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HORSES, HARNESS AND WAGONS
_ Continued
MARES—MARES HORSES—HORSES
MULES—MULES
Just arrived, carload of fresh young country
mares and horses, weighing from 1.800 to 1.600
pounds, from 3 to 7 years old, mostly blacks and
bays: some matched teams among tbem. They
are all sound and young team mares, both blacks,
weighing 2.000, closely mated, 5 aud 6 years old.
Team blacks, mare and horse, weighing 2,800
pounds, closely mated. 4 and 5 years old.
Team blacks, mare and borne, both 5 years
old, weighing 2,600 pounds, closely mated.
S:;4f>_Tcam golden sorrels, mare and horse,
ig 2,850 pounds, both 5 years old.
$200—Team brown mares, both In foal to Im
ported Belgian stallion. They are 5 and 7 years
old and weigh 2.550 pounds.
$__(W— Team mares, both seal browns. 5 and 6
years old. weighing 2.800 pounds. Would make a
grand bakery or milk wagon team.
$185—Team horses, sorrel and brown, weighing
2.500 pounds and 7 and 8 years old. This is a
c.ty team, a little cobble sore.
MILES—MILES—MULES
14 head of unbroken mules, all 3 and 4 years
old. Some matched teams among them. They
weigh from 900 to 1,050 pounds each.
Two matched teams of gentle work mules,
weighing from 1.100 to 1.300 pounds each.
Also 20 head of footsore city mares and
horses, weighing from 1.000 to 1.500 pounds, from
$30 up. THIS STOCK IS ALL GUARANTEED.
GOOD WORKERS AND ALL HAVE GOOD
WIND. ALL HORSES SOLD WITH A FULL
GUARANTEE AND TRIAL.
MISSION SALE STABLES.
430 VALENCIA ST. near 15th.
ORCHARD AND RANCHMEN TAKE NOTICE
The Coyne-Hagan Construction and Teaming
Co. are forced to sell a portion of their stock,
including sand wagons. harness, mares and
horses, both light and heavy. Includine one beau
tiful sorrel mare heavy ln foal. We have six
matched teams and several single horses. Prices
from $140 up.
552 Haight st, near Fillmore.
AAA— HORSES MARES HORSES
For sale cheap. 3 mated teams of mares and 2
single horses, weighing from 1.100 to 1.350.
MUNSON HAY BARN, 2110 Mission street, uear
Seventeenth.
HANDSOME park Stanhope, almost new. a cut
under; also a light surrey. 1243 Folsom st.
BUSINESS CHANCES
DAVIS BROS. W. A. SIMON. Mgr.
WIDEAWAKE BUSINESS BROKERS
403-405 Pacific building. Phone Douglas 1533
If tou want t" invest in a
MOVING PICTURE THEATER
REMEMPER
We are specialists IN THAT LINE. Just now
we have on our books two at
SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICES.
Come ln and we'll tell you about them.
$100—MOVING PICTURE. SPECIAL FEATURE
Life story of "Kid Canfleld." notorious New
York gambler, exposing tricks used to swindle
people: can show anywhere.
DAVIS BROS., 40. Paciflc bldg.
MOVING PICTURE THEATER FOR RENT
300 opera chairs. 2 machines, electric piano:
everything complete to open at once: part of
rent to apply on purchase price if you decide
to buy: act quick. DAVIS BROS., 403 Pacific
building.
APARTMENT HOUSE OF 24 ROOMS
STEAM HEAT; least- over fair: rent $175; north
of Market st. and below Larkln.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg.
50 BOOM hotel and apartment; north of Market:
hot and cold water lv every room: steam heat;
clearing $17.. month: rent only $4.50 a room; 5
years' lease; onlr $3,000, part cash.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg.
T<» LEASE
132 ROOMS, downtown: modern: near Market;
St.; rent only $6.75 room; no cash security.
DAVIS BROS.. 10" Paciflc bldg.
BAKERY doing $25 day store trade; no deliv
ers; brick oven; gas burner: real cheap at j
$K<N...
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg. j
GROCERY and liquors; one large living room; I
good trade and great bargain for $550.
DAVIS BROS., 40- Pacific bldg.
LUNCH COUNTER in busy section doing $45 ]
day; good money maker for $500; rent $40.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg.
CANDY, stationery, notions; 2 furnished living
rooms: rent $.'l5; good clean stock; $500.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg.
RESTAURANT, DOWNTOWN, NORTH OF
MARKET: $.-.0 to $40 DAY TRADE; rent $50:
big bargain for $1,000.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 PaMflc bldg.
PARTNER with $200 and services; established
office business; each can easily make $100 or
more monthly; man needed more than money.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg.
GROCERY AND DELICATESSEN: clearing from
$150 to $175 per month: 4 nice living rooms
Riid bath: rent $30: lease; only $800.
DAVIS BROS.. 40*', Pacific bldg.
CANDY store and lunchroom; present owner 4
years; 1 good living rooms; rent $30; long!
lease; only $330: sec this at once.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Paciflc bldg.
LOCAL manager In each city to supply local
automobile owners, supply houses and garages
with CISCO —a big mouey saver; no competi-
Inrge immediate profits: must be able
to handle salesmen and have from $50 to $250
cash, depending on awarded territory: no prop
osition like this ever before offered. Don't
write unless you can qualify with cash as well
as references, and we will submit an unusually
attractive contract. E. C ROUTZAHN, 127
Dusne *t.. New York city.
KREDO & CO.. 702 Market st..
Flanncry bldg. Money advanced on
( ify Ren] Estate and Ranches.
20 «.. [quipped; 200 chickens; $1,000 cash.
25 a.: 250 chicks: Napa; $1,600: $1,000 cash.
P!0 a. stock ranch; 4 a. orchard; $2,750 cash.
40 a.: 3 horses, 4 com: nr. coast town: $1,600.
Sec KREDO. the Land Agent. 702 Market st.
WANT to lease my bakery business for 2 years;
good for a married baker .hat understands
lis tr«d»: $1,800 cash for fixtures and stock;
good paying business; will show party every
thing. For full particulars write to Box 97,
Virginia 'City, Nev. Don't write unless yon
mean business, or come and see It.
HAVING TWO stores, one at Cliff house, the
other at :!01l irtth st., corner of Mission. I
want to sell; long lease; fixtures and stock of
stationery, art goods and novelties: good busi
ness corner: established 6 years; come and in
vestigate; arrange payments to suit.
AN opportunity with the Saturday Evening
feet; a city and county route for sale; both
paying good profits; a high class investment.
The Saturday Evening Post Is ever lncreas
ing in circulation. 1012 Phelan bldg.. B. I .
STOCK snd bond issues marketed; large invest
ing clientage: active sales organization: give
full particulars and references; established
house. Post box 1922. New York.
ARE you looking for a bargain? Stationery,
toys, candy, etc.; suitable for lady or gen
tleman; splendid location; long lease; cheap
rent. Pbone Paciflc 2209.
IE you want to be SUWsful at Monte Carlo,
only small capital required to make large
fortune by an unbreakable progression, write
me. Box 2005. r a !l office.
FIRST CLASS painting and decorating business
for sale dnvolcei; establish-.! 15 years. Ap
ply H. T. JAMES. M« Mission Vt . S. I\,
BASS HEUTF.R CO.
WELL KNOWN young aviator with machine re
quires financial backing: will give s<> per
cent of the profit to the right part v. Box
2088. Call office.
GARAGE partner wanted; must be flrst class
me.-hanic; long established, doing good business,
in country town; requires $2,000. Box 2141'
Call offlce.
DRUG store; good proposition for active man;
will sell under value for Qttlck sale. Apply F
A. WEEK REALTY CO.. 501 3d ay.. city." '
WELL established grocery business, doing $1,400
monthly business, for sale hy J. M. CUSTER
Ssn Bruno.
OOOD restaurant for sale, or will take partner;
in good location; rent reasonable. Box '>OSO'
office.
