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PI— J ,f^TVTE~* your want' ADVERTISEMENTS Lf~F"7 A fli^ fi &>.
1,.. I 1 V^l >( £_■**" ToTHBCALUB:OOa.m.toIO;OOp.m. I%i_lll^^ I^l V -OO
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES
vl. „H' J *B. I. BILL. 543 Goldea Gste »v.- I
li^adquarrers for Solar lamps, Vesta batteries,
pantard all. Diamond chains and part*.
BICYCLES at MOTORCYCLES
' PIERCE H. S. Emblem motorcycles and bicycle*.
J. T. BILL ft CO.. 337*3.-.» Golden Q»t* ay.
CASH *£&!" bicycle*, and condition. SUMMER
LIN •■?'"•" 2152 Sutter at. J 1483, West 2472.
ROOFING *
"PEERLESS Roof I I'arut." sold la quantities to
salt; absolutely fir* and water proof; guaran
teed 6 year* on metal or wood; roof painting
and repairing. '.OVinT BROS.. 402 Kearny at.
LOCKSMITHS
KEYS at factory prices. KEY WORKS. *-«l (lay
st Oakland: at*-**** Oakland 6717, A 2574.
'«- BUSINESS CHANCES S
BIVENS A-~LAURAY. 34 ELLIS BT.
AT MARKET AND ELLIS STS..
HARDING BUILDING.
rnONE DOUGLAS S2iiS>, HOME C2DI2.
CALL roil LIST OF OUR BARGAINS.
OFFER WANTED—IS rooms, fine location; rent
only $80. asking $1,000. BIVENS A LAI RAW
TRANSIENT HOUSE, 83 rooms; this is a money
mtker; only $3.500, BIVENS A LAURAY.
A SNAP—2B rooms, walking distance to Market
at Grab it for $800. BIVE.NS A LAURA.
GENUINE' BARGAIN—Must be seen to be appre
clated; 4S room apartment*; swell; $2,500.
BITENB A LAIttAY.
BEAT THIS—SSO down for 7 rooms; reduced for
' immediate sale. $250. BIVENS 4. LAURAY.
34 Bill *t., room* 2U4 and 206,
TOR *ale—Good paying liquor store: receipts $40
. per day; lease; bargain. . 780 Pacific bldg.
-** GOOD, honest man. with $5,000, invest In con.
Crete contracting business; money secure. 760
, Pacific bldg.
FOR sale—Good lota, Sly located: both side*
• Golden Gate Park; terms. 760 Pacific bldg.
FOR sale—Restaurant, downtown location; lease;
receipt* $45 per day. 700 Pacific bldg.
WE are headquarters for hotels, rooming bouses,
cigar storvs. restaurants and first elm apart
ment house,,. 780 Pacific bldg.
■", FOR sale*-First class delicatessen store; good
. lease; 4 living rooms: ao»p. 760 rarific bldg,
$4,000 for a good in.lk dairy; bet. Wo and 800
customers; snap; long lease on building; every
thing complete; 8 horses. 4 wagons, 8 buggies.
Bakery, ice cream parlor, confectionery sad
,;. , cigar stand on transfer cor. in Oakland; $325;
cheap. Grocery, breach bakery, cor.; $1,000.
Umleai store, bargain account of-death; will |
Invoice $2,500; easy ca«h price $1,300.
24 room bouse, 16 outside rooms „. $1,200
Branch bakery and creamery, cheap..... $250
• Meat market: fixtures $125
Bettanraat; barge la $400
Farmer tec restaurant $175
a taicous in Mission; cheap.
*• "•**-<--'-- end restaurant on California at; rasp.
: • List With Us. Phon* JJ374.
KEBTLER A CO..
* °\\ 1112 Market St.. room 128.
•>■.* .i —
„V*' " S^JO—DELICATESSEN STORE—SS9O
.••..:.-.PROFITS 5175 MONTH; WILL INVOICE
. !-'sl.tiOo: DISAGREEMENT: MUST SELL TO
::■.; Kel #SoOM Aeto.t DETERS. 848 M AL
I 410.
;::. '•■■ =
"DOOLUY Si CO.. 630 Market St. np'i. Palace.
.'. HOTEL AND BAR catering to commercial trade;
•:. .."fille Tivtnrcs and equipment: new pool table,
. -blis, large stock of Hers, etc.: price $6,700.
......HOTEL AND BAP. ia thriving San Joaquin town;
'•„ I*' rooms; ulning room and bar do a big bust
.'" \nese. We b»ve a eat that will join another
•••..lr> taking over this place. Must have about !
• .*•. A3.st.fji cs?a.
'■'•POOLEY- & CO.. 030 Market st. --•pp. Palace.
: WELL established plan-blag business, with horse
•;..%■ end-wagon; also a beautiful lot. elegantly lo*
... .:.eated. In exchange for country acreage. Ad
r; ..= "dress I. M.. 4128 Piedmont ay., Oakland;!
,'■■'■■•■ pbone ■.'-•' 1801.
'--'"! '•'. -. PACKCHEB
V ": . 2521 Sacramento
. I'OOL parlor. B tables; cigar stand and soft
.'■• drink bar fitted up inside; finest location la
. ; .city; owner will take part cash; open day and
• ;• .night. 1544 and 1546 Eddy st. near Fillmore.
' ;•'. " ~ LP TO DATE ~
'■„'." "Ice.creara and candy atorc in one of the pro
"• -. '"gTeeslve bar town* of the state, to sell for cash.
".. A -nap. Box 2311. Call office.
•FRENCH waffle house in Santa Crui for sale;
. „'. Imported French machinery; good location la
• •'-.the main business street. T. RODDA, 392
* '. Pacific ay., Santa Crux,
FIRST CLASS Market st saloon wir »ale cheap;
... lease; doing good business; owner baa other
. ". business. Apply room 212. -48 Market at.
' - FOR SALE—A good newspaper root* la a good
• • district In this city. Apply .1. R. LEN
■ HART. circulation department. 8. V. Call.
{". AN Interest in grocery and hardware business;
"":.." $4.oiX>. require.!; will h*«r Investigation. Box
; # . .' 4584. Call office. Oakland.
'* 14 'ROOMS furnished for bouse keeping apart*
'•" ."* ment*; 4tj eats lease 306*4 Telegraph ay.,
..-{■;; Oakland. ■.-■■■■ ■ . - ■..
..'' ,'EOR «ale—Good city route on this paper; a good
.'. chance for a hustler. See circulation depart
.'..", ' <"Dt San Francisco Call. *
'•"'• 'FOB sale—A good newspaper rout* In Oakland.
• :_• See circulation department. Ban Francisco Call.
. LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSE.
*. -is I*o3l a; be*; location In Oakland: 6 year
' lease from date June 8, 1911; furniture of the
.' very best; lot lOOxlf'O; garage In rear; every
••■ room taken; 3 bathroom*, and rent on sliding;
■ scale commencing at $73 for first year sou
*•.. running •■> $123 daring the fair.
: , . SEE CHEESMAN k CALDWELL.
918 Broadway, Oakland, CaL
EDUCATIONAL ~~
'' ARCHITECTURAL drawing course free to young
man or worcsn la return for service*. Call
' day -or evening. » to 5, 7 to 0. Western
, »• School of Drafting. 3"6 Market st.
" -PAIL GERSON, DRAMATIC SCHOOL.
Largest training school of acting ia America;
*' „ positions secured; 6 mo*, grid, course; send (or
estaloine 40* V»-> Vess ay- nr. McAllister.
ENGINEERING.—CiviI, electrical, mining. iaecb..
"■* turret, assay, cy»nlde, day. eve.; eatab. 1862,
» Van tier Naillen School. 51st and Tel.. Oaklan I.
DANCING—PROF. Pi ' RETT leaders refined art
of ballroom dancing; private or class dally.
.'Maple.bill,. r->lk a»d Csllforats »fs.
.. ■ ■ I •■ W '
.'.THE- BBKLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE.-).
