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AUTOMOBILES nzm * AUTOMOBILES. "Nothing Fucepefis like success." Since moving • into our new salesrooms «ur . business has niure than doubled and we «r» again boilrriag for more ears and MUST HAVE them t» Ktrpply our ever increasing demand. BRING «»N TOUB CARS AND GET A CHECK. WE l«y rasa. V.vtia ! hough our tnlrs for Ihf week broke th« rr»<w.l. we si ill have the birpest f.nd classiest lino of I»rPKXDABLE AUTOMOBILES in the »"ctt i'J price* tbat t«-mpt *>vpd th< 1 tight wads. CANNING & VINTON AUTO CO.. 453 Goltfeu Gate ay. \u25a0 ; EE \\ AUTOMOBILE BARGAINS. •O» Thotr.as. TO horsepower, pony toaucau. '"7 Koyal Tourist. 7 pa#s. touring. '07 Peerless, in good rendition. \u25a0y.» Mitchell; « y;mp: in fine ordnr. H. O. HARRISON COMPANY. 540 Vcn Nes* ay. near Goldea Gat*. ton tale — Price $SOO and upward; several *03 i<ad '07 White touring cers. taken in trade for '<*. cars zn& thoroughly overhauled by our &.ccii2nK£ lrom our factory. WJN.TON AUTOMOBILE BRANCH. 6<X) Van Ness avenue. Bsa Francisco. '07 B.AMELTK. J-.:st overhauXl. in first class cradltloa, s*^oo; 1 National electric Trltb oxide »>atierie*. in Cm class shape, will trade for diamonds or res! estate. A. C. HULL. 192 , 32?b H.. Oakland. EXCHANGE for a;itn — 20 acre ranch, fine for \u2666•h'cten?; cUmo to large town; value $r.0o: runa- bo"! or tnuriug cir of e<ical value. Box 4507, Call office. Oak'.apd. 40 ACRKS of land, worth T2Q an aero, to t— <1c for auto; prefer White Steamer. Box 4305, Can of:W. Oakland. IF vo;i want a busmte s»<e this 2 cyl. 2 pas?, runnlout for $150: fin* for light delivery. AUTO PARTS EXCHAXOE. SS* I*rkin st. RUNABOUT in Erst class condition, very speedy; roust be sold; $250. Apply 1^35 Webster St., Alsmfija. KELIAf.LE Auto Brokerage Co.. dealer* In new «nd fclisrhtly used sutos. El 3 Golden Gate ay. .' ELECTRIC runabout like now at half price; make an offer: Box 4.2i.*~>. Call office.. Oakland. PAC. AlumlDua Hreiin* Works can braze yoar broken alam. castings. 430 Van Ness; Pk. 512 a CRAWFORD AUTOMOBILE. $1,500: NEW. WESTERN HORSE MKT.. Valencia at 14th. HORSES. HARNESS AXD WACOXS \u25a0 CITY and couatry horses, camping outfits, single end double rig*; <'b<*Bf>: niimbr of barvest bnrt^s. 1507 San Tablo ar.. nr. 30th St.. Oakl'd. WAGON for sale, nearly new. suitable for laun- dry, bakery, dyoing snd cleaning, etc. Ad- dress A. C. B . 21."2 Kleke st.. RrrkPley. I.' IiKAI) horse*, mares, wagons, narnees. by a contracting outfit: no rea*. offer refused. 11 Kislicg et. off 11th b«-t. Howard and Foltom. ALL kirdy tif hon»Pi>, ponies, wagons. biisgi<»s and h:irnes>- «t. yota- own prii-p. 6">7 4th PL. Oakld. VmoDLAWN Stables. 617-33 Urove St.; horses tI.'JT, day; iio!-«.«><i & w»c. <a wk.: bdg. $20 mo. SELLING out all kinds. of new and 6econd hand vehicles and barnes?. 375 Valencia st. STADLESJTO LET MII.X depot, comented; 2 stables. 6 stalls each; larce jard; rrnt ifasonabl*: Ko<la works. «v)n- tnctors, faaisters. eto. 4§ Sharon *t., 15th aivl M:<r^Pt. PA STJURAGE I^XCELLEST pasture: abundant feed; water; . *hadp; horses S2. cfitUe $1 month. Cascade Unn-"ii. i'lovrrdjile. IMTED GIASS WORKS. Ibc^ H. R. HOPPS, President. . A! I. KINDS OF ART. LEADED AND MOSAIC OT.ASS. TIT, Tri!K. PHONE FRANKLIN 1763. • — - o - BJT^ J«\G_JVVORK^ BROKEN parts hrazfd. Osklan<l Braiing Work*. 7."i4 Franklin st.. Oakland. Phone A 5953. __BUSIXE«;s_CIIAACES^ «;EO. A. HKRRICK. K>os MARKET ST. INVESTMENT KROKER: ESTAB. 3<? YEARS. REFERENCES. THE WESTERN NAT. RANK. DEPARTMENTS: i RENTALS. INSURANCE. EXCHANGES. • . STOCKS AND BONDS. BUSINESS OPPORTtNITIES. IHiTELS AND ROOMING HOUSES, ANI> HIGH CLASS INVESTMENTS. ALSO MORTGAGE ANI» LOAN DEPARTMENT. NOTICE — If yon wish to locate in San j Frsnoisco, in a business of any nature or *-har»ct*>r, srnd have emniph cash to make a rf asonable showing, I will help you get started, as I bare plenty tit cash to assin those that look good to me. SALOONS — I have all of the available sa- loons that will stand Investigation In San Kranrin-o. I am the mirtdle roan for all of the LEADING BREWERS AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR, HOUSES. I can assist you in getting located where others are unable to do so. I HAVE SEVERAL GOOD PAYING SA- LOONS in best locations, ranging in price from Sl.OOO to $10,000. all with food leases and reasonable rent. Call et my offices acd let me Fhow you. LOOK— T havo <ue-half Interest in good paying Market street saloon: party wantß partner with $2,000 that is willing to come in und work with liiui. This is a good oppor- tnnity for nny one, whether he is a Ealoon- taan cr not; jou can soon W.ra the business. ALSO one-half lst»re<;t In rplepdid ea'ioon Jnrt north cf heart cf Market St.. for $1,500; the other man is a worker and works his trick behind the bar. ONE GOOD SALOON on Market *trert. with n aew 10 years' lease; near my of flees ; opens 03 two streets; rent only $75 a month now, win be more later, but slwsyn a good come-- ba«-k from subletting; prk-e ?S,OCK> cash if *o2d tliis week. SITT /"iTI 1,11 I have two rrnsll blocks of stnrfc In two different ground floor proportions in tbe heart , al the Midway f«r Fale. I can guarantee this Ftock to be the lios-t ground floor investment that I have ever had in the office. I sold stock in this -6aujc neighborhood, one section north, near M&ricopa. the 11th of January for 2.V a «.bare. worth now $20 a share, and I consider this i* good a prospect as the other was at tb&t time. Sec me personally regarding this. GROCERY stores with living rooms; one'ln tte Mission: Trill sell at invoice: in fa<-t I can place yon at any price cj\ location ;cu wish; come in and get ocr list. I CANDY AND CONFECTIONERY, next to theater; doing a fine business; cheap rent: this la a rare chance In this business; price $600. SALOON in the Mission; 3 nio* living rooms; doinj? a nice business: C years' lease; rent $30; f>ee this for a bargain. GROCERY and llqaor store. Sunset district: 2 nice living rooms: rent $30; receipts $30 a day; strictly cash; if you want this call early. ; NOTICE— I have a one-half Interest in a j pood paying laundry that is a bargain. MILLINERY and hair dressing parlor; ten- derloin district: if you want a business where you can make big money, Investigate this. LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE: Mls- »-Kin district; rent $35: 9 years' lease; clearing , $175 a month; price $3,300. CIGAR STANDS: some of tbe best stands in the city; one in office bldg.; price $200. CEO. A. HERBICK. 1005 MARKET ST. GILLIES & CO.. BUSINESS BROKERS. KCB MARKET ST.— Telephone Market 1409. NO CHARGE FOR LISTING A BUSINESS. SALOON stock and fixtures, worth over $3 000, doing $20 daily; rent $65; sublet $44; net rent $21 ; 5 yrar lease and must be sold at once. C^irae and tell v* what it's worth to you. GILLIES & CO.. 1028 Market St., room 22., GROCERY— IS miles from city; "doing $1,200 monthly; stock about $1,500: will Invoice; 1 -h«-sp rent, with lease; or will t-ell property, part cetli and terms. GILLIES & CO., 1028 Market fit., room 22. THE BAY CITIES INVESTMENT CO.. 375 MONADNOCK BLDG. P Phones: Kearny 2920; Home J2OSO \u25a0 Offers to CAREFUL INVESTORS sHTtion of strictly first clans proDOsitiooß in INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS VENTURES; WK SEEK TO MERIT YOUR CONFIDENCE WK PROTECT BOTH BUYER AND SELLER, oud invite listings of fvervtblnK yon wish to tell. «f POSITIVE VALUE. RIGHTLY PRICED? CALX*. ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT. IP WE HAVEN'T IT. WE'IX GET IT FOR YOU 1 THE BAY CITIES INVESTMENT CO 375 MONADNOCK BLDG. ' A SNAP — Business corner, store and flat of 6 rooms and bath. - northeast corner of 22d and Harrison. . Otimt on premises from 9 a. - to, to 4 p. to.; must b« sold; price $5,750. BL T SINESS_CHANCEg--- Continued $9.000 — Warehouse. 