FOR hale—Good cigar stand: owner leaving the
city; price $400 if sold at once. 722 Broad
way. Oakland.
STATIONERY and toy store; must be sold this
week: owner leaving city. Phone Pacific 2209.
!pii.O—2d hand furniture, or will exchange. 1403
Liese ay. and 14th st.. Oakland.
NEAT candy and stationery business, well lo
cated: living rooms. 2810 Mission st.
WANTED—To buy a moving picture outfit. Ad
dress box 5121. Call office, Oakland.
15 ROOMS, all rented, beautifully furnished;
clears $75 a month: rent $05 a month: all oat
side rooms. 1234 Geary st. cor. Gongh.
$I.2oo—Bakery and confectionery, 2 horses,
wagon; rent $35. Apply 10..0 Fruitvale a v..
Fruitvale.
GROCERY store and rooming house at a bar
gain. Parties must go east. Call at 1157
Folhom st.
VISE cor. store to let; 3 living rooms; large
basement. 1401 Lyon, corner Post. $35.
LACKO—Cleanses gas ranges, makes hygienic I
dusters. 833 Market. Exc. dint agent wanted, j
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BUSINESS CHANCES
Continued
A—
LUBECK'S, Inc.,
Sixth floor. Pacific building. Market and 4th sts.
Phone Kearny 1702, Home JlO2O.
ALL LINES OF BUSINESS SOLD.
CITY OR COUNTRY.
TO BUYERS AND SELLEI.S:
Our well known and long established reputation
is a guarantee that yon will get reliable and
efficient service In dealing through us.
LOAN DEPARTMENT FOR INVESTORS.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BI.DO.
$-.10— DAIRY BUSINESS and two routes: clears
$150 month; liveliest town in Napa valley.
LUBECK'S. 002 PACIFIC BLPO.
$800— RESTAURANT, absolutely the best and
most profitable in city for the money; living
rooms In connection.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
HALF INTEREST In big paying van and storage
fewness: horses, vans, wagons, etc.; also
corrugated iron warehouse; guaranteed salary
with large profits; $2,200 cash will handle;
exclusive at LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
SS.-.O—SWELL CIGAR STA>."»> near Powell and
Market sts.: 7 year lease; very reasonable
rent; clean staple stock.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
PARTNERSHIP ln old established GROCERY
and SALOON BUSINESS. The grocery de
partment does alone a yearly business of over
$10,000, besides bar receipts average $40 day:
guaranteed salary and big dividends assured
on investment: exclusively at
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$I.6OO—HOTEL and BAR; best payroll town ln
state; house always full with steady boarders;
BIG BAR PATRONAGE; poor health necessi
tates owner selling.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC. BLDG.
COUNTRY BAKERY; one of the most pros
perous towns ln state; all caah trade; equip
ment none better.
LUBECK'S, 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
FEED and FUEL BUSINESS, clearing over $200
month; live town within 1 hour from S. F.;
no opposition; big stock of hay. grain, coal
and wood, also horses, wagons, etc.; price
$2.000. LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$275—CIGAR STAND and laundry agency; ex
cellent transfer corner: certainly a snap. See
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$1,500 buys HALF INTEREST In established
auto repair and paint shop: thoroughly
equipped with modern machinery; present
profits $400 month, can be greatly increased:
$1,500 work now on hand; exclusively at
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$3,000—81G PAYING GROCERY: established 12
years; across the bay In prosperous and fast
growing town; monthly receipts over $2,000;
owner retiring, will Invoice if desired.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
SMALL ROOMING HOUSE—We hive on our
list a large number of small houses In good
locations that are making good profits, and
also houses that make good homes and help
bear the expenses. If you are interested, call
and get our lists.
LUBFCK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$2.000 —SALOON: best buy in San Francisco;
rent $62.50 month; 5 year lease: daily re
ceipts $30 and up; fixtures Al. See this at
once.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$475—RESTAURANT; close to Market St.; big
paying; first class equipment; low rent and
lease: genuine bargain.
LUBECK'S, 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$1,250 buys HALF INTEREST In fine paying
saloog: trial given to riabt narty. See
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
NICKELODEON: best buy in city: $650 cash
down and $600 easy terms, will purchase a
moving picture theater close to civic center;
elecantly equipped: seating capacity !tno :
clearing $200 month; disagreement of part
ners reason for sale.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$1.250 —ROOMING HOUSE. 20 rooms, close in;
fine location: rent only $4 room: long lease;
clearing over $100 per month: fine furniture
and carpets.
LUBFCK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
$375—GROCERY and LIQUOR STORE: dandy
location; good business; full value; fine propo
sition for man and wife.
LCBFCK'S. 602 PACIFTC BLDG.
$L2.V> —PARTNER wanted In pool and billiard
parlors: clears $450 month; 7 swell tables and
equipped up to date In every respect: one of
the partners must leave for east; will give
trial to responsible party.
LUBFCK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
SAWMILL PROPOSITION—4O.OOO,OOO feet hie
redwood timber: modern eqnlpped mill. 25.000
feet daily capacity: splendid chance to procure
substantial interest; only small capital neces
sary; a guaranteed salaried position goes with
investment. Further Information exclusively at
LUBFCK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
LEASES AND TITLES GUARANTEED at
LUBFCK'S, 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
WE HAVE MANY other exclusive propositions
on our list that It Is worth your while to call
or write and investigate for yourself. Let us
locate you right. V
LUBECK'S
LUBECK'S
LUBECK'S
S!_th floor. PACIFIC BLDG., Market at 4th.
$125—Big paying specialty.
$185—Restaurant: electric organ.
$200 —Grocery and delicatessen.
$250 —Grocery ne3r large school.
$275 —Grocery and delicatessen.
$.150—Bntcher shop and grocery.
$425 —Grocery and schocj supplies.
$450—Tailor shop; 150 regular customers.
$450—Vegetables, fruit and grocery.
$500 —Corset and waist shop; established busi
ness, Mg profits and a big bargain.
$550—Handles established business.
$(?50—Grocery and school supplies.
$650—Lodging house. 21 rooms.
fsoo —Delicatessen manufacturing plant.
$950 —Grocery, dry goods and notions.
$050 —Grocery and bakery.
$.tr>o—Grocery and delicatessen.
$.*>. —Candies and delicatessen.
$1.050~-Grocery and bakery: bargain.
$1.200 —Cigar stand and grocery.
$I.2oo—Butcher shop: good trade.
$I.2oO—Bakery, well established.
$1,200 —Notion store: living rooms.
$1.400 —Bakery: all day work.
$1.500 —Butcher shop; good location.
$2,loo—lodging house. 27 rooms; running water;
clears $130 a month: part cash.
$1.625 —Buys an established oil business.
$I.lso—Ladles' and children's furnishings.
$1,500— Bnys all rights to the best metal polish
ever put on the market.
$1.00o —poo! parlor and cigar stand: part cash.
IL G. WILLIAMS. 1248 13th ay.. Oakland.
LAND.
A
TANGIBLE.
SOUND
INVESTMENT.
I hold a selling contract to 640 acres of the
finest date growing soil, artesian aud ditch
water, located In Coachella and Imperial valleys.
My contract has release clause at $25 per acre.
from 1 acre up, as sold: situated half mile from
station, on main line S. P. Ry.: all and every
condition Heal: have over $1,000 worth of the
finest of literature of all descriptions; everything
required bo Insure greatest success: 320 acres
platted to 2\i and 5 acre tracts; will sell rap-
Idly at $250 per acre. Owing to continued sick
ness. I will sell this splendid proposition for
$7,500. half casb, balance may be paid from
salfr of land, on Itasls of 10 per cent; this ele
gant proposition will sbow any man or company
that will give right attention a net profit of
over $100,000 in the next 2 years, with actual
cash investment of $3,750. For complete In
formation address MANAGER, 1251 So. Bonnie
Brae St.. Los Angeles. Cnl.