..J531 Wasjlnrton ft, near Fillmore, and loe-3
' .•.' H»b e*..-Oakland* send-for circular, - ■ .;? >
.* vk. and Mim. lllMl. 1. Wil. discontinue .both
- » private and class !es>»>n» i« dancing tor vaca
-i ! tion from June 7y» July,ll. ■-,-; ,'■•■■..-. ■■■. -.r
, "At-itiHu-Uf. be*.* u-eplus* tit;.. .- mans* civil
'*. '. ■>>*! vice: 6*i. err.:.lnrtiv,' Instruction. 14-4:1 Polk.
I'.'ArfCniTECTURAL drawing—Pay. evening or at
•• 1-erce. Western School of Drafting. 350 Mkt. t st.
f-HAV.'lNii—'iicljai-al IfAUAK. PoI.iTECH
<* MCli.\l. DM folk- Hr». -tQ-12 »• m : 7 9 n. m
. iiibs CHASE— Cc..cl-.rr of E2ifl)-fc. Arlth.. arti> i.
. ■.fo;-e1g:.erv.41«v. ITta at; phone Market 10-1
- -HOICI il.vNl' and Type»riiii-g—Private Instnic
'./. tic-n< A. D.'.T'Rt'Boljs, 127-Moc.tcoTiery st.
,'• I-.K rBACHFR«'JAGENCVv 2142 ttaea »v
Q * Perkeler. CaL.* next hi First National bank.
Priff. T. a. Hotlnson. Individ, last Math.. B ok
e : ieeplnr. r.PC. etc.; ,i rt ■ ■•■ 107, Halgbt st.
' BUSINESS r COLLEGES ,
i. .tl.U'.s Business College and School of Bo
gineering, Mining. Agricultural, Wirelea*; good
tosltlons. 455 McAllister »t
. DUDLEY BUSINESS' COLLEGE. Mission Bank
bldg.. lfitb or. Mission: night, day; phone, call
KAN FRANCISCO Business College. f»CS Market
-. 't. at Eddy; day and evening session.
• ''"'■ ,i i.i ■ i i ■
I AM, court reporters recommend Gallagher-Marsh
Business College; 1258 Market st. .
° ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN R. RUCKBTELL, C.'P. A., 306-808 Clau*
Spreckel* (Call) building;, phone; Kearny 4151.
ATTORNEYS \^
AI/VICE FREE; no charge unless successful; all
esses; all business quickly and quietly attended
* to; bankruptcy; • general practice; open every
evening. 1023. Market/ St.. room 12. • '»,
NATIONAL LAW ANIT COLLECTION CO.; 231
, i Kearny; tel. Kearny 3063. Attacam't* *peci«lty.
A. ADVICE free: no charge utiles* successful; quick,
' qolet. 1112 Market »t.. room 125. Open eve*.
HARRIS A HESS, atty* at law. <W. T. He**,
Notary Public. Rooma 1108-14, Call bldg. ' I
PENSION ATTORNEYS
M. H. SAM MIS, pensions and lost army papers
Secured. 8415 Md St.." apt. 25: Mission 102.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
DEWEY. STRONG A Founded I860; C. 8.
and foreign patents; Inventors' guide; 100 me.
chanical movement* free. 1103 Merchants' Ex
chance building, Han Francisco.
CLASSEN
2508 City
M. 8. LEVE. consulting mech. rng.: develop, In
ventions; patent, working drawings. 268 Mkt.
! C. P. GRIFFIN, examiner U. S. patent office.
V. S. and foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.
I HARRY C. SCHROF.DF.R, U. S. and foreign pat.
ents. 416-7 First National Bank bldg.. Oakland.
' I i:
COLLECTION AGENCIES
i BAD Bill Collection Agy.—Bad bills collected
everywhere: suits, lien*, attachments," wages;
co-collection, no charge. 1112 Mkt. Tel. J2374.
DENTISTS : Z
ARTIFICIAL TEETH "THIT7>NB~TTIING~i
DO." Dr. C. K. Wilson. 823 Oesrv. suite 6fTV
DR. IRA G. LEEK—AII klutla of dental sort
• "'- F'l'more st. near Oak.
PHYSICIANS __
A TRAINED NURBS has a strictly private home
before and during confinement; adoptions; all
disorders of wouira treated by licensed pbysi
clao: no sign. 264* California st. near Stelner.
DISEASES men rad women specialty; pbyslctan,
surreal. PES' DRt'G CO., 122 U st.
MEDICAL
VALP.-AC'S female bills; best regulating pills
•old; price $2.50 by express. Xener Syringe
and tablets, price $5. By express only on re
ceipt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS, whole
sale drngglsts. 7th and Broadway. Oakland.
"VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH," natural, non
surgical; cloth bound. 400 page book free. Ap
ply by mail, «36 Ploe St. Lecture for women
Tbur***y. 2:80 p. m-
HOMES FOR INVALIDS
HOME and car* for Invalids or aged person*.
3421 tSjth st. near Mission; tel. Mission 4620.
MA TERMTY . HOM ES
ST. MARGARET'S Maternity home; confinement
specialty; adoption: special treatment for all
female trouble*. 171 East 14th St.. Oakland. I
ANY girl la trouble or distress may come to th* j
Shepherd Home, 1354 Bth ay.. Oakland; adop
tion, confinement free.
S. F. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL and Lying in Home.
DR. LORD. Resident Phy.. 1101 Oak »t. '
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
EAR noises positively cured, new antiseptic; 1
week free to convince; Dr. COTTINGHAM, ex* i
pert .car. nose, throat. Ml Market, room 402.
TRUSSES
Clark Gandlon Co.. 1108 Market; truss fitting.
' elss. hosiery, abdominal beita; lady attendant*.
INVALID CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchange; manufacturer of Eame*
tricycle chair. 1714 Mtrket; tel. Park 2040.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL
a. K. Dog-tat Hasp.. 1371 Fulton nr. Broderlck;
animal* treat, board; ambulance. West 8312.
MATRIMONIAL '_
WHY' be lonely 1 Matrimonial chances. So for
parties. Q. I. MURQI VS. Hen Del., 8. F.
MARRY Many wealthy; both aexe*; confidea
tlal; particular* free. 1140 Myrtle st.. Oakland.
1 .'.. ; '
PERSONALS
MR. 114NRY STRANGE.
If Mr. Henry Strange, son of the late Mr. John
Strange of Astwell House, In the parish of Ait.
well, Falcatt. In the county of Northampton,
England, farmer, who wss last beard of wben
be visited his brother, John Richard Strange, at
Rawnile, Te Aroha. New Zealand, about 25 years
ago, or If dead his next of kin will communicate
with v*. the undersigned, be or they may bear
of something to his or their advantage. *FOB
TESCI'E A SONS, Solicitor*, 45 High at.. Ban
bury, Eng.
Dated May 16. 1911.
You can Join The Call's BookloYers'
Contest right now mad bare as much
chance as any one of wlanluß a prise.
Get the back picture*. See. today's con- !
test story.
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BUSINESS PERSONALS j
AAA—WIGS and TOUPEES that defy detection;
ventilated; perspiration doesn't affect them;
wig making a life study; I guarantee them;
improve your appearance; prevent colds; can
be worn day and night. Men's Private Wig
Dept., 2271 California at. near Webster, Mr. G.
Lrderer in charge. Ladle*' hair goods, balr
dressing, etc., 1809 Fillmore near Sutter. Es
tabllshed 1863. _^_^
AA—Batr>; sulphur-steam, tub and elect, light
treatment; radio sweats, elect, blanket packs,
elect, vibratory for ache*.-pains and nervous
disease*. MRS. ANDERSON. Prop., 1210 Mc
. Alllster st. near * illmore. Hours 10 to 10.
• ■ • . ;
KENT
" 2514 Wsshlngton
GERMAN nurse wishes a few more engagements
for message, manual and vibratory salt, bran,
medicated and Naubelm baths. BRIGHTON,
apt. 8. 743 Pine bet. Stockton and Powell;Powell
st. cars: ph. Kearny 4750; 11 a. ro. to 10 p. m.
