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APARTMENTS
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PACIFIC ay. -ear Buchanan st.—Beautiful 0
room and bath apartment; setect neighborhood:
finished In mahogany and oak: will decorate to
suit. THE .MCCARTHY COMPANY, phone
Douglas 5713.
BPHIER apartments, 227 IMb St.—-Central Iocs
tlon: best car service: sunny, 2 room apart -
meats, furnished. $11 and up: unfurnished. $9;
convenient to Market and stores; well lighted
street.
JUST completed. LOIS APTS., 1150 Clay st. est.
Cushman nr. Taylor; 10 mm. 3d and Mrkt.—All
outside rms.; handsome 3 r. apt., steam heated.
hot water, wall beds, hardwood floors; $35-s4o.
4V-- THE HENRY APTS..
864 Ellis st. near Van Ncsa ay.
Jnst opened; sunny and elegantly furnished,
Btedern 2 rm. apts.. With bath; rent reasonable.
CRAIG 'COURT Apt!. NT" -or. California and
Buchanan sts.—2 snd 9 room, sunny apts..
turn, and unfurn.: steam heat: hot water; best
of service: $25 to $50. Tel. West 2892.
•NORTHERN APT. 850 Piue st. bet. Mason and
Tivlor—Completely furn. 2-3-4 rm. apts.; finest
in the <itv; all outside rooms: all modern im
prove.; steam beat: janitor serv.; just opened.
ATHENIAN APT.. 9*9 P-TH st- near Larkin—
Jnst <_ened; 2 and 3 rms.. furn. and unfurn.;
all light, sunny; dressing rooms, wall beds, re
frigerators, elevator. Janitor service.
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Stanyan. Frederick and* Golden Gate park: not
a dark room in the house; up to date in every
respect; elevator service, etc.
TAYLOR st., 1254. nr. Washington—3 room apt.;
2 wall beds, ess range, linoleum, hardwood floors.
stesro heat, hot water: walk, distance: $52.50.
ALLTSON APTS., 1250 O'Farivll—Spacious, sun- \
py, 2 and 4 rm. apts. completely turn.: Isnttor;
also sunny Hedroom; summer rates: $22.50 up.
AA—COLUMBIA PARTMENTS, cor. Ellis and
Polk sts.: strictly modern; unfurnished family
apartments; references required.
COLUMBUS APTS., NE. cor. Pacific and Larkin—
2 rooms, unfurnished. $13 up; completely newly
furnished 3-4 rooms, $35 up.
CLARA St.. 285. nr. ''.th. walking distance---2
and 3 r. apts.: ess raagea; wall beds: 815 nr>.
EUREKA Apts., Mkt. and 17th sts.—-Beautiful 3
and 4 rm. apts.; phone; Janitor service; sunny.
TERRA BUENA APTS., 1114 Sutter—2-3 rooms,
hatb: furn. complete: hotel service: references.
RAN ARDO APTS., 1372 Pine—2, 3 and 4 room
apartments, fnrn. or unfurn.: elevator: modern.
MENDEL Apts.. 415 Jones cor. Ellis—2-3 rooms:
elegantly furn'd: single rooms; refs. required.
FULTON St.. 2440—Sunny, furn. apts.. 2. 8 or 4
rms.. facing G. G. park: car 5; $1"
. ; i — — I—
SUNNY. 2 room, cor, apt.; cor.. Union and Hyde
ate.; rent $25.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
F RWISHEJ)ji PAR FMENTS^
6rTTER at.. l0;;.--.San Juan apts.; cleg. furn.
3 and 4 room apts.: all modern conveniences.
GATES HOTEL Apt?.. Fill. cor. Geary; strictly
mod.; 2 rm*. $••">; single rra-. prlv. bath. $15 up.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
ARONA. T7<s McAllister st.—Sunny single and
housekeeping rooms; hot and cola water; free
baths: $2 per week and up.
BRODERIEK et. 239—- Nicely furnished sunny
housekeeping rooms: also one large unfurnished
room; bath, phone, laundry.
BAKER. 310. opp. G. G. park—Two sunny front
housekeeping rooms nicely furnished; $3.50 per
week.
BUSH st., 1-65—Nicely furnished, larci-, umsmf
housekeeping room: running water: $10 atostb;
small room $7 month.
CALIFORNIA &t.. SKIT, bet. Webster and Witt
more—New furniture, new reliable Baa
ranges, new Brussels earpeta, grate, bath,
sunny hskpg. moms: $12 up. Phone West 84M■
t.LARA. It*, r»r. sth—2 rooms for housekeeping:
rent $7.
EDDY st.. 813. Tbe Burton —Sunny rooms ter*
nisled for light housekeeping; hot-cold water
every room, electricity, phone, bath: $15 me.
EDDY st., SSI, Imperial hotel--.'; connecting
rooms: electric light, hot water: $2."i.
EDDY st.. 1540—flouskeeping rooms, eorjrnletely
furnished; light, water, gas. pboue; $13 mo.;
single rooms. $1.50 -___.
EDDY St., 1803, earner Scot! — Large .root -nony
r-orner room and complete kitchen: $1." month.
EDDY st.. 983— Elegjnt r* i-idonce: 8 beautiful
sunny connecting front roema; conveniences;
completely furnished: $35 per month.
ELLIS. 1263-Clean, supnv room; small kitchen,
running water, large closet: free tel.: near in.
FILLMORE st.. i"',4—Nicely furnished, sunny
rooms: _ac of kitchen, bath and laundry;
$S month.
FILLMORE ft.. CilO -( ';is-i l.oiru:' completer
furnished lioiisekecpin. suite?. $1 week.
FELL st., |___ — 1 n>nt hay window room and
kitchen completely furnished; running water.
_»s. eleetvtelty; $!_,
FAIR OAKS st.. 227—Twi* ____« front retort*,
nicely furnished for honse_-eping: nesr rwo
car linen: rent reasonable. Pivme Mlesloa Tl-l'.
FRANKLIN st., 101 >.*'»— Elegant, clean rooms in
homelike bouse; all conveniences; $17, $12
and $b.
FRANKLIN St., 1247 -Sunny frmt suite com
pletely furn. ; running water, phone; $15 mo.
FILLMORE at.. |-1B -_Nr_ anally housekeeping
rooms, unfurniehed; make offer.
Room f
GOt'GH St., ~ "','.< • at and hack parlor
with kiuhpu. it.-. .*..-, 1..-:- mo. West BOS
GOT GH st., 191." -' "• ■;- : sill - • .'. rooms.
$12: hith. gas. ph..nc; close In.
GEARY st., l.rtt -Pages-eeytog _-s_y rooms
with t>i:*Tf t klteheti; running water; 'all con
venience-: walking distance.
GEARY si.. 1224 -Nicely furnished, sunny, front
hskpg. room, al! conveniences: reasonable.
GOI'GH St.. 1313 —2 large, sunny, dry. basement
rooms: sink, gas range; $l<j; single room, rea
sonable.
GOL'GH sf.. 1329 —2 nicely furnished front base
ment rooms, complete for housekeeping; gas
ran??: $12.
HAVES St.. IfP. nr. Fillmore--Large feeot
housekeeping room: coal stove, gas: $3 week.
limVARI* st.. ,*,«.", -Front room and kitchen. $~12;
2 connecting, gas or coal, $S to $12; bOTU-l
keeping. $1..*i0 per week up.
HAVES st . 197—2 nicely furn. con. sunny
room? and kitchenette; $1K; alee lai_<
alcove, fit.
X-fAYES st.. (174—Large hay window rooms; |_g_
lar kitchen: coal aud gas stove; all you want,
cheap.
HENRY st.. 239—For re»t, 2 housekeeping
rooms: rent $&.
LAGUNA St.. 122o—Sunny, furn] bskpg. rm-:
running water; 2 sunny, furn., rear cottage
rooms: reasonable.
LAGUNA st., 1214—2 or 9 sunny, cor. rooija.
newly furnished, $12 up: also single rooms.
LARGE frost room and :<_i:l_. kltcben. com
pletely furnished. $13.50 no. t-*J-*> Eddy st.
MONTGOMERY apts.. li"-r_4 Franklin, cor. O'Far
r#ll—Hskpg-. sunny, airy room-' prices right:
quiet and respectable.
OAK St.. 716, near Fillmore—Furnished rooms
end suites; select location. Hayes at, car
i No. _1 passes the door.
Of'TAVIA at.. Ill"", nr. O'FBrT-Il—-I sunuv
hskpa. room. $5; also 2 smaller rooms, $'•';
laundry, hath.