FOR LEASE.
New. modern. 50 rm.. cor. apart, house, just
completed; beautiful: convenient to locals and
cars.
TO RENT. FURNISHED.
A modern. 50 rm. apart, house with fine fur
nishings and long lease; in a very desirable
location.
For $•'!.soo—Drug store, ror.. extra good loca
tion: fine paying business Investment.
For $3^o0 —Saloon In business center of Oak
land: rent $75; long lease.
Grocery stores, cigar stands, apart., rooming
or l>onrding houses, or business opportunities of
any kind. We have a most complete (fat to
select from.
THOS. C. SPILKER * CO.,
280 Bacon block. Oakland.
POOLROOM and cigar stand; good business;
low rent; until after fair. Box 2052, Call.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$1
* $
f ROOMING HOUSE OF 27 ROOMS $
S FOR SALE. $
* i
$ Two story house, elegant neighborhood, $
> $
$ large yard, new furniture, clearing $125 $
$ $
$ a month; a 5 year lease; rent $85 m $
* $
$ month. Owner wishes to sell and resume $
$ $
$ a former business that needs his attention, $
5 *
$ and will sell at a great sacrifice, and must $
$ $
$ sell In 10 days. «
I •• $
$ See F. CHESSMAN, with F. B. HOUGH, $
* $
904 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. $
; $4msssss!.ss.mssss.sssssssssssyssssssy|s|||f
, _I^ESTMENTS~
H. A. ROENITJS. B-tOKER.
751-53 Phelan bldg.. San Francisco. Cal.
Buys and sells all local insurance, rubber oil
mining and Industrial stocks anil bonds. ' Spe
cialty, Mascot. \
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
INVESTMENTS
Continued
CHESTER B. ELLIS A CO.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
714 Market st., opp. Call Building.
Largest Dealers in Exclusive Nonllsted Securities
on the Pacific Coast. Established 1899.
WE OFFER FOR SALE:
100 American Telegraphone @ $2.00
50 American Druggist Syndicate. .. (a: 14.2..
50 American Marconi (new stock)..? Market
2,000 Boston Pacific Oil <m 20
50 California State Life Ins. Oo <$ 20.50
25 Chiapas Rubber *. 8.00
I Hidalgo Rubber _« 220.00
2<Y> Mascot Copper _£ Bargain
3.000 National Wireless ■ -08
1,000 Sunnyvale Land Oo 6 .55
200 San Francisco Bay Imp U 3.25
2,500 Tidewater fc Southern Ry ftu ."0
500 U. I. (Stockton T. &. K. Ry.)..'"' -55
40 United Properties Bonds <i 6 Market
600 Yellowstone Oil n .18
Can furnish any other unlisted stock on the
market at a saving of 20 to 50 per cent
WANTED:
If you have any of the following you wish to
sell, advise n#» of number of shares snd very
lowest net price acceptable: Pacific Surety, Pac.
Slopes Sec.. La Zacualpa Rubber. Coin t .in
trolled Lock, Hubbard-Elliott, Tidewater Son.
Ry.. Mascot Copper. Pyramid Oil, United Drop,
bonds. Cal. State Life Ins.. Auto Switch, West
ern States Life, Chl.-N. Y. Air Line, Vulcan
Fire Ins.. Marconi Wireless (Bug., Amer. and
Can... etc.
We handle stocks of all tbe S. F. Banks.
a! c. white company, brokers. "
323 Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco. Cal.
Principal lH»alers ln All Unlisted Securities,
Insurance and S. F. Bank Stocks.
WE WILL SELL
100 American Marconi Wireless $7.00
100 American -Drug Syndicate 13.75
1,000 Boston Pacific Oil 10
100 California State Life Ins. Co 20.25
1.000 Calamont Copper 75
140 California Pine Box A Lumber Co.. 65.00
5 Coin Machine Mfg. Oo 55.00
500 California Motor Car Co 60
1,000 Capitol Fire Ins. Oo 1-25
800 Illinois Crude Oil 10
200 Mascot Copper 2.25
1,000 National Wireless T. A T. Oo 11
6 Oakland Hotel, with 12 common 50.00
500 San Francisco Life Ins 1.15
1 San Carlos Synd. Bond 6 per cent..700.00
50 Vulcan Fire Ins. Co 14.50
1,000 Tidewater & Southern Ry 70
500 U. I. (Stockton Term. A East. Ry». .50
50 Western States Life Ins. Oo 12.60
We save you money on all transactions.
WE WILL BIT
Mascot Copper. Marconi Wireless, Chic. & N.
Y. Air Line. Vulcan Fire. Poulsen Wireless,
Western States Life. Call Auto Switch. U. S.
Cashier, etc., etc.. etc.
LAND,
A
TANGIBLE,
SOUND
INVESTMENT.
I hold a selling contract to 640 acres of the
finest date growing soil, artesian and ditch
water, located in Coachella and Imperial valleys.
My contract has release clause at $25 per acre,
from 1 acre up, as sold: situated halt mile from
station, on main line S. P. Ry.: all and every
condition ideal; have over $1,000 worth of the
finest of literature of all descriptions: everything
required to insure greatest success: 320 acres
platted to 2% and 5 acre tracts: will sell rap
idly at $250 per acre. Owing to continued sick
ness, I will sell this splendid proposition for
$7,500. half cash, balance may be paid from
sale of land, on basis of 10 per cent; this ele
gant proposition will show any man or company
that will give right attention a net profit nf
over $100,000 in tbe next 2 years, with actual
cash investment of $3,750. For complete in
formation address MANAGER, 1251 So. Bonnie
Brae St., Los Angeles. Cal.
MASCOT ;. MASCOT ....■'..■ MASCOT
«-*' For sale—Any part 500 shares : Mascot Copper,
$2.50. We buy and sell ; stocks and bonds.
j W. E. LOGAN. 17 , Bacon block. Oakland. ?jg
-::;:.-.-^'"^:^FINANCIAL." : VV - -.'
BONDS bought and :■ sold; corporations financed.
AMERICAN BOND COMPANY. 1000 CalPbldg.
MONEYITO LOAN
AA—NOTICE—WHEN TOD NEED , MONEY ON
YOUR SALARY. WHY NOT DEAL WITH A
. RELIABLE FIRM? VOIR BUSINESS IS
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL; RATES CHEAP
EST IN THE CITY. \:y ■■■*-.-"■-■ .; ,;■;;-■*.
'-'-'' '.':- ' •'•'':■' '',■■■: -'Semi. ■" *'
: Monthly. Monthly. Weekly.
$50.00 — bark s $12.00 .. $0.00 * $3.00
45.00 ~" ':."■ 10.00 5.00 2.50"
- 30.00 " " ,7.00 3.80 1.70
-20.00 ...".-.-"_* 5.00 ■-.'■■:. ■ 2.50 ;.*•*■ -» 1.9 ">
UNION: CREDIT CO.. 360 PHELAN BLDG.
AAA—SALARY LOANS—SALARY LOANS \> -a
- •• v New System, i Lowest . Rates. *..
Loans made | for one, two, % three .or } six j months.
. : Your t friends sor i employer • never ; know. ,:
SEABOARD LOAN COMPANY. v 7
609 Chronicle building. Office open Ba. m. to 6
V' p. m. ;. Monday and Saturday until 8 p. m. •\.
AAA—HOUSEHOLD i LOAN COMPANY <M -- -V
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE.
- PIANOS. ETC.; $10 to $200; I LOW 1 COST: CON-
I FIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.
CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE '
5579 PACIFIC BLDG., FOURTH and MARKET.
- " ;: PHONE DOUGLAS 3265. v' C
OAKLAND offlce, . 518 First National Bank bldg.
MONEY loaned *on I furniture, pianos - and J other
security: lowest rates; most favorable terms In
this city; see others, then see me and be con
vinced; will save you money; $2.25 '■ weekly ,
pays $50 loan. Phone Market 3020. GEORGE
;.W. t MILLER, 4 3009 16th *. at. : southwest ; corner
_ Mission, room 35. ■ .r.'-.;-v' : " ; .*'-.:•-• ■ ■-■.-* *V.