A—SEPL'LVIDA baths, the greatest fat reducing
baths of the age; electric vibratory and Span
ish msssage; hour* 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. MRS.
SEPULVIDA. 2008 Setter bet. Flllmore-Stelaer. :
MME. FRENCH, masseuse—Treatments . given
at your home for ill aliments; ladle* only;
rapid method In physical culture taught. Phoce
. P.edtßJQt 3973.
AA—MRS. HOLSHOUSER. MAGNETIC SPE
, CIALIST 1084 Ellis. Mis* Mlnton. 11 to 5;
Weltmer graduate.
MME. UKY. late of N. V—Falling hair restored:
wrinkles removed: Cry's Hair Tronic, best on
earth. Suite 27-23, 102S Market; ph. Mkt. 1470.
TRY WIEDIE WILi-la RHEUMATISM REM
EDY snd get results: money back; $2 per bos.
$3] San Jw» *»'., Sail 1-l.r.r
MRS. J- 1. STEVENS, MIS* K. KNSOM. M. T..
581', Pacific • Vibratory • vacuum; boot*
-.109.a- Pause Sutter 1700.
GEO. D. GILLESPIE, doctor mechanotherapy and
electricity: - stomach, intestinal,- nervous - dis
" eases: frmal* troubles. 323 Geary; Doug. 4300.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute— Elec. treatment*
. .-.- and massage.- 535-7 Whitney bldg., 133 Geary.
MRS. C. ROSE. Mar : bra. 10 a. m, to 10 p. m.
• BATH &oe.
Alcohol; cocoarut; olive oil and magnetic treat*
ment. 2104 Sutler «L opp. Alcazar theater. "
ELECT, vibratory, massage and scalp treatment,
.mcd. baths. Mr*. Smith, apt. 205-6, 1493 Ellis.
WELLS—ScaIp, magnetic treatments. lOWA Mis
sion st.. room 56; 11 a. m. to 10 p. m.
DRINK HABIT CURED IN 3 DAYS: no hypoder*
rale*. NFIAL INSTITUTE. 1409 Satter st.
MAGNETIC treatment for rheumatism and liver
trouble, MRS. DR. VIERECK. 1212 Scott st.
MANICURING, vibratory facial and eealp treat
ment. 201 Harding building. 84 Bill* st. - -
HOT SALT BATHS (medical): massage for both
scar*. 419 • 15th St.. • Oakland. .■:' -„\ ■ \ . ,■,
A—THERAPEUTIC Inst., 1800 G. G. ay. apt. 39;
massage, medicated bath*, physical culture.
FANNY WOOD. Chicago masseuse; elec. sweat*;
Tib. 421 Whitney bldg.. 133 Geary j. 063*3.
ALMA CORTEZ Institute—Electric tre»t» and
i salt g10w....- 913 Van Ness cor. Ellis, suite 203.
MASSAGE. " manual - and - vibratory; ladies and
gents. : 707 Van Ness ay.. salt* 3. nr. Turk.
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON removes superfluous
balr. elec. needle: 23 yr*. practice. 1008 Sutter.
—^^p— ———i—^—— ——»——e—»—e—
PALMISTRY
A—PROF. WALLACE, great palmist.": clairvoy
ant, will give special trance rdgs. »* Introduc
tion for short. while at 500. .1437,Fillmore st.
MISS LAWRENCE, . card reader and palm.:.*..
i 1&18 Fillmore *t. -
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JUNE 8,; 1911.
SPIRITUALISM
POSITIVELY th* future truthfully told to all;
Dr. Howlaad'a 50c reading and teachings and
preparing others to read for other* correctly;
Sunday. Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday from 13
m.; Sunday to Wednesday .midnight. 25c; pub
lic circle each of these sights. 1230 Fillmore
■'. at., parlors 21-23.
MRS. K. LESTER, circle* Sun.. Wed.. Fri., 8
p. m.: Tour* 2 p.m.'; readings daily. 1426
Ellis st. • : .... _ ... .
GARRISON
1598 Jackson
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium; cod
saltation $1. at ber borne, 1104 O'Ftrrell; by
letter. 4 questions. $1. Phone Franklin 5024.
Mrs. Seal, medium: rdca. daily: officiates at mar
riages, funerals: cir. Tbn. 8 p.m.. 786 McAllister.
MRS L.H. KINNAIRD, coo dally. 10 to 4; cir.
Son.. Mon., Wed.. Fr... s p- m 1430 Fillmore.
y'- CLAIRVOYANTS
HENRY MANSFIELD" tells everything—names,
date, facts, secrets, health, hiuln»«», love,
marriage, mining, lawsuits, patent*. Inven
tions, treasure*, evil influences, spells, weak- j
ness, vitality, divorce. Develop* good . luck, I
magnetic power, psychic force, clairvoyants. I
Advice on family, business, financial troubles, ;
buying, selling, journeys, changes, where to j
locate. -palmist, crystal, spiritual life reader.
Reunites the separated, restores lost.affection.
Secret powers of control.- 1603% Fillmore St. .
Readings by mill, $1 (four questions). - I
EVA FAY, 1122 MARKET STREET. I
I don't ask you to have faith, but prove to you I
facts; have read for the most distinguished
people: tell ■ name*. •■ dates. facts, etc.: will i
bring About what you desire. lUlgs., mall, 25c. j
i _ INVESTMENTS .^., _
B. F. WAYLAND k CO.. BROKERS.
474-47« MONADNOCK BLDG.. SAN FRANCISCO.
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALS.
2.000 Ventura Oil Development Co © .OS
1,000 shares Section Six Oil Co <* .07
1,000 Alaska Petroleum k Coal C0..;...(y .12 j
1.000 shares Jewell Oil Co © .08 I
1,000 shares Ternplor Ranch Oil Co Cheap |
1,000 shares The La Blanc Oil Co Q .21
1,000 Poulsen Wireless Tel. A Tel. C 0..*5 .15
1.000 Aerial Telephone A Power Co .... ft .'2B i
1,000 shares Oakland Paring Brick Co.. > .55
1,000 share* Portsslrae Hills Oil C 0....© .30
1,000 share* Midway premier Oil C 0....© .85
1,000 Maricopa National Petroleum © .23
1.600 Lady Washington Oil Co © .04 '
1,000 shares August Oil C 0..:... ©'" .27 \
I.oooCalifornia Consolidated Oil C 0.... & .20
1,000 shares McCarty Wireless Tel. Co..© -SO
500 share* Pinnacle Oil Co © .08
500 Gasoline Safety Appliance Co © .80
500 shires Yellowstone Oil C 0..1 ft - .11
100 Bank of Germany (Oakland),.,..© 1.73
25 Call Automatic Switch Co © 1.35
25 Western State* Life Ins. Co © 17.80
20 English Marconi Wireless pref.,..«| v 8.00
BUY NOW—BARGAINS FOR SALE.
1.000 Four Uctafe S. A M. C 0,.......© $0.04
500 Section Six Oil Company « Cheap
1,000 Alaska Petroleum k Coal C 0....© .11
500 Puritan Oil Company © .05}*,
1,000 Ventura Oil Development C 0.,..© .05 .
1.000 Jewell Oil Co. la snap) © .08
1.000 La Blanc Oil Co « .10^
300 Ternplor Ranch Oil Co © Bid
000 Yellowstone 01! Co © .11
l.i-H-i California Con*. Oil Co ..,© .20
100 Pyramid Oil Cotunenv a .70
son August Oil Co. (wanted) © .2$
10 Western States Life Ins. Co « 17.00
4 Chiapas Rubber Plan. Co ....© 16.00
1 Telepost, series B & 5.00
10 Western Far. Motor Car Co © 80.00
40 Hoag Press (c0mm0n)..... St Bid
500 on Perm. Pet. Co. (wsnted) <& .81
P. M. HARRIS A CO..
751-753 Phelan Bldg.. San Francisco.
