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APARTMENTS
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A— GLENARM APARTMENTS.
1140 Suttfr st.; phone Franklin 5000.
Cleanest, best kept, prettiest and most np to
|k date apartment house in this city; 2 and 3
f rooms; ail modern Improvements: every conveni
ence; elegant building: tine location: nice home
for good people; rents reasonab'e: reference.
A—CARMELITA APTS.. 15th and Valencia sts.,
3 blocks from Market—Modern, sunny, 2-3-4
room apts.; 2 rooms from *$22.50* 9 rooms $30
op; 4 rooms $:',-; up. including steam heat, hot
wMor. electric light, auto elevator; tel. connee
tleus; all large outside rooms; prtv. baths, prlv.
balls. Valencia ears from ferry; tel. lark 2314.
ATHENIAN AFT.. 04S I'-st st. near Larkin—
Just opened: 2 and 9 rooms, furn'd and m
ftrrs'd; all light, sunny; dressing rooms, wall
beds, refrigerators, elevator. Janitor service.
AAA A— CLARE APARTMENTS*]
1300 Sacramento st. near Lark'n.
Heat, elevator, phone, vacuum cleaned; bot
water: free use of social hall: $30 $(*.-.
BROADWAY ARTS., 204S l"rdk~st.—2 and 3 rm.
apts.. $1(5 and np; furn. single rooms. $10: hot
and cold water, baths, phone: sunny corner.
AA — COLUMBIA APARTMENTS, corner Ellis and
Polk sts.: strictly modern; unfurnished family
spartments: references reqalred.
Dolus APTS., OPEN FOR INSPECTION
SE. cor. California and rental; all outside
and Pierce. rooms.
CLARA st.. 25.-,. nr. 6th—2 and .3 room apts.;
wall beds: walking distance; $12 np.
ACROSS from Jefferson nun—SANDRINGHAM
APARTMENTS. 1152 Eddy St.; modern apts.
VERBA BUENA APTS.. 1114 Sutter—2-3 rooms]
bath; furn. complete: hotel service: references.
NF.W apartmenls, 2 rooms, nicely furnished:
re.if reasonable. 2:.47 Msrket St. near 17th.
ST. JOHNS. 1625 polk st. —Nice, sunny. 2 or 3
room apts.. furnished or unfurnished. $18 np.
ARDEN APTS.. Post at Larkin—l. 2 and 3 rms.
f '»~n.: steam heat, hot water; $20 to $.30 up.
Bt. Hilaine. 1523 Laguna nr. Geary—El. 2-3-4 rm.
apta.; hotel service: all outside rooms: reas.
EUREKA APTS.. Mkt. and 17th sts.—Beautiful
3 and 4 rm. apts.: phone, janitor service; sunny.
ROSE APT.. 15.-.4 Howard st.. nr. 12th—Single
rooma. 91.28 up; also hskpg.. $2.25 up.
f HE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
__J__I]__[SHEJQJI^J_AJRT^TEXTS_
ARE you looking for something luxurious in 2
and 9.Tanas, strictly n-w and modern apart
ments. If so, call'todav at the BUCKEYE,
1380 Hyde St. opposite Keystone.
GATES HOTEL, ant.. Fill. cor. Gearv--Strictly
mod.: 2 rms. $25; single rm.. prl. bath. $15 up.
FLATS TO LET x
J. W. WRIGHT & CO..
REAL ESTATE. LOAN'S AND INSURANCE.
OWNERS GUARANTEED
AGAINST LOSS FROM TENANTS
FLATS ANTi APARTMENTS.
LET OS ADVERTISE YOUR VACANCIES.
$45 to 955—-2524-30 Broadway nr. Scott; beau
tifully appointed flats of 7 and 0 rooms; every
possible convenience: newly finished in the latest
style and design: elegant marine view: large liv
ing room: bedrooms all finished ra white; light
and sunny; best side of the street.
LEXINGTON APARTMENTS.
16."5 Sacramento st. nr. Polk—2 and 9 room
apartments: steam heat, hot water, hardwood
-s. 2«s rs_gcefi disappearing beds; elegant ma
rtae view; rents $25 and up.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS.
I4TB larkin nr. California St.—3 room apart
ments, completely furnishe.!: steam heat; every
modern convenience; rent- $:'>:} and up.
173 Dnbore ay.: o apt. rids, newly renovated
throughout: modern :>,nd up to date in every
respect; reats 920 and up.
985.G0 901 Fell st. nr Pierre; flat. 13 r. and 2 h.:
trioity, crates: city and marine views:
hardwood oners; * exceßeat location for
roon
956.01 1179 Filbert st. nr. Hyde: upper .". r. and
b. : steam heat, bafdwood floors; city and
mari-ie vieivs.
$45.00—1230 Leavenworth st. nr. Clay: lower flat,
or. and h.: yard and garden In front.
$40.00 Store aid 4 r. flat. NE. cor.23d and Cali
fornia: cement basement: electricity: cv* *
lent locstioM for drag store or btitclier shop
935.00—427 Frederic- St.; lower. ." r. and b.;
modern and np to date: just completed.
$32.30—127 Belvedere st. nr. Waller; upper flat.
11 r. and b.; -i large rooms la attic.
$32.50 -80* Irvm* st. nr. loth ay.: upper flat. 5
r. and b ; beamed ceilings, npin fireplaces.
$t2.:.'i LJ C st. or 4'h ay. : lower, 9r. and b.
$ :i - - ibary s:. nr. Haight; lower Bat. 5
1 b.
$30.00 442 Scott ■-t. nr. Fell: upper flat; yard;
fetes: newly reno— sted Ibimishiißf*
- ro"i St.; upper, r r. and b.;
yant: urates: newly renovated throughout;
ej.-ctricity: lieht and sunny.
•*'"■" erce nr. II icbt: upper. 7 r. and b.
'ar! nr, Willard; upper, 9 r. and b.
927 50 -407 Broderick nr. Hayes; upper. 9 r. ."v b.
127.89 „ Landers s t . nr. Market: middle dat, 9
r. and h.: yard, electricity, grates.
927.50—1246 Eddy nr. Laamna: ripper, or. and b.
$27.80 006 Irvine st. nr. 10th ay.: middle flat. 5
r. a*id h.-./iieamed ceilings, open fireplaces.
927.00—4044 California nr. 3d ay.: 6 r. and b.
$27.60 —7';o 7th ay. nr. Fulton st.; upper. 0 r.
and b.: yard: perfect condition.
$25.0t»--420 Spruce st. nr. Sacramento; sunny,
•••.obed. sbineled flat. 4 r. and b.; pan
eled dining room, lan ard.
$25.00—044 Central ay. nr. Golden Gate: middle
flat. 5 r. .I'd b.: electricity and e
523.00 -7 Central ay. nr. Waller; upper, 7 r. and
b.: will be put in order.
923.50 —74" Clayton st.: snap; 5 lartre r. and b.:
porch and yard; bet. Waller and Frederick.
$22.50— ::250 Sacramento st. nr. Lyon; njoper, 4
r. and b.: electricity and open fireplsce*.
$22.50 —1128 Greenwich st. nr. Hyde: upper flat,
5 r. and b.: yard; lieht and snnny.
$20.00—2S Lloyd st, nr. Scott; lower. 4>. and b.;
(rates; lieht and sunny throuirhont.
$19.00 524 Fell st. nr. Buchanan: lower, tj r.
and b.; yard: bard finish: eo.>d view.
$17.80—388 Lily ay. nr. Webster d ; fi.it. 4 r.
and b.; yard: prates: np to date.
- C Landers st. nr. Market; upper flat. 4
r. and b.: yard: P< erles s boilers. ■
915.00—Northeast cor. 26th ay. and A st.; upper,
9 r and b.: lieht and sonny.
$14.00 3771 2oth s t . nr. Dolores; tower flat. 4r.
and b.; in good condltloa.
HOUSES
$80.00—2381 Wfts-hlae-toa st. nr. Laurel; house,
10 r. and b. : yard; electric beaters.
$.-,0.00— is.*;,', Baker st nr. Sacramento; R r. and
b.: modern, and up to date; on key jot; will
always he sunny.
$73.00—-129 California st. nr Buchanan; house,
12 r. and b.: furnace, electrlcitv.
$00.00—2KV; Vallejo st. nr. Webster; house of 9 j
r. and b.
$38.00 -170 Henry st. nr. 14th; 7 r. and b.: new
ly mmrated throughout; modern and up to
date in every respect.
$.'1 .50— r>47 37th ay. nr. Geary; cottaee, f, r. and
b.: yard: prates; opposite school.
$13.80—158 Harold ay. nr. Bruce st.; cottage of
5 r. and b,: perfect condition; key next
door: close to c-.r line
$27.50 Stere, J378 Bth ay.'; excefteat location;
within half block of new car line.
$25.00 -Store. 15x50; Irvine st. nr. oth ay. : ex
cellent location for fruit market: will be
put in oider to suit tenant; modern.
APARTMENTS WANTED.
WE HAVE CLIENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER *
Lieht loft. 90zflO feet: from Turk st. to Cali
fornia and from Kearny to Powell.
House of 20 rooms or more, east of Divisadero,
t Western Addition.