6torage, van and express business, including gilt edge, centrally located Htv real estate with a frontage of 130 feet; 2 Ftory galvanized iron warehouse; 2 .story l»arn and 7 room cottage; also wagons, buggy, horses and all necessary tools for conducting the business ; this business has been estab- lished- 15 years and 1r now paying big - divi- dends; reason for selling is retiring from butness. TERMS IF DESIRED. WEXTWORTH & CO., 1503 Grove st. cor. 20th and San I'ablo ay., Oakland. $2,000; 20 yearn established— Hay, grain, wood and coal; also express business; average monthly receipts on coal business. $1,000; average monthly receipts on express, $125. Fully equipped in every detail, Including 4 horses. 5 wagons, stock of hay, grain, wood and co«l. All is included in above price. This is a snap for the right party. WEXT- WORTH & CO.. 1503 Grove St., cor. San I'ablo ay. and 20th St., Oakland. nr> rooms. 23 baths; rent $6.50 per room; mod- ern ami tip to date brick building; private ex- change, elevator, etc.; owner in other busi- n^K; must sell; no reasonable offer refused; n<» triflers. Installment fiends or Rgents need npply: no encumbrance on house; furniture as security for lease; lease C years. Apply 704 Market Et.. room 612. SPLENDID proposition for young man with $330 to join advertiser In very profitable light manufacturing business; big income — laran- twd: fullest investigation invited. 03S Pne- l«n blflg. / FOR sale — 9 rooms, furnished complete; good h'Hise, nice yard: rooms always rented; 1 block fru3i Lake Merritt; good location; we mu^i sell this at once: no reasonable offer re- fused. Call and see this. WEXTWORTH Sc CO.. 1503 Grove st. cor. 20th and San Pablo, Oakland. - -'Vv^-y FOB s^al^ — A third interest in a theatrical busi- ness located at COALINGA, the liveliest little t«.wr. : ihis is a sure money maker for a man ar» to ilate Id that lin»> of business, and Is raised for $1,200. but will sell for $900 cash. Address I*. O. box C6l, Coalings. GROCERY store doing strictly cash business: 3 iirinjj rooms, furnished; rent $16^ invoices $271. including furniture; $300 will buy it This week; see it today. 2606 Peralta ay., rmitvale. WANTED — Energetic man lo invest $2,000 In a prosperous business; Al reference. C. WEIDER, 1021 A Telegraph ar., Oakland; phone Oak- land 7061. iI.c>oo— COFFKES. TKAS, SPICES: S»od store ir.i£e. With 600 steady outside customers; a nroEtahN- hufinos* ami guaranteed bargain, at LUBECK'S. CI7 P3<*:fi.- bldg. BEFORE buying i.-.isiness or nny kiud. - men <r vroiicn see liiis: 110 experience necessary; tLe only <>t ifp kind in San Francisco; a D»r- saln. Why? Si;:! Market st. C»!l roate. s.<kwl growing territory Id best part of r»s!deuce 'libtriot. See owner. 45S 44th st., Ozklaud. before 9 a. t uu, or after 7p. m. Tel. Piedmont 736. ~ COMMERCIAL AUDIT COMPANY, BUSINESS BROKERS. SlJt Metropolis Bank bldg. Phone Sutter 19. FOR sale — A good newspaper route In a good district in this city. Apply to J. R. LEN- HART. Circulation Department. S. F. Call. CLEANING and dye works for sale in Santa Cruz. Address owner, P. O. box 118, Santa Cruz. WANTED — Saloon or hotel and bar in country town, or madhouse. Box 4.100. Call. Oakland. OYSTER house for sale, cheap; good business; only $250. San Jose, Cal.. 42 Post st. MERRY GO ROUND in perfect condition; must sell: will trado. 5." 4th st^. - Oakland. HARNESS phop, cheap: doing fine business; in pood country town. Owner, 2306 Market st. SAIX>ON — East st. corner; cheap. Inquire R. ELLIOTT, with Tlllmann & Bendel. FOR sale— Saloon. SW. cor. 22d and Bryant. R. F. FLEISCHAUER. FOR sale — Grocery and liquor store; reasonable. 3203 Mission st. BOARDING house. Nob Hill district: 14 ele- gantly fum. rooms; clearing over $100 net monthly: income could be incr. easily; price $I.2so.'worth $2,000: owner wishes to ts!:e rest. CLARKE & MAGNUS. B.JO Market St.. rm:ftO7. S2 room corner bouse; centrally located; best of transient trade: always full. Call at 853% Franklin st.. Oakland. ROOMING HOUSE, beautifully furnished; 14 rooms; $JXX) cash. Box 4294. Call. Oakland. . MISSION branch of The Call. MILLER'S, sta- tioner, 3011 ICtb. 6t. REST AU RANTS ; __^ __^ LONDON restaurant. 1927 McAllister st. near Lvon — Chanced hands: first class meals. EDUCATIONAL • A— PAUL GERSON DRAMATIC SCHOOL— Largest training school of acting in America; position secured; 0 months' graduating course; send for catalogue. Van Ness Theater bldg. j HEALD'S ENGINEERING— DAY AND NIGHT; , CIVIL, MINING. ELECTRICAL. ARCHITEC- TURE, ASSAYING. 425 MCALLISTER ST. i ENGINEERING— CiviI, electrical, mining, inech.. survey, assay, cyanide; day, eve.; est. 1564. Van der Nalllen School. 51st and Tel., Oakland. THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES. 2531 Washington st. near Fillmore — Send for cir- cular. SPANISH — Practical meth.; students prepared to travel; com. letters. P. Mlranontes. 1380 Sut- ter. SPANISH. French. Italian taught tn conversa- tion. PROF. HIDALGO, rm. 009. SSO Market st. ECOLE NOUVELLE, School of Languages, moved to 1771 Sutter st. nr. Buchanan. T. West 2427. FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2142 Shattuck ay.. Berkeley. Cal.. next to First national bank. Prof. T. A. Robinson, indlvid. inst. Math.. Book- k?_-epinz, Eng.. etc.; day, eve. 507 Haight st. KENT Law School; nineteenth year. 916 Phelan bnilding and 2028 Green st. MISSION branch of The Call. MILLER'S, sta- tioner. 3011 16th st. School of n^J^s,Tj;^.f'ja£rt^3yj3sins WK GUARANTEE to put you in a way of mak- • ing a living at once: day or evening classes; special inducements for this mouth only. Sign pfiop. 5P.0 Pine Ft. above K^arcy. BUSINESS COLLEGES HEALD'S BUS. COLLEGE— SHORTHAND. TYP- ING. ENG. BRANCHES. 425 MCALLISTER. MERRILL-MILLER COLLEGE. 733 Fillmore St.; a select school of business; day and evening. SAN FRANCISCO Business College, 908 Market \ St. at Eddy; day and evening sessions. ALL court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh Bn«lriW»g Coll-ge. 1256 Market rt. VrS— C<frttflf ( | [rnbllp JOHN R- RUCKSTELL. C. P. A., 306-308 Claus ynrwki-ln (Oil) hnilding: nhone Krurnv 4151. ' MARK LANE. Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds. 149 Montgomery Bt. ; phone Kearny 262*>. TITLES RESTORED Under McEnerncy act, complete, $33. Title Co., »Vi-a Monadnock bolMlnc. 8d and Market yt*. ATTORNEYS ADVICE FREE — No charge unless successful ; all cases; all business quickly and quietly attended to; bankruptcy: McEnerney suits; corporations; copartnerships: probating of estates; "collec- tions; bills of sale; leases; deeds; wills; gen- eral practice. Open every evening. 1028 Mar- ket st.. room 12. AA — ALL cases taken; no delay; no publicity necessary; courteous, square dealing; no charge unless Buccessful: advice free; hours, 9- to 5 and every THURSDAY EVENING; charges mod- erate and right. 1112 MARKET ST., r. 122. ADVICE FREE — Damages, collections, estate, at- tachments, bankruptcy, corporation and all cases. Rms. 601-2, £30 Market St.; open eves. ADVICE FREE — Plain f«cts as to strength of any case: all affairs remedied quick and quiet; no fee in advance. Suite 413. 830 Market st. HARRIS & HESS, attys. at law. W. T. Hess, No»«ry Public. Rooms 110S-14. Call bldg. PATENT ATTORNEYS ' DEWEY. STRONG & CO.— Founded 1860; D. S. and foreign patents; Inventors' guide; 100 me- chanical movements free. 1105 Merchants*. Exchange bldg., San Francisco. HARRY C. SCHROEDER, U. S. and foreign pat- ents. 417 Ist N«tl. Bk.. Oak. Phone Oak. 2754. ...-:..' .DENTISTS i _^_ \.-.-,_^-ls ARTIFICIAL TEETH— "THIS ONE THING I do." Dr. C. E. WILSON. 