SHERMAN
2010 Leguna
• BRITISH PACIFIC COAL COMPANY ""*
8.820 acres. Now is your chance; "5c shares;
buy before they arc s"c and IBs. Inquire C.
KIDDLE, »gent. room 9. 742 Hirrison »t.
FINANCIAL
"ABBOTT" boy* BONDS." corporation STOCKS
and DIAMONDS; money loaned, 230 Market St.
— ■ , "..... „' '.'i ". '.' ... i ~-~-a
MINES AND MINING
..... ... _*g.— , , i l i ... i i n . ,r,,. ■
I WANT a mining man to work oa shares in a
first class gold mine: must have $300; best offer
ever made; references. Box 1926. Call office.
GOLD, amalgam, rich ore" bought; cash; assaying
BOc. Pioneer Assay Co., 131 6tb near Howard.
■' ■ ■■•" .i „ ■„,. „' ' ■ ..i...!. i ; _-=
MINING MACHINERY }
BEST placer machine made; has been proven by
practical working In placer ground; saves fins
Hour gold; very little water used: 1-10 h. p. re
quired. 207 Monadnock bldg., S. F., 2-5 p. m.
— ■ ' in „, „ .
MONEY TO LOAN
AAA—READY MONEY AT YOUR DEMAND.
SALARY LOANS. SALARY LOANS.
No lndoreer or security needed; your friends,
relatives or employer never, know of transac
tions. - Lowest rates. > >
LOANS. MADE LONG OR SHORT TIME. "
SEABOARD LOAN CO..
609 Chronicle bldg.. . Market and Kearny st*.
Office open 8 a. m. to (p. m. Monday and
' Saturday evenings until 8 p. m.
AAA—HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FDRNITCRE.
PIANOS, ETC.: $10 to $200: LOW COST: CON
FIDENTIAL: HONEST AND ARE DEAL.
CALL, WRITE OR PHONE.
3579 PACIFIC BLDG.. 4TH and MARKET.
PHONES—DOUGLAS 3265. HOME J-1741.
Oakland office. 518 First National Bank bldg.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other
security; lowest rate*; meet favorable terra* la
this city; tee other*, then see me and be con
vinced; I will save yon money: $2.25 weekly
repays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE
W. MILLER. 3000 let st. southwest corner
" Mission, room 35.
SALARY LOANS—SALARY LOANS. *
Pay all your bills: owe one party; money
advanced-without Indorser or security; see v*
now for rates. WESTERN LOAN CO.. 408 Call
bldg. -Office open until (5 p. m.; Monday and
> Saturday until 8. 'JiiP.W«sjtiC-.sa'»t'aa'Hl»jai 'alii
BONBOR
■ '. "". 2780 Slat St.
BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY.
\ Gold and silver Smiths.
' 20-33 Kearny at.
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
MONEY advanced salaried people permanently
employed! low rate*: easy term*; confidential.
. D. I). DRAKE, 201 Mechanics' bldg.. 048 Mkt.
AAA—SAL A 111 men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co.. 321 Paclan bid., third Boor.
—Wage earners, either mea or women, can
make a loan In strictest confidence at the Em*
r .i..ver«' Credit Co.. room-424 Monarjnoek hid?.
"•'•'J THHSIINOW or at ANY TIME. MEN or
WOMEN may obtain LOAN* at 43.1 PHELAS
BUILDING. PHONE DOUGLAS 3244. f
SALARY LOANS-.Ladle* end gentlemen without
security*, note* and commercial paper bought.
". 313 •;--: n-.'-- X«. '-irijr phone Douglas 1411.
A gentleman loans money on furn.. piano*; low
Int. HOAO. 001 Devlsadero; ph. Fillmore 301,
BORROW- money at - p. c. on diamonds, Jewelry,
i-M'' JEWELRY jo,; 111*. Ma-kef opp. Tte
CASH loaned to salaried men o.i not* without
Indo-ser. MORREI.L. "-97 Mon*dnoch hide.
ON furniture and piano*; no removal. TRE
MAIN, roam 811. 833 Market. nfrt Emporium.
GOLDEN GATE Loan Office, 110 Kearnv it.—
>.Low rata* on Jewelry ■ W. J. HESTHAL.
SALARY LOANS: other propositions. San Fran.
„[.,.., Discount Arencv.. 411 pselfie building. ..
MONEY TO LOAN— Real Estate
AAAA—WILL LOAN, st lowest Interest. No de
lay. On first, second.and third mortgages, es
tates, undivided Interests. Deal directly with
leader and save expenses. ,R. McCOLOAN. 502
-904 Call bldg., corner 3d and Market. Pbone
Douglas 2533. The oldest established and lead*
ing financial agency on the Pacific coast.
ANY amount on real estate, first or second mort
gages; no delay; lowest rare*. If your property
Is mortgaged and you need more money see us.
.; O. W. BECKER, Monadnock building. '6*l Mar*
.: ket st. Phone* Douglas 2150,'- Home J2150.
SECOND <mortgage i loans our specialty; If . your
; property Is mortgaged * and yon need mors
money, we can accommodate- you Immediately;
any sum. large or small. PROGRESSIVE IN"
VESTMENT CO.. DSO Sutter st.
ANY amount oa Ist or 2d mortgage*; bank later*
■: est. -. MORTGAGE i INVESTMENT I CO., iTOMIa
Monadnock building (Sac. Bhadbnra* Co.i.
MONEY to loan on Oakland. Berkeley, Alameda
and Fruit vale real eatate at 6 and 7 per cent.
;■■ GEO. •W, AUSTIN. 1018 Broadway. Oakland. *
MONE WANTED^
MORTGAGE LOANS.
If yon -.. have t money •to ia»e»t In . large f, or
•mall amounts call and see us. W* make no
charge for our service*. EDWARDS, BREWS
TER k CLOVER. Mill* bid;.,..- -
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
NOTICE OF • DISSOLUTION- OP COPARTNER
*.s- -..-,"; , - ' : SHlP..■>'. : v s .'- ..--..-;
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Plea**
I tike notice that tbe former copartnership lof
HARTNETT & McGLINCHBY, consisting of
John D. Hartnett and Peter McGltnchey, co
partners, has been dissolved by - mutual con
tent of said parties, and that neither of said
parties will hereafter be responsible ■ for debts
incurred by the other. "-.-.-
JOHN D. HARTNETT,
• ' PETER McGLINCHEY.
Dated San Francisco, thl* 26th day of May. 1911;
NOTICE is hereby given that l will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted by my wife
after June 5. 1911. W. M. FELLOWS.
LAMPERT'
2831 Bryant -
HAVING bought flat at I*l9 Peat St.. (11 bill*
must be presented before Friday. June 9. -
NAN A ROMANDIA.
PROPOSALS AND BIDS
PROPOSALS—ANNUAL ESTIMATE FOR THE
period ending June 30, 1012. for Steel Rail*.—
Sealed proposal* will be received at the office of
the General Purchasing Officer, Isthmian Canal
Commission, Washington, D. C, until 10;80
a. m.. July 18, 1811. at which time they will be
opened In public, for furnishing the above men
tioned articles. I Blanks - and general information
relating to thl* Circular (No. G35) m»y be ob
tained from this office "or - th* office* of the
Assistent Purchasing Agent*. 24 State street.
New York City; 814 Whitney-Central Building.
New Orleans, La., and 1086 North Point street,
' San Franclaco, Cal.; also from the V. 8. Engi
neer Office* In the following cities: Seattle.
j Wash.; Los Angeles. Cal.; Baltimore, Md.: Phil-
I adelphia, Pa.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Boston, Msse.;
Buffalo. „N. T.I Cleveland. O.; Cincinnati. 0.;
Chicago, 111.; St, Louis. Mo.; Detroit, Mich.; Mil
waukee, Wis.; St, Paul, Minn.; Chattanooga,'
Term.; Louisville, Ky.j Mobile, Ala., and Calves
ton, Tex.; Commercial Club, Kan*** City, Mo,;
Chamber of Commerce, Qulncy. 11L, and Cham*
ber of Commerce and Board of Trade, Tacoma,
Wash.—F. C. Boggs. Captain, Corps of Engi
neers, U. 3. A.. General Purchasing Officer. -
PROPOSALS FOR HAY AND OATS—Office
Depot Quartermaster, 1086 North Point at., San
Francisco. Cal., June 6, 1911. Sealed proposals,
la triplicate, will be received here until 11 a. m..