Vodern 4 r<x.m apartment; steam heat, bard
o«l floors; east of Van Ness ay.
GET OCR COMFI V'Tl* T IST Of FLATS.
APARTMENTS AND HorsES.
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY
,T. W WRIGHT ft CO.,
229 Monte..li eiy -t.
ARTISTIC flat: vi.w of hay and fair site: i bed
ronens. 2 baths, dininc liri-ie and servant's
- etc. Key, etc.. it _Bee THE MCCAR
THY COMPANY. 918 Bush st.; Douglas 5715.
sv ti- • - fl it. con
venient to Geary. Sntter. Turk and O'Farrell
st e;ii R; O! -el t■ Tl 1 t.. 4 |
SHIPLEY st.. 57A. off 4th. bet. Folsom and liar
rison Lower fiat; 5 rooms, bath, gas, yard;
1.l ov st.. 140.*.-The cheapest flat in the city;
new. sunny; c rooms and lu-th; $2'J.50.
HAVES st. 2273—Cozy 4 room flat. $2**.: over
looking Golden Gate park: Janitor; on car line
ALBION ay.. 1,11. near Valen-ta. 10th and 17th
cm 9 room apts.. $22.50; wall beds.
S''( iTT Union -Sunny 9 room flit;
servant's room: near fslr eronnds: rent $35.
23* D st.. 4173 7 room story and a half house,
Inree yard, two car lines: $25.
2_D "t., '■'■'■i'.'.'J. «)>ovo Valencia —Lower flat 5
. and bath; $20.
IVY ,iv ''•• -Sunny flat, 3 rooms; first class
order: .<1 t.
"tOTH st.. ;*;i4 — fi~i. 7 ewiaj corner rooms; car
at doQT.
1710 Bt.. 3241—Sunny t) room upper flat; rent
$25.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1857 FILLMORE ST.
FLATS TO LET
IIHVISHED
I HAVE FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED
PLATS ANT» HOUSES FROM FOUR TO SINS
ROOMS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY: $*:o
AND W: COMPLETE DETAILS AND KEYS
AT THIS OFFICE P.. W. BLANCHARD JR.,
■A*lB-820 HEWES BLDG.: SETTER £508,
rt':-:S!DIO «v . 420 Sunny, completely, degautly
furnished Hat. 4 rooms and bath: $30.
rRESiPIO ay.. 424—Sunny, modern, nicely furn.
flat, 4 r««jms and bath; Janitor service.
FLATS WANTED
FURSIUHED _____
LIST YOUR FURNISHED FLATS. APART
MENTS OR HOUSES WITH ME. I HAVE
CLIENTS WHO ARE LOOKING FOR PLACES
IN ALL P\RTS OF THE CITY. B. W.
BLANCHARD JR.. REAL ESTATE, RENT
ALS LOANS AND INVESTMENTS. SlB-S2O
HEWES BLDG.: PHONE SUTTER 2506.
FLATS AY ANTED
ijxFrn\ Vls_e»_!
HAVE CLIENT FOR A MODERN FIVE OR SIX
ROOM UPPER FLAT IN THE VICINITY OF
GOUGH AND FRANKLIN.
HWE CLIENT FOR A MODERN EIGHT
OR NINE ROOM FLAT IN THE VICINITY
OF EAST OF GOT'OII AND NORTH OF EDDY
AND N<>T TO EXCEDD $50 RENTAL. B. W.
BLANCHARD JR.. REAL ESTATE. RENT
ALS. LOAN'S \ND INVESTMENTS, 818-820
HEWES BLDG.: PHONE SUTTER 2500
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
IJVFI 'RXISHEO
SEND or call for o»" printed catalogue. GEO.
W. AUSTIN. 1422-1424 Broadway. Oakland.
COTTAGES TO LET
BEAVER st.. 22. north 16th and Market—3
room modern sunny cottage, newly furn.: $25.
WISCONSIN st.. 704—Cottage, 4 rooms and bath.
gas. all mod. cony.; 2 gardens, high bsmt.: $14.
Small cottage on Duncan near ('astro; rout $5. In
quire at 2006 Castro st. near 2Sf!i.
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OFFICES AND STORES TOLET
MARKET st.. 613.—Large room: desk; fully
equipped: to right party. $10 month.
IrIOMEJBITLDING
DON'T pay rent; If you own a lot will build
cottage to voor liking; terms like rent. NEW
ERA BUILDING CO., 9290 Mtsstofl st.
CITY RE A L ESTATE -. ;_,,,
J. W. WEIGHT & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
228 MONTGOMERY ST. (MILLS BUILDING).
RENTS COLLECTED AND OWNERS ABSO
LUTELY GUARANTEED AGAINST LOSS
FROM TENANTS. FULL CHARGE
TAKEN OF PROPERTY.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE.
WE ARE NOW LISTING PROPERTY FOR OUR
NEXT AUCTION.
BUSINESS HOLDING
$185,000—Pays practically 6 per cent net on tbe
total investment: situated on one of San
Francisco's best business streets; every
thing occupied and under lease; lot 40
feet front.
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS PROPERTY
$40,000- New 5 story brick building near 3d and
Howard sts.: 2 stores and 28 rooms: In
come- over $400 a month; secured leases.
MINNA STREET CORNER
$15,500—Large corner, 80x100 feet, suitable for
small manufacturing business.
NEAR GOUGH AND GEARY
$10,250—20 room buildim: leased for $100 per
month; lot 27 feet frout. This is an
ideal investment
REDUCED FROM $10,000
$0,250— Elegant lot. 55x100 feet: very well lo
cated on Union st. near prominent trans
fer corner; less thau $175 pet front foot.
Bargain.
HAVES STREET CORNER
$8,250—An unusually desirable corner; 60 feet
front; worth $10,000; good locality;
close to Fillmore.
SACRAMKNTO STREET BUSINESS PROPERTY
$7,500 cash, balance can remain on ratg.; store
with 4 rooms in rear and 4 apts. of 4
rooms each; lot 30 ft.'front: vicinity of
Locust st.; full purchase price $15,000.
PRESIDIO HEIGHTS
$U,500 —Magnificent site for a residence: lot
88:4x100. Best part of this desirable
neighborhood.
SOUTH OF MARKET
$S.7so—oth st. corner: sold to close an estate;
Bth Kt. is rapidly bu'lding up. Take a
walk down there and see for yourself.
This is a little nugget, and should be
pkked up at once.
ATTRACTIVE RESIDENCE
$1,000 cash, balance on easy terms: modem,
artistic 0 room res.; sleeping porch snd
garage: up to date in every particular.
See this today. Agent on the premises.
1257 Kith ay,. near Lincoln way: Sunset
1 istrict. Full purchase price $7,000.
WESTERN ADDITION
$6,250 —Owner must sell; 6 and 7 rooms and
bath each: close to Broderick aud Clay.
COR. NEAR PACIFIC AND LEAVENWORTH
$4,2so—Excellent corner. 22x60; right In the
heart of the city.
MAKE offer: make offer:
$3,800 Cottage of 6 rooms and bath, with
In rear: lot 1:7:0x100, Irregular.
Owner anxious to sell, close to Bush and
Lj.iU sts.
SUNSET COTTAGE
$3,750 —Excellent 5 room cottage near oth ay.
and J st.: lot 38x160. This is a low figure.
■UNSET COTTAGE
$s.ooo—Comfortable 4 room cottage on 9th ay.;
lot 9*3x190 feet.
BARGAIN IN HOME
$1,000 rnsli, balance $35 per month. Including
Interest at 6 per cent per annum. 6 room
residence, near 31st ay. and Clement st.;
full purchase price only $3,500. BAR
GAIN!
NEAR HYDE AND UNION STS.
$3,500—Tw0 flats of 3 and 4 rooms each; rents
$33 per month. Unusual bargain.
BUILDING LOT
$2.2so—Fine, level lot near 10th ay. and B St.;
nicely situated; 25x120; owner might
consider less.
bargain: bargain:
$I,Boo— Excelleut lot. 50x120, near 2S(h ay.
and C st.; cheapest lot In vicinity; only
half cash required.
bargain: bargain: bargain'
$1.550—L0t 25x100 feet; Ist ay.. Richmond
District.
terms: terms: terms:
$I,ooo—-Exc-llent corner lot. riOM to Ocean
boulevard: inside lots In the locality are
selling for $800; size 52:6x100.
WORTH INVESTIGATING
$100 cash, balance $10 per month. Interest at
6 per cent per annum: well situated lot.
oily 1 block from oth ay. car line; has
pretty outlook from rear; full purchase
price only $650.
J. W. WRIGHT * CO..
228 Montgomery st.. Mills hide.
$5.500 —Ricnmond district: $1,000 cash, balance
like rent: beautiful new house of X rooms and
bath, hardwood floors splendid fixtures and
hardware; tine sheltered sun porch, handsome
entrance and garage; 80 foot lot: magnificent
view of ocean, park and lakes; half block from
Geary st. car line o;t R st. (now being graded);
Li idocks from McAllister car (Beach line):
.':"ith ay. between B and C sts. See owner on
premises. A. KLAHN & SON, 27 Chenery st.;
phone Mission 447**.