823 Geary; suite 605. DR. IRA G. LEEK— AII kinds of dental work. 515 Flllmom st.. near Oak. - -' '• -." MEDICAL ATTENTION, Ladies— Dß. LEWIS, 933 Market Bt. bet. sth and 6th," world renowned specialist for women only; no delays or disappointments; relief guaranteed by mort superior painless methods known to medical science; most obsti- nate cases treated; all female complaints and Irregularities treated; have no bestltancy If in need of my services; absolutely harmless; low • fees. By consulting an eminent specialist you - cave time and money. Advice free, -10 a. m. to 4 p. m. and . 6 to .9. p. — . ; • Sundays, . 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. \u25a0 . t DR. of Obstetrics, Mary Adam; reliable special- ist: cures all women's complaints successfully; home for confinement; adoption; h.". 1-5 p.*., m. 3004 Fruitvale ay., Oakland; teL Merritt 1393. - ..-\u25a0 - * .. \u25a0\u25a0•.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-,. •-.-\u25a0, THE '--SAN- ERANGISCO QAIiL, MONDAY -iMAY: 16. 1910: CURE for tuberculosis: Inexpensive borne ' fem- edy: free advice. Address box 334. Call office. PHYSICIANS A— DR. BRINK, - ; Specialist for all women's ailments. ,~ ; : Skill,' success and equipments unsurpassed: 15 years' exp.; most perfect methods known to science; confinements, . low fees; honest treatment; consultation \u25a0 free; confldentiaL 517 23d st., nr. Telegraph ay.. Oakland. RUPTURE cured and its ailments relieved" at once with Antikeline; used by massage; most reliable \u25a0 remedy. For free demonstration see PROF. EDW. CHARBONNEAUX, | Pharm., 1415 Mason st. DR. WONG HIM. HERB DOCTOR. Permanently located. 1268 O'Farrell st.. bet. Gough and Octavla.. A— PRIVATE home for- the sick; confinement specialty; adoption; special treatment for all female troubles. 171 East 14th st.. Oakland. ' \u25a0 POPULAR REMEDIES RICORD CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS for men's private diseases. Sold only by E. B. JORGENSON, C 44 Kearny st.. San Francisco. Mall orders a specialty. Send for circular. BETHANY Maternity Home, 107 E. 15th St., E. Oakland — An Ideal home for confinement; select neighborhood; resident physician and nurses; antiseptic method: terms reasonable; adoption. S. F. LYING IN- HOME. 1191 Oak St.— Adoption. Diseases women and children; confinement $25. HOME for confinement: attendance $20. 1548 Stelner st. near Geary. Hours 12-1:30. 6-7 pm. HEALTH MOVEMENT "VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH," natural non- eurgical: cloth bound, 400 page book free. Apply by mall. 638 Pine *t. Lecture ; for women Thnrsd.ty at 2:.'iO p. m. _^_ RUPTURE CURED "DR. PIERCES ELECTRIC TRUSS"; a wonder- ful Invention; 35 years In use. Address PIERCE & SON. 1417 Chestnut st.. Alameda. I TRUSSES LARGEST stock o' trusses and elastic goods in the city. Clark-Gandion Co.. 1108 Market st. RECTAL DISEASES ' \u25a0 _ ' PILES cured without knife or hindrance from business: cure guaranteed. THOS. J. KISNER, M. P.. 10!U Fillmore at. nenr McAllister. THERAPEUTIC TREATMEXT. LYDIA SMlTH— Electric light and baths; ner- voua diseases. Apt. 35. IXOO Golden Gate ay. * CATARRH AND DEAFNESS ALSO ear noises positively cured; one week free. DR. COTTINGHAM. 830 Market St.: hrs. 10-4. INVALID 1 CHAIRS i . SOLD, rented, exchanged; manufacturer of Eames tricycle chair. 1714 Market. Tel. Park 2940. MATRIMONIAL EDUCATED young Englishman, well connected, with small capital, at present holding good po- sition, wishes to meet young or middle aged lady with some means; object, matrimony: s-incere. Address GEORGE NUGENT, general deliver}-, Los Angeles. MARRIAGE paper, with photos and P. O. ad- dress, 10c silver or stamps; many wealthy. CUPID, P. O. box 121, Oakland, Cal. . ELITE matrimonial bureau for lonely people; circular 10c. 954 Broadway. Oakland. BUSINESS. PERSONALS FAT REDUCED! "'• USE PERFECTION REDUCING CREAJI An easy and pleasant treatment; used by mas- sage; don't dope; don't diet; just rub it In; reduces any part to which it is applied or can be used over the entire body; $1 and $1.75 jar. FOR SALE BY PALACF, HOTEL PHARMACY. BOWEUMAN'S, 238 Stockton st. WAKKLEE'S. Powell and Ellis sts. MME. HOUSTON. 133 Geary st. Can be obtained from all druggists. COFFIN, REDINGTON CO.. distributors. A— WIGS and TOUPEES that defy detection; ven- tilated; perspiration doesn't affect them; wig making a life study; men's private wig depart- ment, 2271 Cal. St. near Webster, Mr. G. Led- erer in charge. LADIES' HAIR GOODS— Transformation, switches, puffs, artistic wig making, shampooing. G. LEDERER, 1809 Fillmore st. near Sutter. Established 1866. MAGNETIC physical healing; a vital science. MRS. HOLSHOUSER. 351 Pacific building; hours 10-d; greatest magnetic operator; spine, nerve and poor circulation: all ills. ' 1210 McAllister st. near fillmore. Medical, steam and tub baths; electric blanket sweats; vibratory and electric light heat; great success in cures of rheumatism, colds,, etc. HAIR DOCTOR KUESTER (ouly one on coast). 103 Telegraph ay., Oakland: here 29 years; remedies sent after diagnosis, .aa each case differs; mail stamp for symptom questions. . ELECTRIC vibrator and medical massage; rheu- matism, spine nd nervous troubles. MISS BLAKE. 351 Pacific building. 4th and Market. FRANKLIN Electric Institute— Elec. treatments and massage. 533-7 Whitney bldg., 133 Geary. MRS. C. ROSE, Mgr.; hrs. 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. UNCALLED for. suits, overcoats and trousers at less than cost at CHAS. LYONS', the London Tailor, 1432 Fillmore bet. Ellis and O'Farrell. FOR sale — Exclusive territory for best selling ar- ticle in the market; big profit. Call 460 12th et., Oakland. . - . . - .' . ELECTRIC vibratory massage; .salt glow. MRS. CORTEZ. 943 Van Ness ay., cor. O'Farrell. 307-9. . MME. HIBBARD — Magnetic massage, facial and . scalp treatments.' 2."> 3d st., room: 6, top floor. GOLDSTEIN CO.. theatrical and masquerade cos- turner, removed to 533 Market st. opp. . Powell. HOT salt baths (medical); massage for both sexes. 526 9th St.. Oakland. MISSION branch of The Call, MILLER'S, sta- tioner^Boll 16th Bt. ; SPIRITUALISM AA— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY", trance medium; consultation $1. at her home, 1164 O'Farrell; by letter, 4 questions, $1; phone Franklin 5024. LOTTIE BUSWELL will give 50c readings this week; circles every night; lessons. 1359 Web- ster st. near O'Farrell. , AA — Mrs. L. H. Kinnaird, ord.; con. daily 10-4: circles Sun., Mon., Wed., Fri., S p. m. 1439 Fillmore . • \u25a0 . . MRS. S. SEAL, spirit mm.; consultation dally; officiates marriages, funerals. 786 McAllister. MISS M. WILLE, medium; crystal seeress.'can be consulted on all matters.- 1615 Fillmore st. Mrs. Ida M. " Griffin, mcd. and healer, reads dally: cir. every eve. .8 p. .m. 930 McAllister. OAKLAND — Gill's trance readings; circles Sun., Wed., 8 p. m. 614 Telegraph.- Oak. 7548. OAKLAND— Florence Potter's card readings, ROr. fil4 Telegraph: tel. Oak. 7543. ' : CLAIRVOYANCE. PALMISTRY AND TRANCH MEDIUMSHIP. " PROF- JAMES P. WEBSTER , OF NEW- YORK CITY. \u0084 Tbe world's famous medium can be consulted on all affairs of life— business,* sickness, social and spiritual affairs, absent and deceased friends,' mining interests, -• divorce, love, patents,- law suits, and, in fact, anything you may be in trouble over or doubt of.. He depends entirely" on his clairvoyant powers and trance medlumship. Never before in the ; history of "Occult Science has a person of PROF. WEBSTER'S \u25a0 standing consented to place his powers at the disposal of the public for such a small fee.