Pacific time, July 14, 1911. for furnishing and
delivering at Sao Francisco, CaL, or other prom,
lnent railroad point*. -10,000 tons bay aad 7,000
tons oats, for shipment to Philippine Islands,
Right Is reserved to accept or reject any or all
proposals or any part* thereof. Information and
i blank proposals furnished on application. En
velopes containing proposal*: to be endorsed,
"Proposal* for Forage, to be opened 11 a. m.,
July 14, HUI," and addressed U. P. YOUNG,'
Depot Quartermaster.
OFFICE PURCHASING COMMISSARY^ U. 5.
ARMY. 165 Fremont St.. San Francisco, Cal., May
10, 1911.--Sealed proposals, In triplicate, for fur
nishing »nd delivering subsistence supplies (to
matoes, . apricots, corn, peaches, pears, peas and
toilet paper), and in accordance with specifica
tions and conditions set forth In Circular No. 6,
War Department, Office Commissary " General,
Washington. D. C.. April 21. 1910. will be re
ceived at thia office until 11 o'clock a. m., June
10. 1911. Information furnished on application.
W. 11. HART. Major, Comgy.
SEALED bids will be received at th* office of
the secretary. University of California. Berke
ley, at 8:30 a. m.. Wednesday. June 7. for
each of the two contracts, as follows: (1) In
direct heating and ventilating for Agriculture
ball; (2) masonry and carpentry work, plumb
ing and electrical work, etc.. for Gtrton ball,
as per plaas and specifications on file at said
ef lice. . ' •
No bids will be received unless accompanied
by certified check or bond as specified, equal
to 10 per cent of the bid. to secure execution
of the contract by the successful bidder. The
right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA.
SEALED bids will be received at the office of ,
the secretary, University of California. Berke- ;
ley, at 9:30 a. m., Thursday. June 15, for a
frame dormitory at the university farm, Davia.
California, a* per plans and specifications on
file at said office. No bid* will be received
unlet* accompanied by a certified check, or
bond. In favor of the undersigned, equal to 10
per cent of the bid, to secure execution of the
contract by . successful , bidder. The right 1*
reserved to reject any or all bids.
the REGENTS OF the university ,OF
: CALIFORNIA. .- w . -
THE FILLMORE,BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1867 FILLMORE STREET*. :
... CITY REAL ESTATE
LIPMAN A Hißl-CHLER, 321 BUSH ST.
LIPMAN A HIRSCHLER. 821 BUSH 6T.
, Phone Douglas 3644. ■ -
■ "SUNSET AND RICHMOND DISTRICTS."
•SUNSET AND RICHMOND DISTRICTS."
Lots, Houses, Fists,
Lots. Houses, Flats.
North and South of Go'll'KN GATE PARK.
North and South of GOLDEN GATE PARK
' on • ■. ■
EASY TERMS.
EASY TERMS. .
Call at our - '
- SUNSET} OFFICE, cor. H st. and 7th ay.
SUNSET OFFICE, cor. H st. aod 7th ay.
BEACH OFFICE, cor. Fulton at. end 49th ay.
BEACH OFFICE, cor. Fulton st and 49th ay.
(At terminus of McAllister nt. ears.)
Open Dally. Including Sunday.
LIPMAN A HIRSCHLER. 321 BUSH ST.
Phone Douglas 3044.
40 ACRE dairy and Chicken farm, 1 mile from
• Oakdale, on main county road: bl,:bly im
proved; includes cows, hogs. 1.000 blooded
chickens; separators, bone grinders, : electric
motors; cow barns have concrete floor*; Imme
diate possession;, a real bargain a. $22,500;
term* one-third cash, balance to suit pur
chaser. Give this your attention. -
H. L. ELDRIDGE k CO.,
Sixth floor Phelan building. San B*i■ mi taaa
CITY lots '-'sxloo for $10 month without Inter
est or taxes; McEnemey title; 6c fare, owl
cars, 35 minutes to 3d and Mission st*-; Spring
Valley water; cheapest and best located lot* In
San Francisco. Take car No. 28 In Guerrero
st. to Lakevlew ay. RIVERS BROS., 461
. Montgomery st. -: , ' '-■'-.
$7,000 —Greatest bargain in the Mission warm
• belt: Fair Oaks St.; 10t,25x128; 3 flat* of 6
room* each and 5 room cottage la the rear; all
•treat and sidewalk* done; also bulkhead. For
particular* address box 1971, Call office.
FOR Something new In flats: new designs,
new style of finish; separate entrances! finest
location In Western addition, overlooking recre
ation ground* in G. G. park: 7th ay. and H st.
See E. B. HALLKTT on premises. .
8 BLOCKS of 4. 5, 6 sod 8 room cottage* and 2
story buildings now building at iota ay. and
■: Fulton st.; i $3,900 to $7,000 each; terms %
cash, balance same a* rent. F. NELSON,
builder. - i ,
. BLUMBER
" '-. 857 Jackson •
.--___«_-______-————_—_ _—_^___
SNAP—For sale, 4 room cottage and lot 28x100
. feet 100 feet from car line. Apply or address
S3 Arlets ay.. Bar Shore district. >
$2,750 -ca«h price $6.200—Tw0 . modern flat* ' 5
• and & rooms. . Al condition, v*>-tli $5,200. Good
home and Income- Apply I4to Height.
IF YOU OWN A LOT we will build Just what
yon < want: pay r like • rent. - Com* •■ and * talk ,It
.<•:. over.' New Era Bid*.: Co..; Inc., 8297 Mission st.
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company, Mills
I bldg., insure your title ■*•■. time., save money.
COUNTRY REAL EST A
ALAMEDA COUNTY ACREAGE— 'j- V^'.';'-: I
$300—530 down. $5 a month; between, Oak
land and Hayward; -Vi - acre In full bear-
Ing fruit tree*: V* block to E 14th St car
Snap ever. V» . acre; $975—5200 cash; on X
14th »t car line; finest sou In the state.
! 8 • acre* ,on Feotfalll ■ boulevard; $2.000—-$2OO
cash, easy monthly pay meat*.
$420,'-. terms; < apricot - and cherry orchard; '. U
'•(• acre to 5 acre*; 200 feet from X 14th st.
car; line; finest orchard la California; soli |
best; la- tbe state. "-'■■
I 2 acre* at $750 each. .-.. .
; . ■:. $160 1 cash, balance easy monthly pay
/ meats; spring water running on this prop
: *rty; <& block ?to car line: between Oak
lard -• and Hayward, : and *we can < honestly
say that this property is $500 below - th*
market value; thia price Is good until June
15, ■ 1911. " "" -'':.;
Write •st once : for ', direction* bow *to see
tbe ? property, term*, etc.; auto , service,
'J'- McHENRT/Ac KAISER, '■
1208 Broadway, . Oakland.
(Ground floor Central bank, bldg.) .
80 ACRES of line land In the San Raman valley,
.south of Walnut Creek; 12 fin* hearts* English
walnut trees. 118 acres I la' young * walnuts, 40
■■-" acres ; fine ,hayi and balance In potatoes, toma-
V toes . and l garden ?. truck: i batidlngs - fair; » heat
buy; In the valley rlf; taken soon. = B. A.' AB
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Phone Your Advertisement to Kearny 86
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
„,. . ijim^nr^m> | n;> Coattlißiie(i ■- „ ■„. ■,■,-.
.. IRRIGATED FARMS
MERCED COUNTY.... SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY
MERCED COLONY NO. 2. 8,000 acre* 10 small
tract*, oa the mala line of th* Santa Ft; station
on land. In the heart of a proven - district.