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS PROPERTY
$27,500 —Brick building, on main business street.
only 2 blocks from 4th and Market: leased
for $200 per month: hank mortgage of
$12.00 ii. This property pays over 12 per
cent net. and the tenants are secured.
Will hear your closest investigation.
W. B. M--GERRY * CO.. 41 Montgomery st.
HOME AND INCOME.
$750 rash; mortgage 95,000; 2 modern flats,
resilience block, close to enrs. 5 and 0 rooms.
coal grates, electric lights and gas, reduced from
90,200: most be so!d.
MEXOHAM A- BHERA. 1410 HafarM st.
ARTISTIC HOMES.
Forty homes now hnildine* bet. 10th snd 17th
its.. Clement and Geary sts.; protected by re
strictions; hardwood floors, open grates, etc.; all
modern Improvements: 3 car lines.
FERNANDO NELSON, owner and Builder.
LAND and improvements cc the north side of
Bay st.. 171 feet 6 inches west of Hyde, west
17 by 197:6, will be auctioned In Judge Gra
liam's court on Thursday. January 30. at 10
o'clock a. m. For Information see M. J.
11*1 NES. public administrator.
CHANCE OP A LIKE TIME
Elegant 2 story house, built for a home, must
be sacrificed at $5,000. Six well arranged rooms,
all pine finish, 2 Coal grates, pleasing decora
tions: quick actios.
MEACHAM k SHERA, 14f0 Haight st.
FINE 7 room residence; large reception hall,
hardwood floors, sun porch: marine view; now
is your chance to get a first class home: loca
tion Al. 232 21st ay. betweee California and
Lake sts. Open.
SNAP— $3,000: MAKE OFFER. ~
For sale or e\.-liange. swell 5 room cottage.
bath, pantry: high basement: lot 60x120; will
take lot as first payment. Address or see B
L.. co Goettmgen st.
MT'ST sell on account of death in family; leav
ing city to settle estate: a well established
business: any reasonable offer not refused; best
of referen.es given. 240] Mission st.
NO MONEY REQUIRED TO BUILD if you're
paying on a lot or own a lot: we will build for
you, and pay us the same as rent. D. lIOULB
CO.. 600 Market st. room 218: hours 12 to 2.
I'nß BALI Osttage, fl room* and hath: sunny
side of street ; fine view: price 93,500. See
owner. 790 Wisconsin st.. San Francisco.
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company. Mills
bldg., iusure your title; save time, save money.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1913.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
UP TO DATE HOMES built on good lots or
tracts and «old on monthly payment plan; 50
designs to choose from Call or write
NATIONAL BOND AND MORTGAGE CO.,
1414 Call building; phone Sutter 2862.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
FOR sale—A desirable lot in Rockrldge place.
65x55: $1,700. $1,000 cash, balance on mert
gacre. Address 12C2 Bth St.. Oakland, or phone
Oaklrnd (088. ________
TWO 6 and two 5 room cottages, new and mod
ern, Clifton and Manila ays.. Clart-mont: ready
for immediate occupancy: huv direct from own
er a oil save from $200 to $300. O. M. BUL
LOCK. 1052 Broad - ay, Oakland; phones, Oak
land 2535, Merritt 3880.
FOR sale —12 room house, completely furnished.
This property Is on streetcar line and only 2
hiooks to either S. P. Co. or Key Route ferries.
For further information call at 1202 Bth st.,
Oakland, or phone Osklanrl 0266.
ON W foot wide street, cottage 6 rooms: lot
SSalSl : bungalow In "-ear: 3 rooms; lartrf
frnit trees: roses in abundance; near S. P.
and Key Route; price $2,700: snap: terms.
IB9R 47th St.. esst of San Pablo ay.
BARGAIN—NearIy new 7 room home, furnished
or unfurnished. Phone Merritt 4636.
JBERJCELEX RE A L EST A
CHOICE lot In Clar-mont Hotel tract: terms t«
suit purchaser. Owner, J. 11. MANLEY, 2211
California st.
RICHMOND REAL ESTATE
WHY pay twice as much for property when we
can sell you better values for half the money*:
See us before buying in Richmond, we will
show you. WENIIAM ft PAUL. 1128 Broadway.
Oakland. Cal.: phone Oakland 17(>.*>. Richmond
office 14th and Potrero ay,: phone Richmond
7571. Transfer at dill and Macdonald ay. to 6th
st. car going south to end of line.
ALLEY corner. 30x100. on Potrero ay. close to
14th s*. car line: harbor property: sacrifice for
CSS— Box 8888. Call office. Oakland.
BEAUTIFUL lot on Pullman ay.. 40x105. with
s'isrht improvement, price only $400. Address
box 6058, Call office, Oakland.
WILL sell mv eooltv in two corner lots in
Richmond for $550' cash. C. K. TURNER,
Auburn. Cal.
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HOMES, ranches, acreaee: exchange: price list.
DAVID I. WILSON. Santa Cruz. Cal.
RFRLI\G\ME REAL EST ATM
COZY 5 room furnished buncalow for rent or
sale: investigate. sf> Sanchez st., San Framlsco.
ELEGANT HOME SITES, only $150 each; $3
down and $5 per month; no interest, no taxes.
Write or call for handsome booklet.
E. W. MAG RUDER, 423-42.". Phelan Mdg..
760 Market St., S. P. AGENTS WANTED.
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COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
$5 MONTHLY BUYS SUBURBAN FARM
Fruit, truck or poultry farms near suburbs!
station, only 35 minutes from the city of Hous
ton, near shell boulevard direct to city. Beau
flful location; rich soil; plenty of rainfall: fine
climate: two and three crops a year of potatoes,
tomatoes, oabbnce and other vegetables, which
-it growers from $100 to $300 per acre. lin ;
strawberry country, also In orance and fig belt.
Cash market In tbe city for products. Only a
Tew five and 10 acre farms at $"*>o end $b5 ar
acre. No Interest, no taxes. Five acres, $..
cash and $5 monthly; ten acres, $10 cash at" l
"►io monthly. Write today for illustrated litera
ture and all particulars. C. W. HAHL A: CO.,
owners. 614 Commercial Bank bldg., Houston,
Texas.
HERE U a great harsr;'in: a choice little farm
in Solano county, only one mile from Fairfield:
soil js rich sandy loam*, very rich, with plenty
of sediment: fine f'«* alfalfa, a'monds, walnuts,
berries; this land is unite level «nd we ear
sell it at $550 and on terms of $.".." cash and
$5 per month: you will have to act rpilek t<
get this; If you want more land than 5 acre*
we can arrange it if yon act quick. I.OCKF
PADDON CO.. 35 Mootsromerv st.. S. I*.
BARGAIN FOR IMMEDIATE SALE.
30 acres, only 1% miles from Modesto; 12 acres
hearing orchard. 12 acres tine alfalfa, balance
caiden und grain: new 10 room bouse, barn,
windmill, tank, tankliouse. BUtO shed, cream sep
arator. 2 horses. B rows, 00 ehtckens, 28 hives
'•f be*a, all wagons t.-<.!s. ImpkilltCMlS. etc.; price
$10,000; terms.
E. W. BEEBE ft CO.. 262 Bacon bide.. Oakland.
Qmam lE&ii^m
325 acres of level, deep, rich soil. 1 mile
from S. P. R. R.; abundant water: an oppor
tunity of a lifetime; $10 per acre .ash. D. E.
BESECKER, 520 Pacific bldg.. S. F.
5"J4 acres, new house, barn, windmill, tank and
3 henhouses. $2,500; $300 cash, balance on easy
terms like rent; good school and stores. A. J.
RONSHEIMER, Penngrove, Sonoma county,
Cal.
FOR sale—.".(MX) acres Butte. Yuba. Placer com
ties; descriptions, prices, this week. OWNER
at 223 First National Bank bldg.
FOR rent—A fully equipped chicken ranch of 3
acres; near Penngrove; good soil and on good
road: rent $10 per month. A. J. RON
SHEIMER. Penngrove. Sonoma county. Cal.
FOR the best list of country property, farms.
fruit and poultry ranches, stock ranches, a'
filfa and timber lands, send for new cata.
ROTHEBMFL ft CO.. 247 Bass h'de.. S. I*.
ORO LOMA—Best land and water In San Joaquin
valley; $75 an acre; 20 acres or more.
CLARK ft REED, 432 Market st.
FINE HOTEL SITE for summer resort, $15,000.
Address OWNER, box 4142. Call office.
for rent-::*' acres poultry ranch. J. w. DON
NFI.LY. 630 Hearst bide.
SONOMA COUNTY LANDS
3. W. HORN CO.. PETALUMA. CAL.
$650 cash and $">oo per year buys a highly Im
proved, modern fruit and poultry ranch at Peta
luma that should net owner, when fully stocked.
92.509 per year: total pr!ee now $4,050." Including
fine driving horse, harness and buggy. Write for
our large free list.
J. W. HORN CO.. PETALUMA. CAL.
__B RITISH L ■_ *P_L
FOR investments In British "i 'nmbla farms,
lands and new townsltes. write j - '•all GEO.