OFARRELI St., 13M "'-V nsr y~ f r onT suite cera
pletely furnished for housekeeping; also single
r- »ntis for gentlemen; ref-renees."
O TARRELL st. JS4ft— einnny lar.e' front r..ira
snd kitchen complete; also light housekeeping
room; near Fillmore.
O'FARRELL St.. 1455—Hunny housekeeping rms.,
completely furnished; laundry, etc.; $1.50 week
Up: also single rooms.
O'FARRELL St.. 1293—Outside housekeeping
rooms, '-ipoia floor; modern conveniences; $7
and $ s month.
O'FARRELL -; . lo6_*-*-Large front room: Urtr
window; completely furnished; baths. p-o-e;
v.: 50 week.
O'FARRELL st..' L-.21 '-Bwuiv front room*. ,„n7
Plefely furnished; gas and electric lights: S3
and $:$.50 week.
OAK St., __5. nr. Gntigh —2 and 3 hskpe. room*;
nice and quiet: bath, phone: $4 week.
O'FARRELL St., 1430—Laree housekeeping mis'.
fnreta-ed or unfurn.. $*. to $12; also single rms.
POST st., 1428 —Completely furn. suite: running
water. $12 mo.: also single rooms. $(*>s'.! no.
PORT st.. 1414 —Large front snnnv housekeeping
■. $15 mo.: also housekeeping room. $10;
running water.
POST st., 1304, near Franklin 1 roam and kitch
enette. $12: 1 single room. $10: 1 suite. $9.
PAGE st.. __§, pr. Octavia -Ni.-ely furnished
sunny hskpg. rooms: laundry, phone; vary reas.
PINK st., basement _u_s-_*efklii|
roama, $." vi»: gas. bnth. s>ft<—te, latnsdt?-.
FIERCE. 420—-Sunny front room, kitchenette, for
housekeeping; also single rooms; steam heated;
reasonable.
SUTTER st.. 1404—3 con. rms.. rcg. kiLii.. ,15~!
laq_e hskpg. rfxim. nsuilMt water, 512 month;
-m-!f ro.itn, $1.50.
RI'TTER, 1722—Tw0 or four sunn- housekeeping
rooms, furnished: tn.Klern flat: new; clc„n.
it'TTKR at., 1702—_ rooms, L large, sunny
front room; electric lights, bath, phone; reas.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
Con tinned _
SCOTT St.. 2(»40—2 very warm, sunn.v. attic
rooms. $2 per week; running water; nice for
lady. )
SCOTT st.. SOO—Rooaw. single or bskng.; sunny
front rooms: phone, bath, gas, running water..
i SITTER st.. 1728—Sunny, front room, suitable
1 or 2; running water; electricity; breakfast
if desired.
j SACRAMENTO st.. .".019 —Sunny _ room suites;
regular kitchen; gas range; complete; $15.
Basement room. M,
SCOTT st.. 2040 —Large sunny room, with reg
ular kitchen; back porch: $IS. West 2014.
"the'call enheTds A CORDIAL INVITA
TION TO ADVERTISERS AND TO THE PUB
LIC To USE ITS INFORMATION BUREAU
FOR GENERAL .\N'D SPECIFIC INFORMA
TION OF ALL WANTS EXPRESSED IN ITS
COLUMNS. THE CALL INFORMATION
BUREAU IS AT ALL TIMES AT THE SERV
ICE OF ADVERTiSwirS AND THE ASSIST
ANCE OF THE PUBLIC.
TURK St.. 1?08—-Sunny suite. $4 a week; single.
$1.50 to |S; rrary convenience tor house
keeping: hot w«ter.
VAN NESS sv., 61U—Housekeeping rooms at
$2.50 per week up. Also single rooms.
WALLER st.. 14*0, near Clayton, flat 6—Front
sunny room: elec. grate, bath and phone; nice
home for young man.
WEBSTER St.. _*41. near Pine—Completely fur
nished sunny "(icmi; running water, phone,
bath: also single rooms: reasonable.
19TH st , 3425, nr. Mission—2 connecting hskng.
rooms; bath, phone, laundry: $3.75 week.
ROOMS and BOARDJOFFERED
AAA -CALIFORNIA St., 1801, at Franklin—First
class family hotel; rates reasonable; fine large
rooms; excellent table; references required.
MRS. E. R. BATES.
AAA—THE WEMPE. 457 Oak st. nr. Buchanan-
First class rooms and board. Phone Park BOSS.
ELLIS St.. 911 — Large, sunny, newly furn.
rooms, running water; hath; excellent table;
single, $23.
FIRST CLASS room and board; private family;
conveniences; double and single rooms; refer
ences. 2860 Pine st.; phone West 8581.
GEARY. MS©—Boom and board for 2 in private
family: all eonv.: $22.50 month; free phone.
HOTEL ST. MARSHALL. 875 Post nr. Hyde—
Single rooms, "suite; excellent table board.
Phone Franklin 2028.
MCALLISTER st.. I«#V—Fnraiehed rooms, with
or without board: bath aad phone; $2 week up.
OCTAVIA st., 1551—Nicely furnished front room
and boat-; home cooking and piano; $35 mo.
O'FARRELL st.. 1205—Largs sunny room; single
and double beds; ap to date; be*t table; terms
for two. i
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O'FARRELL st.. 1160—Sunny front room for two
with board. $22.50 mo.: home cooking.
OCTAVIA st.. 1226 -Sunny front room for 2:
al.o single room: $25 with board.
THE CALL EXTENDS A CORDIAL INVITA- ,
TiON TO ADVERTISERS aND TO THE PER
TH' TO USE ITS INFORMATION BUREAE FOR
GENERAL AND .SPECIFIC INFORMATION OF
ALL WANTS EXPRESSED IN ITS COLUMNS.
THE CALL INFORMATION BUREAU IS AT
ALL TIMES AT THE SERVICE OF ADVER
TISERg AND THE ASSISTANCE OF THE PUB
"C. ( (
PIERCE st.. 815. near McAllister—Furn. room*
and bath; fine neighborhood; ex. board; 2
people. $1* month.
i PINE st.. 1030. nr. Taylor—Sunny large or small
room with board; private family; use of piano.
! SACRAMENTO st.. 1557—"Pleasant, gunny room
in modern upper Hat; good tsble: substantia!
hnsin<-ss associates: references.
18TH St.. 4597—-Large, neatly furnished front
rooms with or without board; all conveniences.
HOTELS
AAA—
WINDSOR HOTEL. 23S Eddy St.. car No. 4.
Sunny outside modern room-: home comforts;
city steam heat; phone lv V**tf room; elevator
lobby: single rooms. 30c: family. $1 per day;
weekly rates $3.50 to $5, with private baths; spe
cial rates for permanent rooms. Pb. Frukln 3822.
ABBEY HOTEL,
440 POST ST.. OPPOSITE ST. FRANCIS.
PHONE SUTTER 1330.
RATES $3.50 PER WEEK TO $3.
WITH BATH, $5.50 TO $7.30.
j THE CKRSCE> I', ■•or. California and Franklin
st*.. PRIVATE FAMILY HOTEIj: very large,
fine rooms; private bath; extra good table and
service; r-fri-ew-ee. MRS. E. R. RATES. Prop.
| HOTEL EMPIRE, 1H Taylor cor. Turk —Newly
renovated; shopping district; close to theaters;
day 75c up, week $3 up. bath $1 day up. Eddy
car at ferry: Sd-Townsend S. P., car to Taylor.
I
I THE WINSTON, high class private hotel., lo
cated op crest of Nob Hill, at 1217 Jones st.
near Sacramento. Phone Franklin 733 C
; HOTEL BUICK, 215 O'Farrell corner Powell —
Nicely furnished rooms, al! outside; hot and
cold bath*-: phone: rates $4 to $6 per week.
ITO leaae —SO room hotel: all modern conveni
ences; under construction; west side 6th St.
near Market. Apply at building.
| HOTEL MARSHALL, just opened: elegantly fur
Dished; steam heat; private baths; $3, $3.50.
1208 Market st.
A VENT E HOTEL—Montgomery ay. cor. Stockton
j —Rooms 35c per day up: special to permanent".
I BUENA VISTA hotel, restaurant, Columbus ay..
Mason and Lombard, rooms day. wk. or mo.
A—HOTEL HOWARD. «th snd Howard; 50c a
day: special rate*. $2 $2.25. $2.50. S3 per wk.
HOTELS FOR SALE
TO lease-. Small hotel in fit!) st. near Market;
very reasonable rent.
Apply <;. H. F.MBSEN „ CO.,
20 Montgomery st.
BUSINESS CHANCES
I.UBECKS. INC
Sixth fl building. Market snd 4th sts.