-'HIs full trance readings are reduced from $5 to $1 for a short time only. - \u25a0 • > HOTEL VENTURA, ROOM 19, '1039 MISSION STREET, .. \u25a0 (Opposite tbe- General Postoffiee). ' Hours — 10 a. m. to 8 p. im.,- Sundays- Included. •\u25a0 Readings by Mail— sl.oo. A — My $5.00 Celebrated Trance Reading, $1.00. HENRY MANSFIELD, Yoghi Mediator of Mysterious - Secret Influence. World's greatest crystal trance 'clairvoyant, palmist, aEtrologer, mental- telepathist; . will cause 'things to be as you desire; tells every- thing, good or bad, full names, dates, import- ant Information; all revealed; whom, when you will marry, health, love, marriage, business; mm. treasure, changes lawsuits, ' Imparts good . luck; removes evil influences; makes you well -and strong,' develops psychic - force... magnetic powers, locates treasures.- 1302 Fillmore st. I FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND Sl. ' ALMA HERMANN, palmist and clairvoyant, world \u25a0 renowned •as the -greatest ; adviser /upon business, marriages, lawsuits" and .7 divorce. I promise to tell you whether your husband, wife or sweetheart is \u25a0 true or false.; I tell you how , to gain • the love cf the- one you . most; desire, \u25a0f even though miles remove* evil influ- : ences, settle lovers' quarrels. -Call today; don't wait ; until tomorrow; tomorrow \u25a0 may - never •:come. Hours, 10 to B,' dally \u25a0 and j Sunday.' Read- . ings $1. 11S0 O'Farrell st. English and German spoken.' No. letters .:»...; ,:,r AA— PROF. GARLAND, Clairvoyant, .. - . Will cause things to be as you wish,. and tells , full. names and everything, you' want to know . without you-writing a ; word.-_ Hours-10 a.-. m.' to B' p. m. \u25a0 1437 Fillmore st., near Ellis. , , FOR READINGS BY MAIL . SEND $1. MISS ZEMDAR, a young, gifted clair and palm.; a wonderful _prophetess ; -hours 10 to , 10 ; L. 50c, G. "$l. 652. Hayes bet. .-Laguna and -Buchanan. MME. LEONIDA, honest readings; hrs." 10 a. m. to Bp. m.; Sun, appointments. 814 McAllister. MME. EBERWEIN — Marriages, business, domes- ':\u25a0 - tre ; changes.' 2103 ; Flllmore > st. ;, nr. ' California. Mme. Starr of Oaklandat s Hotel : Carllng," S." F;, • 1154 Mkt.. r. 3; truth or no pay; 10 to 9 p. jib. . ."'\u25a0 •"-•--'• .'\u25a0' PALMISTRY \u25a0 "\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0/: "_\u25a0 REV.MME.BCSHNELL, : formerly 919 Jones, now 209 Kearny; 9 to 5. ex. Sun.: tel. Douglas 3670. .;\u25a0;.' - MINES AND MINING . \u25a0\u25a0 ;:,:... GOLD, ; amalgam, rich ore' bought; cash; asaylng 50c. PIONEER ASSAY CO.. 131 sth st. near Howard. , , . .. : i- ™ANCIAL , TEMPLOR Ranch; ; 1,000 = for sale at 28c La Blanc, 1.000, offer wanted. Lady Washington, buy; 1,000 at lie or 500 12c. Alißal, 1.000 for- sale at 15c. : L. F. j CLOUGH, ; 1018 Broadway. Oakland. ...-. Telephone Oakland 4942. WILL buy Oakland Traction - preferred; Key Route preferred; Realty Syndicate certificates; Turlock . Irrigation bonds ; Modesto irrigation bonds, and other local securities. \u25a0 - R. WHITEHEAD & CO.. First National Bank Bldg., Oakland. . "ABBOTT buys BONDS"; also CAL. SAFE DEP. accounts; money loaned. 636 Market st. \u25a0- ;. _ lil^S^TjjJS^?! B^ \u25a0__;___ ; P. M. HARRIS & CO.. BROKERS. (51-io3 PHELAN BLDG.. TEL. SUTTER 1125. WE HAVE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, SUBJECT: 5,000 Monterey Coal Co. 3,000 La Blanc OH Co. 1,000 Alaska Coal and Petroleum Co. ' 1,000 Templor Ranch Oil Co. \u25a0 - 1,000 Columbine Oil Co. 750 Yellowstone Oil Co 500 shares Alisal Oil Co. 500 California * Pressed Brick Co. • 100 Jewell Oi; Co.. at 27c. 5 La Zacualpa Rubber Co. - . 4 Playa Vkento Rubber Co. (cheap). 5,000 Lady Washington Oil Co. (wanted). 3.500 Ventura Oil Development Co. (wanted). r 1,500 Liberty. Oil Co.- (wanted). I 1,000 Coalinga-Mohawk Oil Co. (wanted). E. F. WAYLAND & CO.. BROKERS, 476 Monadnock Building, San Francisco. Cal. STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE. $1,000 Ocean Shore Ry 80nd5...... . @$300.00 5.000 shares Monterey Coal Co @ .02 1,000 shares Coaliusa Aladdin Oil Co..@ .10 2,000 Alaska Petroleum and Coal C 0 . .. (Cheap) 1,000 6b ares Jewell Oil Co .@ .28 1,000 Lady Washington Oil Co.:. @ .17 1,000 California Pressed Brick Co @ .20 1,000 shares Coalinga Crude Oil Co @ .18 1,000 Kern River DriUerß* OU Co S .14 1,000 shares Templor Ranch 0i1... .. .@ .21 500 shares Consolidated of Coalinga. ."@ .15 500 shares Liberty Oil Co (Wanted) 1,100 shares Four Oil Co @ .17 50 shares Natomas Con. of Cal '(/A 22.00 30 shares Rio Michol Rubber @ 25.00' IN THE CITY OF TAFT, In the heart of the Midway oil district, town- site just above Moron, bas just been put on the market in lots at $300 each and upward. Prices include street work and stone walks. Terms of payment, only a third cash. Chance to get a good proposition by purchasing at once. Got the full particulars, map, booklet and price list by application to \u25a0 , GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway, Oakland, or L. W. JEFFERSON, 350 Market St., S. F. EDWARDS. BREWSTER A CLOVER, INC. Capital $50,000 Mills Building THE BEST SECURITY ON EARTH FOR YODR MONEY is a well selected MORTGAGE on real estate in the city or around the bay of San Francisco and paying 6 to S per cent. We will select a mortgage for you and GUARAN- TEE BOTH PRINCIPAL and INTEREST. This beats bonds, stock or savings banks and Is safer than either. . - -. FINANCIAL . underwriters ; listed and unlisted stocks and bonds bought and sold; stocks and oil lands bought 'and sold. Financial under- writers. Free Information bureau, 1016 Broad- way. Phones. Oak. S67V; A 1627. Open even- ings 7 to 0 p. m. MAN or woman with $500 or more to help pro- mole a first class oil proposition: I have 500 acres proven land; can make $5,000 in one year: perfectly safe. R.. "Off Chronicle bldg. t _. . , , __, jOfe. JkANDS \u0084 IN THE CITY OF TAFT. In the heart of the Midway oil district; town sit* just above Moron has just been put on the market in lots at $300 each and upward. Prices include street work s and stone walks. - Terms of payment only one-third cash.' Chance to get a good proposition by purchasing at once. Get the full particulars, map, and price list by application to GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway, Oakland, or L. W. JEFFERSON. 350 Market St., S. F. I CAN locate a limited number of oil claims within 40 miles of rail and tide water; 20 acres in each claim; exceptional showing and near developments; location fee $100. D. F. MINNEY, 422 11th St., Oakland, Just east of Broadway. 1 • \u25a0 \u25a0 MONEY TO LOAN— REAL ESTATB EDWARDS. BKEWSTER & CLOVER. INC. Capital $50,000. Mills building.. ,- Flat loans,' building loans, installment loans, . on city, Oakland. Berkeley and farm property; bank rates of interest; no delay. $25,000 to loan at <> and 7 per cect in amounts from $500 up ou Kan Francisco, Alameda, Oak- land. Fruitvale and San Mateo county improved or to be improved property, and pay back same as rent. F. AMBROSE & CO., 3470 Mission st. ANY amount; lowest rates ou first and second, mortgages on real estate, legacies, undivided Interest, estates in probate; no delay. R. Mc- COLGAN, rooms 502 and 504. Claus Spreckels (Call) building. Market and 3d sts. FIRST mortgage loans at 5^ per cent; 2d mort- gages, estates, legacies and undivided interests et lowest rates; no delays. HERMAN MUtt- PHY,~IBO- Sntter st.. rooms 301-2. ANY amount on real estate, first or second mort- gages, or any security; no delay; lowest rates. ! O. W. BECKER. Monadnock bldg., 6SI Market. A— \u25a0 DEAL DIRECT WITH LENDER First and second mortgages; bank interest. SHADBURNE CO.. 503 Monadnock building. HARVEY & PRESTON. 127 Montgomery st.. rm. 205— Ist and 2d mortgages, any am t., 536 pet. MISSION branch of The Call. MILLER'S, sta- tioner. 