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FLATS TO LET
W. WRIGHT & CO.,
REAL ESTATE, Loans AND INSUHANCE.
o w Nβ r s (i v a r a n toed
AGAINST LOSS FROM TENANTS.
FLATS ANii APARTMENTS.
LET US ADVERTISE YOUR VACANCIES.
107.50 to %30, v,. 111" -• ■• 1 from ?."•:.— IiMU-on
Rro«dw«3 beautifully appointed flats of
ever? poiwible coavenieece; newly
tinisiicd in the httest styif usd design; elegant
marine riew; t toom; bedrooas all
iinisln-,1 | n white; hiiil sunny; be»t side of
the street.
I EXINGTON APARTMENTS.
if!.",." Sacramento st. ur. Polk —- »ud 3 room
apartments; heat, hot water, hardwood
ti'-ors. p as ranges, dhapitoariua beds; elegant ma
nue view; reuts and up.
APARTMENT FLAT?.
; ;•. Powell st., bet. Calif orna and
iod 4 room apartment flats. Just
[• ■■ trieity, v pen flre places,
imed ceilings, wall beds; Janitor and parbage
:■■>'. Kent mill up. If yuii are look
; "'Jg £o<m\ tight dow'u town, doa't
0 see tL:b.
FURNISHEH APARTMENTS.
'MS Lark:;i nr. California St.—l room apart
ments, compl tciy furnished: steam heat; ever/
unKiern couvt-uience; rents $00 and up.
fI.ATS.
173 Pubocr ay.: 6 apt. flats, newly renovated
throßjfbont; muilern aud up to date in every
■ • t: rents $".'0 and up.
182.00—WH Fell »t. nr. Pierce; flat. 13 r. and 2 b.;
electricity, grates; city and marine Tiews;
brtrdwewd tKxXn; ticelkut locatiou for
room Ins house.
$~ ,00— us; Filbert st. nr, Hyde: upper 3 r. and
b.: steam beat, hardwood floors; city and
marine views.
$10.01)— Store and 4 r. fiat. KB. cnr. 2."".d and r a li-
Coniia; cement baseoient; electricity: excel
for 'Iruii store or butcher shop.
f 1 •<> -427 Frederick st.; lower, 9 r. and b.;
• . and bo to date: Jusi completed.
132.56-— 808 Irvine st. ur. 10th ay.; upper flat. 5
r. and b.; beamed ceilinsp, open fireplaces.
SoO.OO— 411' Scott nr. Fell; upper flat; yard:
jrratos; new;y renovated throughout. If you
are looking foe a nice, light, hunny flat,
S'-e this
$30.00— 3033 Washington St.: upper, 7 r. and b.;
yard: spates: nowly renot-ated throughout;
electricity; ligbt and sunny
I ;n.n<i-.-i;;4 Pierce nr. Iluigbt; upper. 7 r. and ♦».
rs£S.ijO —340 Carl nr, Willard: upper. 6r. aod b.
127.50—407 Broderick nr. Hayes; upper, 6 r. & b.
$27.30—80 Lanaers st. iir. Market; middle flat, 8
r. H!'<) h.; var<l, eleclllcity. Rratee. _
SO—l24€ Bddy nr. I.aguiia; upper, 6 rrand b.
$3H 50—806 Irving St. rr. inth ay.; middle flat, r>
r. aud b.: teamed ceilings, open fireplaces.
$-7.50— 4044 California ur. 3d ay.: 6 r. and b.
•27.80 Tee 7tb ay. nr. Fulton st.; upper, 6 r. '
aud b.: yard; perfect condition.
JJO.CO- ;. it. m. SHcramento: eunny,
■ >i irht I}, vtiinpletl B.tt. 4 r. and b.; pan
'Uuing room, large closets, yard.
$23.50 —7 :'i Clayton st.: saap; S large r. and b.;
jiorcb nnd yard; b< t. Waller aud Frederick.
130.00 — 28 Lloyd st. nr. Scott; lower. 4 r. and t.;
grates: and tunny throughout.
$> 00 ".-'4 Fell st. nr. Buchanan; lower, 6 r. 1
and b.: yard: hard finish; good view.
IIT.S0 — 386 Lay ay. ur. Webster st.; flat. 4 r.
and b.: yard; grates; up to date.
flj.so—^OC , . Landers st. nr. Market; upper flat, 4
r. aDd b.; yard; Peerlesg boilers, grates.