Rears. 170-, Home JlO2O.
ALL LimOS OF BISINESS SOLD,
' 11V OR COCNTRV
TO BIYERS AND SE-J-BXtS:
Our well known and long established reputa
tion is a (raarastee that jou will get reliable
and efficient service in dealing through us.
LOAN DEPARTMENT FOR INVESTORS
Ll BE-CH'B, OD_ TACHTC BUILDING
i Sl.iioo—-PAPER ROCTE eiearing $13.-. mouth;'
it: town of ..ver :?.noil [lopulation: agency !
of all leading Ken Fraoclaeo papers; SURE'
INCOME FOB LIFE; purchase price includes ;
staUonery and cigar .- .. ; glee 1 horse. 1 cart, I
1 D-fgy. a neat bay. Trlai given. Ei- j
cluwively at LI.'BECK'S. fio2 PACIFIC BLDO. !
! ?::<"<--RESTAI'RANT and LUNCH' COUNTER;
downtown manufacturing di-triet; equipment
.'-.!: PMoey maker for man and wife, I.I.:, j
DECK"** 808 I'.O UK" ItIIUHNO.
}:.".i'i-SA!JMiN; HALF INTEREST In Al pay- {
saleon only :: blocks mn-th of the Enpo
rb:m; clearing $300 to $600 month: very valu
able l(*as-e; rent only Si2.'i: none better! Par '
Oculars it Ll BECK'S. MS i'ACH»Ic BLDG .j
I $I.OOO—EOADHOL'-E 00 the main automobile
boulevard within 1 hour from S. P.. clearing j
SI.V) to $2'- Mf month the year round: lease
over fair; rent only $40; best buy on o-jr books '
with I.CBECK'K, <$02 PACIFIC BU>o! |
11.000 HALF INTEREST in staple _M-_fg-t_v* ;
lug b-aJDeea; bl§ money tusker; .trrenl future; 1
• Inties i.-is! 1 ..-,- learned; references exchanged;
one of the best propositions on our booLs. Ex j
Clnalvely at I.CHECK'S. 60J PACIFIC BLOC.
$700—LAI NUKY ROC IE, old establujh-d, elegr-
Ins o V ,r $100 month. LUBECK'g, 002 I'A
CIrTC RI'ILDINO. !
! $1,700-2.% ROOM HOTEL ANO SAIGON in live !
menufacturlQf town, .-lesring $l."i 0 to t-00 a
month; old eatabli-bed: steady trade tbe year
round. See LCHECK'S, 903 PACIFIC BLDG. ;
: DEI.icATiossEN and RESTACRANT," big pay". ;
: ng; splendid location: cheap rent with lease; j
price $1.-00. LCRECK'S, 602 PACIFIC BED.
fI.UQQ snd terms SALOON, transfer corner; 1
.hiily receipt- *-'•" te MO; rent only $35 month; '
lease I!i]ii; bsr fixtures Al; eoi«i stock. See;
Ll "BECK'S. ' ; <!2 PACIFIC BUILDING.
SEE t.-v We can locate yon right.
I.UI'.F.CK'S '
LI "BECK'S
LUBECK'fi
; Sixth floor PACIFIC REDO., Market st. at 4th.
SAI Mi IN AND HF.RRI.VG ITSHINC. HUNTING j
$1.-0" chsli: 4o h. in big river; !5 a. for crop, |
tun ber, paetnre; house, barn, horses,!
wagosa. implements; bus. i
properly; make $I."> to gtQ a day in season; !
vnti*. can remain; bargain; must sell !
<jnlc_- tfoa't write; call at on<-c prepared to
bug: no exchange; $1,50- e«ab; title perfect:;
.i gjv,. awai.
See KRFDO. the LAND AGENT. 702 Mkt. St.
jBE INDKI'KMIKVT—You can make «1.000 to
$.3,000 yearly in the maf! order business. Him- I
dreds are. "VVe furnish successful money
bringing plants, give you the result of years
..f experience. Only spare time needed* at
start. Returns quick. Experience unnecessary
SBvneaing, Send for convincing proof and
booklet—-free. Write today. Desk 337 PEASE
MFC.. Co.. INC.. 70 Broadway, Buffalo, N. Y.
j ENHKOETiC and callable men f<j take ex
clusive territory for "Sebalitr Systew" cost
saving and r___bc r—nangatag device. Testi
m » „'ii«rHiiteed savin, of st h-ust
_.-, per cent - Q r U e!. M,ist bave $1,000 for
carrying smple supply of mercljendiee, Ref
rUaaged. SCHALLEU SYSTEM CO.,
J 1133 Broadway. New York.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1912.
BUSINESS CHANCES
~C»»tinn _____
WANTED —Business manager, experience un
necessary, by first class company, leaving now
for a second world's tour; en route, Japan.
China, India, Islands and Australia. Salary
$30 per week and expenses: cash required,
$750: open strictest Investigation: splendid op
portimltv for any one commencing business.
Apply box 807. Call office.
SAFE AND SANE INVESTMENTS
We are not business chance agents nor an em
ployment bureau, but engaged In promoting,
organizing and financing high class industrial,
financial aud mercantile corporations, and can
offer rare opportunities for investment of capi
tal from $500 to $50,000. with or without serv
Ices. BUTTNER A CO., 700 Chronicle bldg,
HIGH CLASS patented advertising proposition
for merchants which has yielded me. under
most adverse conditions, over $2,000 In short
time. Will sell portion of a space or entire
state's right for from $100 to $500. and fur
nish equipment to start work at once: good
fbr $200 a month or more; best references.
Address box 5004. Call office. Berkeley.
BEST cafe in Willows, Cal.; doing $5-.) day busi
ness; stock, fixtures, etc.; Invoice. $1,790; rent
$40 per month; it will pay to Investigate: price
*700 cash. For particulars see J. R. CON NELL,
S. F. ENGL A HAVE-STICK, Prop.. Wil
lows, Cal.
FOR sale—Stationery and music store in the best
town of 6,000 in central California; _olng pay
ing business, but capable of great expansion;
11! health of owner compels sale at Invoice,
about $2,500. For full particulars, address box
883, Call office.
ONE HALF interest iv staple article for sale;
need money for manufacturing same: can sell
al least 10.000 in San Francisco alone; big
money to be made; will stand closest investi
gation. No agents. Box 786. Call.
WANTED —Responsible party to Join practical
man to operate restaurant and rooming bouse
at Fillmore entrance to exposition; $1,500 re
quired; no experience necessary: plenty of
business now. Box S7O. Call office.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
I am going to Yuma; rheumatism drives me
away. Will sacrifice my delicatessen and gro
cery, clearing $125 pPr mo. See Owner, 721
Lacuna st., near Grove. (Cash or exchanged
SMALL payment down and easy terms buys big
J* table poolroom; owner must leave city and
might consider partner to take charge. STAR
BILLIARD PARLOR. 3203 Mission st.
PARTY' with $2,500 to place household nece*
sity on the market: recommended by Mexico's
highest government officials; good opportunity.
to right parties. 7<!7 Market St.. room 126.
ON account of sickness, am compelled to sacri
fice one of the best meat markets In the coun
try: peddling wagon takes in $35 daily; no op
position; rent $20. Box «__". <"all office.
FOR sale—Fine location; butter, eggs, delica
tessen snd fruit store: furnished living room;
owner leaving city; se'l cheap; good little
business; open today, ("all 2830 Mission st.
$3,(W0 cash stock of general merchandise, in
cluding liquors and cigars; good growing busl
ness in Richmond, Cs!. Low rent and good
location. Box 5002. Call office, Oakland.
TAILORING and cleaning store: good location;
profit from $30 to $45 per week: selling on ac
count of sickness; furnished living rooms In
rear. Box 920. Call.
YOUNG widow with $2,500 cash wants honest
man as partner to invest like amount in suc
cessful business enterprise; uo "triflcrs. Box
88-, C«rl office.
FIRST CLASS well equipped machine shop for
sale; situated in Oakland in a prominent lo
cality: full particulars secured by interview.
Address box 98$, Call office.
EI.'JST class oakery for saie tn a good country
town; no reasonable offer refused. Inquire at
3520 Franklin St.. basement, Oakland. Call
from 0 a. m. to 12.
FURNITURE store in San Die-o for sale: good
paying business. Address LESTER A PLATE,
P. O. bos X, Richmond, Cal.
WANTED—Active man to take an interest in
estnbiished real estate baattHHW; big future;
$350 required. 630 Hearst bldg.