ROBINSON* k. CO.. 30S Monadnoek bldg.. 8. F.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
FOR exchange -Apartment house in swellest sec
tion of Los Angeles; paving better than 6 per
cent net on (100.000; mfe. $26,000; want cheap
undeveloped land; will assume on land or take
back mfg. on apartments as required and will
give good deal for the kind of land I want for
my client; prefer coast counties. ALBERT
MERCER. 80S Higgins bid;.*.. Los Angeles. Cal.
LOS ANGELES PROPERTY.
NEW 7 room elegantly finished bungalow, with
large garage.- price $7,600; for bay property.
J. H. EPSON. 1128 Broadway. Oakland.
WK can exchange anything anywhere. THE W.
H. MACK CO.. 423 Monadnoek bldg.. S, F.. Cal.
BUSINESS THANCES
GE©, A c ™Rl[o_
833 MARKET ST..
Room 20]. COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, APT. HOUSES.
ROOMING HOUSES. HOTELS, LEASES. SIOV
EKAL NEW HOTEL BUILDINGS 10 LEASE.
GROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE -Owner retir
ing from business: doing over $5,000 per month
cash counter trade. This is guaranteed. Price
$5,500 cash.
CORNER GROCERY AND FAMILY LIQUOR
BUSINESS (dears $12."> easy: owner ill; must
sell; price $S00; a nice business for man and
wife.
SAI.OON AND 20 ROOM ROOMING HOUSE:
very busy transient location; Q years' lease; I
will remodel these premises to suit tenant.
Price $2,250 cash.
SALOON—.Tnst off Market, north: doing about
$1,550 average business per month; rent $125;
5 years' lease; fine fixtures; good heavy stock:
all gentlemen trade; do bums or hangers:
strictly first '•lass; old established: clears at
least $400 per month NOW; price $4,300, some
terms. (This Is a bargain.)
<GE© O Ac MEE.IRII€!}_
833 MARKET ST..
ROOM 201, COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
COUNTRY HOTEL—The best and liveliest small
city in the slate of California: 34 rooms: best
of furniture: the finest equipped bar in Placer
county: 10 years' lease; owner retiring: rent
$}',() for full term of lease. For further par
ticulars see the brewer's agency. A-k for Mr
H.rriek. ROOM 201. COMMERCIAL BUILD
ING, 08 .MARKET ST.
$1.:.00— Busy cor. saloon and family liq. ent.;
good location; rec. $l« and $30 day; see this
and be convinced: a bona fide bargain; trial
given. 2110 A Market st.
BUSIXESS CHANCES
rontlnnul
) $•_(*•>— Candy, lop cream store; nr. school; 3 liv. r.
$"00—Tailor shop: finest small shop in <-itv.
81.900 —Grocery, liquor store; for man & wife.
$I.2so—Rooming house, 10 rms.: trans, trade
|225 -Candy and tamaie parlor: rent $10.50.
$2,100- Saloon: receipts average $20 da v.
$FOO- Bakery: half int.: use 90 bids flour mo.
$(-.-.0-_Egg and butter route; big money maker.
List your business; we find the buyers. Fair
treatment legitimate sales, square dealing.
W. H. SPENCER & CO.. 2110 A Market st.
$4,i 00- Woi-kingman's hotel; 56 steady hoarders;
good bar; no eosßtnetttfop. 34 bedrooms; 2 to 4
beds la room: 2 acres ground: 50 chicken
! houses, 3 barns ir.O ft. long, one horse. 2
wagons. 2 buggfes. .'* cow«: rent 5125 month;
best money mak'-r in Cal.: company hohis
board from wages: close to San Francisco.
Inqalre 2110 A Market st
COUNTRY NEWSPAPER --Will sell plant in
healthy and growing town in northern Califor
nia: only paper and priut shop in incorporated
town: good business opportunities: established
. S years: proprietor quitting the business; price
1L250; will close a deal for $750 down. Apply
to SISSiiN HEADLIGHT, Staaoß. Cat
$800—Steady man wanted as partner: estab
lished downtown office commission business;
can make $150 and n\> each per month; expe
rtence unnecessary: dvrtiea will be plain writ
ing, taking orders inside, etc. Apply S3O
Market st.. room 520.
GROCERY and .-rookery—ln one of the best
coast towns of Cal; stock clean as a whistle;
, small cost to operate; a money maker for
man and wife: will take $4,000 to $4,500 to
handle. Address boy 4430. Call offlce.
> WILLOW RIVER, coming commercial center of
interior. B. C.: on G. T. P. & P. H. B. Rvs..
entrance Peace river country. For full infor
; mation write Pae. Land and Townsifes Co..
Ltd.. 100 Richards st.. Vancouver. B. r.
|225 —Wanted, steady, active mau partner: old
estab. business; will pay sure profits of not
less than $125 mo. each.; exp. unnecessary;
light, clean work. Call 830 Market St..
room 415.
BEFORE Investing your hard earned money la
any business venture, let us make confidential
report. INDI'STRIAL INFORMATION BU
REAU. 34 Etlfs st.
[ $1.150 —Meat and vegetable market: one of the
best money makers in the city; fixtures alone
cost over $1,200. Inquire 2110 A Market st.
' PARTNER wanted wlih $350 to open a printing
offlce: typesetter preferred. Address L. S. _."",
7514 Boyce st.
1 FINE store to let. corner Post and Lyon: make a
good sab*>n or grocery; 3 living rooms; base
ment: $40.
WE have the best list of property exchanges in
the city: try us. 2110 A Market st.
FOR sale —Rook and stationery store: best loca
tion. Box 17. Branch Call. 1003 Mission st.
BLACKSMITH Half interest In first class shop
For information. 209 E. Myrtle st., Hanford.Cal.
PARTNER with $1,000 for Al proportion; guar
anteed $100 mo.; no triflers. 700 Pacific bldg.
. WANTED- -PARTNER. RESTAURANT; liquor
license; downtown: Al. 7(>o Pacific bldg.
, PARTNER with $.".00 for AI proposition; well
established. 70(> Pacific bldg.
ors^ s _ F i!JL *_*i!L_
s:::: mahnf.t st..
ROOM 201, COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
PHONE SUTTER 2050.
BARGAINS I.N* FURNISHED HOTELS, ROOM
ING AND APT. HOUSES. FLATS.
TO LEASE SOUTH OF MARKET—4O rooms,
rent $5 per n>oin; G yr. lease; new building;
steam heat, hot aud cold water.
22 ROOMS. 1 FLOOR, corner, transient: rent $00;
1 sunny; clears $150 per month; price $1,000.
' 50 ROOM APT. HOUSE, corner: rent $200; close
in: tine location; ail bay window sunny rooms;
price $2,500.
150 ROOM HOTEL, downtown corner: clears
$1.000 per month: new- building; new furni
ture; price and rent will suit.
«©„ A, TO!J]UC__
835 .MARKET ST.,
• DAVIS BROS. W.M. A. SIMONS, Mgr.
GENERAL BUSINESS BROKERS'.
40;; 405 Pacific bldg. Douglas 1533.
! 24 ROOM CORNER HOUSE. DOWNTOWN LO
CATION, north of Market st.: clears $125 _o.:
4 year lease; rent .«I2". Best buy in city for
$I.K'O. DAVIS BROS.. 4n5 Pacific building.
29 ROOM APARTMENT HOUSE, walking dis
tance, north of Market st.; reasonable rent:
lease till 1016. Gn-at bargain for $l.fti»o. See
this at once. DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg
50 ROOM HOUSE near Yin Ness Hv . : f„n steady
roomers; rent $l<>0: 4 rear lease; clears $15o":
must be sold at oocej price $8-">0. I.', cash, b.-il.
easy terms. DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg.
70 ROOM HOTEL; transfer corner, near civic
I center: hot and cobi water, strain heat; rent
$(! a room: base over fair.
GREAT BARGAIN AT $3,000; part cash
DAVIS BROS.. 40.*: -pacific building.
A -CAMERON & CO.,
714 MARKET ST. ROOM 301 ,Opp. Celli
IBANK REFERENCES. HOTELS. ROOMING
APARTMENT HOUSES. FLATS
; TITLES GUARANTEED
SNAPS
DOWNTOWN* HOTEL—OO rms.. fine fur., long,
ion Vase, civic center loc., cost $7,000 to fur
reduced to $3,800 act. sickness; will take 8 to
20 rms. fur. with sunny yard as part payment,
also small mortgage.
BEST Hltle 24 rm. house In city, cheap.rent.
leaatlMS, choice loc.. clears $200' mo.
HOTELS, APART, and ROOMING HOUSES,
every location.
FURNISHED flat, 5 rooms and bath; sunny mod
ern: cor.: cheap rent. 3444 22d st.
IWESTifFXTS
A. E. WHITE COMPANY.
Brokers. 323 Monadnoek building.
Principal dealers ;in nonlisted securities. ■"
'• WE WILL SELL:
. 200 Mascot Copper ..".'.......:..... ' $2 "5
1.000 National Wireless T. AT .....*;.". 12
500 Calamoat Copper ."...........'....;...' 100
ISO Chiapas Rubber .';. .......... ;.'s.oo
'.'.•;. 50' Western States Life In*. Co .*-.*..;.".;. ! 12! Of»
1,000 Tidewater Southern Ry.....: .......Market
And many others in amounts to suit
DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ■'..:''■■-' : V .:
THE TRUTH AND FACTS
' ABOUT THE NEW CAMP OF ROCHESTER? :
.1 am leavtrig for there to look the rump over
i not only in the interests of my Clients, hoi Sas\ a ;
newspaper y'- correspondent, ; therefore - will '■£ have
: every opportunity to get best Inside information
available. ' Ij will tell you just what I see and
lean. ; Adda -. > ,' *
- v,'. A. J. MOORE, „
;,. Room 17. Bacon building. Oakland. .