$14.00 —3771 aotfc st. nr. Dolores; lower flat, 4 r. j
and b.; in good condition.
HOUSES
$00.00—3451 Washington ft. nr Laurel; house,
10 r. and b.; yard: electric heaters.
$30.00— J836 Baker st. nr. Sa'-ramento; 8 r. and
b.: modern and up to date; on key lot; will ;
always be soasy.
$76.00—2123 California st. nr. Buchanan; house, j
TJ r. an'! b.: furnace, electricity.
$60.00 — 2105 Vallejo st. nr. Webster; bouse of 9 !
r. and t>.
$30.00—170 Henry st. nr. 14th; 7 r. and b.; new
ly renovated throughout; modern and up to
dat*- in evesry respect.
$22.30 855 Htti st. nr Noe: flat c r. and b; i
ligbt sad wv»ay; fine neighborhood.
*ia.sO — Harold ay. nr. Bruce st.: cottage of
.'i r. nr.l b.; perfect condition; key next
r Hue
■UES.
1376 SMo ay.: exepiient location;
within talf block of new car toe.
$25.00 —Store, 15x30; Irving st. nr. 9tb ay.; ex
cellent location for fruit market; will be j
j. ji sett tenant; modern.
$23 1 ua - m • Bt. BT. l.yon; ex<H>llent
I.H -■ ; next to old es
- ■ d marker. If you are looking for a
;>aviug ptoiiosition, see this.
APARTMENTS WANTED.
WE HAVE CLIENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER?
tLx rooms iv same bldg., I
- or oiore. east of Divisadero, j
in Western Addition.
' r O LEASE—2I4-32 Ctaj st- 2 story and base !
meet btrtldlny, containing n.-XHI square
f Of i ■ ■ (lass • in.lows; right '
•- hiart of the wbulesab- district; rent reav ,
uoablc.
gk: u'pleti ust of flats.
IPARTMKXTS AND HOUSES.
WE BAVK THEM IN ALL PARTS OP THF
CITY
J W. WRIGHT & CO..
228 Montgomery st. j
I7\ \ F A I.AE'.K LL-T OF T'ESIRABLE FUR- <
NIRHED FIATS IN ALL PARTS OF THE .
II TV: THESE FLATS HAVE ALL BEEN PFK
SONALLV IXSPECTED: SAVE VOURSEUT
1 \ M< 'ESSARY TROCBLE BY i;ET11N(1 DE
TAILED INFORMATION BEFORE LOOKING;
IF ■Sor ARE NOT ACQUAINTED WITH THE
I IT\ I TV ILL SEND A MAN TO SHOW IOC; >
\ ( , i|i\R<.K F'iß MY SERVICES. B. W. .
BLANiHARP JR.. SIS-S2O HEWES BLDG-;
PHONE SUTTER 2596. j
Kt., 457. near 18th nnd Mission park— j
New n< sod bstli Hpsrtroent flat.
HAVES St., TCt'6 —Cory 4 room flat. %'SI; over- !
irokinE tloicien Gate parh; Janitor; on car line. |
FLATS WASTED
11 nM«iiKu
AN\ ONE HAVINH < PCRNI«HED KIAT.
lioTsi: i»U APARTMENT TO RENT I'm; \
TERM OF MONTHS WILL SAVE TIME AND
TROUBLE BY LISTING WIIH ME. i HAVE
• I vr;..:. SI MBER OF CLIENTS WHO ARE j
I-K-SIl RENTING. B. W. BLANCH
M:l> I 818-820 HEWES BLI'G.: PHONE
si TTER -■"••<' ; j
COTTAGES TO LET
FIH\I *m^?
A N:i ;; .". room beose completely furnished, in
cluding plan": ntee t'Ssement: large yard. J.
E. THERIOT. VJ2I 9tii ay.. Sonset.
HOUSES TO LET
FJ RNISHED
H> \ ! \ I.Atl' FUR- j
MSHED HOrSES; RAVE UNNECESSARY
TROUBLE BY" GETTING DETAILED IN
FORMATION Al I HIS OFFICE. H. W.
• .HARP JR Mss-o HEWES BLDG.;
PHONE BUTTER 2996.