FOR sale—Complete meat market in busy loca
tion this city; a bargain for one knowing the;
business. Box 907. Call office.
FOR SALE—Golden seal roots, gulseng. golden
seal and calab«s!i gourd seed; samples mailed
25 cents. S. PITTS. Stronghiirst. 111.
DAYTON SLICER computing scale, coffee mill,
marble top counter and cheese cutter for sale
cheap. 620 McAllister st.
GROCERY; good chance to open new cor. store.
apt. house dist.. 'Harbor View transfer cor.
Union and Hyde sts.
A SNAP—Meat market for sale, account of
sickness; reerfprs $75 per day. Inquire 032
Tt_ st.. Oakland.
BUTCHER SHOP: good opening for a batcher
in a new market; rent reasonable. Call at
1450 Waller st.
GROCERY and hardware store for sale in Ma
dera. Address J. H. P.. P. O. box N, Rich
mond. Cal.
$25 to $40 for a suitable position) good worker;
references. Box 889, Cull office.
FOR sale—A good newspaper mute In Oakland.
See circulation department San Francisco Call.
LACKO--Cleanses gas ranges, ronkes hygienic
dusters. 833 Market Exc. dist. agent wanted.
PAYING motion p'cture bouse for sale; bargain;
must sell. Box 904, Call office.
LODGINGJJOUSES FOR SALE
A GOOD BUY
19 rooms, single and housekeeping; row! lease,
cheap rent: must sell this week: terms If de
sired; po agents. Call between 2 and 3 p. m.
only. 661 McAllister st.
TURK st., SlO 12 rooms, well furnished: house
keeping aud all rented; terms reason
Hble.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
__ OAK LA W O
3D ROOMS; every modern convenience: new
building: Brst clasi- transient trade; also fine,
steady business; safe money maker; stand In
vestigation. 414 7th si., Oakland.
A SNAP—Clears ISO per month; U rooms, fur
ni*heil housekeeping fpartments; g290 ensh: 4
|,!oei-« frtsn Rrnadwny. _4g prh ft.. Oakland.
«______■!______■—__»____W____________—.
PARTNERS>JWANTED
WANTED—Partner with grunstaVo. nlimit $75.
to spend winter trapping with me In Mariposa
.'.unity. I have outfit nnd pack burros; can
mike (rood money if yon care to rough It. A
young aee{eb!e fellow desired; will start soon:
a chance tp preefMtct, too. Address CLAR
ENCE HOLT, gneirlait, Fal.
INVESTMENTS
•'HESTER I*. ELLIS <v CO..
STOCK AND BOM) BROKERS.
714 Market st. opp. Call bldg.
j Largest dealer* in exclusive]-- non-listed securi
ties on the Pacific coast. Est. IROfl.
WE OFFER FOR SALE:
100 American Telegrapbcne r<g $1,90
?I0 American Drug Syndicate Q 14.2r>
200 American Auto Press 3 , IS
SO American Marconi (new stock )..<■s Market
100 California State Life Ins Q 2! ,7-
I 1,000 Calsroont Copper 8 .90
10 Toiii Machine Mfg <a 30.00
IOH Chio-jo-N. V. Airline Ry <§ Bid
WOC. F. Herrick, inc.... «$ Bargain
_._©fl Ft. Ridwel! Cons @ .or,
2 Hidalgo Rubber (UJO-j (f{j 250.00
50 Internstional Lumber 4_ JJev.,. ,J0 11 r.o
: LOW 1. S, tS. F. Life Ins. 1 m 15
2 Key-ten* Real Estate Bonds if Bargain
.*i La Zactialpa Rubber rg> Bargain
100 Rsseot copper (ft Bargain
l 2.000 National Wireless T. & T.., <a> .13
•vi New World Life Ins t?t 17.50
SO Poulscn Wireless (Fed. Tel. Co. 1 iff MO6
; 1 .ooi") Pacific Coast Salt <q> Bid
$1,000 Pacific Const Steel Co iff 02 pet
fiO H. P. Securities Co fif 52 <Y>
1,000 Sheridan-Adams Syndicate <i% M
12 Rio Mlehol Rubber |g 14.50
j t.oo© Taft Mining <j_ fi
' 3,009 Tidewater Southern Ry t.S .7,1
KiO Telepost. »er. A. with eonvort ft 2SO
r.OO 11. (Stock-to.! T ft E. &•*>...« '«_
40 Fir Tied Properties Bunds SJ Market
100 C S. Cashier <fl 9.50
75 Vulcan Fire In* 2 Bid
! 1.000 Ventura Oil I ands Co. pfd £ .70
TOO Western Mortgage & Uuar <iv 102.00
114 Western States Lire Ins (fi Bargain
1.000 Yellowstone Oil ft* .12
I Can furnish any other unlisted stock on the
'■ market at a saving of 20 to 50 per cent.
WANTED:
If yon have any tjf the following yon wish to
I sell, advise us, of nomber of share* and very low
iosl net price accent a We: San Diego Const,, Home
j Builders (M. O. H.) Mascot Copper. Boston Par.
I Oil, Calauiont Cooper, Pyramid oil, Poulseq Wire.
Corp,. Fn'ted Prop. Ro-nK North Auier. Cons,
Oil. OftL State Life, Western Slates Life. Chi
heagO-N, Y. Airline, Vulcsn Fire Ins., Marconi
Wireless (Ens;.. Ainer. and Can.), etc. etc. We
handle stocks of alt the S. F. banks.
P. B. CLARK & CO.. BROKERS. ~~
607 Chronicle bldg.. San Francisco.
We offer for 1 mined late sale:
2..100 Spring Tire Company I L. A.1....(8 '.07
,1,000 Fort Bidwell Cons. Mines C0.....® .0,1
3.000 La Gracin Oold ft Copper Bid
1.900 shares Imperial Securities Co (f% .20
1,000 shares Afterthought Copper Co...i*a) .20
623 shares Capita! Fire Insurance Co.#b I.m
200 American Telegraphoue Co *» 2.00
210 shares Mascot Conner Company.. .# 240
300 San Frsnctpoo Life ln«. Co (fa J.flfi
50 California State Life Ins. Co. ~..<§ 21.00
40 American Marconi Wireless |f 8,00
r»o American Druggists' Syndicate,..(f. 14.00
50 International Lumher „ Dev. Ce..<ri! 10.00
20 English Marconi Wireless <j? ; 30.n0
25 Western States Life Ins. C0.,...® 12.00
20 Chlapan Rubber Plantation Co 3 in.oo
4 Hidalgo Ruhber Plantation Co «fo _CO.nO
$,"'"00 Keystone Heal Estate Co. bond...*;* 400 do
$.1,000 to loan on active i-eouritie*.
.. PARTY with .«SOO enn have I good position
In the Interior, operating small rieetrie niant -
experience not necessary: short no«T«; money
aafe and aeeured. Box 3008, Call office, S. F I
INVESTMENTS
MASCOT COPPER
MASCOT COPPER has made a NEW 810
STRIKE. GOLD assays alo:ie run over $100
per ton. This proves, "as claimed, MASCOT is
one of the RICHEST MINES in the WORLD.
MASCOT will soon be among the big divi
dend payers. The financial report being issued
will bo a surprise. Will BUY option ou any
part of 10,000 shares.
I WILL SELL _ _
Pacific Oaa ami Electric Co. 5 per cent bonds,
8 per cent preferred Oakland Traction Co.,
Pyramid Oil Co. and Natinual Wireless T. & T.
H. A. HOEMTZ.
Stocks and BoikU. Enlisted Securities.
751-733 Phelan Bldg. San Francisco, Cal.
Open Monday evenings from 8 to 8.
7 shares Oak. Trac. 6% pfd. stock a* $B*
-10 shares Key Route <!% pfd. stock at.. 88
10 shares Bank of Oermanv at 100
19 shares Log Cabin Rakerv Co. at 15
I People's Wter Cr> be id at ...Market
5% shares La Zacnalpa Rubber 83
80 acres land In Yolo county, on S. P. main
line, at 47.50
An estuptloialiv choice bungalow iv Broadmoor.
F. E. ("ORNISH. «T4 W. 14th »t.. Oakland.
WEIJ, ESTABLISHED. SUCCESSFUL MANU
"FACTURINO BUSINESS of high standing
wants some additional capital for expansion;
will sell preferred treasury stock; Invites
fullest investigation: this ls a rare oppor
tunity for any one who wants to Invest some
money In a business paring at least 15 per
con. For further particulars address box 777,
Call office.
I DEAL in all local, industrial, oil and mining
stocks, bonds and securities.