3011 lfith at. MONEY TO LOAjr AA— STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL loans on fur- niture, pianos, warehouse receipts or security of any kind ; loans can .be repaid in easy weekly, monthly or yearly payments. We will arrange the loan to suit you, name can be re- ?ald whenever you desire. We give you the nil amount asked for; there are.- no advanced charges of any kind. If you 'owe another broker or bills of any kind we will pay them for you and give you more money. It Is easier to pay one than a number. We can make you better rates and terms than any one in the city. It will pay you to call and Investigate. ILLINOIS FINANCE CO.. formerly Illinois Trust Co., 1516 Eddy. % block from Fillmore. Tel. West 6745; S 2024. HAVE YOU permanent employment? If so, and yon need a LOAN you can get It ta reasonable rates, without lndorser and without any pub- licity, from THE RICHMOND INVESTMENT CO.. 433 PHELAN BLDG., PHONE DOUGLAS 5244. to be repaid in SMALL Installments. SEE US if you want money. You don't have to do business if terras are not ENTIRELY satlsfao- tory. »NOTB THIS. ' THIS IS OUR BUSINESS. SALARY LOANS, $10 to $100, advance* to honest ' employes "without security." No 1»- dorser; no publicity; your friends, relatives or employer will never know. ALL WE WANT IS YOUR PLAIN NOTE. . GREAT NORTHERN LOAN CO., 616 Phelan bldg., 6th floor. Office open until 6p, m: Mon- day and Saturday evenings until 8 p. m. AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY £ WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, ETC.: $10 to $200; LOW COST; CON- FIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.' CALL, WRITE OR PHONE 857-9 PACIFIC BLDG., 4TH' AND MARKET. PHONES DOUGLAS 3265— HOME J1741. : Oakland Office — 518 First ' National • Bank bldg. SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS T SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS \ Just on your plain note. No lndorser; no security; cheapest rates. Posi- tively no one will know. • ' WESTERNLOAN CO.. 408 Call .bldjr. Office open till .6. p. m. Monday and Saturday until 8. WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVH PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT: no lndorser; confidential; no red 'ape methods; $1 week pays $15 loan, $2 week pays $30 loan, $3 week pays $45 loan, $4 week pays $60 loan. Call and see us. THE ROYAL INVESTMENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan bldg. MONEY loaned on furniture, pianps and other se- : curlty ; lowest '. rates ; most favorable terms in the city ; see others, then ccc me and be con- vinced; I: will save you money; $2.25 weekly repays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE W. MILLER, 3009 16th St.. southwest corner Mission, room 85. :- - MONEY loaned salaried people, women keeping house and others upon their own names with- out security; easy , payments; save money by trading here; of flees in 65 principal cities. , TOLMAN, Room 949, Phelan bldg.. San Fran- clsco, and Room 9. 460 13th st., Oakland. FURNITURE— ~ : ~~~7". -\u25a0:,- LIFB ' INSURANCE— - SALARIES—" Wage Earners' Investment , and ) Loan Company, '-. ;: \u25a0'\u25a0 -\u25a0 \u25a0' • y 443 Pine st. \u25a0..•\u25a0:; \u25a0-;\u25a0-' r - \u25a0\u25a0 . BALDWIN JEWELRY CO., Gold and (Silver Smiths, 29-33 Kearny st. ; LOAN DEPARTMENT. * SALARY LOANS— Ladies and gentlemen' without security;. notes and commercial paper bought. 313 Merchants' Ex. bldg. ; phone Douglas 1 411. AA.A— SALARIED men and women accommodated \u0084 without delay . or publicity. > Home Credit and Investment Co., 321 Phelan bldg., 3d f100r.,>.:.. \u25a0AAA-^-Wage earners, either men ' or • women, can make a loan In strictest confidence at the Em- ployes' Credit Co.. room 424.' Monadnock bldg. SALAR Yi loans ; , other propositions. , i San Fran- Cisco Discount Agency, 411 Pacific . building. f > 01 i. fur s ltur e, pianos or any . security." BECKER, Monadnock building. 681 Market St.. ;room 297. A ~ A — GOLDEN STATE i LOAN OFFICE. -47- 5d . r. St. ; j liberal : loans; f lowest rates. '\u0084 ' . ;., .'.:-. ;/.\u25a0 CASH loaned to salaried men on note without 1n- :..., aorBer.' MOBRELL, 1022 ; Monadnock building. BORROW money at 2 pet. on diamonds and jew- elry.- GARIN LOAN CO., 1118 Market opp. 7th. ON -furniture and ' pianos ; no removal. TRE- \u25a0 MAIN, room 811. 833 Market. \ next • Emporium. $4,000 to loan by private party, at 6 per cent." C. W. Moores. 107 Montgomery st. \u25a0 . MONEY \V ANTED - RANCH loans are safest. Lowest taxes; interest .always prompt; best security. 1 We have a few good ranch first mortgages that* pay 8 per cent : net interest. Write or call If yon have money to ' loan. 'References ; any. bank *or ! newspaper in , Santa Crua county. A. N. STIKEMEN & CO.. 143 Pacific ay.. Santa Crnz. \u25a0\u25a0 • PROPOSALS AND BIDS TREASURY 'DEPARTMENT. Office of the Supervising Architect. Washington. D. C, April 28, 1910. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at- this office / until 3 o'clock p. m. on tne 15th day of June, 1910, and then opened, . for the installation of heating plant, .pumps, well, vacuum .. cleaning plant, electric wiring, alter- ations to building, etc.. for : the United States Customs . House arid appraisers' stores bnlldins at SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.. In accordance with the drawings - and specification, copies of which may be obtained at this office or at the .office of the architects, Eames & Young," Wright build- ing, St. Louis, Mo., at the discretion of the Supervising Architect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR. \u25a0 \u25a0 •\u25a0 Supervising. Architect. SEALED.bids will be received at th» office of , the secretary of the regents. University of Cal- ;l; l Ifornia, Berkeley, at or before 9:30 a. m.. Mon- '. day. May 23, 1910, for- vacuum cleaning ma- !. chinery and appliances for , the university li- brary and Boalt hall on the 'university campus at Berkeley, as per plans and specifications on flic at said office. No bids will be received un-' less accompanied by a certified check or bond in favor of the undersigned, equal to 10 per cent of the bid, to assure execution of contract by, successful, bidder. The right to reject any or all bids Is reserved. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. OFFICE QUARTERMASTER, Fort MaaOn, San Francisco, Cal.. 16th April, 1910. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, for con- structing, installing, plumbing, beating and elec- tric wiring in two (2) single barracks •at Fort Wlnfield Scott. Cal., will be received here until 11 a. m.. 17th May, 1910, and then opened. Plans and specifications and necessary blanks and in- formation obtained here.- Deposit of $10.00 will be required to Insure return of plans and speci- fications. Envelopes containing proposals to be marked, "Proposals for Public Bulldlugs. Fort Scott, Cal.," and addressed to Major Geo. McK. Williamson, Qr. Mr.. U. S. A." SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the office, of the Lighthouse Inspector, Portland. Ore., until 12 o'clock m.. May 20, 1910. and then opened, for furnishing spare parts and fittings for the machinery of the lighthouse tender Armeria w in accordance with specifica- tions, copies of which, with blank proposals and other information, may be had upon ap- plication to the Lighthouse Inspector, Portland, Ore. . FORT WING ATE, N. M., May 9, 1910.