LOANS to SALARIED persotis, WAGE earners.
TEACHERS. CITY EMPLOYES and OTHERS
with FIXED Incomes; also OTHER proposi
tions. Including ■ advances on j INSURANCE | and
WAREHOUSE receipts; rates reasonable: pay
ments easy. 433 Phelan bldg.; ph. Douglas 3244.
•A—TREMAIN, with absolute privacy, any amount
at 3 per cent on furniture, pianos, etc., without
removal, ; payable - in s installments * or * straight
I loans, at lowest rates cash, payment . reducing
interest: no commissions. ,: 833 Market st. next
Emporium, room 811: . phone Douglas ' 2405. _?;-*.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE! and oth
; er* | upon their I own I names; I cheap > rates; ; eaav
payments: confidential. D. iH. TOLMAN. . 949
Phelan bldg.. and room 9. 460 I.lth St.. Oakland.
■' i --i* ILLINOIS FINANCE COMPANY, £-*»«>'
SUCCESSORS TO ILLINOIS TRUST CO. '*
-- Room 410. 948 Market at.
■,-•;- - ■■■;; ;.-:.■■■■;- Over Bank of Italy. .'.'.;
~ y BALDWIN JEWELRY CO.,
Gold and Silver ; Smiths, . ...-■'.'. %
■•'.' --«-. 29-35 Kearny Street. *.-■■.- .
LOAN ; DEPT. : RATES 2 ; PER ; CENT PER! MO.
CASH . advanced on salaries; no , security; | lowest
rates. 313 Merchants' Exchange building; phone
. ; Douglas 1 1411, and 508 Call ■ building, .atone
Sutter 2537. ■..; ..„.;." r ..,;-;.. .-. ■ "\.v : -;
AAA —Wage ; earners, either men or I women. 1 :- can
make a loan in strictest confidence at Hie Era
-.-]:■ ployes' Credit : Co., room . 424. ; Monadnock : bldg.
AAA—SALARIED men and women accommodated
I without . delay or publicity. Home > Credit . and
. Investment Co.. 321 Phelan bldg.. third floor.
MONEY advanced salaried 5 people permanently
. I employed: 1 low I rate; I easy | terms; 1 confidential.
:; P. D. - DRAKE. 201 , Mechanics' b!dg.. 948 Mkt.
BURLINGAME . or '<- San £ Francisco I loans 7 wanted,
•~i any ? amount >on : . improved . property. . LYON * &
HOAG. 660 Market st. y y - '
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without ln
dorser. MORRELL. 1097 ; Monadnock bldg. s"s
SALARIED LOANS: other propositions. San Fran
;*:;cisco i Discount Agency. '411 Pacific, building. |
GOLDEN t GATE I Loan | Of flee, ; 110 * Kearny St.—
Low rates on jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL. ?" •
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE / CALL *' IS
v AT 1657 FILLMORE , ST. -■ -
WE have ' several thousand > ; dollars sto . loan I upon
::..[ city, Oakland, San Mateo, Richmond and Point
II Richmond '•-■ property; » first _or second mortgage,
'• at 6 and 7 per cent. No trouble or unnecessary
." delays; pay off s same as • rent; if in r* need t. of
. ; money to . improve, ;or . clear ? off * Indebtedness
V about to be closed, call on us and iwe can help
• you out. ---.•■:.^.-.--i,.-•.:■■_■-... ■*-,■■;■•- .■.■_-.,-.. ; --. ,'-._.
F. AMBROSE & CO.. '
, ;---.■-,-:.,. 3250 Mission st. near 29th.
AAAA—WiII : loan i any ■ amount jat lowest ', interest '
g on i first, ,» second I and I third . mortgagee; I estates
*- In :. probate, undivided ? Interest; . deals directly
y' with lender; .no _ delay. R. McCOLGAN. 502-
B 504 1 Call I bldg., corner 13d ; and * Market; h phone
Douglas 2535. The oldest established and lead
. .•■■ ing financial agency on \ the { Pacific coast. ■; ;. |
''; .-v. "-;". ; DIRECT . MONEY. _y. ? : ;"- : ;Vc
■■.'-'--; NO . COMMISSION I CHARGED. ; .' *
BANK • INTEREST—Ist % and f2d ;: MORTGAGES.
LOAN ,20 . per ' cent . more i than 5 BANKS ' > < ;*'
M SHADBURNE ; CO.. 715 1 Monadnock . building.
Any amount on I real estate, first or second I mort
'-•.'»"gages; • no i delay: l. very t lowest _ rates; f- if ( ¥ your
r ,t. property is £' mortgaged " and a you Et need "St more
i-y money, ? see .us ; Immediately. O. W, BECKER,
H Monadnock bldg., 681 j Market: ! tel. Douglas 2150.
MONEY to loan on ! Oakland, . Berkeley. ;. Alameda
~f: and » Fruitvale <- real - estate 1 at j 6 1 and Eft per ! cent.
j, GEO. W, AUSTIN*. 1212 Broadway, Oakland. &n>
$100 .to $100,000, Ist. 2d 1 mtgs.: Alameda county
Hy realty. DU RAY SMITH. 1027 Broadway, Oak.
THE I FILLMORE I BRANCH I OF I THB . CALL . IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
MONEY WANTED—ReaI Estate
AT 7 to 10 per : cent: many amts. to $30,000 on , '
m improved I realty: $2,600, $8,000.% $12,500. etc.
g DP;, RAY SMITH, -4 1027 Broadway. , Oakland.
"" "money
-.*-. ■-.-, Wanted i for Al 1 Security at 1 7 Per ; Cent. . ;
; a ; Box 5110, Call offlce. Oakland. ■- * '
WANTED—SI,BOO; will give good J security. Box
5119, Call office,. Oakland. . , "-^
HIKES AND Hurra..
WANT to sell for cash. 3 good mining claim*
gravel and quartz. .T. R;M ROGERS, pros- 1
pector, care 0. A. Rudolph, real estate office d
corner 61st and Adeline st*., OaklanU3|)pS^
-.-... ■-. .... .. • ■•■ ■ ..v.. '
. ■■'■ * ■ ■ ■ -• " * ' * ■
.^^J^jiNTJ^^pJ^^
MONEY , loaned on diamonds and i jewelry. M. J.
M SCHOENFELD, 1203 j Broadway. { Oakland. gBW
~~~^M__li^__J__Li^^
MY WIFE j has left her home: I will not be re
' sponsible b for s* any hills contracted by her.
JOS. A. BROWN," 1231 40th aye. "' "
(^iX^MgEE^
MECHANICS' ? INSTITUTE. SAN *. FRANCISCO.
•V.;-_:,. QUARTERLY MEETING J NOTICE. ;"_,...
->' An i adjourned quarterly „ meeting of . the. mem
bers !of . the a Mechanics' s institute will be i held iat
the I Mechanics' Institute j building. *>7 Post ■ street
(third floor), on Thursday. December 12th. 1912,
at 8 o'clock p. m. JAMES C. SPAULDING.
• . • - Recording Secretary. •
,-.■,. - . ~-■ -. -.: - -• - ■-■--'■■' , - ■•■■"-•' -■ ■
Classified Directory
for Ready Reference
.VACCOUXTANra^^CT&RTH
JOHN ?R. BUCKSTELL C. P. A.. 3d floor. Clans
bS Spreekels ? (Call) £ building: f phone Kearny 4151.
AjSSAJTERJk^^^ ~:','
GOLD—Rich ore; smal<ram bottrht: assays. 50c.
Pioneer Assay office. 546 Market st. . nr. Sutter.
