
$4 day.
Camp waiters and dish washer?. $30 and foond.
Walters, country hotel. $30 and found. '
Night clerk. $30 and room.
; Egg candler, city. $15 week.
Two porters, conntry hotels, $30.
6 dish washers and kitchen hands, $30 to $40
and found.^ v , \u25a0
FOREIGN LABORERS _^
ITALIANS— AUSTRIANS. ,«^
SPANIARDS— MEXICANS. '
POLES— RUSSIANS.
SLAVONHNSi— PORTUGUESE.
GREEKS. .
500 foreisn laborers for all classes of work;
wages $2 tn $2.75 per day.
- LOT 3 OK THEM FRER FAR-
COME AND SEE
SPECIAL NOTICE
German. Scandinavian. French. Italian. Rus-
sian. Slavonian, Spanish and Greek spoken
at this offlce.
Call and see our bulletin boardv» Work coming
by phone, telegram and mall all day long.
MURRAY & READY.
Hth and Market »«., San Francisco.
7th and Broadway, Oakland.
*Jd and U sts.. Sacramento.
~*
1 STEAM SHOVEL ENGIXKERS
STEAM SHOVEL CRAXESMEX
4 steam shovel engineers and 4 crane*men to>
go to work for Messrs. Erickson & Peterson,
on Rocklin and Colfax cutoff; free fare.
WAGES:
Atlantic shovel. $150 per month and board.
Victor shovel, CO to 70, $130 per month and
board.
Marlon shovel, 20 or 40, $125 per month and
board.
Also a bonus of $50 after 6 months' work.
CRANESMEX'S WAGES:
$90 per month and board; $60 bones after 4
working § months. • >y
FREE FARE *'
' Apply ERICKSON _ PETERSON.
Bowman, Cal..
Or MURRAY & READY.
11th and Market sts.. San Francisco
SALESMAN — A house importing the highest
cla-s of fancy groceries and having a largQ
business on the coast, wants a live, experi-
enced salesman, one who knows the line and
who has a large and productive acquaintance
with the best retail grocery trade.
We want a man who is both a first class
salesman and a level headed businessman;
straight salary and expenses; give fall par-
ticulars: all letters confidentiaL Address "Im-
portera." box 3544. care of The Call. '
Al SALESMAN WANTED
Well acquainted with millinery line, to nandl*
side line of ostrich plumes; to one such high
commissions will be paid; no attention to com-
munications not stating references, security for
samples, etc. B. COHEN, 51 Bond St.. Net
York. N. Y.
ANDRE'S. 1044 Larkia st— Assistant coo_f **_T .
$50: machine dish washers. $30. $33, f oca*- *
busboys, hotels and cafes. $30, $34, $40. fonnd;
washer, $40; cook and wife, country place, $60;
'cooks, kitchen help, porters, etc.; kltchea
hand, resort. $30.
WE want a few livp, responsible men and women
as deputies for Fraternal Order Mountaineer*
- in cities and. towns around the bay: we have W
the best proposition on the coast. Call or ad- ™
dress F. O. M., room 52, Bacon block. Oak-
land. CaL
WANTED — Men and women to learn the barber
trade; special rates on ' now; branches in all
the principal cities. United States and Canada;
we guarantee to teach yon the trade. Mole?
College 234 3d St. '
50 MEN for Montana; 'work for yourself on on« .
of chose free government homesteads; few
hundred dollars required. For. full particulars
> address KRAHSHECK. 1235 O'Farrell st
WANTED— BRIGHT YOUNG MAX. under* 23.
to start In office; good opportunities for ad-
' vancement: local references essential: give
- them in application. . Box 3327. Call ofSce.
WANTED— BOOK KF.EPER; mnat be accurate
\u25a0 and rapid: city references required: srrve same
1 in application; age limit 30; salary $75: chance
for advancement. Answer box 353*. Call office.
WANTED— Yonns man to do billing and p-icklu^
of dry g"<*t9 la i»hipplnc department Apply
in own . handwritinsj. statin* age. refprt»ncea
-' and ' salary expected. ., Box 33?3, Call office.
CITY collector and so!e a^ent (German pre-
ferred), at once: $23 to $ SO. weekly earnings;
$3W> to $Co»> cash required: bonds not accepted.
Send ag« ami bostnes.-* before, box 3391. CalL
MEN AND WOMEN to learn the barber trada
absolutely free; no limit to time. Write or
i call for -particulars, THE S. B". BARBER
COLLEGE. 700 Howard at. \
I WANTED — Several bright, ambitions youns tnea
•for railroad work; salary $73; transportation
furnished: apply quickly. Superintendent, room
• 10. 62T J st.. Sacramento.
• SEVERAL good stock salesmen for manafar*
tnrlnsr enterprise: salary '$20 week andir*_r «
. mission; references rMiuircd." Box 3590. . cWu
FIRST CLASS power machine driller at once A"
.11. W. XORMAX & SON, 833 San Pablo «t %
\ : Oakland, or \u25a0 7v" .Sycamore. Sunday after 9:30.
WANTED — Retired noncommissioned officer or
i WM C fSwel^ ? " "eward.Poat Exchange.
Cvatiuued ou Kezt Faso

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