— Sealed proposals In triplicate will be received until 11 a. m., June 1, 1910, and then opened, for furnishing all labor and material required for construction of sewer system here. In- formation furnished on , application. Right re- served to reject any or all bids. Envelopes containing "proposals" for construction of sewer system. Fort Wlsggt*. N. M. _ \u25a0 \u25a0 ' CITY REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS FOR SALE. Retiring from business on account of old. age, owner will sell cheap the well known,, old estab- lished business, with all office fixtures, counters, desks, blockbooks, maps, horse and buggy, etc.; good location for selling real' estate, renting, loaning and insurance; reasonable rent; good op- portuity for 2 or 3 active, roal estate men to make money. -Inquire 3128 16th st. $10 down, $10 per month; no interest, no taxes; world's fair In 1915; now is tbe time to buy a city lot cheap and on easy terms in the most rapidly growing neighborhood of the Mission: prices $325 to» $675; city lots, on or off the car line; McEnerney title; 5c fare, owl cat; 35 minutes to 3d and Mission; take car marked Ocean \u25a0 View on Guerrero st. to Lakevlew »v. . RIVERS BROS.. 461 Montgomery st. $50 down, $20 month, without Interest — New 2 room house in corner- lot, 86x117; total cost $1,225; McEnerney title; ~sc fare, owl cars, 35 minutes to 3d and Mission sts. ; take car marked Ocean View in Guerrero st. to Lake- view ay. RIVERS BROS., 401 Montgomery st. $575. SUNSET LOTS. $10 MONTH. Choice lots, including grading, etc.; come out to branch office; open daily.' Take EIIU st. (Ocean) cars to 39th ay. and H st. THE MCCARTHY COMPANY. 151 Sntter st. LOTS in the Sunset district, sooth of Golden Gate park, $300; $50. cash and $10 pec month; better than a savings bank. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 20 Montgomery st. SNAP — $2,600. reduced from $3,000; 2 sunny 4 rooms and bath cottages on car line, renting for $30 a month; take car No. 10, get off at Mateo st: live in one and rent other.. Owner, 206 Arlington st. • . • -\u25a0 POSITIVELY last chance to buy this apartment house cheap; owner must sell. See JAS. A. McCULLOUGH, 722 Pacific building, for par- ticulars. COTTAGE, 6. rooms, bath, furnace, finished base- : ment; 25x105; warm , belt Mission; bargain; ' part cash, balance as rent: 1 block cars. G. . E. M. CO.. 960 Pacific bldg.. S. F. MOST BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED, 'PLANNED AND FINISHED 6 room houses in the city; bituminized street, cemented walks and base- ments, etc.; terms. 12th ay. and J, Sunset. McENERNEY SUITS AT $35. LAWYERS' TITLE INVESTMENT CO.. 208 Balboa building. MARKET AND 2D STS. . $1,750 — Modern corner cottage' of 4 fine large rooms, good location: I am leaving the city rather than rent; I will sell for $50 cash and ' I balance at $20 per month.- Apply'32ls Mission. FOR sale,, cheap — New cottage,: 6 rooms and bath; stable; 2 lots; terms same as rent. In- quire lumber office. Army and Hampshire sts. NO MONEY REQUIRED. I will build your home if your lot is part paid for; hours 12 to 2. Room 21S. 660 Market st. $4.750 — A SNAP: 2 modern flats, 4 and 5 rooms and bath; on Capp St.; lot runs to rear alley. 2580 Mission st. : \u25a0• BLOCK of new houses for sale: 16th ay. and Point Lobos; terms to suit. J. ANDERSON, builder. : ; HAVE \u25a0 Standard • Title Insurance Company, Mills bldg.. insure your title; save time and money. INGLESIDE. corner lot; 3 hard finished rooms, j __bath_and attic: reasonable. Box 623. Call. COUNTRY REAL ESTATE DON'T OVERLOOK TOESE ~^ 1,920 acres only. 2 miles from the S. P. sta-* tion; every acre good, tillable soil. The govern- ment soli survey describes it as San Joaquin sandy loam. Good alfalfa, vegetable, fruit or grain land and would make a fine subdivision, as there is water for irrigation. Good dwelling. 2. large barns, windmill and tank. etc. Ranch adjoining has flowing artesian wells. There la no better land to be had and the price makes it like finding it. Price $14 per acre, half cash. 154 acres close in. only % mile to R. R. sta- tion; 15 acres in alfalfa; gas engine and pump; 4 wells, windmill and tank ; new 6 room house, all furnished; large barn, etc.; 25 milk cows- 50 tons hay, 3 horses, 2 milking machines, harnesses, wagons and farm i Implements, sep- | arator and everything to make a good money making proposition. A snap at $9,000. 6% "acres In the city limits of Santa Cruz, all rich, level, sandy loam soil with a fine stream -of water running through it. • Good 9 room house, : good barn, > family orchard, beauti- ful shade trees* and shrubbery, good well of water. Will make a beautiful country home apdjit the same time live in* town. Price $7,000, or exchange for l residence In Oakland. HOLCOMB REALTY CO., 306 San Pablo » ay., Oakland. \ MADELINE MEADOWS. Government lands , and - perpetual water right. $81.50 PER ACRE. MADELINE MEADOWS. Deeded • lands with perpetual* water right, $40 _per acre: 9 years' time. THE NOBLE JONES CO., 450-465 MONADNOCK BLDQ., S. F. - WALNUT CREEK. . . Ten. acres on the banks of Walnut creek, planted ;..to. walnuts;- will- care for same for 5 years; will . sell - part or whole on easy, terms- one- fifth, down and balance 5 years; will be 35 minutes - from : Oakland by .the . new electric R.> R. This is? an exceptionally fine ODDOr- tunlty; everything Is right for an ideal income , paying country home. \u25a0--'-. WALNUT CREEK DEVELOPMENT- CO " '-*:\u25a0. 903 First National Bank Building.- '* \u25a0 ••-\u25a0-" \u25a0"\u25a0• FOR LEASE. ~~~~ ~~~" . -Dairy and stock ranch, situated at Colllns- vule, Solano county, Cal., known as the Good ; Templars' Horne '\u25a0•„ for .Orphans ;property; con- taining 1,337 acres; 1,000 acres being re- claimed land well leveed and 337 acres ' up- land; good buildings; lease to date from Octo- ber, 1, 1910, to run from 1 to 5 years;, terms , cash, = half yearly 'in advance, r- Bids - must be .submitted by June ; 4. Further information .- inquire . ' : ,-,\u25a0\u25a0; . -. \u25a0• , ,- .. - E. I. UPHAM TRUST ESTATE, i ; . v \ .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• Byron. Cal. y \u25a0 . .. - ... " OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME ~ NEW -SUBDIVISION, = 5-10 acr« tracts; < RICH SOIL; WATER -ABUNDANT; PRICES' RIGHT- EASY TERMS: close to 2 railroads; • 80 . MIN- UTES 'FROM SAN; FRANCISCO; mile from- center of town: send or call for booklet HOH- SON. vWETMOBE AND MOZNETT' 911* FIRST NATIONAL BANK'} BLDG.. -. SAN FRANCISCO READ THIS-^B4 \u25a0 acre : ranch for^ sale, 1 part : cx- v change at. the rate of $75 per acre; some level \ ; part : \u25a0: hilly; Mo j acres in -• vines,- 10 acres ;of \u25a0 bay ; and •10 \u25a0 acres \u25a0 cleaned ; 3 acres - fruit- im- mense , quantity <i of timber v fuel; \u25a0' good * team horses;* all necessary., Implements: vl artesian ,;well; 3 kinds of water » and small hduse' and \u25a0•I good barn.;; P. ; TORESAL, \u25a0 Cloverdale, Cal.; ;-- WILL build; to suit,, responsible purchasers on any lots, in beautiful "CLARA VISTA", on In- m stallment terms, equivalent /to -minimum .rent, .\" or i on : flat ? loan at . 6 > per- cent : net ; '" no -town • taxes;' near-Stanford university, adjoining Palo Alto, Miss Harker's'school and Manzanlta hall. ~; Address box 063, Call of flee. ' . ESTATE— Coiitlnned SANTA CLARA BARGAINS. .:i.»;o»t — 5 acres; small house: nicely situated; 1 young prune orchard. J2,350 — 14 vj acres;. 6 acres in bearing vineyard; small house, chicken houses, etc. \u25a0 5.000 — 13.0T acres: good 5 room house: well; .windmill; 'fairly good barn; -10 acres in . orchard, balance in grsin. -' Bearing orchards and vineyards in splendid condition at $200 per acre: liberal terms. r --, Unimproved lands onJv $100 per acre; ea»y ; ". lerms. .. \ .- *. . CM. WOOSTER COMPANY. : ; " , 702 Market st. . '12.300 sere stock ranch. : 4.000 acres almost Iptpl grain land, bal- . arice covered with oat timber; good pas- ture; good ranch bulldinas; about 2."0 cat- tle; rsneb fpnco<i and cross fenced: 500 acres suitable for alfalfa: price only $12.50 p^r acr*; will consider good city property , • in- exchange. ; • CM. WOOSTER COMPANY. 