HOUSES TO LET
I \» 1 RXISHKD
riME \NI) TROUBLE XV j
1. rriNU MY MSI us UNFURNISHED
i< \N|. FLATS. R W. P.LA.NTHaKI)
. :A»..: PHONE SUTTEn
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
i \? I IIMMIKI)
SEND or ,a?l for oar printed GEO.
w \i .-UN. 1422-1424 Broadway. Oaklavd.
M<»>n; BUILDIKC
ImiN'T pay rent: if you own a lot will build
rottag' kinjg; term* lii>" rent. M;w
ERA BUILDING I SUmlob >t. I
HIV BEAK ESTATE
MIL GETZ A: SONS. Real Estate Dealers.
iL> CUrunicle bulluing.
LOTS ON EASY TERMS.
$800 -<I—Unprecedented offerings In
trmel in tbe Sasset Dietrtet; graded bucks
and streets, sear Goldee park and tbe c»r«. i
Compare with otbvr I l buying. Braucb j
olli't >■• nil 1 11 »t. mill 27tb ay.
$330 md Dp ! for boeW conrenlent to
1 and frooting tin most alira'-tive p:irt of our '
- Hiii! fxc-,111. Bon sed steady i i«<> in
riot., in "Oceaufiide District." '
BraßCb ofti-e H St. and 47tb ay.
$250 to .«."i»T—F.\'eNior llotm-strad. Ocean View !
ami new Ingleni^'
$1,290 to $2,000 — Cboleest graded '•Richmond'
r> • Bne riew of ba>. oceaa *c<l [>ark; 1
bframe* streets anil sideu-alk.s. Brauch ufßce j
jci Fulion st and -i.-t u>.
$2, nor. to $4,000 M 4 1 sttav**; fsaoi loca- I
tloUb and easy i< U
SO! Fuc,
d"S < ,ildi:ig.
HOMES protected by reetrlcUont on both
tetb Hn'l )7tii ays. betwen Clemee< nini Ocan
ternis $t,OOQ rasb, btlaace C per
iind $40 tuoutUly.
ootns.
*«'./KKi —« rooms,
•>ouj*.
i~',;if •')—<; rooms.
$S.MO— 5 ro
$5,200—5 room*.
K. NELSON. BuiW»r. on premi-en.
P.l SINESS ( ORXEft
110,500 Polk si- eerner, 30 Foot let, <'im be ha- f
wk! for $10,000 with ?11 1 <-• - Mini Bats; :
; :iw tecsnt trtt store wbo v> ill p»f $imj j
. reontb, t.-iUe a in year lei ■ snd cive j
'lity; this is * bargnta; o'i a main!
ttnstoe** street i p i tbe dlrectiofl of tl;e fair j
urouiifls.
W. B M.'iKfifiV & iv.. U Moiit S oiiiery t-t.
vTe isu sfli or exchange your property uuywheie.
tLAIII' &. WiLLli. IJOO CaU bidg. •
■ ;. . ' CITr REAL ESTATE ■::■-
J-v - ■"' ■ ' Contlaaed 's'.' H - '"-- " ■
J. W. .WRIGHT & COMPANY. V
auction::: y'■ ' AUCTION!!!
AUCTION!!! ? ' Air! !!!
■ AT OUR "OFFICE - ' V
228 MONTGOMERY ST., MILLS BUILDING.-
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1013,
TUESDAY, 'FEBRUARY U, Ktt*.
AT 12 O'CLOCK.
LAKE ST. CORNER FLATS.
Six elegant flats. northwest corner «th ay. and
Lake St.; tents $3UO per mo.; lot Mx9o ft.; swell
ueighborhood.
MISSION" RESIDENCES.
Two'new bouses, 515-513 ; Clipper st., - 1 block
from Castro st. cars; 7 rms. and bath ea.; to be
sold separately; tenia can-be arranged.,
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RICHMOND DISTRICT LOT NEAR BEACH.
East side of 45th ay. between A and B; street
graded, sewered 'ami macadamized; 20X104.90; ,
very liberal teres, .;
EXCELSIOR HOMESTEAD COTTAGE. j
697 London st,. sortlwaet corner of Italy: 1 \
block from the kClssloo it. cars; i rooms and ,
bath; terms.; ' ]
I
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DOWNTOWN' APARTMENT HOUSE SITE. j
Lot, north e'de :of ; Pino St., 75 fe«t west of 1
I Taylor. .:7.f.\7-'i feet; stone bulk on rear of lot; I
outside of fire limits. :; \-\> j
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MISSION PLATS.