H. A. ROENITZ.
Successor to
P. M. HARRIS & COMPANY.
751.5.1 Phelan bldg., San Francisco. Cal.
COMPANIES INCORPORATED and PROMOTED
Entire stock issues bought and sold
Legally organised under laws of all states
BUTTNER ft CO.. 700 CHRONICLE BUILDING
Corporation attorneys snd financial agents
Established 1802. Bank and commercial references
PROFITABLE manufacturing plant, in opera
tion, wishes to diipose of a few blocks of
stock; must enlarge to satisfy demand; safe,
reliable and above board: investigate now;
full particulars or Interview. Box 937, Call.
AHE you interest*, in mining, oil, industrial,
bunking or railroad stocks? What have yon?
For latest information address A. J- MOORE.
Bacnn block. Oakland. Cal.
FINA NCIAL
WANTED, to purchase—Any part of 10.000
shares f'alamont Copper Oh,'a stock: name
best figure for SO day option; anonymous re
plies not considered.' Box 4063, Call office,
San Francisco.
—i | .L'__-___ii______j '~.. f
MINING
FOR sale, lease or bond —Oue or more group of
mines, situated in Tuscarora mining district,
Elko county, Nev. Nearly all of these mines
sre now self-sustaining, if not dividend pay
ing if worked. For further particulars apply
to the a»cent, room 39. Hotel Tobin. 6th st.
MONEY TOLC U/V— Real^E state
WE have several thousand dollars to loan on San
FrancUi o, San Mateo, Alameda, Berkeley.
Richmond and Point Richmond, in sums from
$500 up at 8, 7 and I pel' cent; can arrange
to pay hack same as rent.
F. AMBROSE & CO.. 8-70 Mh-sion st.
Open Sundays from 0:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
AAA A'—Will loan any amount at lowest Interest
on first, second snd third mortgages; estates
In probate, undivided interest: deal directly
with lender: no delay. R. MeCOLGAN. 502
-504 Call bldg., corner Third and Market; phone
Douglas _M_. The oldest established and lead
ing financial agency on the Pacific coast.
DIRECT MONEY.
NO COMMISSION CHARGED.
BANK INTEREST—Ist and 2d MORTGAGES.
LOAN 20 per cent more than BANKS.
SHADBURNE CO.. 715 building.
ANY amount on real estate, -fit or s-cond mort
gages: no delay; very lowest rates; if your
property is mortgaged sad you need _MMB
money, see us Immediately. O, W. BECKEK, i
Monadnock bldg.. H3l Market: tel. Douglas 2150. i
IF you want to borrow money on, mortgages, city |
or country, talk It over with us. We will lend {
you reorev to build on your lot. EDWARDS, I
BREWSTER & CLOVER. Mills building.
AA—QUICK loans: money same day: $50 to
$500 op cheap lots, city, bay or country; no
delays; low rates, bring papers. 703 Pacific
building.
MONEY to loan on Oakland. Berkeley, Alameda
and Fmitvale real estate at 6 and 7 per cent.
GEO. W. AUSTIN. 1212 Broadway. Oakland.
$100 to $109,000, Ist. g_ mtfs.: Alameda county
realty. Dr RAY SMITH. 1027 Broadway. Oak.
WANTBp :
$_».0-_ TO $25,000 WANTED.
The above amount wanted as first mortgage
on a highly improved WESTERN ADDITION
holding, which pays a rental of over $400 a
month.
HOFFMAN ft KEITH.
82. MONTGOMERY ST.
'■ WANTED-A loin of $1.60- ou Mission property
vnhi'-d at $7,000; no _$-___ Box 792. Call.
MONEY WANTED—ReaI Estate
AT 7 to 10 per cent: many amis, to $55,000 on
j improved realty: $2.">bt>, $-.000, $1,600. etc.
, DC RAY SMITH, K127 Broadway. Oakland.
__WA NT ED—OLD GOLD
MONEY loaned on diamonds and Jewelry. Y. J.
SCHOENEEI.D. 1203 Broadway. Oakland.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER
SIHP of A. ft HENDRICKS and A. E. KEN
DALL, known as Panama Western Auto com
pany. All bills should be presented on or be
fore October 21. 1-12.
MY* wife, Ellen Q. Colvln, having left my bed
and board, I will not be responsible for Mils.
.1. E. COLVIN.
_______ ESTATE TRANSACTION'S
Arth.-.r _. RSake to Edith R. Blake, lot In
W line of Tenth avenue, 100 N of M street,
N 'J,"", b" W 130s $10.
Frinrjs .1. Hoipin and wife to Daniel and
Catherine Hlrullnger, lot In W line of Forty
sixth avenue. IS© N of D street. N 25 by W
120; $1".
George c,ow and wife to Florence A. Browne.
lot la S line of Poet street, 137:6 W of Mason.
TV 68.-0 by S 137 :!'•; $10.
Ellaabett 11. Ryder to Panline Elisabeth
Ryder er a!., lot in W line of Pierce street, 100
5 of Vallejo. S 2.". by TV 112:0; $10.
.lohn T. L. and Elizabeth Schmidt to Wil-
Ibmi TV. Bednall, lot in N line of Union street,
8_:. TV of Biker. TV 27:6 by N lift; $10.
Mary Nelson to o. G. Frcyermutu, lot In W
line of Mississippi street, 175 N of Eighteenth,
N 33 by V.' 100; $10.
City Realty nnu. to Betta Myers Doell,
lot in S line of IT street, 32:6 E of Fourth
avenue. E 26 by S 05; $10.
Henrietta C. Knight to Anna Heckel, lots
6 to 7, block 65. Re«s tt_et: $10.
Urban Realty Improvement company to
George L. Leonard, lot 12, block fi, Ingleside
terra ~e; $10.
Si!-.,, to (ienrge L. Leonard, lot 12, block 6.
Ingleside terrace; $10.
Same to Joseph A. Leonard, lot 17. block 6;
HO.
game to Frank .1. Morse, lot 20. block 8: $10.
George G«w and wife to Florence A. Browne,
i lot in S line of Post street. 137:6 TV of Mason,
TV ds:o by S 1.37:6; $10. V
Ernest A. Knoop to Gustavo A. Perseheid.
lot hi TV line of Cliirv street. 252:1 .NT, of
Fifth. NE '__:11 by NW «>: $10.
Abram E. House to Concord and Bay Point
Land company (a corporation!, lot in S line
of Moraga street. 57:6 W of Seventeenth ave
nue. TV 28 by S 100; $10.
Urban Realty Improvement company to TJI
-lian A. Gilley, lot 7, block 7, Ingleside terraces;
$10.
Frank or Fraticl.seo l>nm,;irtini to Grace Mc-
Kecver. lot in SW line of Theresa street, 151.48
SE of San Jose avenue, SW 100 by SE 25; $10.
John B. Oliver to the Hihernia Havings and
Loan society, lot at NE corner of Ellis and
Leavenworth street*-. E 137:6 by N l''7:6 and
j two other places; $10.
Newell ,V Murdoch Realty company to Dor
othea Zwleg, lots _ti and 21, block 10, Forest
Hill; $10.
M. Casi-er and wife «o Michael F. Welch, lot
lin N line et Pine street, 10S E of Fillmore. E
j27 l.y N |?:i; $10.
Michael McßriUe to Margaret Mcßride. lot in
S line of Filbert Mrcet, uU:§ E of Steincr. E 25
by S V.";!!: $1,.,.
BllMbeth D. Knudsen to Philip .T. Knndsen, lot
in N line of Sacramento street, 252H TV of Tay
lor. TV 22:11 by N SO: $10.
Sol Gets: A s«,n- to Alton K. I.aphatn. lot In E
line of Twelfth avenue, 250 N of B Street, N 25
by E 120; $-._.
Morris Stulsaft ft Co. to Maria Heina. lot ia
W line of (iuerrero street, 50 S of Dorland, S
25 by W 125; $10.
Building; Contrac-tai
G. Pa'aein witb Peter Jtl__et*_, all work for a
two story frame store and flat In the N line
of Iximbard street, 110 W of Fillmore. W $7:6
by N 00; $4,150.
Salvatore Itomafni with Farnocchla, Petri &
Co.. to erect a two stonr and basement frame
residence In the N line of I'nion street, TO:6
E of Mason, X 21 by N «*>B; $4,400.
Charles E. Pncfc with J. E. Clark, all work
except plumbing, painting and electrical work.
to complete a two story frame bnllding, partly
built iflats) in the E line of Seventeenth ave
nue. 100 N of Irvlngf street, 25 by 120; $8,35.