- CHESTER B. ELLIS _ CO.!. V ~vv
* STOCK AND BOND BROKERS, '
714 Market St.. V. , ; Opposite Call building
P Largest dealers In exclusively non-listed securi
ties on the Pacific Coast. Established 1890. ! f *
Money j loaned {on i approved i security and i realty.
. •-> '-'* ■.- 11. A. ROFNTTZ. BROKER, „ *; v
-'• :• i 781-63 Phelan bldg.. San Francisco, Cal., -ii
Buys t and sells 5 all local ;! insurance, 1 ;.; rubber, oil,
mining and industrial stocks and bonds. ;- Spe
cialty. * Mascot, *-■:--. ' r..-;" ; ■'"'. .■■; ■•;-.<: "-. v,.
i ——-
anyEst-AypriiiiyiVfll ■;■-':-•
IF you want ;to ; Interest ; yourself lln a i legitimate '
H mining enterprise, call on R. RELPF.N. Belden.
V': Plumas co., Cal. Plumas county is among lead
y, ing ; counties of the state for quartz and; placer. |
;, _ /}■■ ■' :; MOyEYTO'^OA^^Ar'
: AA—NOTICE—WHEN YOU NEED MONEY ON i
.-*; YOUR; SALARY. WHY > NOT DEAL WITH J*A* ;
1 RELIABLE 5 FIRM: YOUR BUSINESS IS
*:•' STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. RATES CHEAP
EST IN CITY. ;; ■„,:■■-- ■'■<-;■"■;, -,ji c-v-**->~, v-- 1 '
'* • ' - Monthly. Semimonthly. W'kly.
$.V>.oo— Pay back $12.00 $6.00 vv . $3.00 v*;
45.00 " " .; .*. 10.00 5.00 i '2.50 "?
* 30.00 ' " " ....;.7.0() --.' 3.50 V; .-'l;70v";
20.00 •%■.*,»_;.■•;;.;;? 5.00 2.50 1.25
: ; UNION CREDIT CO.. 360 PHELAN BLDG. lM
AAA—HOUSEHOLD ; LOAN COMPANY :;;~ -:-'v«
'. -■* WILL LOAN YOI" MONEY ON ' FURNITURE *'
ii PIANOS. FTC: $10 to $200; LOW,; COST- CON
FIDENTIAL* HONEST AND SQUABS) DEAL.
■ CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE. M
357-9 PACIFIC BLDG.. FOURTH and MARKET *
> PHONE DOUGLAS 3265
OAKLAND office.'.llB First National Bank bldg.
j MONET loaned fonf furniture, pianos ' and other
■ H security ;• lowest 1 rates: most favorable ! terms In
V 5 this city: sr>e others, then see me' and be con
vinced: ;; will § save | you 8 money: tt $2.25 I weekly
I"•■ - pays'f $"0 ; loan Phone \ Market -; 3029. GEORGE
14W.1 MILLER. 3009 j 16th St.. southwest corner
j' Mission, room 35. i v.'vj'.-'-. ';; t ,v?\v * s .;?;:
LOANS to v salaried net-sons. WAGE earners.
:.,; TEACHERS. CITY EMPLOYES and I OTHERS
1v; with FIXED incomes: also OTHER « proposl
t'.', t lons including advances >on _ INSURANCE j and ]
WAREHOUSE receipts: rates reasonable: pay- J
: & ments easy. 433 Phelan bldg.: ph. Douglas 3244.
j 4—TREMAIN. with absolute privacy, any amount
nt 3 per cent on furniture, piano*, etc., without
;: removal, payable In ,; installments 'or straight
j;« loans at lowest rates cash, myments reducing
■b& Interest: no j commissions. 5."3 Market st. next
jja Emper'iim. room . Ml: pbon* Dour-la* 2465.
LABOR ior small f amounts. 6. o'_ or 7 per rent,
flat or Installments. If you are paying jflOj to
15 per cent let me change your loan, save you
1 f* s rf per S cent i' of your ; interest. ;. O. E. EVANS,
2367 Mission. "
I BALDWIN JEWELRY CO., ~~
Gold and Silver Smiths.
29-35 Kearny st. *
LOAN* DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
! CASH advanced on salaries; no security; lowest
Ipi rates. 313 ft Merchants' Exchange % building: j
> jfij phone Don alar 1411, and 508 Call building;
' 'f phoue Sutter 2537. ->"•' -«-?®W s *i«
. . . .. *
MONET TO LOAN
Continued
AAA—SALARIED men r and women accommodated
5*4 without l delay or i publicity. Home I Cre'ilt S and
fi Investment Co.. 321 Phelan bid?.. third; floor.
AAA—Wage earners, either men or women, esn
1J make ' a loan in * strictest confidence Jat , the I Em
ployes' Credit Co., room 424. Monadnoek § bldg.
CASH _i loaned Stoic snarled "* men on note without
.* _ indorser. MORRET.L. 1 097 A Monadnoek 1 hide.
We loan A Unsalaried nnoolp: I s?>ve money by fret
t'3 ting our rates. f* 521 Phelan hide.; I Kearny j 3247.
SALARIED LOAN'S: .« other pmtwMitNi'ia. San
'5-: Francisco ". Discount Agency. 411 = : Pacific' bide.
GOLDEN GATE LOAN OFFK'E. 110 Keirny st.
0 Low rates on i Jewelry. W. .T. HESTHAL. V-' -
LOANS ion AUTOS, mr.torrvcle* and J PIANOS.
'.v MEYER BROS.. . 114 San-ome: .tel; Kearny 3520
SA r . o<v LOAN«. $.">*• no- '; cheapest ; rates. D. *D.
; DRAKE. 048 Market st. -■",:;* .
AAAA —Will ;- loan any i amount at > lowest \ interest
.".-' on ; first, *' second s and s third *; mortgages; * estates
i - in : probate, undivided 5 Interest: ;•* d,»als *? directly
\y with "• lender: *, no delay. ; R. ; MeCOLGAN. '• '02
«• 503 { Call bldg., corner 53d and - * Market: phone
"• Douglas 253.1. The oldest established and lead
>-. ing financial ; agency on the ' Pacific coast. ,. - r v
ANY | amount on I real : estate, first *or second - mort
; gages; £.' no delay: s. very *_ lowest T rates: f If < your
■ ',' property 13 i mortgaged ■;:. and ** yon ": need * more
money, see *as immediately.*- O. W. BECKER.
Monadnoek bide., 681 _ Market: ' tel. Douglas 21M
' •■■;■■-*? : : v\v DIRECT J MONEY --'■->:.:' ':"'.'''.-V
V NO COMMISSION CHARGED si "«'.- *'"-
BANK - INTEREST Ist and 2d \< MORTGAGES.
--•''-'■•*' LOAN' 20 per cent more • than WANKS. ; : . ■.-,-*■
■ SHADRPRNE _ CO.. 715 Monadnoek bu'ldln".
__; ■-'J -: ■.:MONET WANTED^ W~X : [ ;■;
WANTED—S2,SOO atfc7i per cent: first class
g§ security of building and real estate, first mort
- 5; gage. t> Apply O. E. EVAN'S. 2307 Mission st. r ;
y " ; _.-:- ..■■";.,'.-.; MONEY '-':'.;,-". v-". ■-■ ; '-■
Wanted for Al Security at 7 Per Cent. - ;*
.'■'•>"*■ AA: Box 5110, Call office;;; Oakland. v^r: :r
$28,000 at 12 per cent: $150,000 security: princi
pals only. Box 6030.* Call ; office. ; Oakland. ~;
h_^™gs = _-legal
THE regular annual meeting of ■ the stockholders
of UNION 1 TRUST COMPANY OF SAN FRAN
, ;C CISCO will ?be >. held •at the '; office of J the cor
poration. 744 " Market St., San - Francisco, Cal.,
on THURSDAY, the 6th day of February. 1013,
.'.-: at the hour of 3:15 o'clock p. m. on said : day,
I for : the purpose of electing ;a i board of | direct
; - ors to serve i for the * ensuing year, the * amend
:\ ment *of _ Its :• bylaws * and ; for' the ; transaction
of such r other business as = may come before
'. the meet ing. / -y H. ; VAN LPVEN, Secretary. .- ■:
ANNUAL MEETING.; * .*•■;
The Regular Annual Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the matson Navigation company
will be held at the office of the Corporation. 388
Market st.. room 108, ; San Francisco. California,
on THURSDAY, the 13th day of February. 1013.
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. in. on said day. for
the purpose of • electing a Board of ; Directors to
serve for the ensuing year and for ; the; transae
tion of such other business "as may come before
tin- meeting. HARRY R. GREGG. Secretary.
~" ..- ANNUAL MEETING ;'-'■-" .