530-59G flipper St.; '! flats of 5 rooms and bath 1
each: rents $100: 1 block to Castro st. cars; lot
33:6x114; $4,000 mortgage can remain.
LOT AT GOLDEN GATE PARK, RICHMOND
DISTRICT. !
Level lot. west fide of !>th ay. between B and |
0 sts.: street work complete; I block from park I
and music stand: 4 car line?, including Gear}- st. 1
road; 25x120 feet. j
WESTERN' ADDITION RESIDENCE. V j
1058 Oak st. near Divisadero; business section;^
bouse could be raised and store put in:' 0 moms, ;
bath and basement flat oT 3 mis.; lot 23x132:G. i
LARGE LOT, CENTRALLY LOCATED. v \
South side of Pacific st., 75 feet west of Hyde: ;
a few steps from the car; key lot; size 62:6 x ;
137:6. - . I
RICHMOND DISTRICT MARINE VIEW FLATS. j
';'J7->;_l'-'>.'!l 44th ay. near A; magnificent ma- ;
rine view, which never can be shut off: 5, '.4 and j
4 room* and bath ea.: % <*an always he kept occu- !
pied; Income -$-"n; notice else of lot. "5x147; ]
I extra liberal terms. . , !
CHANCE FOR A SMALL SPECULATION.
4 lots, southeast corner of Ralston and Sar- ;
pent. In City Land Association: on line of con
templated extension of Market st.; each lot ~"i
7J feet.
FLATS FRONTING GOLDEN GATE PARK. !
2624-48 Fulton. BOrtbweet corner of Parsons, |
between Ktanyan and WiHard: McAllister st. ]
cars pass the property; f> flats of 5 rms. and be ]
each; rents $120; lot 33:<SxlOO; terms, one half j
cash. . _ ". I
REMEMBER THE DAY, HOUR AND PLACE. !
I TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1013,
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1913. |
AT 1? O'CLOCK. '
• \ AT 12 O'CLOCK, ,
AT OUR OFFICE. '-?* MONTGOMERY ST.,
MILLS BUILDING.
AT OUR OFTICH. 2-* MONTGOMERY ST., ''•
MILLS BUILDING. .
J. W. WRIGHT .<: COMPANY.
SUNSET BARGAIN near Parksid* and 2 car
lines: 7'xlOO; $1,500; $200 cash, balance yonr j
own ternjF. •
F. W. IMIS, 614 Mills bids.; Sutter 46.
$2.2."0 COTTAGE—NewIy furnished, 4 rooms «nd j
I bath, electric and gas fixture*, cement side
-1 walk, in Silver ar.. one block from San Bruno
[ it, tar. Yen can bare it on easy terms.' $i<vi 1
c.o, and $2" per month. HOMESTEAD REAL- j
TV CO.. .704 Market St., room 202. : . |
Nit MONEY REQUIRED TO BUILD if you - |
par ing no ■ lot or own a tot; we will build for ;
you, and par u« thf , same as rnnt. ■ D. ITOULE i
j ■.;;" CO.. 860 Market «(.. room 218; hours 12 to 2.
—Bargain: "• room and bath eottagr in the I
! Richmond district, on the car line : easy terms.
I OSCAR HEY MAN ft BROTHER,' INC.. *
! . 742 Market st. "
PICK THIS SNAP TIP— LOTS , 25x120 EACH. i
CLOSE TO PARKSIDB; $600 FOR ROTH
LOTS: McFNERNEY TITLE J. E THERIOT, i
1221 mil A V.. SUNSET DISTRICT. ;
WILL sell on easy , terms, two modern houses. 7
rooms each, und six lots, S-'xlW. • one ' biocfc
from car line. ni!l subdivide. See OWNER,
210 .Toost m.. Siinnyside. 1 . . ■
t OTTAGE. ■'> rooms «nd bath. ' L . Mock from j
Park »nd St.' Ignatius new college. Apply box '
2243. fill office. .' ■-..•-.- ':.-':.'"-. ;. - ~- ' ■ ;
; HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company. Mills j
t.Mg.. Invar* your title: *sve time, save morev !