Clans H. and Flora OTerman (by 3. Eric
.Tohanaea) with the Turner company, plumbing
and ben tin- for building at SE corner ot Sac
ramento and I,e Roy place; $1,900.
Joseph Jifggner (by Tbeo S Horni with Horace
3. Porrasle, plumbing, gas fitting and spwerln?
for a seven story and basement building in the
W line of Kmbarcadero, 187:8 tP-asf Heward
street. S 45:10 by W 13T:6* $7,T2S^
JONES IS LATE, BUT
OCEAN LINER WAITS
Los Angeleno's Plea Effective in
Delaying Sailing of the
Shinyo Maru
HE Japanese liner
Shinyo Maru, Cap
tain fl_ Stanley
Smith, which sailed
yesterday for the
far east, was held
at the Western Pa
cific pier for half
an hour for the ac
comodation of Mr.
and Mrs. H. B.
Jones of Los An
geles. Jones and
his wife were pas
sengers on the be
lated Owl and had
begged by wire
would be In shortly after 1 p, m., the
Shlnyo's aailingr hour, Acting* Aasistant
General Manager L. £. Bemis agreed
to hold the ship and it sailed at 1:30
wife on board and safely started on
The Shinyo carried more than 500
passengers and could not have taken
another pound of cajgo without bulg
ing: either the deck or the sides of
the shjp. The cargo, 6,800 tons of it,
included 7,000 bales of cotton, the first
shipment this season from Texas, and
3.0 bars of silver.
The passengers included:
For Yokohama—F. D. Arnold, Rev C. Bishop, !
Mrs. C. Bishop. D h. Blake. Mrs. D. H. Blake,
Dr. J. H. Franklin, Mrs. J. H. Franklin, T. •
Funatsu. M. Kushlda L. E. P. Messer.
Mrs. P. Messer and amah. Miss Pauline Messer,
N. Murata. Y. Negishi. Mrs E. Nichols, Y. Oda,
3. A. Ktreibert Mrs. J. A fstreibert. V Take
kosul, Mrs. E. K. Walthen, A B. Whiting aud
valet. Lady Wolseley W. R. Wolseley.
Kobe—Miss Elizabeth Deyo Rev. P. B. Hill
Mra. P. B. Hill. S. B. Hill, 3. Hill. Miss Martha
E. Hill. Rev. N S. Ogburn. C. H. Pratt, Mra. C.
H. Pratt and infant. C. M. Pratt. Dr. H. L. Tlm
mons, Mrs. H. L. Timmons aud infant. Miss
Sarah Timmons.
Shanghai—Dr. R. C. Beebe, Mrs. R. C Beebe.
Miss Josette H. Beebe, Mrs. C. Cable and infant
Miss Kleanor Forrest. J. T. Hamilton. T. L.
Harnsberger, Mrs. T. L. Harnsberger, Miss Vivian
B. Harnsberger. N. Kiaer, Miss Rose H. Loben
stine. Mrs. F. W. Sutterle. Miss Kathrina H. Van
Wagencr. *
Hongkong—W. P. Adams, Mrs. W. P. Adams.
Miss Louis© P. Castle Miss Mildred Chapman,
IP. Chaudoir A. L. Crook, Mrs. E P. Davis. Rev.
F. W. Davis, Mrs. F. W. Davis. K. W. Davis, I.
Davis, G. Davis Miss Evaugeliue Davis. Miss
Ellen R. Dolliver, Mrs. G- B. Foster. W. H.
Gocbnaur. Dr. A. Gromann. Mrs. A- Gromann, C.
A Herschleb. Mrs. C. A. Hersehleb and Infant,
W. Hugger. V. T. James, H. B Jones, Mrs. H.
B. Jones, H. R. Kingsley. Mrs. H. R- Kingsley,
B. R. Kingsley. Miss Margaret R. Kingsley, L.
B Kidwell, Mrs. L. B Kidwell. Z. M. Laughlln,
Miss Alice C. Loekwood. R. B. Macatee, B. F.
Mackall, Mrs. B. F. Maekall, Miss Katberine
Mackall. N. Mackenzie, Mrs. N. Mackenzie. K. E.
! Marxe, Mrs. C C, Maaon, Miss Winifred Mason.
jJ. C. McCoy. Mrs. J. C. McCoy and maid. Miss Til
jlle McKeevcr, C. E. Nathorst.W. J. O'Donovan, 11.
IC. Page. A. S. Phelps. Mrs. A. S. Phelps. D.
j Phelps. Miss Celeste Phelps. Mrs. I. B. Proeston,
J. Ryan, Rev. C. W. Snoop, Mrs. C. W. Sboop. G.
I\V Somerville. Mrs. G. W. Somerville, C. I. Stan
cliff, Mrs. C. I. Stancliff, Miss Josephine Stan-
I cliff Mrs. E. W. Stoueli and infant. Dr. W. E.
Tavfor, Mrs. W E. Tavlor. Miss Margaret L.
Taylor, E. Taylor. F. JL Thompson. F. J. Walk
er, Mrs. F. J. Walker. Miss Martha Wbealdon,
H. A. Wilbur. H. S. Williams, Mrs. H. S. Wil
liams, 11. Williams. Mrs. M. A. Williamson. S.
C. Yen. Miss Virginia C. Young.
Join at Honolulu—Dr. C. Ehlers. Mrs. C. Ehlers,
H. N. Holmes, Dr. E. Kayser L. Roy Slater.
Steam Shovel Slides Overboard
A steam shovel weighing 60 tons
rolled into the bay Friday evening from
the forward end of the car float I&
--gunitas, just as the float was being
docked at the car slip south of pier
36. The captain of the tug that was
shoving the float into the slip saw the
shovel when it began to slide. He rang
for full speed ahead, hoping that he
could have the float against the apron
of the slip by the tim« the -hovel
reached the falling off place. He was
just too late. The shovel fell between
apron and float. It hung there for a
minute or two, but before it could
be secured its weight shoved the float
back and the shovel went to the
bottom of the bay. A contract for
raising it was given yesterday to the
Union Iron works. Divers will put
slings around the shovel, which will
then he raised between two barges and
floated to the Union Iron works, where
the big crane will lift it out of the
water and replace it on the car barge
from which it slid.
Mnr> land Arrived From Bremerton
The United States armored cruiser
Maryland, which carried Secretary of
State Philander Knox to Japan to at
tend the funeral of the late emperor,
arrived here yesterday from Seattle
and went to Mare island. The Mary
land took Secretay Knox back to Se
attle. At Honolulu the cruiser picked
up Secretary of the Interior Fisher
and on the trip from the island port
to Seattle had two cabinet officers for
passengers. On its way down from
Seattle the Maryland was directed by
wireless to visit the scene of the wreck
of submarine F 1, which is ashore near
Watsonville. The Maryland went there,
but was unable to render any assist
ance. It is understood that the navy
department is considering the matter
of engaging the services of Captain
A. F. Pillsbury to get the submarine
from the beach into deep water. Cap
tain Pillsbury has bad much experience
in work of this kind and is said to
have been recommended as the man
who could save the boat if it was
possible to do so.
Water "Pront Notes.
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 1,220,000 feet.
The British steamer Workman of
the Harriaon line arrived yesterday
from Antwerp via Honolulu and San
Pedro with a cargo of general mer
chandise.
The ship Star of Scotland, Captain
Jkarsen, arrived yesterday, 10 days 22
hours from Liarsen's bay, with 44,000
cases of canned palmon.
The Japanese liner Tenyo "\faru, out
ward bound, arrived Friday at Yoko
hama.
The Pacific mail liner China, due to
morrow from the far east, is expected
to arrive about noon.
Movements of Transport*
Baforcl at San Francisco.
Crook at San Francisco.
Logan left San Francisco for Manila October
5, 1912.
Sheridan at San Francisco.
Sherman at San Francisco, to sail for Manila
November**. 1812.
Thomas left Manila October 15, 1812, for San
Francisco.
Export* hy the Moana
Tbe British steamer Moana sailed for Sydney
and way ports Wednesday with cargo valued at
$106,502. to be distributed as follows: For Ta
hiti, $33,1-9; New Zealand, $38,090; Australia.