Deep, rich, sandy loam soil, unexcelled for al
falfa. Fruit, grapes, berries f. and vegetable*
yield handsome returns. A plentiful supply of
Irrigation water from an old established system.
Our first buyer* were California farmer*, many
from Merced county. Beat land In California for
tbe price. Call or write today for llerature.
CO-OPERATIVE LAND k TRUST COMPANY,
595 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO.
Exclusions Tuesday* and Friday*.
BALDWIN * HOWELL
Healdsburg, Sonoma county; vineyard; 283 acre*
in bearing, 2 to 5 years old; all resistant
sick; 130 acre* - more suitable for' planting.
This ,year's crop should be worth $12,000 to
815,600. Immediate possession given; com
plete winery; 260,000 gallon capacity; all tools
and equipment; 14 horses, etc.; can contract
grape* for 10 years at $20 per ton. A bargain,
(726) .
213 acre*, Willlts. Mendocino county, near town;
nearly all sediment bottom land: SO acres In
wheat; family orchard; good buildings; con
siderable personal property Included; . Imme
. diate possession given. If looking for a ranch,
when you examine this you will go no further.
Extra easy term*. • . (832)
BALDWIN & HOWELL, 318-324 KEARNY. ST.
STANISLAUS COUNTY FARMS
$86 AN ACRE for deep level soil, irrigable from
■ new system In tbe-South San Joaquin district,
6 mile* from Oakdale; 1,000 cord* standing
'live oak wood, balance clear; 60 acre* now in
oat* yield 15 sacks per acre. I Thl* price "is for
a quick sale; 150 acres in tbe piece; terms
one-third cash, balance long time. .- •* . -
320 acres grain ranch; '_-*»"> acre* good farming
land, balance pasture; fenced into 5 fields;
good 7 room bouse, 2 ham*, windmill, . tank,
granary, etc.; 12 ■ miles - from . Oakdale main
county road; prTrv. $22..'.0 per acre; - term*
$2,700 cash, balance on mortgage ,
H. L. r.LDKJDGE A CO., /
Sixth floor Phelan building,' S»n Francisco.
1 ACRE,. 4 room cottage.'windmill and barn;
$2,250: close to car line. Tik'rmtrm'^iTrw'iiißaji
Email cblcken ranch; 5- room cottage, barn
and fruit trees; $1,500; close to car line. -
4 room cottage; lot 85x123; $1,20"; /-lose to
car line.
3 room cottage, bath and laundry; lot Ox
105; $1,400. -
I have small ranches for aale.
J. E. KING. * Telegraph ay.. Oakland.
FOR sale— $50 per - acre, , Solano • county,
mar Dixon, the great dairying center of north
ern California ; 330 acre* of rich, level, sandy
loam soli; splendid far- alfalfa: plenty of
water; electric power for pumping; lights;
splendidly located; 3 frontages on main road;
will make an ideal ■ dairy , ranch or fine for
subdivision; price only $50 per acre; adjoining
lands held at $100, For full information ad
dress OWNER. box 2168, Call office.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS?
20 and 40 acre tracts, flrat class land, all un
der Irrigation and within 2 miles of a shipping
point on the & P. R. R.. for $125 per acre; one
fourth cash and no other payments to be made
before 8 year*, and then the balance la 3 equal
annual payments; this is an unusually good op
portunity for * person with limited mean* to ac
quire * home in the famous San Joaquin valley.
For particulars address th* B. W. CHILD CO.,
Turlock, Cal. .:'.'.
BEAUTIFUL country home and income ranch, 2
miles.couth of St.' Helena, • Napa valley; 210
acre*, with j-esUtant vineyard, pasture, rolling
bills with timber; 2 good modern bouses of 12
and 6 room*, with magnificent view of valley;
workmen's quarters, coachhouses, stables, etc.;
Jersey cows, horse*,' farm implements. Apply
. to owner,
J. E. M. INN'ES,
St. Helena. Cal.
$25 rash secure* 5 acre* of th* finest land la
Alameda county; choice for berries, vegetables,
' fruits, walnuts, almonds and poultry;'nothing
better at any price; close to town; 2 railroad*
through the land; rich and level; we have just
what you want; abundance of water. RICH
VALLEY LAND COMPANY, 180 Sutter st.
$17 an acre—GREAT BARGAIN.. 1.280 acres
2 miles from station near Auburn; well Im
proved, 100 acres olives. 600 acre* > clover
with irrigation. ~ balance oak timber; good
buildings; all fenced; one-third .-ash. Great
money making place la choice location. Write
C. M. WOOSTBR C 0..703 Market »t„.S. F.
. COULTER
,530 Bum. Vista '
PERSONS seeking Call fore I* land, Sutter county
is the best -in, the state for deep, ■ rich, sandy"
loam soil, free - from . adobe, Imrdpan and : al
kali. For valuable i.U .itmti.m on California
lands write to W. ■■■!!. MEVEIAB, 755 I 1: c. ,j
.'■', building, - Sea --I'll -1 ■■■ ;; ■ "^^*" -•
FOR sale, by owner—A'fine orchard of 28 acre*,*
• ne«r Palo Alto in warn: belt: In highest Mate
; of cultivation *oil a rich sandy-loam: excellent
car service; will tell all or perl price ceases).
-hi. . Addr»M box 4<tJ. Palo Alto. ''*!■
WANTED, country lands—We .is established a
couuti- laud dcnarUceit nd bar* buyers for
ujo«i any sort of property.
... y: REALTY HONrS i SANC*. CO., ,
1172 Broadway, Oakland.
$5 an acre—loo a re farms: rich garden lend!
Sonera delta Mexico; supsrb cllmtts; eat*.
loguc tree, CM, .WOOSTER C 0,,; 732 Mar*
_.' ket i.-. . ' - . '•''"'-'■"•"' •"--- -
480 acres, close to: Livingston, - Merced county,
- Cal,; good cnlonla".- preppulttsa; subdivided
'.', Into -40 - sere tracts. . i. N,» -RITCHCoCIv
- REALTY. '" Livingston. ■ -1. " :::;,
BURNS
2415 FoUom
SANTA . CLARA '■. valley improved D: aire vine
, yard,. orchard and poultry farm*r near-depot:
'■i> low price,■ easy . term*; catalogue free. - C. -M.
WOOSTER CO- 703 Market at. ;
UNDECIDED which to tavestlgaie? Ask us about
it. ' Unbiased Information free. ■. California
I Realty Information Bureau. 948 Market, : B. F.
SELL for ' VI» value ail or part 200 acrea. ; highly
. cultivated. ' Income j land: ■ Aadru* - Island. See
owner, 429 Monadnock , bldg. . .. : :\* ■?.-
FOB sale—Gentleman* country teat: woods, lake,
acreage; $30 000, Owner, box 1962, Call office
!s"■'■ I. i,I. !„f „ ■-„■,■■ ' ', "t. > ii ,i,
ELM HURST REAL ESTATE
6 f ROOM bouse; .- high .1 basement; ? let. 50x140.
. . Owner. ;22 Telegraph , a v.. Oakland. - .
THE FILLMORE BRANCH. nr THE CALL IS
'.-» AT;1657, FILLMCKE STREET.',-, ,:
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
REAL estate auction sale of property that must
and will be esoid. An extra fin* chance to
speculate.- gale Saturday. June 10, at 1 p. m.,
at our auction rooms, 1007 Clay st. near 10th,
Oakland. .
On account of departure of. the owner for
Europe we have been Instructed to sell an Ideal
home, situated in a park of Its owe, near tbe
car lines and with a view that is unsurpassed.
i it 1* known as 674 East 27th «t. between 13th ,
and 14 th; ays., Kast Oakland; 3 lots In the
■ rear, about 40x98 each, and facing East 2Sth
*t., will also be gold; Inspection of bouse from
3t05 p. m. Go and see 'this property If you
want something good. No limit or reserve.
Special term*.
tot 25x105. on Fairview a v., 138 feet west
; of Sacramento st.. Lorln station, Berkeley.