__AS£HITECTS,
IF you contemplate building or desire to have a
. - capable i architect !? superintend *. construction s of
building, call or write O. E. EVANS. 2367 Mis-
X . sion ? st. . DON'T PAY RENT. Will build ' home
~,, to ; suit on j easy terms. Tel. Mission 7375:^"^
ADVICE FREE—No charge < unless i successful; all
*,; cases, all business quickly and quietly attended
;." to; bankruptcy: i general ,j practice: open . every
= evening. 1028 Market st., room 12. ... ■ ■_■
R. W. X KING ! attorney. ' Grant bidg*. Market ; and
7th. rm. 320—A1l * eases; . low fees; . nothing in
:■ - advance or for consultation. Ph. Market 012.
HARRIS & HFSS. attorneys nr law; W. T. Hess,
;fi notary T public. a; Room 709, Hearst building. '.'...
M. J. SULLIVAN, attorney, and counselor at law,
y34 Ellis st. Phone Kearny 5410. v V' VV ■; ■ .
BIIXB, COLLECT-SB ,
WE '_. handle 5 monthly and _ Installment ,' collections
■ In the east bay cities: will save you time and
:: money. ; Reasonable charges, prompt •; service.
.;," H. G. WILLIAMS 1248 I3th ay., Oakland. :.?■'-.:
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BABY CARRIAGES
-'-.',' A flrst class carriage, fully upholstered, with
■ back v curtain, * half ? Inch s rubber ; tires, ,; enameled
bandies, ; for $10
COULTER'S i RATTAN WORKS, , 1141 Sutter st.
i..... JCWLLE6EB____
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil,
4_ Electrical. Mining Architectural: day, evening:
,-. established 1863. ; ' :425 McAllister st -.*.,.- ■■■■; .:... .,;
SAN *; FRANCISCO fc BUSINESS COLLEGE. 008
S| Market st. opp. 5th —Day and evening sessions.
ALL I court i reporters recommend ; Gallagher-Marsh .
. i ßusiness College. 1256 ; Market st. Ay.: . ~'V
pi;: BUTTONS IANI^PL^
STEELE'S _ button works. 222 Ellis nr. Mason: ph.
.• t Franklin 4521 and C 4521: mail orders solicited.
c^??_?!L5MMJM>^v-^^
S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 397
? Sutter st.; phone i Kearny 5862 (BLUE WAGON)
;.;-—Carpets; j rugs ; quickly, thoroughly cleaned on
•'i,-- floor without , removal: | estimate free. :y i",:ZU-l
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST CLEANING. 3c YD.;
DEAL DIRECT WITH RICE'S CARPET WKS.
1885 HARRISON ST. Phone MARKET 2 »2.
WHEN . you i become * disgusted -.; with -t poor _ work,
\ send ; your • carpets ■to ,T. SPAULDING _A < CO.,
';.."; 363 Tehama '. st. j: Douglas 3084: %. Home * J2347. i ; <
AA—NATIONAL Carper : Beating < Works. Hamn
j| ton I& | Bailey. 344-348 1 Church , st. Market ": 180.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning: alterations, ren
ovating, laying. 550 Devlsadero: ph. Park 569.
CATARRH AND BEAFNESB
EAR _ noises i positively cured: ; new: . antiseptic; > ! 1
y, week free to convince. DR. COTTINOHAM.
-. ■ expert •, ear. - nose, throat. i 821 1 Market, rm. 402.
i tSSBSSSSSSSSBSS ll ". 111 tSSSm
CHILDREN'S CHAIRS V
Fine ones for $2.
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS. ; 1141 Sutter > st.
;■:;■.:DEAFNESS AND I CATARRH '
CURES catarrh, deafness, bronchitis, asthma, by
';,! boiling In your bedroom and Inhaling the fumes;
It cures running catarrh ln 6 days, dry catarrh
.- ), in i3O i days, deafness « and f head f noises *In■ 90
>'. days; . for $2 '. we : cure ' catarrh 'of the j head: f for
IE $5 .we ; cure . blood ( poison i without I shocking I the
system: for $5 we cure eczema, kidney or blad
y der ' troubles; .we J make 122 : herb remedies | that
t", cure almost '; every v disease at i small •; cost: ;no
■* cure," no i pay: samples free. > HERB REMEDY
CO.. 035 Market 8t;-':.;;.v.;v'' y yy
_______ DENTISTS__
DR. IRA G. LFEK—AiI kinds of dental work.
':: > 517 Fillmore st.. near Oak. ">:.-.
S. F. Dog-Cat H<>sp., 1371 , Fulton , near Broderick;
;';, animals treated. board: ambulagee. West 8312. '
> DOLL CARRIAGES^
;*- .The very finest in the city at 40 per cent lower
prices than any. other store In the city. *,*-'.:;
COULTER'S i RATTAN WORKS. 1141 . Sutter st.
■_-_->_-_---_M_„__M___W^»M^i^________-___-_-M---_-»-__
:j:-J___ J- DRESS; MAKING i
McDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery j School
,I —Evening classes; ? patterns 1 cut to , order. 121 ]
WS Geary j st. ) near [ Grant ; a v. ; i tel. | Douglas | 5731.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL, 3d ay.
y" and East , 12th st.;; Oakland; tel. Merritt 1051.
MME. MADELINE—ARTISTIC GOWNS; remod
;_£ cling; , stout ladles f % specialty. 1015 J Polk f st.
BUTLER-NELKE Academy «of * Dramatic Arts.
Alcazar Theater bldg.. O'Farreil near Powell—
«.„' Fred J. ; Butler ; (stage director of Alcazar Thea
**" ter), principal: ? elocution, dramatic _j art, 1 dan
-11 cinq, fencing. French, literature, makeup, play
•■'.. -writing; * terms 1 reasonable. Call, telephone :or
"y write for catalogue. * ',"-"'''
A A—PAUL GERSON DRAMATIC 7' SCHOOL;
. largest ; training £ school ]of I acting ,ln America; j
•;? positions secured; . 6 months' graduation course; i
I send for * catalogue. Corner Hyde and McAllis
ter sts
OAKLAND SHORTHAND . INSTITUTE—A high
*■•*, grade ; private . school that < specializes }In , short
; '*.. hand .' and ; typewriting. 1065 Washington 1 St.,
--->" Oakland, ; over Lace House. »
ENGINEERING—CiviI, electrical, mining, , meet..,
',•■ survey, assay, cyanide: j day, cv.: i estab. _ 1865. .
y. Van der Naillen School. 51st and Tel.. Oakland.
GENTLEMAN. German, * wishes * lessons lin Span
"fish: would like to give German in return. . Ad
dress box 2159. Call offlce. * '
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression, oratory,
after dinner and '. extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY, 2161 ■; Shattuek ay.,
.-;;* Berkeley. ,•»].. room _4, Wright j block. .*. -::. ::■'.
FTLESRECUT
OLD ; files recut .by new process. 715 c Clay St.,
yi Oakland; * phones* Oakland j 6717, A 2754 ..
'/_ . _ ■__/_ FURS '/';"■-'-*< ' : "
E. E. -ALLEY; furrier, suits, coats, skirts; re-
I modeling and repairing of furs at lowest prices,
;!; 1746-48 Fillmore nr. Sutter; Oak'd. 1537 B'way.
J- G. GLUCK, mfgr. ;J /ur * samples . for sale, re
■ modeled s and t repairing at reasonable prices at
$j OB 4 Market st. between Mason and Taylor.
! AD ~ KOCOUR, 222 i Monadnock | building, 681 Mar
ajf ket i st. ; near - 3d—Eem<>deling, repairing, ; dyeing
/;• at popular i prices: | raw 1 furs . bought.
. HAIR POODS
NOR MA DIE" HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
yJ CIAL i REDUCTION - for . switches, puffs, etc.,
'*________________.* nd - Dec. 2067 Sutter st.: West f 8783. <
C. HOFFMAN CO., Importers kof human U hair,
manufacturers of wigs and all kinds of hair
g.-.ds. 222 San Pablo ay., Oakland. '
p3M^EC^jIxfERIirNATED. -HI:'"
QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY BY THE IN-
M SECTICIDE CO.. 857-659 Phelan building.