$15,572; Friendly Wands, $1,696; Samoan Islands,
105. The following were the principal exports;
To Tahiti—2,so4 bbls flour. 360 cs canned
goods, 117 ctls barley. 1,800 lbs codfish, 1,888
lbs hnms and bacon, 45 ctls wheat. 52.846 lbs
and 12 cs bread, 334 bales hay, 4,320 lbs and 15
es lard, 120,455 lbs rice, 012 cs and 16 pkgs
salmon, 22 pkgw drugs, 9,570 lbs beans. 923 lbs
Cheese. 782 lbs dried fruit. 100 pksrs fresh fruits,
210 pkgs potatoes, 1.14 pkgs onions, 57 casks
beer. 7.596 lbs sugar, 2,216 gals wine, 57 bales
bags, 29 coils rope, 9 pkgs machinery, 28 cs
sewing machines, 00 pkgs wagon material, 66 ca
boots and shoes, 4 rolls leather, 81 cs oils, 450
lbs wool, 2 horses. 1 mule.
To New Zealand —82,020 lbs prunes, 11,200 Iba
assorted dried fruit, 249.789 iba raisins, 2,440
lbs codfish. «.000 bxs fresh apples. GO© hxs
oranges, 645 cs canned goods, 1,400 crates onions,
23S pkgs paints, 10 bbls ink, 37 bbls and 28 cs
| oils, 1 automobile and 1 cs parts.
To Australia—l.s3o bss fresh apples, 279 ca
canned goods I.B*lo ilia peas and beans. 11 pkgs
machinery. 25 bbls Ink. 13 hales rubber goo-la.
To Friendly islands— B,osO lbs rice, 21 cs
canned poods 17 pkgs fresh fruits, 10 cs sewing
machines, 4 pkgs saddlery.
Weather Report
United States department * *&?*%'£
Weatlier bureau. Sail Fraoemeo. Oct. 19. H"~
RAINFALL DATA
BTATDfNS

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Eureka
Red Bluff
Sicramento
Mt. Tamalpais
San Francisco
San Jose
Fresno
Independence
Ran Luis Obispo...,
Los Angeles
San Diego
0.12
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.77
4.12
1.25
2.35
1.23
0.71
0.10
0.70
0.04
0.56
1.26
2.85
1.67
0.94
1.16
0.96
0.87
0.66
0.63
1.06
0.41
0.35
2.01
1.28
0.18
0.31
0.28
0.30
0,10
0.7C
0.02
1.28
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PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:


STATIONS
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9 155
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Baker (
Boise i
Del Monte...
FureV-a
I .©OH Red Bluff I
| .01 j; Reno *.., <
i ,00! Koseburg ...';«"
; .1°! Sacramento ..;(
| .OOi Salt Lake..,.*
.01 ■ j San Diego.-. .;i
! Tr. I San Francisco! 1
.<_ San Jose [<
I .00 (S, L. Obispo. 1
j .01 JS.E. Faralloui"
1 .00 I Spokane j-
I .00 Summit |!
.00 Tacoma I*
I .lO'iTatoosh I
! .iloliTouopab ! (
[ .00! i Walla It
.OOi Wlnnemucca. |<"
I .54(1 Yuma I-
il .00
H .00
.38
1! .00
Tr.
U .00
:( .00
! .00
1 .00
i .00
a .os
'! Tr.
I .76
( .86
;| .00
I .02
! .00
: .00
Flagstaff ....|
Fresno :
Helena j
Honolulu
Independence.
Kalispel
Los Angoles.
Modena
n
M, Tamalpais
North Head..
Phoenix
Pocatello ....
P. R. Light.
Portland
I-.
EASTERN STATIONS
Abeline ! 82'd_' .00 jKnoxvilTe ...!70j62| .26
Atlantic Citvl70TeU .00 ! Louisville ..164.54! .00
Boston !70i54| .02 (Memphis ... !82'60 .00
Buffalo J5056 .78'! Montgomery .|74|««! .50
Charleston .,74170 .<_: Montreal . ..I8_|.. .34
Chicago (56144: .OOlMoorbead ...|__f_Sj .00
Denver |74J_8J .00, New Orleans. 78(70 .00
Dm Moines.. j60l«-j .00 New York... . i6Gl58 .00
Dodge City.. iS* 36 .001 North Platte. 166(30! .00
Duluth ......150 34 .OOi Oklahoma ... 78 46! .00
Durango jt',6 34 .OOi Pittsburg ... 10260 .42
Eastport 156 50 .16 Roswell 74'42 .00
Galveston ...80 70 .00l|St. Louis !«2'48l ,00
Green Bay...!54 40 .OOJiSt. Paul |52(38i .00
Hatteraij ....,74 8s .04, Tampa ;76i74j .22
Havre 52 36 .OOji Toledo 58|46| .01
Huron J62 2.1 .00|i Washington .|76'62i .00
Jacksonville .182 72' .04 Winnipeg ...;..|34|
Kansas City. 164148! .00||
•ALASKA STATIONS
Eagle .......1281 Si .04liTanana [221 6| .<"KS
Nome I.IS 1.10 .241 Valdea |46;_8| .04
Sitka !50;32| .0411
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The storm over the north Pacific coast ls
wiiieulng and now extends as far east aa the
Dakotas. It has caused rain In Washington,
Oregon and northern coast countiea of California.
Tne weat-ef has been dear in the Rocky
mountain section and east to the Al'aghanles.
Rain has fallen in the Atlantic coast states.
The temperature has fallen 10 degrees or more
In Kentucky, Ohio." Illinois and Indiana, and has
risen rapidly in the Rocky mountain states.
On the Pacific coast there hae bean a rapid
fall, except in Washington and northern Oregon,
where it is sllgbily warmer. In the great valley
of California tlfe weather ls comparatively cool,
afternoon temperatures ranging from 66 to 76
degrees.
FORECAST
Made for the 30 hours ending at midoig-t Sun
day, October 20:
San Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy; fooler
Sunday; moderate west wind.
Snnta Clara valley—Fair Sunday; continued
cor.!; light north wlud.
Sacramento valley—Fair Sunday; cooler; light
north wind.
San Joaquin valley—Fair Sunday; cooler;
light north wind.
• California south of Tehaehapi—Cloudy Sun
day, followed by fair, moderate temperature;
light cast wind, changing to southwest.
A. G. MeADIE. District Forecaster.
NEWS OF THE OCEAN
Tonnage Un Catena em a
The British steamer Indra is under charter for
grain from Puget sound or Columbia river to the
United Kingdom at 51s.
The following- lumber charters were announced
yesterday: Schooner A. B. Johnson and barken
tine H. G. Wilder from Grays Harbor to Talara
Bay at TOs; barkentlne C. F. Crocker from Puget
sound to Melbourne, January loading, private
terms; schooners Andy Mahony and Ethel Zane
from Grays Harbor to Honolulu at $7.50; schoo
ner Salem from Puget sound to Honolulu at
$7.50.
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 3 Washington! Pier 17... Union 1
Pier 5 JackaoniPier 19 Union 2
Pier 7 Pacific! Pier 21 Filbert
Pier 9 Broadway 1 Pier 23 Greepwich 1
Pier 11 Broadway 2|Pier 25 Greenwich 2
Pier 13 VaHeJo|Pler 27 Lombard
Pier 15 Green Pier 51 Powell
SOUTH OK MARKET STREET '
Pier 2 Mission IjPier 24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2 Pier 28 Main
Pier 6 Howard 1 Pier 34 Beale
Pier 8 Howard 2'Pier 36 Fremont
Pier 10 Howard 3 ! Pler 38.. First
Pier 12 Folsom llPier 40 1
Pier 14 Folsom 2|Pier 42 } P. it. S. S. Co.
Pier 16. Harrison j Pier 44 J
Pier 20 SteuartjPier 54 Fourth
HTDBOGXAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean lew water, entrance to harbor.
PLACE j Ft. | Date
i[Sep. 26jChsnnel shifting gradu-
' | ally northwest.
j.Tune 12
hannel straight out
u.
1
from Jetty.
hanuel sfraigbt In from
whistling buoy.
here is a middle grounc.
formed on tbe range
and the best channel
is north of this.
flannel is sti
snd }n good
over bat are in correct
well to north.
sapd spit on
near outer red

west.
'•■'
almost straight,
v to northward.
-
north

SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
EITHEKA. Oct. 18.—Only one steamer, the City
of Topeka from San Francisco, with freight mail
«nd passengers, crossed the bar today, the heavy
seas at the entrance having prevented all other
craft from crossing. The steamers Ravalli Des
patch. Washington and Phoenix, all with lum
ber for San Francisco, and the steamer Bow
doln. with lumber for San Pedro, are barbound
within the harbor.
The steamer Alliance was expected this after
noon from Portland and Astoria, but did not
enter port. It Is thought the Alliance wil! ar
rive early tomorrow morning and depart In the
afternoon en the return trip.