.. _
OAKLAJTO REAL ESTATE j
Fi'K me a desirable lot la Rocfcrldp* ftlac? , . ]
RSxSo; *4.7"<"». 1.000 cMsii. bslanre en ewri- j
i gage. Address 1208 Btb st.. Oakland, a phone i
Oakland 82Q6. : - :
FOR sale 12 room home, completelj fun. ■■■:.
Tills property is on streetcar Hue and only 2|
blocks to cither S. V. Co. Or Key Rent! ferries, j
For further information call at 1802 *ib *-t.. j
Oakland, or phone Oakland fi2<;«'. - . .
when you have - Something to sell
or want a good buy,
S 54© ■ "Eir(S^lw®y
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE
BIGGEST SNAP IX BERKELEY
This magnificent property is to be KUcriflcrd.
Is in on* of Berkeley's best resMeace section*;
lot 90i1.">. worth $90 front foot; 6 room house.
3SzBO, old but substantial and good; for many
years. Owner must have cash. *n has Instructed
us to ta>ll. regardless of value: $i.«on will take
it J.'.nmi down. See W. P. ANDREWS, 619 Pa
cific \,',<\iz., S. F.. or <rvenines> '1602 Bancroft
way .'(Gal. r.<»n 5t.1.1. Berkeley. ~■•':
Ataßsdtei €©snnitly IPatoMS
IPSs®ime y©w waimtt - ads to ©Mir
WAfW AB ©EIP'T
I ..•'/:. ©dklkiadl II ©S3 .- :•..'.'.',-:
. If A' WARP MAX ESTATE
, HAYWARD - REAL ESTATE -" ■'; '.-'■
Your choice "of lots or sen m . very- enpy
trims, $350 and up. !'-<•. booklet and maps.
11. R. ROBINSON. ; .
General Agent for Lands ..f Meek Estate,
• - ••', risjrward. Cat. . ."" , ''£<■-*
Oakland office 70S Snndicate bldff. Tel. Oak TtSO,
Rlf'lfMOM* REAL ESTATE
BEST ■; bargain 'In Richmond;. 4 1, lots, \- ." corners,
inner harbor,-, property, -close 1 to car line;, will
lake half : what they, arc worth; need the cash."
Box DOW. ail office, Oakland. . :; " .
FOR Richmond iuner harbor bits see uv We are
pioneer*. WENHAM * PAUL. 1128 Broadway.
Oakland; i Richmond office, 14th and , l'otrero
.: ay.. Richmond. ..l;: t : ■;,;:; :.".';-. ■..;'..zi ■■- ■•'..
CORNER, ."71-100, Cutting bonlerord and 11 th
; st.:• a bargain for casti. Box 6075, Call ofn><\
I■: Oakland. ', ' ---- -> •' ; * r- ■ ■'.'
'-:■■■ BEPWOOP ClTY—Bca] Estate _
ELEGANT • HOME SITES, only $l"0 each: Iβ
('.own and $."> [xt month: no intPie-,r. jj, t taxes.
!' Write or ■ cell for : handsome * booklet. '* ". ,
\ :. E. W. MAG RUDER, 423-428 PtMian bldg.,
i 700 Uaxkel st.. 8. I ■ AGENTS WASTED.
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SANTA ( RIZ REAL ESTATE
H(iM|S. . r.-inchi's. ; a«res#e; * f\ciiiin'_-c: ; price list.
UAVIIi 1. WILSON, .Sauta Cruz, Cai. - -
- v, - ■, . ■ - ' .-■-..-■•
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUABY 5, 1913.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
SMALL RANCHES ; , r 5 ,
Very near Oakland and ■ San ; Francisco. ■=* v.
vv On (he new Oakland and Antioch Electric By.
.'. Can will soon .be running direct i from the
Key Route boats to Lafayette, Walnut Creek
ami Osacofd.
Small IlHnches
Near large cities arc tbe
Money Mnkers
§'•-.'■ One or two acres' .
as good ;as 20 located 56 to : 100 miles away. ,
:
What's the use of raising anything and giv
: : ing ail your profits ,to . the railroads lor ' express
companies? . " *
.:.■■■■ Small Ranches
, near San Francisco and Oakland
mean
'a. million people as a- market at your door. * v
Think this over. ■;•■■.■
•:-■:■ Always get land near largo population. ■
". Near electric- and Steam transportation.
With good soil conditions; , ; ,
In ideal climatic and healthful locality; '
With established schools ( . churches, . ; etc., etc.,
where you can srrow anything;
■ Vegetables, fruits, berries, " nuts, - chickens.