- JJIALTOJCHAIBB " .
so, n . _, - - » " • »- ; " _ U"* '"''
SOLD, rented exchanged: , manufacturer of , Eames
tricycle chair. 1714 Market St.; tel. Park 2940.
Ji^-J—■__-_■■. . ' . 1
<-_*~,*,..: '-■~..,., ,:y;.,-- - .. : - "'*^^_?l!-__«(® ,,^_i?if
IN FORMATION WANTED
I am looking for JOHN A. FOSTER. frlMid .of
I ffA3L.I Seacer. MRS. J. X ANN EN. 60 • Moss st. 1
"* .. . • ' .... . . a f-
LUMBER FJ3RJBALE , v A
i NEW lumber. $10: f shingles. $1.50; rustic. $1»;
doors. $1.10: send lists. SWIFT A CO.. 10th
,•_ and Mission sts. ■■■■■*.•,...■ -•_..'■
: MEDICAL "y
HOW I CURED MYSELF OF CONSUMPTION, a
booklet of ,• priceless value ito, tubercular suffer->
gi ers; absolutely free. CHAS. F. . AYCOCK, 711
7 International Bank bldg., Los Angeles.
RATIBALLAR j RASAYANA-A guaranteed cure
. ■ for ■ men. For sale *by . KAHIRA.I NAC.RNDRA
'->. ** TH y . SEN. 18-l-419th Lower ? Chltpur j road,
ly.; Calcutta. Indla-^-^^^yj^^^^^a^if^^
■";>-:*»':;-v, .-.>.: ——, - .
ni'.RI ORB ! BRANCH; OF THE i CALL IS!
AT 1857 FILLMORE ST. . -
MATERNITY HOMES
HOME before and during confinement. 3751 ? Shaf
m fer ay. corner Moss ay., Oakland—Take j Col
■>.? lege- ay. car to Moss ; it;;] 2 : blocks ; 'weat:ym ;-v
, E ? T ATTORNEYS
PATENTS THAT PROTECT AND PAY—Advice
■ and | books { free: highest | references: g best i re
sults; promptness assured: send sketch or model
gj for free search. WATSON ■. E. i COLEMAN, t pat
ent lawyer. 024 ; F st.. Washington. D. C.a ..;y>
DEWEY. STRONG A CO.—Founded 1880: U. S.
i-C and I foreign £ patents; 7. inventors' guide: i*. 100
mechanical movements free. T. 911-918 Crocker
building. San Francisco..,3. ;^».»:
ARTHUR IL. SLEE. i registered patent attv. and
mechanical expert; 5 ; U. S. ami foreign patents
r solicited. 704-705 j Foxcroft bldg.. 88 i Post j st.
C ',f' GEIFFIN- ex examiner t'. S. patent office;
-> U. S. and foreign patents. 704 Paci3c bldg.
H. C. SCIIROKPER. patent, trademark attorney.
.__; 417 First National Bank building, Oakland. ?-X;
COAST NOVELTY CO.. 2108 15TH i ST.—TOOLS.
.; DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK. ;
"~" ' _-_-_-__—_—
_____JPHTMmNS
DISEASES men j and women specialty: physician
;;»surgeon. ■:; PENN ' DRUG . CO.. 123 3d st. ;.;;;.,'
?™[IBrcAIJDUITSBE_
M s —Prof; : Osborne's _ Pollmotor. perfect organ
■ developing appliance: send for free book on de
.- velopment > OSBORNE CO., 4607 Delmar ST.,
r St. Louis. , Mo. .„'-_■- ~ y..-'." --..;--■•• -.. -~.;;. ,'■
■';■; .-■-••:-- '-^.\-tPEyM^ '__
PENSIONS_ for_ re **«* ; establishment * and ? Span-
I ish-Philippine service; 1 booklets. "Point on Pen
iu sions, ' also "Inventor's Primer." sent free.
Write I - MILO B. i STEVENS -& ? CO.. Attvs. -
...03,>k F st.. Washington: 313 S. Dearborn st;
Chicago. Established r 1801. -v; ;; -- ', _~: :
M H. SAMMIS. pension attorney: new law for
• j Mass. veterans: call or write: pensions secured.
>■ .>4l.> 22d st., suite 23: phone Mission 102. m\'
P^r_^lo^ S * nd * Patents. W. E. DILI/IN, room
302. 109;, Market .St.:^tel.^ Market 1006. _.-,
_\" ■: / F^OtTNER^jyANTED V:."
WANTED—lnterest :; in ; > an :; established * business
■> . whore „an B active ,-^ man S with ; both * office : and
Eg selling experience can , produce results. -- Apply ;
■..:■■ box ; 2070. Call office.,: i ~-::.;-.-_:.-.:,:? v'-y ; -- s .■'■■'. '-
WANTED— Partner to ; go I into 5 alfalfa ! raising;
-..;;. will j furnish half the capital and •; under-'
...!.? ' 1 1-?.; m * M B en icnt;of. ranch. Apply-. box
-..-12121,' Call office. , ; v.y ; : " ~ ,' t.
__ '.■ STAMMERING ':^yy^ L y
STAMMER? _ Method of i. cure explained 1 FREE.
; M. L. HATFIELD. lt»l.S Grove. Oakland. Cal.
*
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AND MOVING TANS
WILSON BROS. CO., fireproof storage, moving,
S packing, shipping. ; Removed Sto 1 1636 Market
st. near Haight; phone Park 271. y, r J-. ; ; : ,
BKKINS / VAN AND STORAGE N COMPANY—
Fireproof warehouses. * 13th ¥ and ?, Mission I sts.
v Phone Market 1314. or Home M 1315 .& V*-,., T
______
' :"," V.".'"
' ; OF COURSE. v - ;
1130 Broadway near 12th St.. Oakland. v .
PIERCE-RODOLpII STORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
. st.; phones , West . 828. Home S2B2S. y -
■—:-•■•■:' ' TRUSSES"; ' ■ '-
CLARK. GANPION CO.. exclusive - truss, elastic
y. hosiery, j braces, j etc.; j lady aid. 1108 1 Market.
A fine one for $1.50.
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS. 1141 Sntter st.
m^fmm^mm^'mil ' m * mm *^**^*'**l^memamaama^
ADVANCE window shade factory, put up at short
notice. GEO. WALCOM CO.. 1131-39 Sutter st.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIOXS
Charles L. Morton to J. W. Wright & Sons
Investment company, lot in W line of Twenty
fourth avenue, ion N of Pacheco street, N 25
by W 120. and two other pieces; $10.
Daniel Langstadter to same, lot In E line of
Thirty-flfth avenue, 125 S of Moraga street. S
25 by E 120, and one other piece; $10.
James I. Mackln to George F. Voigbt. lot in
5? n <_£- of Laidlp y street. 213 SW of Roan
oke. SW 25 by 8E 100: $10.
, K Te< \ S " Kello S** and wife to Helen C. Shel
lard, lot In W line of Thirty-seventh avenue.
100 N of Judah street. N 50 by W 120: $10.
Estate of Frederick Zelle. deceased (by trus
teesi to George Zelle et al.. lot in N "line of
P-flT I**1 ** street, 137:6 Eof Kearny, EB6by N
lo *:6; $1.
Robert B. Criswell to Helen P. Crlswell, lots
3i. 38 and 3ft. block H, Sunset Heights; gift.
Pope A Talbot Land company to Arnt J.
Oroney and .wife. lot I. Lyon & Hong's sub
division No. 2. Ashbury terrace; $10.
American Land and Trust company to J. W.
Wright & Sons Investment company." lot in SW
line »f President street 75 NW of Flint NW
125 by SW 110:9. and two other pieces; $10.
Frank Agnew and wife to Sam R. Yellch and
wife, lot 11. block 49. Reis tract, and one
other piece; $10.