SEATTLE, Oct. 19.—Arrived—Steamers Cor
dova and ALfvi, from southeastern Alaska; steam
er Manna, from Vancouver; steamer Argyll from
San Francisco: ship A, J. Fuller, from L'yak
bark Harriet, from Port Heide. w--.
Sailed—Steamer Humboldt, for gkagway- steam
er Buckman. for Taeoma; steamer Dlrigo for
southeastern Alaska: steamers Kdit„ and Lee
lanaw, for San Francisco,
PORTLAND, Oct. 19—The storm in the har
bor last uiglit was one of the worat ever expe
rienced. Tbe ateam schooner Saginaw is at
Conch street dock discharging cargo, and at I
o'clock this morning It became necessary to call
out the crew to put out additional hawsers as
there was dangor of the craft breaking awfey'and
crashing into the Burnable bridge.
The barkentiue Koko Head, which arrived In
tbe harbor last night and dropped anchor in the
stream off Innian, Poulsen & Co.'a mill, began
to drag anchors when the storm came up, a _d
In spite of a second raudhook being droD-ed'
drifted about 100 feet down the river. '
Tha gasoline schooner Patsy was at Oak street
dock today discharging general freight from Aber
deen.
The steam schooner Bt. Helens after discharg
ing freight will go to Halnier to load lumber
The steam schooner Saginaw wllj leave for
Willapa Harbor tomorrow morning to load lumber
for San Pedro.
The steamer Isthmian sailed this afternoon for
Saline Ones.
The Norwegian steamer Tit-ala left for Puget
Continued on Page 73
COUNCIL BOOSTS
FOR ROAD BONDS
San Francisco Aids San Mateo
to County Good Roads
Campaign
Tho committee on interurban rela
tions of the board of supervisors is to
co-operate with the executive commit
tee in charge of the San Mateo county
good roads bond issue campaign. Su
pervisor J. Emroett Hayden, the chair
man, having proffered the assistance
of that body in securing the passage
of the bonds.
"It is to the interest of San Fran
ciaco almost as much as to San Mateo
county to have the good roads bul'.t
as soon as possible," said Hayden In
making the announcement yesterday.
"We want to see ttie peninsula properly
developed by the time of the exposition.
Good roads alone will develop that
country, whi'h has not been in tho
race with tbe other sections of the
country adjoining. The automobile
and the auto truck are factors of the
highest importance to the development
of the territory contiguous to a me
tropolis, and so developing the me
tropolis itself.
BENEFIT TO SAT FRANCISCO
"The growing popularity of country
life since the coming of the modern
automobile is a subject which needs
hardly to be called to the attention of
the intelligent observer. Good roads
and the automobile will develop the
wonderful country lying down the
peninsula, both on the bay and ocean
shores.
"The development of this country
bears directly upon the future of San
Francisco and it is the duty of this
committee to do everything possible to
assist San Mateo county to pass the
bonds.
"Our experience In campaigning for
tha civic center bond Issue should
prove valuable to the executive com
mittee, as the methods we pursued
brought out the record vote.
"There should be no difficulty in
awaking the voters of San Mateo
county to the benefits of good roads
there. Th e decreased cost of hauling
farm and garden products and the In
crease In the value of land, following
good roads, would In a very short time
pay for the roads three or four times
over.
PROPERTY VALUES INCREASE
"The development and the increased
value of the beautiful sections which
are bound to develop into the choicest
residential neighborhoods adjoining
San Francisco following the road 3
should be the stimulu- for the greatest
activity among the property owners In
the bond campaign. The expenditure
of $1,350,000 on the road plan as it is
laid out on the map distributed among
the voters should be the means of de
veloping every sectiorr*sHCcording to its
Individual needs. The new roads along
the ocean will develop that coun
try into one of the most valuable diver
sified farming and gardening sections
in tha United States. Already thai arti
chokes there are famous jn the best
hotels in New York. By the time the
exposition crowds arrive here the de
mand for accessible land will be great
and the values high. All this means
the prosperity of San Francisco,"
LONG LIST REPORTED
OF DOWNTOWN LEASES
Harrigan, Weldenmuller company an
nounce having closed the following
leases:
For the Warehouse Investment company to the
American Druggist syndicate of the Pacific .oast,
the three story and basement concrete building to
be constructed In the southerly line of Tnwnsend
street. 44 feet 6 inches west of Second. 44:_!.__
feet, for a term of 10 years at a total rental of
$30,000.
For tbe S. ft H, Lacbman estate to the Facl9e
Fence Construction company, tbe store and ba*e
ment at 423-27 Market street for a term of B.Te
years at a total rental of $18,000.
For the Collins-McCarthy Candy company to
Grauucci Brothers Hardware company, the entire
three story and basement brick building in the
westerly line of Front street between Jackson
and Pacific for a term of seven and a half years
at a total rental of $21,600.
For the Crocker Estate company to Klien A
Levy, the southerly store and .basement In the
five story aud basement fireproof building at the
southwest corner of Bush and Sansome streets
for a term of five years at a total rental of
$21,000.
For C. F. Morse ft Co. to Eellerbach Paper
company, tbe three story and basement build m
iv tiie east line of Battery street. 91 :S north of
Jackson. 45:10ilS7:fi, for a term of two years at
a total rental of $7,200.
For the Bothin Real Eatate company to Zeller
hach Paper company, the three story and ha#e
ment brick building in tbe east line of Battery
street, 01:8 north of Jackson, for a term of three
years from January 1, 1015, at a total rental of
$10,800.
For the Keystone Poultry snd Egg company to
Benjamin J. Baom, tha third and fourth floors in
the four story and basement building at the
northwesterly corner of Clay and Battery street*
for a term of five yearn at a total rental of
$8,400. „
For the Powell Street Investment company to
Matthew T. Eddy, the store at 40 Anna lane, on
private terras.
For the Terminal Investment company to
Charles Lenhenheimer. the store and basement at
49 Sacramento street, in the Terminal Hotel
building, on private terms.
SALES REPORTED IN
THE RICHMOND DISTRICT
J. R. Saul, the real estate broker of
the Richmond district, reports the fol
lowing sales:
Henry Gorman and wffe to Bertha C. Furse.
lot and improvements in the east Hue of Seventh
avenue, _0O feet soutb of California street,
25x120 feet.
Anglo-California Tn*st company to Dr. H. 8.
MoGavran lot 25x100 feet in the east line of
Fifteenth avenne, 88:8 feet south of Geary
street'
Alice K. Bentz to Almee Hodsens, lot 2"x120
feet in the west line of Twenty fifth avenue, 100
feet sonth of Lake street.
Anglo-CalifornU Trust company to Sol Oets.
lot 50x73:S feet in the south line of Geary
street. 50 feet east of Fifteenth avenue.
Robert Allen to William W. Yates, lot 2SxW J
feet in tbe east line of Twelfth avenue. ISO fe#t-»
north of Geary street.
B- Olympic to J, Prat, lot 25x1.17:8 in the
south line of Turk street, 176 feet east of
First avenue.
Anglo-California Trnst company to Francis
Paul!, lot 25x100 feet In the east line of Fif
teenth avenue. 73:8 feet south of Geary street-
Anglo-California Trust company to Kmillo
Allen. bit 35x100 feet in the east Hue or Fif
teenth avenue 123:8 feet south or Geary street
M. A. Lawrence to Thomas Polklnghe.ru. lot
and Improvements In the west line of Sixth
avenue, 150 feet north of Anza street, lot 25x120
feet.
A J. Menne to Albert Vendt, lot 25x120 feet
in the west line of Twelfth avenue. 100 feet
north of Geary street.
A. .1. Thomas to Sallie B, McPherson. lot and
improvements on the west line of Thlrty-flflh
avenue. 200 feet south of Clement street.
JOTTINGS FROM WIDELY
SCATTERED DISTRICTS
The Cilen Park Improvement club has
petitioned for the extension of Chenery
street from Natiek to Diamond.
The fire commissioners have Indorsed
the recommendation that hereafter all
Are lota be not less than 50 feet in
width.
The California Canneries, in a com
munication to the supervisor-, calls
attention to the necessity of provid
ing- a direct outlet from the Potrero to
China basin,
Mrs. Otto Fulmore has written to the
supervisors suggesting that the offer
of the Sutro heirs should include a
small parcel of land at Lincoln way and
the great highway which 1" claimed
both by the city and the heirs.
San Francisco parlor No. 49, N. 8. O.
W., ha*" approved of the petition of the 4
Outdoor Art league to the board of
supervisors asking for a bond election
to acquire lands on Telegraph hill to
be used for park purposes.
The board of education has requested
the submission of a charter amend
ment giving it control of the construc
tion and repair of all school buildl-»___

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