, Just what the ever growing population of San
. Francisco, • Oakland, and all : the bay .
. cities must have. ; , . ' . !
Where you can live in the country, = . :■: "
and hare all the city N comforts.
This is land worth while. .' ■ ■'.-■
" ■ In a country worth . while. .'■':■
Call at office or write for particulars. .
R. N. BURGESS CO.,
# 734 Market St.. '
?;' > . ■•.■ • V ■ San ■ Francisco. Cal. .
v Branch office: - 1">:>8 * Broadway. ; Oakland. .>
ISO ACRES AT $00 AN ACRE.
HERE IS A FARMER WHO REALLY WANTS
TO SELL.
This land is located five miles from Pixon. So
laao county, and is 05 miles from Pun Francisco,
on the main line of life Southern Pacific R. R.,
and the . Vallejo and : Sacrament j electric % line
passes through the i property while the Oakland
ami Aiitux , !] line comes mar by. It is surrounded
by fine county road* anil is well fenced and cross
j fenced. The improvements are exceptionally
J good in every respect and include a pood 2 story
I dwelling, 3 large barn*, windmill and tanks and
i numerous other outbuildings. TbU land Is all
lA I alfalfa land and perfectly level. It is in the
heart of ; the ■ alfalfa district. . There are t about
500 acrep now planted to grain. This land i*
adjoined by the large . tracts recently purchased
by a corporation composed |of millionaires, who
• intend making extensive improvements, and this,
with the fact that tin , same quality of soil in the
same vicinity is soling for from $150 to $350
per acre, will : absolutely beyond all | quesqtion
cause this property to double in > value within; a
year. ,> Tbis statement Van easily be | verified and
we guarantee any other statement made by us.
} This is positively the best boy in ■ the state at
I the present time. Call at 555 Monaduock bldg. ;
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED :-:■•■■■■■ _
, MARIN COUNTY HOTEL
' ::'f: -. -V. L ■** ,> FOR ; SALE :.:.-.....■■ ■-.\f ':.:;,, ,-,,
i.. Near railroad station; -'« about : 4 , acres ':.: of
ground; {■•<> , rooms', bar r dining ■' room, ? parlor,
iffice. all ■•> well furnished, outside cottages,
i • stable, ?- chicken houses., • gardens. :■-*-: beautiful
fbade tree*, "le* . bills for hunting, trout
■-'■-■ creeks: if is a -pleasant and restful park •by
itself, s and a good money-making proposition;
: has to be sold at a very reasonable price; see
it at once.' ■■ "~ ' <. ."
-i P.. GT ZZT • CO.. WM»i Montgomery «t. ,-.■
"; !--;■ LTTTLK FARMS PAT! V.v ■
T,»t us tell jon how easily you can get 5
acre*, only 40 minutes . from Oakland: , laDd
- that will grow anything from '; vegetables to
oranges, in the beautiful Mt. - Diatilo country.
! close to stares , , ' school*, churches, I etc. Send
for free • booklet. • ' •
SUBURBAN PA RMS CO., '
1487 Broadway. Oakland. - •
; FRESNO COUNT? LAND. - A y
Fine quarter section and one half section, nr>d*r
■ desert filing; owners will assign them for a rea
sonable compensation: land perfect, soil rich and
deep location west side of valley.*- Address ;•
080. -H. MILL WAR D,
Box 40,".. Fresno, Cal.
fall at 1217 I ft.
!5 - and tO scree j fruit, berry/, nut and ebicken
land; best'of " soil; : plenty water; . steam ! and
(]H<rri.- : railroad: ■• only .45 miles from ": Oakland;
$tiiM> and up: easy terms. C. W. BOWEN,
2.-0 T'h.!nn bM*. , ■'- V ~ ■ " ■ , '
?2.ooO—ißest buy in Sonoma Co. ■< . scree near
Santa Rosa; , chicken ranch: new 4 room
bouse, bam. outbuildings; 35 ; bearing fruit
.trees. SONOMA HUME FINDING CO., room
6W Pacific bids. , • • .- . ; ;,
ORO LoMA~-KeM land and water In San .\ow\\ur
valley: $7."i as acre: 20 acres or more.
i CLARK & REED. 432 Market st.
FINE HOTEL SITE for summer resort. (15,900.
I Address OWNER, box 4148. Call office. .