Otto K. Grau, as trustee, to So! Gets &
Sons, lot in E line of Forty seventh avenue. 250
8 of Lincoln way, S 75 by E 120; $5,000.
Alfred Johnson and wife to Jacob Weissbeim
lot in W line of Thirty-first avenue. 234:6 S of
California street. S 27:3% by W 120: $10.
Jacob Weissbeim and wife" to Alfred Johnson
and wife, lot in W line of Sixteenth avenue,
2d:l S of California street, S 25 by W 120- $10
William Miller and wtft to Charles Gumbel."
lot in W line of Collingwood street, 1738 S of
Seventeenth. S 24:8 by W 125; $10.
Same to Amalia S. Adams, lot In W line of
Collingwood street. 198:4 S of Seventeenth S
24 :R by W 125: $10.
Alton R. La pliant and wife to Charles Ruling
lot ln E Twelfth avenue, 275 N of Balboa N
25 by X 120: $10.
Robert V. Lucy and wife to George D. Lucy,
half of lot in S line of Page street. 190 W of
Scott. W 30 by S 137:6; $10.
George D, Lucy to Robert V. Lucy, half of
lot at SW corner of Fulton and Scott streets W
110 by s 37:6.
Newell-Mnrdoch Realty Co. to Martha
Scbwartze, lot 5, block 8. Forest Hill; $10
William Haas to Elizabeth Haas, lot in N
line of Valley street, 151:8 W of Church. W
25:8 by N 114: gift.
A. H. Rochfort to Marie C. Rochfort, half
of lot ln S E Howard street, 175 S W of
Third. S W 90 by S E SO; $10.
A. J. Menne et al to Investment Realty and
Home Co., lot In W Twenty-fourth avenue, 100
N of Lawton, N 75 by W 120, and one other
piece: $10.
American Land and Trust Co. to Elizabeth
D. McMillan, lot In S Uiloa street 32:6 E of
42d avenue, E 75 by S 100, and one other
piece; $10.
Ulrlch Remensperger and wife to Hugh Drts
coii and wife, lot fn W line of Laguua street
96 S of Chestnut. S 24 by W 87:6: $10.
Peter H. Gordon and wife to John F. Soule.
lot In NE line of McKiunon avenue. 100 NW of
Earl street, NW 125 by NE 100, and one other
piece; $10.
Nathan F. English and wife to Oscar Heyman
& Bros., lot in W line of Thirteenth avenue. 155
N of Moraga street N 50, W 128:9, SW 50
E 131:0%: $10.
Union TTust company to T. E. Bailly, lot ln N
line of Pine street, 110 W of Franklin, W 27:6
by N 137:6: $10.
T. E. Bailly and wife to Frank M. Ames,
same; $10.
Frank M. Ames and wife to Kaspar Plschell,
same; $10.
Pope & Talbot Land company to Philip Ken
nedy, lot in S line of Geary, 38 E of Sixteenth
avenue. E 50 by S 75; $10.
Philip Kennedy and wife to J. B. Rothschild
et al.. same; $10.
N. T. Giacominl and wife to Bernardo Campl
longo and wife, lot in S line of Filbert street,
82:6 E of Kearny. E 67:6 by S 82:6; $10.
Bernardo Campilongo aud wife to Obie L.
Wood-iams. same: $5.
Elliott McAllister and wife to Charles W.
Friedrlchs and wife, lot In E line of Twenty
second avenue, 300 S of Anza street. S 25 by E
120: $10.
Morton R. Gibbons et al. to James P. Swee
ney, 'ot at SE corner of Geary and Polk streets,
E 53:9 by S 120; $10.
Building; (011 tractn
Standard OH company with L. and E. Emanuel.
Cabinet work and finishing for 10 story build
ing at NW corner of Bush and Sansotne streets;
Mabel 11. Deedv with E. P. Norman et al.—
Electrical work, painting and plumbing for two
story frame dwelling In S line of Pacific ave
nue, 1-17:6 W of Laurel street, W C,">, S 100;
l_a Grande I-niindrj* company with Btitte
Engineering and Electric company. Electric work I
for lanndry in SW line of Twelfth street. Stt2:B
NW of Folsom: $1400.
The Voorman company with Wittman. Lyman I
k Co, et al. —Steam heating, hot water plant, j
plumbing snd electrical work for st-ven story j
hotel building at NE corner of Fourth and Mts
■ioa meet*; $18,168. J
OAKLAND CLUB TO
HELP IMMIGRANTS
Women Plan to Aid Sisters
Expected to Come After
Canal Is Opened
Other Organizations Will
Join Work for Alameda
j County Settlers
OAKLAND, Dec. 7.—The Oakland
club, which has been a leader in civic
affairs since its organization was an-
nounced—an ambitious movement,
which already has been inaugurated
under the dire.tion of Mrs. L. P. Crane,
district chairman of philanthropy and
a member of the club.
Mrs. Crane for several months has
been working on the details of the plan
whichc deals with the immigrant in
Alameda county. This work will be in
anticipation of the influx following the
opening of the Panama canal. Her
study has taken her throughout the
state and in conference with workers
both here and in the east.
The Oakland club has made itself the
central body in Alameda county to
carry out the work, but will need the
co-operation of all the civic centers,
Mothers' clubs and church societies.
The executive board, under which the
movement will be extended, Includes
Mrs. L. P. Crane, Mrs. Thomas Hogan,
Mrs. August Haneburg. Mrs. W. S.
Peters and Mrs. C. S. Chamberlain,
president of the club.
A county committee will soo% be ap
pointed, composed of women who are
linguists, and then will materially as
sist ln getting into close touch with
the foreign population.
Thfe outline of the work is as fol
lows: To meet the immigrants on their
arrival and to help them obtain loca
tions; to see that parents of foreign
children are familiar with the compul
sory educational laws; to give the
children proper environment, introduc
ing them to the playgrounds, etc.; to
afford an opportunity to the young
women of learning the English lan
guage; to afford an opportunity for vo
cational aducation; to familiarize the
women with American customs, condi
tions and the dangers confronting the
young people; to give a course of study
preparing women for citizenship; to
study sanitary and housing conditions
in the county.
This latter department will be con
ducted by the Oakland club itself. An
immigrant map of Alameda county has
been made with outlined districts. A
house to house canvass is proposed.
Dr. Jessie* Pelxotto of the University
of California will assist the women by
detailing a graduate worker as an aid.
The clubwomen have pledged them
selves to recognize the religions of the
persons with whom they will deal.
Their approach to the individual will
be made through interpreters.
Within a fortnight departments will
be assigned to the organizations and
by the new year the authors of the
movement expect the work to be per
manently begun. The Oakland club in
augurated the probation work in Ala
meda county, guaranteeing the salary
of the probation officer for four years.
CALIFORNIA HAS OIL
FOR ALL NAVAL NEEDS
Engineer in Chief -.ay*. Service Can Be
.Supplied by State for One
Hundred Yearn
"We are now assured that there Is
sufficient oil on the public lands of
California alone to supply all probable
naval demands for 100 years should oil
be burned to the exclusion of coal."
This statement, made a few days ago
officially by Engineer in Chief Hutch I.
Cone, United States navy, has aroused
much interest among local oil men as
well as among naval officers stationed
ln and about San Francisco. It is now
conceded that the United States navy
must look to California for its future
fuel supply, and word has reached this
coast that the two fuel ships that were
authorized by congress at its last ses
sion will be built at Mare island, the
bid of which for doing the work was
considerably below that of eastern
competitors. These two ships will be
tank steamers, to carry fuel oil.
All this is interpreted as meaning
that, after the completion of the Pan
ama canal, the heavy ships of the
American navy will spend much, if not
most, of their time on the Pacific coast,
near the base of fuel supply.