On account of owner living la Portland, we
will also sell two houses, known a* 1184 and
i . 1168 Mb st. between Adeline ami Magnolia
.. sts., Oakland: one bouse contain* 5 room*, the
; other 8 room*, with lots 23 ft. 6 In. by 101
and 18 by 101. well located aad always rented.
A good ;■ Investment. Term* If desired. No
; limit or reserve.
1 J. A. MTJNRO & CO.. Auctioneers.
BEAUTIFITL 6 room bungalow; lot 40«150; fac
ing 2 «treet»; 2 block* to Key Route: 1 block
t#car hue la Piedmont; $5,600; term*. ■■'<'■■■■-,
V- room cottage and a 2 room cottage In rear;
lot 43x125; $3,400; in Piedmont: term*. '
; 2 room cottage, furnished; lot 25xl«0; all:
fenced In; sidewalks; $600.
• I' have some „ice building lot* -la South
Berkeley ami homes, on easy term*.
J. E. KING. 5 Telegraph ay.. Oakland.
.. . ' i" - EXTRA SPECIAL
Modern 2 story building about 4 years old. con
sisting of 6 rooms above end store below; very
close in. being *old under foreclosure at the
extremely low price of $2,750: mortgage of
$1,300 can remain if desired. If yon want a
real snap do not fall to see this one. „
V. F. MINNEY. 410 14tb »t.. Oakland.
Just esst of Broadway.
I Phone Oakland 2403.
FOR aale—-By owner, furnished 5 room modern
cottage; finished baiemeat;.good condition: also
E$ room cottage, la-rear;, rented;, all improve-
I meats in; will sacrifice; good Investment; easy
term*; going east. 1659 2Cth ay. between
I 23d «nd 24tb st*.. Oakland.
BLOCK
2410 Folsom
BARGAIN—SS,SOO; elegant 7 r. bouse; sleeping
porch; hardwood floors; i firepUcea; located in
, Oakland's choicest - residence ' district: $500
down, balance $3,500 per month. Owner, 201
Sbwldon biiig.. gaa Francisco.
?OR sale—2 houses, income $50; $8,000; mort.
$1.400. 508-510 45tb st. nr. Telegraph «v., Oak.
FOR sale at a bargain; 1 or 2 modern cottage*
in Eimhtirst. Call at Cs7 Golden Gate ay.
LOT 4.-,xi00.-E. 14th at.. 6th and oth ay*., $00
per foot, v-e* owner, 260 E. 12th *t.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE^
i FOR *ale— bungalow at 1508 Josephine st;
( 6 room*,' hall, nice front porch, ■ fireplace, gas
I and electricity; thoroughly modern; will be
j completed «bout June 10: floe-view in all dlrec-
V Hon*.', especially marine; lot 4<lxl3S; 1 block
| Grove St. - car . line; price .$4,200; - term*. See
I owner and builder, J. T. OWEN, on premises or
) at 1539 Henry St.. Berkeley.
j FOR exchange— acres In the beautiful So
noma valley; 11 acres vineyard, 20 acres or.
\", chard, balance In bay; all fenced; fine soil;
water In abundance; will trade for cottage In
Berkeley. $3,000 or over; large crop; price
$b,OOO. Call room 280, Bacon block, Oakland.
CROWLEY ' -
'1530 Pine
RARE opportunity for coiner lot In Berry Bangs
tract; near all car lines and college. Address
owner, 2608 Derby st. - Tel, . Berkeley 932. i
18 FT. 3 2-3 inches by 150 ft; at 2018 Shattnck.
for sale; bids above $1,025 * front toot consid
ered. 508 Berkeley National Bank
HAYWARD REAL ESTATE
BE SURE .TO VISIT SUNNY SLOPE TRACT
THE BEST YET.
Ideal aitbdivlslon for poultry raising. " Only 3
mile* ei*t of Hayward. '.;.-.'
-.Well watered; fronting en th* proposed Dublin
! boulevard, only v mil* to pnblle echeol. aad you
| can buy 3. 5 or. 10 acre; tracts from $TS to $200
| per acre: term*, third down, . third 'la I year,
; third In 2 years; no Interest, no taxes.
Why boy * suburban lot wben you can get «
I choice tract of thia acreage for leas money, from
I which yon can make an Independent living 7
Apply to th* owner. W. E. Procter. 683
17th «t.. Oakland. Telephone Oskland «!Me.
• .■*■*■;. GETNER '
, - , . 136 Rosacea
BARGAINS in 1 acre or inure. Oil 2 railroads
• sad electric -line;, adjoining the: town;, best of
soil: prices - law »re ■"- up kg : estate, tasy
terms, send for mans, etc.
ROBINSON" A "GUNNING.
Genet*! Ages for Lands of Meek Estate.
■■■ ■' ■ * nayward. CaL -
THB-riLLMOIIS BRANCit OF THE CALL 13
■AT .1C57 FILLMORE 9TKEKT. V.
■^ARI^JCOKREA L^ ESTATE ■
| FAIRFAX- MAJfOR—S mia. frem :V»irUt^*Z
m tienj.l hr.' via;S*usa!lto;.prelectdla»e.te; no
fog}. IMs- $150 «p; acr*»se;<. hill*.«r-level;
..- trer* or open; perfect fcuia* place: bring lescbJ
* Ss? It.' Ro->rn.7os, UO. Market.-at... 3. F. -/*
fi 4/^ MATEO REALjESTATjf
' - HOUSES, MT9. AQnxAaitr~~~*,
SAN MATEO, BL'IU.INGAMB AND rUNINHTJLA
" THOii. T.i,WISEMAN. 155 SL'TTF.nsT.
WANTED
j FOR t«b, au.v.berirti'n'in's'-.'Oiklsßi business
I corner,'.vacant,-.that- l"l sultsUe fc-r stores at
-tbi* titne'tir-.to |mf>.(i«).'-Apply..:. : -,<. ( - ■
! D. F. MINNEV, 410 Uth su: Oakland,'
i • Jn*t'c*»t of 'way. ■-."-'
-. Phoae; Oakland > 2403. -
i SANTA CRUZ REAITeSTATE
I iiOitKa. '«a«bes "acrs-jg*,'.; exchange., price It**.'
I BAVIP' i. WiLt-ox, jjaatt, cnw.-ct, - -
_ LUMBER FOR^ALE^
NEW boards. shingles, ,'sL«rVustl"e?"''«^'
;■•>Country. order*, solicited, ♦ 83 loth at., B,* p. „
Way fae»t lets aa ante, alayer ataass.
library >la 1 The I Call'a * Book lovers' Co a.
test? ■on can start rlsrbt bow. -, Get
30 picture* and coupons free. Uead la
day's tvateet ■tar*
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REAL ESTATE THAXSACTIOXS
Harry and Angela Pool et al.. minors (by ■
guardian) to Beatrice Pool, two-fifths interest in
i lot in N line of Sacramento street, 100:9 E of
Pierce, E 25 by N 128; $4,000.
August Richter to.Edward J. Roberts, lot at
I NW comer of Thirty-seventh avenue and Moraga
| (M) street, N 100 by W 00. aud 20 other pieces;
$10.'-:. >-v- -" ■< :-. . ■ .',-*.-•'
j Kate and Valentine la Blanche to Byron c.
. Gurnette et al., lot in S line of Beaver Street,
250 E of Castro, E 25 by 8 118; $10.
Sol Gctz & Sons (a corporation) to; David 0,
Hanchett, lot in W lice of Eighth avenue. 225 81
of Lincoln way street). R 25 by W 120; $10.
George 8. Lillie to Wllhelmienc C. Mitts, wife
of Ferdinand A. Mletz, lot in 8 line of Twenty
eighth avenne (Vale), 150 W of Dolores street,
W 25 by 8 114; $1".
John P. Jacobs to Margaret S. Jacobs, wife,
lot at SE corner of Noe and Cumberland streets,
E 105 by S 25: $10.