* The regular annual meeting of ; the stockhold
ers ;of r the Wonder « Water % Company,;* will be
held vat the . office .of , the.. Corporation. 268. Mar
ket i street, room 106. San Francisco, . California,
on *3 Monday, g the • 10th . day .;- of % February, ; ; 1913,
at the ' hour of 1:30 P. M. on said ! day. for the
purpose * of " electing -... a ■? Board S of j ;: Directors .;: to
serve „ for ; the ; ensuing ; year ; and 1 for ; the transac
tion *of ' such . other \ business ;as may come i before
the : meeting. ..%-._ y. HARRY B. "GREGG. Sec.
■' , "i ' ~—
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILWAY ", COMPANY
THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT - \
i '• MORTGAGE BONDS -
, Notice Is * hereby :' given ' that, pursuant Ito tbe
provisions of Article Nine of the mortgage from
this Company to the ,jUnited; .States : Trust . Com
pany of New York, Trustee, dated August ;1,
1898, this , Company . has set apart , out jof the net
income . derived <by It j from the lines of railroad
therein ) mortgaged ; the : sum ■of Twenty-five | thou
sand dollars in trust to be used Ito redeem said
bonds, i' and (that 3bonds I Issued \ under I said { mort
gage-will, be redeemed therewith. Bids are here
by Invited for tbe surrender of such bonds at
prices to ;be named by the bidders, to the
amount jof $25,151.40 •in ■ the , Sinking Fund. •-': •'
'.}% Such :-' bids - should *be presented *■ to i. this ■; Com
pany at ! its office, 185 \ Broadway, in the I City of
New York, |on or i before the ' Ist day of ' Febru
ary, ; 1013, at i twelve o'clock ■ noon, and should be
endorsed ' "Bids - for ! Surrender of f Central I Pacific
Railway Company Three and One-Half Per Cent.
Bonds." , .- -.-„',-* --'' - ■"•: '..-''•'■--s. -
T CENTRAL , PACIFIC RAILWAY " COMPANY,
'-v ' ; .-.*' : '.-:■■"-' ; By Win. F. Herrln. ' s^
■ ,;- -," '',-•', y.'- ;,"'**.' ;-,*■- iV- v■■ President. ''•'':
* San Francisco. j December 26. 1012. . ■/,
NOTICE to public—Having bought out the entire
; Interest of my . partner, S. ' Huber of > Wetzel &
Huber. 389 nth st.. all outstanding bills against
1 above party must be presented by Jan. 31, 1913.
:'.' .■■: '-•;■-;■■•;-; ry '.: -y- f ;-';, ;F. L. WET/EL.
NOTICE is given that I am buying the half In
; ■ terest of , the coffee house 'at f 714 ■** Folsom : st.
;■ ■-; from " Gregorious Stathopoulas I for ; $200. v- Any
body - having any "-'■ claims ttTtght apply to
GEORGE ; KAPLAN IS. 714 Folsom st.
*~—■—— " " m »—.—^^^
1 Classified Directory j
, I for Ready Reference |
accwxtams—certified ■ pub.
JOHN R. ; R('< NSTEI.L. C. P. A.. \ 3d \ floor ; Clans
; Spreckels (Call) building; phone Kearny '. 4151.
: ASSAYERS
GOT D—Rich ore: ; amalgam ': bought: assays. 50e.
Pioneer Assay office. \ 540 Market st.. nr. Sutter.
ATTORNEYS;. ■*';
ADVICE FREE—No charge unless successful: all
!;■ cases: all business quickly and quietly attended
-", to; bankruptcy; 1 , general practice. Open every
: eevning. 1028 Market st.. room ' 12. ; '.'■ ■■:,'>■-.'...
R. W. KINO, attorney, Grant bldg.. Market and
j y 7th. room " 320— All j cases: j low i fees: J nothing to
advance or for consultation. Phone Market 012.
HA KRIS A HESS, attorneys st law; w. T. Hess,
■'~.n otary ; public. Room 700. Hearst building. - • .■->'
AR *TJIJ[T E -T TS
IF yon contemplate ! building or desire to have a
; capable :, architect superintend construction of
if building, ! call or write iO. E. Evans, 2367 Mis
sion st. ;.: DON'T PAY ' RENT. Will build borne
* to stilt on easy ; terms. Phone Mission 73"*>. =,
BABY CARRIAGES
A FIRST CLASS carriage, fully upholstered, with
f. back curtain, half , inch rubber t tires, enameled
handles, for 5 $1". -"-i "-' ,'■''> y.\-"*■■.. *;«>; y-
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS. 11 41 ' Sntter st.
. BrSTTESS CoLLgfl_H ■
lIEAI.D'S BUSINESS r COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil,
"- Piectrlc.il, ; Mining, Architectural; day. evening;
v ; established ; 1863. ; 425 j; McAllister ; st.
SAN 'j FRANCISCO ': BUSINESS ~, COLLEGE. * 808
11 Market | st. opp. sth—Day ; and j evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend GALLAGHER- :
H MARSH Business College. J 1256 1 Market j st. ->:<*-':
BCTTOXS AXD PLEATIXf}
STEELE'S Button Wks.. 222 Ellis nr. Mason: ph.
J;* Franklin 4521 and C 4521; ! , mail order* solicited.
CARPET CLEANING
8. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 397
» Sutter st.: phone Kearny 5852 (BLUE WAGON)
—Carpets, rugs i quickly, . thoroughly ; cleaned on
floor without removal; estimates free. ": ;;
WHEN * you % become 5| disgusted ?, with c poor * work.
*; send i four J carpets uto' J. ? SPAL'LDING *& f CO.,
353 Tehama _ st.: % Douglas > 3084. Home j* J2347. j;
AA —National Carpet '? Beating Works—Hampton
%* , Bailey. 344 348 Church: | Mkt. ISO. j Mkt. 190.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning: alterations,ren
" ovating, laying. 444 : Divlsadero; ph. Park 569.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
E.IR noises ; positively cured: i new; ," antiseptic; i 1
:;.* week t free stof convince. DR. COTTINGHAM,
y. expert ear, nose, throat. 821 Market, rm. 402.
; consumption cured; '
CONSUMPTION " cured; local t rets. > bed it ridden
tii recoveries to health. _* 1885 , Sutter cor. Webster.
CALIFORNIA HERBS
WEEK | free —For $2 fwe * cure catarrh, deafness
aml asthma: for $5 we cure blood jm-.lsou with
*»'! out t shocking s the j system. If sick, call for
samples. HERB REMEDY CO.. 91 3d st. r,^
DETECTIVE AGEXCY _____§3j
LUCAS DETECTIVE AGENCY. 713-15 Pacific
M building—3l years' experience; all ; transactions
M STRICTLY confidential: none but ; experienced
men 1 employed. - Tel. 1 ■ Sntter 585.
SCHNEIDER Detective Agency, 315-10 Grant bid.;
exp. operatives. Park 1840, Night | Park 5004.
DEXTISTS
ARTIFICIAL TEETH—'THIS ONE THING I
DO." DR. C. E. WILSON. 888 Geary, suite 804.
DR. IRA G. LEEK—AH kinds of dental work.
617 Fillmore st. near Oak. - * - *,'kW*a_3_
S. F. Dog-Cat Hosp.. 1371 Fulton near Broderick;
f"g animals . treated; . board: ambulance. g West 8312.
DRESS MA SI > 0
McDOWELL'S \ Dressmaking and 1 Millinery School
—Evening ,', classes: H patterns * out ?to % order. -•■' 121 '■
gg Geary st. \ nr. Grant \ a v. ; tel. Douglas 5731.
PERCIVAL > DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d ay.
% I and I East 12th st. .>. Oakland: i tel. J Merritt 1051.
'.:' f_ : '';.; ; --''" ; ':'FdS;;T'^-:
E. E. * WALLEY. j furrier, suits, coats, "s skirts; re
r.!** modeling and repairing of furs at lowest prices.
«3 1740-48 Fillmore nr. Sutter; Oak'd. 1537 R*way.
AD KOCul'R, 222 Monadnoek '. building. 081
J. Market "j-st.-rj near *-■ 3d — Remodeling. ;.* repairing,
yi dyeing at ; popular »: prices. Raw ; furs bought.
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_ _ LUMBER FOR SALE
NEW lumber. $10; shingles. $1.50; rustic. $10;
; doors. $1.10; send lists, SWIFT _ CO.. 10th
■;\ and Mission f sts. ..''.-.-';-
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sS solicited; v» best results obtained in shortest
< time. 704-705 Fox croft bldg.. CS 1 Post : st.
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:' and foreign patents; inventors' guide: ' 100
.y mechanical i movements . free. - 914-916 - Crocker
f** building. San FYanelsco. ;-. -.:■■ * i
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_U_] S. and i foreign patents. y- 704 Pacific bldg. . j
H. C. BOEDER, patent, trademark attorney.
*,: 417 ; First National;- Bank building, Oakland. j.