1, . ....,.■,, ..■,..,... ~ v . .. .... .....;. ~,.^,
I Santa Mara County Real Estate
, AN excellent 5 acre suburban home, on car line,
near, country 'lull, close in to San Jose: spies
did new S room modern house; 4 acres in bear-
I >§ fruit, fine lawn, palms,' etc.; only $$,000;
.terms. ■-■_, .■ • ■". ,- ■ .
1 - CAVA LA & <Jl ILTY. , /
•1 W. Santa Clara St., San Jos:", Cal. {i
SONOMA county laxps
I WRITE J-- W. HORN CO OfPetahHßa for large,
I ;•. free Jlis-t;-of,^Sonoma/; county bargains.-,: ■; ;•:
-
\l\U\l PAD lands
FlT.f- information given how , to make application
for ' !<>i> J seres of limber or orchard? lands in
-. Jackson ■••'nit'.. Oregon, at , (2.50 j per acre. ;
': NIGGLE. WALLACE & C0.,^430 Pacific Mdg.
OBBG6\ TIM BBR CL AIMS
CAN locate a few parties on choice timber claims
• In '* southern ■'. Oregon; '! full ; location fee s not t re
' quired until patent is Issued. : For full partlcu
' l«rs rail at room 741, Hotel Dale, Mason and
: ' Market M.-. "„ .. . .:, ~ ;* ,_ - ; .■
BRITISH COLUMBIA LANDS
BRITISH COLUMBIA government, farm :. and
■ fruit lands: new townsites; coal and timber
V lands; investments. See MANAGER. 812 Mills
, buildiutt. San Francisco, " ;.•;'. ;. -
REAL KSTATK TO KX(HA\GE_
I'ltß ■ ne'e or exchange • fur ■ ctiitHpr-, Oakland or
Berkeley. French m>portod : cuach stallion, also
one Norman stallion. W. p. REAUCHAMP,
. Livermorc. ■ ;'■■ * - r -
|8,00O —Substantial t modern i buildlnj;. 4"« 1 flats, 4
• -;. rooms ' and '-, bath ,each;: : bank ■ niortsrnce - $".000;
:-: will tak" lot* hi Sunset rr Richmond. F. W.
LKIS, 814 '. Mills building, j.-::'r- ..-■-,.- yy:.\-~
WE can exchange < anything 'anywhere. THE W.
.-' H. MACK CO.. , 423 Mouadnook bide.. S. F.. OsL
BUSINESS CHANCES .
FOR sale—Grocery; wood and coal business com
■'j, bitied. wirh a long lease. ; This, is a* snap and
- genuine bargain that is ■;, paying big profits.
"."■ Any one >' that • wtsbei - to'engage iiri:. this ? line
v.ill j receive »'i pickup." , ;. , . Reason » fur ; selling >Is
rm :i secotiat of : sickness, 1 ;, ."physically, f not «t
heart. W. C. MoRAN & CO., agents.l South
1;. rkclej . Cal. ' . '-.■?■•:?.*:'* v-r " - $■■■';' : \yz • -.:;•
GROCERY' and liquor Ptore, well established, up
I; i.i ilate; -.fixtures ;' iarg?j clean stock;; good loca- ;
'■■<'■ tion: average: sales $4,000 pet month; must sell
l-i on, account; of : other business. Fine i chance; for
4 -a:good' grocery man: must i.*> seen to be appre
i-if elated.;-Bos"2loS.*- Call office. - r
POOL tabl.s, electric piano, barber shop, cipar
-' stand: ;: year lease: $1,250 5 property for -palp
-*. if .: "Icslicd, < $1,000; ■- time on r ?2." ( 0; neentg cor
„ % res pond R. E. FORD;: Menrtots. <>1. . 4 : : :
SAI.OOS i;i ft be* Missi..D t district 'i* good corner;
~*~ steady trorle; • fixture.-: L , ; pool \ iiblex; <no Of>po
Mtioti. Tliis ;Is 3 worth f looking * into. 1 ? as owners
j*' li»- other business 10 attend \ to.^Bos 2194, 'all.
$;;i>ii Steady partner wanted; business «st,ib!isb*>d
17 yenr?-: profits $150 a nsonth Iα each; 00 et
\ jterience \ required; light work, ; • 030 Hearst* bid.