-- H. B. I'nderhlU and wife (Kate C.) to Alice
W. Brlgham, lot In N line of Valiejo street,
145 Wof Broderick. W 37:6.by N 137:6; $10.
Robert Park to Alice W. Brlgham. lot In N
line of Valiejo street, 100 W of Broderick,' W
45 by N 137:0; $10. -
Henry Zecher and wife (Louisa) to Annie
McGleunon,' lot In S line of Twentieth (treat,
130 W of Sancbea, W 25 by 8 114; $10.
George D. gbadburne and wife (Florence Me-
Kay i to John P. Magce, lot In N line of Alva*
raOo street, 153 W of Sanchea, W 25 by N
114: -$10.•-- ■-..-■••..
- Michael Crowley to Gusele. Smith, lot at SE
corner of Liucoln way (H streettv and Twenty
first avenue. E 30 by 8 J 00; $10.
Conrad Bill and wife (Elizabeth, to Jeremiah
and Magdalen* Donovan,- lot at NE corner of
Valiejo and White street*. I 81 by N 62:6; $10.
Angela Delmoate and jvlfe (Assunta) to Ar
thur Gosliner and Maurice Salomon. I'd In W
line of Trenton street. 112:0 N of Jackson,
194:6 E of Powell. N 25 by W 57: $10.
E. or Etieane Message! to Aline, Message*
(wife), lot In E line of laurel street, 100 \ of
Clay, N 26:4 - E 106. N 2f1:4V4, E 31:6, 3 25,
W 25. S 27:« U. W 112:6: gift.*
Jackson M. Peoples to Syrine E. Peoples
wife), lot.la W line of Tlolores street. 227:8
N of Sixteenth, S sS;B*i, W 288:8, N 58:8, H
200:3' a ; gift.
Homer T. Bl'kel aid wife {Abby Frlnk) to
Nellie Carlson (wife of Cfcai A.), lot In KB
line of Seventeenth avenue. South,. 206 NW of
P street, NW 50 byNE 100. $10. •
Su**a Gray to Joseph Francl* Klrchr"-. lot In
E line of Arch street 100 N of Stanley, N 50
by B 100: $10.
M. T. Symington to' Lilian If. Grimes, lot in
W line of Buchanan street. 34:6 N of Kate
Ulermaan). N 30:8 by W P0: Jio.
■. Leon Fleiscbman to William and Fred Fleisch
man, let 7. block 17. Fclrmoiinr tract: $10.
Ralph Lemtte to Nettle L. I-emue (wife). lot
in 8 line of Fulton sn-ect. lit?:.- P. of Central
avenue (fLett street). E 50 by S 137:6, and four
other pieces: $—.
C. S. Benedict to Emma H. Benedict. let in
NE line of Thirty-third avenue South, 50 SE of
I J street. SE 50 he NE 100, and one ..titer
piece; gift. - ■. . - „.
Loring K. Phillips to T.arbsra Phillips (wife),
lot In N line of Twenty-second street. 200 w
of Castro street, W 25. by N 75; gift.
George Hartman and wife, Susanna Ilarvman,
to Max Malte Aug-st Frisk and wife, Elisabeth
Frisk, lot in W line of De Haro street. 400 N of
Twenty-third. N 8 by W 106); $10.
Rivers Brother* to Nicholas Finn, lot 0, block
B. Columbia height*; $10.
Eleanor 8, Hadley to Eugene S. Hs.llf • lot In
S line of Lincoln way. 40 W of Twenty-first ave
nue, W 85 by S 10©: $10.1 -
I Jobsnna Kfause to Patrick H. Murphy, lot ln 8
Mine of Lombard street. 137:8 W of Buchanan, W
155 by 8 120; $10.
Bessie (or Betsy) Dowling to John .T. Christian,
i lot In S line -if Hill street. 50:11 E of Sanchez.
E 25:6 by 8 114: $10. „
I Romeo C-apelll to Mary Lavarerif et el., lot In S
I line of Grove street, 99:6 E of Octavla, E 79 by
8 120; $10. •■*■■ ..
j H. H. Hanger and wife. ■ Parakara Hanger, to
Northwestern hospital, lot in S line of Bash
I street. 54 W of Webster, W 23 by 8 75: $1,
| Alice O. Kills to Alice T. Ellis, lot in N line
of Ford street. 210 E of Noe, i: 25 by N 114;
gift.- '•-•-,.•.-.
V. Gambonls MinKr-lH and wife, F.lllt* Gam
bonl Maazltellt,* to L. N. 1.-orcnzeti. Jots 0 to 11.
block 55, City land association: $10.
L. H. Moise and wife. Harriett If. Moise. to
F. N Dodd, lot in NW line of London street. 125
NE of Brasil avenue. NE 25 by NW 100; $10.
Rivers Brothers to G. H. A. Geick. lot 2, block
J. Columbia heights: $10.
Estate of John. Margaret and Edward Caplice,
minors (by guardian), to Charlotte 8. Linden,
lot in SW line of Moss street. 123 SE of How
ard, 8E 25 by SW 75; $1,850. - '
Estate of John. Margaret and Edward Cepllce,
minors (by guardian), to John O'Connor, lot. In
XW line of Tehama street, 325 SW of Fifth. 8W
Zs;ibj NW73; $2,265,
Building Coatracts
Peter *nd Francis O'Reilly with J. J. Heaphy—
To erect s two story and basement frame build
ing la E 'In* of Tenth avenue, 123 N of Cabiillo
•treet, 25x120; $3,040.
John Melerdlerk* with Boscus Brother* et al—
To erect a three story, mezzanine and basement
reinforced concrete bonding In S line of Howard
1 street, 87:6 Eof Fourth. E5O by ISO: $35,715.
I W. E. Senn with H. T. Grieb— work except
i plumbing, painting and finishing hardware In N
I line of C»rmel street. 125 E of Belvedere, E 25
by N 125:11 %; $1,000.
Paolo k Glovainnl Molinar! wltb B. Pagano—
For a three story and basement frame building
in N line of Lombard street, 85 W of Stockton,
24x137:6; $5,950. ; 4*
Morris ; Oner with * Val * Fran* ;et all —For a
time . story frame building at ■SE - corner of
Have* and Cough streets, S 120 by E 15; $2.1.361.
. E. O. ■. Rle*er, . trustee.; estate of John , Beyle,
with Healy Tlbbitta construction company—
repairing wharf on water - trout at- Potrero;
$4.88*. -„ ' --:-. -/-.. :- -„ ...
. Thomas Gilmour with P. P. ■ Ralston two
! story and basement frame building in N line of
Euclid avenue, E of First; $7,247.
COAL s DEALERS ARGUE
A BURNING QUESTION
ffIBWAV' ■■• ''«— ~'*&£**&gk&9t£Bß2i
..* BEE.KEL*T»". i June:7 .*—The' argument
betwoen local. coal dealers waxed warm
last nisbt aseath' attempted to con
vince Herkoley board of education
of.the f.Uperlor merits of their particu
lar fern of coal. Bids had been, en
tered -.for supplyingythe'.*fuel to: the
Berkeley echc.ois ; durlnii*. the coming
year," and', the;;,statistics produced re
garAlxiSt sefflcienQy, ".percentage, heat
units and tali residue were Interspersed
with atateroenta £of a■- more personal
.aract.r. The forensic T flames sub
j sided; however, and 'the board decided
to order one-third Kenilworth and two
thirds Wellington. - $&&ttgB£&tipW%
/William, E. Chamberlain, who had
charge of; the concerts I given In the
high ? school auditorium during the last
term,; reported a surplus ;of about " k $200. r
The amount wasv turned '. over to him
as, a fund tor similar concerts next
term. ■ *' :..""'**-r*a£s3!!^
j ■.-.;. In 5 executive session, after the meet- .
ing;, ? the ;board*approved i;the recom
mendations of : ; Superintendent' F. F.
Bunker In'regard; to 1 the reappointment
of the ; old teachers." The; new teachers
have j not been appointed, ■. The question
of the salary schedule will be decided i
by the new board, which" takes ofllca
July 1* -.;■ '^SSLWBLt

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