HUNT FOR MISER'S
WEALTH FAILURE
Home of Miss Ella Auginbaugh,
Alameda Pionter, Searched
0 in Vain After Death
ALAMEDA, Dec. 7.—Search was
made today by representatives of the
public administrator's office of the
house that had been occupied by Miss
Ella Auginbaugh, Alameda's earliest
woman resident, who died at the
county infirmary yesterday. Reports
were circulated that Miss Auginbaugh.
who was somewhat eccentric, had
money buried near her home. Efforts
to find coin failed. Friends who had
known the pioneer woman for years
are to arrange for her funeral Monday
morning from an undertaking chapel.
Miss Auglnbaugh's father at one time
owned half of what is now the city
of Alameda.
TO HOLD CHURCH BAZAAR
Ladies' Auxiliary of First Baptist
- g Church to Entertain
'OAKLAND, Dec. 7. —Arrangements
have been completed for the Seyen
Ages bazaar of the LadleV Auxiliary
of the First Baptist church, to be given
in the church parlors Thursday and
Friday. In the bazaar will be found
booths representing all ages, and a
large number of articles, moderately
priced, will be on sale. Mrs. W. A.
Johnson is chairman of the committee
of arrangements, and the following
women will be in charge of the booths:
Baby booth —Mrs. Makinson, Mrs. Bliss, Mrs.
Kurtz. Miss Carpenter.
Young girls' booth—Mlbs Gertrude Baker, Miss
Alleen Corwin.
Young women's booth—Mrs. R. W. Neighbor,
Mrs. A. Caldwell. Mrs. Charles McGregor, Mrs.
Perry Brown, Mrs. Ilobert Gaylord, Mrs. E. A.
Young.
Mothers' booth—Mrs. A. H. Pratt, Mrs. E. H.
Lake, Mrs. S. P. Meads. Mis. Scott, Mrs. Reedi
Mrs. Edson.
Grandmothers* booth —Mrs. Caswell. Mrs. Stev
ens. Mrs. Babeock. Mrs. Parker, .Mis. Sherwood.
Floral booth —Mis. J. C. Lyon.
Ice cream booth —Mrs. 1". Walker.
At the luncheon from 11:30 to 2
o'clock Mrs. Corwin and the King's
Daughters—Mrs. Jesmer, Mis. Gaylord,
Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Corminar.i. Mrs. Stark
and Mrs. Dietz—will serve cafeteria
dinner*.
The San Francisco Labor council has
been advised that the Dredgermen's
unlon has started a campaign for the
organization of men working at the
craft from Puget Sound to the border
lines ol Mexico.
HAPSBURGS WERE
ALWAYS INGRATES
Slav Captains Who Fought
and Won Their Battles
Were Unrewarded
Gallant Defenders of Aus
trian Crown 111 Treated
for Centuries
*
Editor Call: Ever since the begin
ning of* the present Balkan war, and
particularly since the present contro
versy between Austria and Servia
arose. I have paid especial attention to
the editorial comments of the American
newspapers and some of the leading
weekly and monthly publications, and
The Call seemed to be better conver
sant with the true state of affairs In
Austria-Hungary than any other me
dium that has come under my observa
tion within the last month.
The editorial in this morning's issua,
under the caption "Ingratitude of tho
Hapsburgs Toward Their Slavonian
Subjects," refers to the ingratitude of
the Austrian government toward Ad
miral Tegethoff. the hero of Lissa, who
won. as you stated, one of the greatest
naval battles in the world's history and
whose reward was degradation, the con
sequence of which was premature death%
SLAVS WON ONLY VICTORIES
The Hapsburgs have employed a sim*
ilar manner of rewarding the great
Slav captains for centuries back. Tha
only wars, or even battles, that Aus
tria ever won were when a Slav waa
at the head of its army. It is not neces
sary to go back to the time when the
brave Sobieski, with a handful of val
iant Poles, routed the Turks from tha
very gates of Vienna when the fall of
the Austrian capital was imminent, but
I will point out the treatment accorded
by the present ruler of Austria to two
great generals, one of whom saved the
emperor's crown the very year that ha
ascended the throne in 1848. This was
the unfortunate and lamented Ban
Jelacich, who, with 40,000 Croatian sol
diers, marched from Agram, defeated
the Magyars and crushed the rebellion
in Hungary, thus not only saving the
young emperor's crown, but making It
possible for him to become the king of
Hungary, as he is today—and the last
one, let us hope.
Impartial eyewitnesses tell! us that
the young monarch wept tearsfof grati
tude upon the bosom of the great sol
dier who saved him his crown and
promised, together with his hypocritical
cabinet, more just laws and freedom
for the people whom he represented.
Francis Joseph kept his promise about
as well as the sultans of Turkey did
when they promised the powers of
Europe that they would treat the
Christians within their domain hu
manely. Even now the constitution
has been withdrawn from the province
of Croatia and absolutism rules there.
JELACICH HUMILIATED
General .lelacich wns returned to
Croatia after his great victory and
within a short time he discovered that
he was the victim of gross deception.
This humiliating treatment caused him
great anguish, and in desperation he
ended his life by poison.
The other general referred to Is the
famous Radetscky. whom the historians"
remember as the only general who eve.f
defeated the builder of the Italian
kingdom, and the great Italian patriot.
Garibaldi. General Radetscky was un
ceremoniously retired after the great
battle at Milan without receiving even
a word of congratulation from the war
department.
It is surely a particularly sad ending
for a ruler of over 50,001.000 people to
be unmasked to the world in general
after 60 years of ruling, and on the
eve of his departure to spheres un-s
known. M. N. COSUUCH.
San Francisco. Dec. 5.
THEATERS ASK FAIR PLAY
Oakland Managers Assert Censorship
„i rian la One Sided
Dec. 7.—Managers of
meal theaters are opposed to the cen
sorship ordinance which has been pro-«
posed by the public welfare and censor
ship commission. It Is asserted that
the measure Is one sided and that it
would he unfair to the theaters. A
meeting of the managers has been
held and George W. Fitch of the Column
bia theater made a plea for fair play.
VARSITY RECORDS
BI-WEEKLY QUAKE
Wood's Pamphlet Shows 48
Temblors in Six Months
>£ Ending March 31
BERKELEY. Dec. 7.— H. O. Wood of
the astronomical department of the
University of California, who has just
been sent to the Hawaiian islands to
investigate earthquakes, is the author
of a pamphlet published by the univer- 1
sity giving records of temblors which
were caught on the instruments at tha
students' observatory here.
During six months ending March 31,
Wood writes, there were 48 earth
quakes recorded at the university. A
large proportion of these were remote,
many being felt from the opposite side
of the earth. The largest, disturbance
was recorded from Central America.
The university observatory has now
one of the most complete selsmo
graphic equipments in the world, con
sisting of a Wicchart seismograph, a
Bosch-Omori tronometer and an Om'ori
tronometer constructed in Japan from
designs by Professor Omori, the famous
Japanese expert, and remounted In
Berkeley.
WOMEN'S COUNCIL FOR
FIREMEN'S AMENDMENT
Members Indorse \o. I After Hearing
Lieutenant Speak on Plau at
Monthly Luncheon
Amendment No. 5, providing, a 12
hour day for firemen, was indorsed by
the local Council of Women at their
monthly luncheon yesterday, follow
ing an informal discussion of the sub
ject by Lieutenant Spear of the fire de
partment. Mrs. John W. Felt spoke
also on the local option measure.
Dr. W. H. Kellogg and Dr. Caroline
C. Coffin made the regular addresses
Doctor Kellogg, who is director of
the municipal laboratories, told of the
work the city does in testing the water
and milk supplies. He spoke on the
control of infectious diseases, particu
larly typhoid and rabies.
Doctor Coffin of the Housewives'
league dwelt on the shortage of
weights and measures and explained
the difference between the jobbers*
label and the manufacturers' label ann
the value of the name of the maker
rattier than the middleman " ,a «er,
.Mrs John !-*. Swift, honorary n r#s ,
d.-nt nf the local council and form!"
of th, national council, was chai^^

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