__ [■ - '■:■■: PENSIOXS .-"'•:.'■'-,'.
M. H. SAMMIS. pension atty.; pensions, back pay.
-■■ lost army papers secured. fj 3415 22d. suite 28. •
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l Established '~ in rS. F. for 20 years; * sure and
quick results; strict." reliable grad. physician;
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;. specialists: j antiseptic j and j painless: | my ; offices
are so arranger} that the utmost privacy Is as
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;' confinement, $25, with ' nurse. Suite 101, 757
:'; Market st. : -. '- - -j
DISEASES j men and women speclaltv; physician, :
surgeon. PENN DRUG CO.. 123 3d st. Vv vj
CANCER successful ly treated by oirect medication
and X-ray. CANCER INST.! 703 Van Ness ay.
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STAMMERING—Cure guaranteed: cons, free; est.
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:,. $1.75 per " hundred to Chicago: through car
service. . BEKINS VAN & STORAGE CO. ;. '
WILSON BROS. CO.. fireproof storage, moving,
v packing, shinning. Removed to 1636 Market
; St. near Haight. phone Park 271. '--;. V
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CLARK. GANDION | CO.. exclusive truss, elastic i
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ADVANCE window shade factory, put up at short
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Births, Marriages, Deaths
, - T-il
.-- Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. They must be handed In at
either of the J publication offices - and; be j indorsed
with 5 the I name and j residence of persons author
ized to i have | the ! same . published. ; J Notices re
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are published enee in this column free of charge.
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; Marriage Licenses |
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SAN FRANCISCO
.: The following marriage licensee were issued
Monday. January 27. 1913: 3££ffi&£Sl&&B&o&
ATWATER—BROWN—Louis Atwater. 31. 543
Elizabeth street, and May F. Brown, 23, 1109
Golden Gate avenue. : ;*": ; .- .-;.';;•
Ct'NEO ■-CI'NKI) Frank Cunoo. 2.".. .2307 Tay
"■':- lor street, and Mamie Cuaeo, 18, 19O0C Powell j
;~ street. - * •• „ ;i
DAVIS—.TONES -John J. . Davis, 45, and Anna
; J. Jones, 44, both of : Richmond.
DEMARTINI- STARK —William Demartlni. ; 23.
9 and Elizabeth Stark. 20, both of 2818 Howard
-i street. -""-**. ,-"-•-■ ..'-"■•■ :.-"- :
ENNTS—GARDEI.LA--I.uke I-:. Ennis. 24, ; San
a Jose, and Argentine Gardclla. 24. Sonora.
GAGLIARDO—HOBBON Joseph Gagliardo. 21.
•: lis.*! Church street, . and - Geraldine M. HohsuQ,
• > 23, 1386 Vallejo street. " . -
MAI.ONE- -ROLLINS- -Edward Maloi-e. 21. and
'" Hazel Rollins, IS. both of : 235 l_ugtota street. .
MARKT PHILLIPS- William Markt, 21. 568*.
• Shot well , street, and J; Mamie Phillips, 18, 520
Shot Well street. ' / .-" ■ -' ;.
MOELI.KR—('RASE—Leo Muller, 35, San Fran
i'cisco, and Nae erase. 22. Eureka.
NIELSEN—LARSEN—Christian S. Nielsen. 88, j
:' Oakland, and * Annie Latseii, 30, 911 Steiner i
s : -street. '.--'■, ~ . •■ I
SANDERSON—-KREISS—James ;R. Sanderson, ;
■' 24, and Ruby Kreiss. 19. •' both of Woodsido, - |
TECLIEE ACREL -Marius Teuller. 20. and i
';»' Maria Amvl. 20. both ;of 1537 Ninth " : avenue.*
THOMPSON -BOLES—Edward J. E. >. Thompson.
s(i. Son Francisco, and Josephine Boles, 47,
Oakland. . ."
. : ' : -:-.; OAKLAND
/- The following marriage licenses .were issued
Monday, January 27, 1013: ;.; .*
ALLEN—BROWN -William )T. Allen. 51, and
~'~ Laura '• Brown. 32, both of > San : Francisco. "' ■
BIRCH—HOWARD —Richard ? Birch. *.■„: 41, and
'*«. Alice Howard, "36; both of Berkeley. *.: ;'..;;•
BRADY—KALES—James B. : Brady, 52, and Rose
K. Kales. 21. both of Oakland. . -
Pi"!'TERFIELD--ERICKSoN —George H. Butter
,;, Held,; 35, : lleaidshurg. -* and Mabel Erickson, . 27,
Oakland. • ; . ; ---*
DE GOMEZ--SPTPIIEN -Victor de Gomez. 21.
'' Piedmont, and Helen D, BetphM, 23. Oakland.
ITTZPATRICK--BCRNS—Hugh Pitapat-rick, 41.
; I anil Margaret hums, 37. both of San Francisco.
HELM—McGANN- -Louis H. Helm, 26, and Mar
;"-, garet McGann. 24. both of Sao : Francis. ■ •
MANCHESTER —WARFIELD—Howard F. Man
1 \ Chester, 21. and Haltie E. Warthld, 21, both
; of ; San Jose;- ; % ; ;'-- ■;■'-.'-". - -.. - ; "■- -. - : * - --.--"-
MORGAN—TROWBRIDGE—AIbert H. Morgan
Jr., 24. r Sacramento, , aud Florence E. Trow
-^bridge. '- 26, Oakland, , ' :
NELSON -AMARO -Cecil yE. : Nelson. 23, , and
Mary ('. Amaru.' 18. both of Oakland.
PLANE—SADLER— Robert _. Plane. 28, Inde
'.:? pendence, la., and Esther L. ; Sadler, 25, . Berke
ley. . :■':-;- .. . -vv--..
REN STROM -HERO—Erick C. Renstrom. 26,
Alameda, - and 11 i 1 ma! M Hero, •_!(*, Kingsburg.
SHARRATT—BRYAN—WiIIiam H. Sharratt. 35,"
Watsonville, and Minnie Bryan. 28, : Stockton. ._'
BXBTHS •;,-;;;.::,..:;
ALLEGAERT—In this city. January 24. 1913, to
s!s Hie wife of J Leo AUegaert, a daughter. ..;. - 4
CONNOLLY—In this city. January -i 23, 1913, to
it the wife of J. J. Connolly;: a = SOB. ...' ;;- -
KEEGAN —In » this city. January 10. ' 1913, to the
v* wife mof James B. Keegau (formerly Mabel
f~. Hart), "i a'; daughter. .. -v ■-' ,-,;;-..* ,"-"'>-:• -
MEYER—In this city, to th" wife of William
Ia F. Meyer 5 (nee , r Jennie M. Roweni. a daughter.
REAY—In this *j city. January 26, , 1913. to the
wife of * Charles Gunn _ Reay, a | daughter.
MJLRRIAGEB ~^:l\
FLOWER—NILAN—In this city, January 23.
: 1913, by Rev. lather D. O'Sullivan, William
"G., Flower and Marcella J. Nilun, both of Sun
Francisco. '■■:'•';yy'\ "/'•*> ■'-".: v'.vv
OBITUARY "
COLONEL CHARLES H, : JONES, EDITOR- New
York. Jan. ; : 27.-Colonel Charles *. 11. Jones, a
\-y confederate i veteran } and | editor of ; national * rep
utation, died yesterday in a sanatorium s* at -
Osp.ilaletti. Italy. New* of bis death was re
ceived s here ; today. - Colonel Jones *■ was ; born In
Taibattou, ? Ga.. in _ 184*. «; After ; the ; war -; he
was I for many y years editor of the Eclectic
Magazine and Appleton's Journal. : In 1881 he
went to Jacksonville, pia., and began the pub
lication of tbe Florida Daily Times. Later he 1
m was. in succession, editor of ; the St. Louis. !
Mo.. Republican, now the St. 1.0«i.s Republic;
managing editor of the New York World ami
of the St. Ixtuis Post-Dispatch, and owner and
i publisher »of i several % trade f Journals. {He was
prominent In democratic politics, and a close
friend of William J. Bryau.
W. F- BELDING. BANKEH —BiehmowS, .lan. 27.
Afler an illness of six mouths. W. F. Beld
iug. prominent hanker and capitalist of this
city and San Pablo, died early this morntng.
Death was due to heart trouble, caused by ad
van.-cd age. Relding was president of the
Bank of Richmond, president of the hoard of
high school trustees, the head of the W. F
R-lding company, one of the largest grocery
inn in tbe county, and held extensive prop
erty interests i.) this cilv and San Pablo, lie
leaves a_ ..state vain..! at from $100,000 to
$l."i(l,000. Resides his bauking interests and
property holdings, he was also head of the
school hoard for nine years. lie was B'sr t
memlier of MeKinlev lodge of Masons and the
Knights Templar. He is survived by a wll"
and several children.
VENA A. SOLE. RANCHER San Jan.
27 Yeas A. Sole, a wealthy rancher here, is
dead at the age of 48 years. Bole was a Call
fornian. an.) was a member of Old on-nsr*
camp No. 142. w. o. w., of San Lornna, «"d
of 4he U. P. E. C No. 41 of Ashland. lie
leaves a widow. .Mrs, Clara Sole, and six chil
d'-eii — pet, r. Okie. Fred :ui.l Ruth Sole and
Mrs. Robert Kendall and Mrs. A. Ellsworth.
The funeral will be held Wednesday morning,
under the auspices of Old Orchard camp, from
the Cunha _ Caporgno parlors.
JAMES B. HAMMOND, MANUFACTURES—St.