702 Mrrket st. 2.000 ACRES OF FINE ALFALFA at $180 per acre on easy terms; will rent readily for $16 per acre; cash rent. 120 acres; 65 «cres in fine alfalfa, balance aU sown to oats; $125 per acre. 20 or 40 acre tracts in the OREGON or CHRIST COLONIES, all snbirrigared laud with ditch \u25a0 to e_ach piece; $90 to $120 per acre; 5(2 acres dairy stock and grain ranch, with fine Improvements; 150 acres choice river bot- tom land, 65 acres of which Is In alfalfa; i>nly J75 per acre. $17,000 cash. This is an Ideal stock dairy or grain ranch and very cheap. Write us for what you • want in large or small tracts. We have It in the CHEAPEST IRRIGATION system, with the greatest OP- PORTUNITIES In the WEST. MODESTO LAND COMPANY, Masonic Temple, I st., Modesto. Cal. • AN ACRE -OR MORE IN THE COUNTRY in beautiful Lake county, the famous mineral springs and summer- camping grounds of Califor- nia, only 83 miles from. San Francisco; one- quarter mile from good town: close to schools, churches, stores, hotels; best hunting and fishing within easy walking distance; trout stream through hind: ground very fertile; abundance of water; a pure, clean, delightful and health giving place to live, summer or winter, and where the stores will buy all the produce you rals« at highest market price. One ecre. $75, $10 cash, $2.u0 monthly. Two acres, $140. $20 cash, $5 monthly. Four acres, $275, $40 cash, $S monthly. - . More land if wanted: no Interest, no taxes. CALIFORNIA HOME Si LAND ASSN., SOl to SOJ Pbelan bldg., San Francisco. $24 PER ACRK- as a whol« for 18.000 acres In northern Cal.: 12.000 under Irrigation; 15,000 acres from snrae source; 71 miles main ditch; 26 dwellines and barns: improvements cost "$100,000; $100,000 personal property Included. Splendid proposition for colonization; no bet- ter soil in state for evpry- variety of farm- ing and fruit of the temperate lone. KAST TERMS. C. W. MOORES. 107 Montgomery st. ' Phone Douglas 601. HOMESTEADS AND TIMBER CLAIMS Within 100 miles of San Francisco. We guaran- tee 2.500,000 feet of marketable timber to the location; good roads and close to transporta- tion; good soil; finest hunting and fishing- In California. F. A. GODFREY. 537 PACIFIC BLDG. MERCED COLONY. Alfalfa, corn and fruit lands adjoining the city limits of Merced.- In small tracts: price* $T3 to $150 per acre; easy terms; irrigation water $1 per acre; 2 transcontinental railroads and 3 main ' county roads traverse Merced colony; markets, churches, schools, stores, creamery, alfalfa meal mill, all convenient; literature on application. CO-OPERATIVE LAND AND TRUST CO.. . 595 Market St.. Balboa building. San Fraadaco, : or Merced. FOR SALE, " SO acre dairy ranch; 55 acres alfalfa, balance .barley; family orchard: good hard finished 7 room house; large dairy barn, separater house, chicken house, carriage house, etc.;, fenced and cross fenced; price $16,000; terms $7,000 cash, balance 6 per cent net. We handle both large and small tracts and are prepared to supply your wants in Irri- gated lands. Write or call on us. NEIL & JONES,. 924 H st., Modesto, Cal. 410 acres, in Stanislaus county; all fenced and cross fenced; good house, 2 barns, granary, windmill and tank; part of this land is black loam and part sandy loam; all can be irri- gated; price $45 an acre; terms If desired: 80 acres cummer-fall included; 6 miles from town. Address JESSE WALKER, 1620 Bray ay., Fruitvale. ' 559 acres farming land: good improvements: good house, tank, windmill: place all fenced and cross fenced; we reserve the crop; this place Is about 7 miles from town; good roads; price $25 per acre, and ; terms if desired. Address JESSE WALKER, 1620 Bray ay., Fruitvale. FOR sale — I will sell at a sacrifice 10 acres fine land, all under irrigation; Ideal place for a chicken and fruit ranch; fine climate and water; price $S0O: % down. For particulars address box SSB, Call office. OUR new catalogue of country property; farms, fruit and poultry ranches, stock ranches, al- falfa and timber lands; call or send for list. ROTHERMEL & CO.. 247 Ruts bldg.. S. F^ $25 — 520 acres: -75 Irrigable; house: barn: 4 miles town; all farming Implements included; exchange city or Oakland. Owner, P. O. box 190. Fruitvale. THE RICHARDSON LAND CO. IS LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN COUNTRY LANDS. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING GOOD. CALL OR WRITE, 306 CROCKER BUILDING. $395 for 5 acre homes in Alameda county; $25 down, $10 monthly. PROGRESSIVE REALTY CO.. ISO Sntter st- A GREAT snap; 25 acres irrigated; near Tur- lock: ideal alfalfa land; $1,500 cash; worth $2.500; need the money. BLACK. S4l Polk. $2,200— 800 cash; s*£ acre poultry farm; stock, tools, buildings. J. E. STEPHENS, Penn- grove, Cal. DEL MONTE HEIGHTS— SO ft. lots. $50* LT HACKETT. room 212. 660 Market St.. S. F. FOR farm, 'stock ranches and .timber lands see McFAUL & EDWARDS. 257 California st. OAKLAND REAL ESTATB WENTWORTH A CO. Will give you your pick from 50 or more cot- tages and bungalows; prices ranging from $1.- 800 to $3,000: monthly payments, including in- terest from $18 to $30; first payment required from $150 to $250. Among these homes ars many that are new and nicely located. WENTWORTH A CO., 1503 Grove St.. Cor. 20th and San Pablo. Oakland. FOR SALE BY OWNER. $5.500 — 2 story 6 room home, corner Hudson st. and Boyde ay.: designed by architect: corner lot; the most artistic and elaborate 6 room house In Claremont ay. district; swell home, swell neighborhood; 30 minutes to city, 15 minutes to Oakland. 10 minutes to Berkeley, 2 blocks to Key Route and College ay. cars: house has large rooms, paneled walls, beam ceilings, oak floors. French doors, 2 chimneys and mantels, very best plumbing: must be seen to be appreciated. See owner. MR. GORDON, on premises, or 5900 Ade- line st.; phone Piedmont 4160. ABSOLUTE SACRIFICE PIEDMONT HOME-— JUST FINISHED 7 rooms; modern, large, style massive, * latest - features, sunny, marine view; lot 40x155; built for a home, but must sell; cost $7,200 with lot; - make offer; take Piedmont • ay. cars, off at Oakland ay. 2065 Oakland ay. Owner there after 2:30 each afternoon. NEW 7 room 2 story and basement house; lot 42x150: inside of 40th st., between Telegraph and Broadway; furnac**, automatic water heater, paneled and* beamed dining room: 2 blocks to Key Route depot. Owner on prem- ises, 3781 Diamond st. Piedmont 1835. SEEN this? Lot 50x150. large house and fruit trees;. East 22d st." and 24th ay.. East Oak- landi Inquire GEORGE PALMER, 621 Mis- sion st. BARGAIN — Owner's new. 7 room home for sale or exchange;- oak floors, sun porch; make offer. Phone Oakland 7785. , ... CASH i offer wanted on modern 5 room bungalow cottage near Idora park. C 35 54th st. SAN ANSELMO. Mill Vallay. San Rafael ptop. ertles. Atthowe Realty Company. 258 Markus. _ SAli MATEO" REAL ESTATB SAN MATEO ACREAGE. Win now place on the' market 50Q acres of the choicest land in San Mateo county In small- tracts; beautiful home sites; fine soil; plenty «f trees;, has- to be seen to be. 'appreciated; will double in value in a few years. For particulars see-W.W. CASEY. San Mat«»o.- Cal. BERKELEY REAL ESTATE $3,650— 5500 'down, balance like ; rent: 5 room --.._\u25a0 shingled i bungalow, high basement. - lot > 46x 100, south frontage; -very desirable loca- ' "' "'\u25a0 tion ; \u25a02 \u25a0 blocks \ from Key Route . or . S. . P. station;. garden, fruit trees, • terrace lawn; all "first class condition. Owner, 1913 , Woolsey st, Berkeley. . \u25a0_\u0084 . FOR sale— 2 elegant homes in 'the swellest re»l- ' dence- district of Berkeley polished oak'flonrs; ' grand "marine .view; also 10 lots. 40x120: .terms. Inquire 1 HENRY ROWE, ' owner, 58 University -terrace: phone Berkeley 522. ) ALAMEDA REAL ESTATB ' » . BARGAIN if sold i at once: a new 1% ; story house, *6 ; rooms. ; up to \u25a0 date; • paneled - dining room; beamed celling.' on car line and 2 blocks ' from railroad stationl See • owner any time .