Augustine, Fla.. Jan. 27.-James B. Hammond,
head of a large typewriter manufacturing
firm, died here suddenly today. He was oa a
yachting ii-!i;s ( . for i,is be*<-th
"deaths"
Anderson. Swen J... 52 Keegan (Infant 1
Arnaholdi. Second.>.. 42 Morrison. Mary .... 40
Ranks. Mary 96 O'Brien, Patrick ...82
Bergst, Catherine... Ols.-n. Minnie C. ... 23
Berry. Janiesina ... Payne. Noah 51
Borel, Florentine ...80 Richards, Mary A..
Bottger, ('apt. llenrv 601 Rflhertson. Annie ..47
Brophy. Elizabeth .. Ryder. Elizabeth H. —
Brown, Nellie ."..". Sjioenduby. Agnes .. 21
Carter. Lorraine ...24 Sullivan, William R. —
(ashman. William .. 02 Taylor. Ruth A 18
Clarke. Maria L....- Treadwell. Edward..37
De Haven, John J.. <:T Willard, Hefty T....18
Fltzgerlad. Michael J52 Wilson. Harry .. . . .".S
Grnndel, Frank 341W00d, Nellie —
Hackett. Bridget . . . 7"
Ho. h, Julia A. 11. .. 40 Arata .* (Card>
Helling, Alice il'rcggen (Card)
Ivetbon, Valeria .... 67 j
ANDERSON—In Oakland. January 26. 1013.
Swea John Anderson, n native of Sweden, aged
52 years.
ARNABOLDI —In this city. January 26. 1013.
Se.ondo Arnaholdi, a native of Oremia, Italy,
agol 42 .venrs.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in.
vlted t>> attend toe funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day*. January 29, 1013. at 1 o'clock p. ro.,
if mm the funeral parlors of G. laceheri & Co.,
U548 Stockton street between Green and Union,
where services will be held under the auspices
of Court Point I.obos No. 203, F. of A. Inter
ment Italian cemetery.
CO CRT POINT LOBOS NO. 2W. F. OF A—Offi
cers and members are hereby notified to attead
the funeral of our late brother, Secondo Arna
boldi, from the funeral parlors of G. laecherl
_ Co.. ISM Stockton street, at 1 o'clock p. ra.,
tomorrow (Wednesdavi. January 20. 1913.
r N POSTBL, Chief Ranger.
E. BELWAY. Fin. Sec.
BANKS -In this city. January 27, 1913. Mary
Banks, a native of Ireland, aged 90 years.
Interment Ssnta Clara Thursday. January 30,
101.:, on the arrival of the 9 a. m.' train fmm
San Francisco. Remains at the funeral par
lors of Samuel McFadden _ Co., 1070 Haight
street near Baker.
BERGST —Tn this city, January 27. 1913, Cath
erine, beloved wife of the late J. E. _, Bergst.
anil devoted mother of Eugene R. Bergst and
the late Robert and George W. Bergst. and
loving grandmother of Mrs. Agnes Riddle and
George, Milton and Genevieve Bergst, and be
lnve.i sister of Cornelius Sullivan and the late
Mrs. Mary Crane, a native of County Cork,
Ireland.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day*, at 8:30 a. m.. from her late residence.
8506 Mission street, thence to St. Paul's
church, where a rcrjuieetn high mass will be,
Celebrated for the repose of her soul, com
mencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery, by carriage.
BERRY In this rity, January 27, 1913. James
ina Berry, beloved wife of Jara'ti Berry, and
beloved mother of Bessie and Grace Berry and
Mrs. Phil Blennerhassett.
BOREL—In this city. January 26, 1913, Floren
tine, beloved husband of Louise Borel, and de
voted father of Ellen, Louis and Frank Borel
and Mrs. Charles Mills, a native of France,
aged 80 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited ro attend the funeral today (Tuesday),
at 0:15 a. m.. from the funeral parlors of
Samuel McFadden & Co., 1070 Haight street
near Baker, thence to the Church of Notre
Dame dcs Victoires. _u«h street between Grant
avenue and Stockton street, where a requiem
high mass will be celebrated for the repose of
his soul, at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery, by automobile.
BOTTGER--In Gardiner. Ore.. January 24, 1013.
Captain Henry Bottger, dearly beloved husband
of the late Katherlne Bottger, and loving
father of Katherlne and Henrietta Bottger, a
native of Flensl.itrg. Germany, aged 80 years
7 months aud 10 days.
BROPHY - In this city. January 26. 1913. Eliza
beth, dearly beloved wife of John H. Brophy.
and devoted mother of John, Bert and Harry
Brophy, a native of Ireland.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday!,
at 9 a. in., from her late residence, 724 Sbra
der street, thence io St. Agnes church, where
a requiem high mass will he celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 a. m.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
BROWN—In Oakland. January 27, 1913. Nellie,
beloved wife of L. P. Brown, and mother of
Mrs. c. j. Bracken and Mrs. C. L. Gllsou and
Lemuel J. Brown ■■nil Mrs. W. J. Cuthherts' n
and Ida and Bert E. Brown, a native of Wis
consin, aged 53 years 8 months and 24 days.
CARTER—In this city. January 2.". 1013,
raine, beloved daughter of Jesse T. and Katie
Carter, and devoted sister of Harold. Howard,
Elaine. Virginia, Alvin. Catherine. Jesse. Eu
gene and Cora Carter, a native of Salt Lake
City, L'tah, aged 24 years 2 months and 19
days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., at the chapel
of Halsted & Co., 1122 Sutter street. Inter
ment Mount Olivet cemetery, by automobile.
CASHMAN—In this city, January 36, 1913,
William, dearly beloved husband of Mary
(ashman, loving father of Sister _. Marcella
of the Holy Family, and loving brother of
Mrs. Kate Callighan. a native of County
Kerry, Ireland, aced t'.2 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day). January 29. at 6:4*9 o'clock a. m.. from
bis late residence, 527 Bryant street between
Third and Fourth. Remains will be forwarded
to Vallejo. Cal.. on the 7:40 o'clock train from
San Francis,.!, then.-c to St. Vincent's church,
where a requiem high mass will l»e celebrated
for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10
O'clock a. in. Interment St. Vincent's ceme
tery. Vallejo. Cal.
CLARKE In Berkeley, January 2fl. 1913. Maria
1... wife of the late Rev. Charles R. Clarke,
and mother of Russell W. and Prof. Warren
T. Clarke.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral
services, which will take place today (Tues
day)'. January 28. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m..
at St. Mark's Episcopal church, corner Ban
croft way and Ellsworth street, Berkeley. In
terment private.
DE HAVEN -In Yountville, Napa county. Cal.,
January 20, 1915. John Jefferson de Haven,
beloved husband of Zeruah J. de Haven,
father of Jotham J. and Sarah L. de Haven,
and brother of Judge Harvey J. de Haven of
Grangeville, Idaho, a native of St. Joseph, Mo.,
aged t>7 years 1» months and 14 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In.
vlted to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day!. January SB, 1913, from the family resi
dence, 1101 Octavfa street, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Interment Mount Olivet cemetery (private).
FITZGERALD--In this city. January 26. 1915.
Michael Joseph Fitzgerald. dearly beloved
husband of Katherine Fitzgerald. and
devoted father of James. Alfred, Angela. Jo
seph. William and Roy Fitzgerald and the late
Maddaline Fitzgerald, and loving brother of
William F.. George T. and Elizabeth T. Fitz
gerald, a native of Ireland, aged t_ years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited t.« attend the funeral tomorrow ( Wednes
day), January 29. 1913, at 9:30 o'clock a. m..
from his late residence. 1016 Greenwich street
between Jones and Leavenworth, thence to
St. Francis church, corner Columbus avenue
and Vallejo street, where a requiem high
mas s will be celebrated fur the repose of his
soul, commencing at 10 a. in. luteruient Holy
Croaa cemetery.
GRUNDEL—In this city. January 20. 1013,
Frank, dearly beloved son of Katherine and
the late Frank Ornndet. and' devoted brother
of Mis. 11. Bebimer, Mrs. W. Bastlaa and
Mrs. Minine ruth and the late Henry Grundel.
a nathc of San Francisco, aged 84 years. A
member of Independent Ritles; Golden Gate
Parlor No. 20, N. S. G. W., and Brotherhood
of Teamsters. Local No. 85.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral Thursday, at 2:30
p. m.. from the parlors of Snhr „ Wieboidt,
1383 Valencia street uear Twenty-fifth. Inter
ment Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric
WHEN THE UNDERTAKER
BECOMES NECESSARY
SAVE HALF the Pimeral Expense.
Telephone
JULIUS So G©I_)H:AU
Market TIL Oakland 4043.
Independent of Hie Trust
THE GODEAU FUNERAL SERVICE will
furnish for $75. embalming shroud, silver
mounted, doth covered casket. hear*e and
two carriages aud give personal super
vision.
TRUST* UNDERTAKERS WILL CHARGE
you $75 for the casket alone, and all
their prices are proportionate.
Godean Funeral Service Saves You Half.
Auto ambulance, carriages and aufos for hire;
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
41 Van Ness Aye. 2210 Webster St.
305 Columbus Aye. Phone Oak. 4045
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