\u25a0 at building. 2525 San Jose ar. \u25a0-\u25a0- \u25a0 TWO story r bonse,-s 6 rooms and bath : * genuine 'bargain: $2,000. $1,500 down. Box 4295, Call. Oakland, v \u25a0 . * \..'_llJl__________. 1? \u25a0 I FRBITYALE REAL ESTATB FOUR'room | modern cottage.".' restricted ' district: ' lot 30x125; :Vi block to cars;, street work all 0 done; worths2.soo; cut to $1,800; $300 down, balance like rent. Make offer. <S. A. PLEAS- . ANTS, . 3SOI E. 14th St.. Fruitvale. . . ROSS VALLEY REAL ESTATB ___ PUBLIC AUCTION 11— FURNISHED COTTAGES— II 42— WOODED SOFT SPOTS — 12 SUNDAY. MAY 22. ifHO^r V. M. $ minutes from Eacalle station. ~Svery ad reads . tbat this property must be sold, bat in this case it 13 a matter'of fact: it Is gotnsf to b« sold; 20 per cent cash. M. r.ALLICK, auc- tioneer. Frfe lunch at 12 noon. KENTFIELD REALTY CO.. Owner. J. E. LEWIS?. Pres. FOR sale — 200x200 feet, improved income pn>p» \u25a0 erty; must sell because of ill health; Investi- gate this before you buy elsewhere. For terms, : "price, etc.. address box 77, Fttchbure. Cal. TWO STORY honse; lot 50x135: good well and tank: planted to berries an.l fruit: $3,500; terms. .\di*p»»» h>r* 77. Kitchbnrg. Oakland. WNTA CRUZ JEST ATE RANCHES, houses and lots for sale or trada. Send for list. F. H. PARKER. Santa Craa. • HOMES. ranches. acreage. exchange; list. DAVID L- WILSON. Santa Crnz. Cal. ' REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE WE want Improved ranches and residential prop- erties from $5,000 up. situated preferably with- in 200 miles of San Francisco, to exchange for desirable improved and unimproved San Fran- cisco and bay cities real estate. Gi~ fall particulars in first letter. Address coontry sales department. J. W. WRIGHT 4 CO.. 125 Sutter St.. San Francbco. Cah ' TRADE FOR SMALL RANCH. Lot 50x100; ™ chicken houses; pear, cherry, apricots, pea.-h trees in bearing, ghrubbery; clo" to 2 car lines; price $1,000: owe $500. S p*r cent Interest: will trade equity as part payment on small ranch, also pay some cas_ Addrwa Owner. 7.\S 11th st.. Oakland. ' EXCHANGE for unimproved— 7 room house: 8 basement rooms: barn; corner; 54x135: equity $1.70O; rents $53: Installments $.K. Can you find better proposition? LEHMAN. 1347 Prime* at.. Berkeley. TO EXCHANGE— AII kinds of Oakland and snh- nrban property ; can handle any kind of » proposition of merit. D. F. MINNBY. 423 11th St., Oakland. Just east of Broadway. 15 ACRE ranch in Tehama county: alfalfa, fruit, grain and vegetables; will take honse and lot or business. Box 4302. Call office, Oakland. FARM LANDS FOR SALE FLORIDA LANDS CHEAP Would yon Invest in a 5. 10. 20 or 40 *CT» fruit, vegetable, poultry, pecan or truck farm in Florida's best agricultural district if you could get It for $7.50 per acre under market price? We ars just opening new tract in Colnm- , bla county, and while constructing the campaign will sell a few tracts on cash or easy payments of $5 per month. We have just issued a beauti- ful 20 page book showing pictures of fields and dwellings in our locality, all In artistic colors. We will mail you this book free and send 700 such other advertising matter as will give yon 1 a good Idea of our proposition. Our land Is con- venient to 3 railroads, and we have Lak« Ctty. , a modern county seat of 6.000 people, in our midst. People who know ' Florida consider our tract one of the very best. It is indorsed by bankers, congressmen, farmers and the board of trade. Prices very low; easy buying plan. Writ* 'for maps and book giving truthful description.- COLUMBIA-FLORIDA LAND CO., 457 Time* j bnilding. St. Louis. Mo. . £ FACTORY SITES / FOR sale — Factory site near Saa Francisco: buildings and machinery and 20 acres of land: near railroad and on tide water, with wharf and ample supply of fresh water. Address FACTORY. 1643 Page st. BASEMENT. 55x75. at 471 Haight st. near Fill- more; chute from sidewalk: light and dry; rent $2O per mo. Inquire YON RHEIN A CO. LUMBER FOR SALE SHINGLES. $1.50; rustic. $23: linlnj, $10; coun- try orders solicited. 33 10th at.. S. F. READY REFERENCE GUIDE OF SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS CONCERNS ART AND MOSAIC GLASS SIG. GROSSLICHT. 460 McAllister. ATHLETIC GOODS WRIGHT & DITSON. 359 Market. ' AUTOMOBILE DEALERS FRANKLIN AUTOMOBILE CO.. 402 G. Gat* ay. OAKLAND MOTOR CAB (3. G. Capman>. 324 Van Ness ay. RENAULT FRERES, 31&322 Van Ness ay. AUTO.MOBILE REPAIRS RELIANCE AUTOMOBILE CO.. 547 Fulton. BAGS, BURLAPS BOUGHT AND SOLO WESTERN BAG CO.. 47 Clay st. <2d hand). BEDDING AND MATTRESSES continental bedding Mfg. Co.. lssa Bryant BOILER COMPOUNDS AND OIL DEARBORN DRUG & CHEM. WK3.. 250 Front. BOTTLE MANUFACTURERS PACIFIC COAST GLASS WK3.. 7th and Irw tn. CIGAR MANUFACTURERS LA NATIVIDAD CIGAR CO.. 540 Clay. ECHWE^IN BROS.. 3032 Twenty-fourth. CLOAK AND SUIT MANUFACTURERS L. HORVITZ. 142 Sansome. CUTLERY J. S. HOLLER & CO. (A. Blialch), 633 Mission. DISPLAY FIXTURES, WAX FIGURES, ETC. KEHOE DISPLAY FIXTURE CO.. 541 Market. DREDGING MACHINERY GOLDEN STATE & MIN. IRON WKS., 231 Ist. DYEING ANND CLEANING CITY OF PARIS Clean. Works. 20th and Bryant. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ITERZOG £ DAHL. 150 Steuart. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER Works. 444 Pro*. FIRE INSURANCE ADJUSTERS WILLIAM MARIS. 610 Royal Ins. bldg. H. C. KOEMPEL. 703 Merchant*' Ex. bldg. FIRE INSURANCE — General Axe at* ARTHUR G. NASON^ & CO.. 123 Leldesdorg. GALVANIZED SHEETS, CORRP. GATED IRON THE BERGER MFG. CO.. 1120 Mission. Photra Market 2728. GRAIN AND BEANS ADOLF KOSHLAND. 244 California. EMIL WATERMAN. 310 Clay. GRAIN, FEED. SEEDS. PRODUCE RECEIVERS AND SHIPPERS JOHN M. RATIO & BRO-. 49 Washington, 6S Merchant. HAY RECEIVERS AND SHIPPEKs"" H. ARENDT & CO.. 501 7th. C. E. GOSS. 17th and Mission. SCOTT, MAGNER St MILLER. 40 California. H. P. SMITH CO.. 381 7th st. ITALIAN PRODUCTS LEVAGGI. GRANUCCI & CO.. 412 Front. JEWELRY MANUFACTURERS JOHN J. MIT( HKU3. 376 Sntter. for. 1625 Cal. MAGNETOS — COILS — ETC. BOSCH MAGNETO CO.. 357 Van Nesa. . - ,' - MANILA CIGAR IMPORTERS PAUL BORCHARDT CO.. 245 Pro mm. ~ METAL CEILINGS THE BERGER MFG. CO.. 1120 Mission. Phone Market 2728. NOVELTIES — JEWELRY— LEATHER" GOODS BARNARD HIRSCH CO.. SO Battery. OIL BURNING EQUIPMENTS STAPLES & PFEIFFEB. 102 Steuart. ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRB SARTORIUS COMPANY. INC.. 15th and C— tt. PAPER BOXES RAISIN * ZARUBA. 974 Howard. PATTERN MAKER A. HAASE. 256 Fremont. - PATENTS, TRADEMARKS, COPY- RIGHTS DEWET. STRONG A CO.. attys.. Mer . Ex. bldg. PLUMBER, SHEET METAL WORKS MORRISON & BELVILOCKWAY CO.. 110 Btoo- art. Ship telegraphs Installed. POTATOES — ONIO~NS DKLANEY BROTHERS, 336 Drama. W. A. CURTIS Si CO.. 310 Clay. POULTRY AND GAME RECEIVERS LEVY POULTRY CO.. 433 Davis. \u25a0 POULTRY, GAME, DAIRY PRODUCE} O'BRIEN. SPOTORNO A MITCHELL. CallfcMkt. PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS THE JAMES H. BARSY CO.. 1123 Mission. REAL ESTATE ~ " SALA A SALA. 2190 Mission. SAWDUST AND SWEEPING COM- POUND S. F. SAWDUST A SAND CO.. 35 Soaremaa pL STEEL CASTINGS (CRUCIBLE) * WESTERN STEEL WOBKS. 313 Howard. - STENCIL BOX BRANDS ~~~T REININGER & CO.. 541 Market. Brass steel stamps, al! purposes. STENOGRAPHERS. 31 UL.TI GRAPHING. _ .• ' -ETC. : ERWIN M. COOPER A CO.. 821 Mer. Kx. tldg. VEGETABLE SHIPPERS F. B. RUSSI A CO.. 509 Davis. \u25a0 - WALL PAPER AND BURLApT P. A R. M. LEONHARDT. 15te MarketT 7 WINES AND LIQUORS S, I H B . I l5 ROS - * PLACEMAN*. 430 Battery NELLER. SCHIRMER A CO.. 3<B Sa^ainenta. WINE MAKER SUPPLIES * OCCIDENTAL SUPPLY CO.. 380 Howard.