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BUSINESS CHANCES
■■' J" ;:*i,, Continued
:-': . ?-:Si B33 MARKET ■ STREET . ''' : I
'>'£■ BUSINESS i OPPORTUNITIES AND ROOMING I
HOUSES. HOTELS APT. HOUSES. LEASES.
: ESTABLISHED FEB. 11. 1575. ,
SALOONS! SALOONS! SALOONS! SALOON'S"!
SALOONS! SALOONS.' SALOONS.' SALOONS!
Saloons— [ - have j several 1 : splendid.;, saloon : ; propo
sitions. .1 can give you terms on some of them. J
SALOON AND 1*? V ROOMS —Near * water front; I
'*'. owner just, died: ; I will remodel these premises; j
J : rent $75 for 2 years and $!K) for ,'i years; price I
; $2,000 cash; must sell to settle estate. ' .
SALOON—JUST OFF MARKET. NORTH; rent i
>: $125; doing } $1,500 month ; business; .0 « years'
■ lease; price $4,300. -.' '.' '•• ~
GROCERY AND 3 LIVING ROOMS; price $1,000: !
"-; rent only $30 month; splendid liquor trade; fine
corner. •. j :* .:/■"' --■■ -_ " '' ■ •"' .'
COUNTRY HOTEL AND BAB) FOR SALE—-10
-; years' g' lease: 3 owner *; retiring; ..- price v $0,000,
'jr. terms; one of the best little bars in the state.
,;? This includes 34 nicely furuisbed rooms. ' : *
SALOON* AND ;22 ROOMS—Rent $1.".:>; 5 years'
7 lease; price ; $2,250 cafcb. ;,,v.-.-•-...: - . . , r
: ; ■* 533 MARKET STREET "n ; ': :
_.. ROOM 201 COMMERCIAL BUILDING. ' *
BEFORE I investing youc herd > earned :. money In
I any business I venture, let lus ; make 1 confidential
]•■> report. f: INDUSTRIAL ; : INFORMATION - BU
■j.. RKAU. 34 Ellis gt.y;.>.'.y:::- - : >;'■ /;:_:
FOR j. sale—Half interest in -hale dressing , par
»;lors. 210 Montgomery ar. v ■ J - : ,. •-- ■■?■.:'''-'
PARTNER in infß.; each make $l.y) mo.; exp.
" unnecessary; price $2."0. ."CC Washington, r. 54.
FOR ; sale—Half ! interest ? in * the ; MARY ' AL ■ hair
'A dressing ; parlors. 210 Columbus ay. : : , >"-»;:
LODGING HOUSESrFORfSALE^
[email protected] A. MTORJCK
I. " S3;. MARKET STREET
THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED . HOTEL 1
BROKER IN SAN FRANCISCO.
SOME GENUINE BARGAINS TniS WEEK
IN . APARTMENT HOUSES, FURNISHED
HOTELS, ROOMING HOUSES AND FLATS.
S3 ROOMS— I have just listed one of the best
and most I elegantly -■ furnished apartment • housps
in : San ;: Francisco; NEW, absolutely =.: modern,
cement and \ steel • buildine; | fire i proof; 10 years'
lease; I can guarantee ! this to clear over $400
per month: a ; delightful place to •, live; with a
good- income; rent only 58 per room: owner re
tiring , : from business;: this 'is ■* positively the
SWELI.EST LITTLE APARTMENT HOUSE In
•San Francisco, : and ;is not listed with any other
broker iv the city; part cash will handle.
; PARTNER WANTED FOR NEW HOTEL, just
opened; partner can ; take the ' management 'of
same at a ; salary of $100 per month and one-bait
of the net profits; tigs ;is a swell little* house,
60 rooms; ■ rent ; $7.50 ; per room; 10 years' lease.
22 ROOM ROOMING HOUSE -Fine transient
location; house always full, never a vacant room
after 10 o'clock -p. ■ iv.; ' clears / $150 per ; month;
rent $00; ;' price $1,000. „■-_,, ,*.;- /:
SC3 MARKET STREET
; ' - ' IXTESTMENTS / ■■:"_';.-" ■" :
: A. E. WHITE COMPANY. .
. Brokers. "'2:', Monadnock building. .
i' Principal dealers in nonlisted sec-uritlee.
' • ■ ;■■■! WE WILL SELL: ;. '
* 200 Mascot Copper . ;............... $2.25
1.000 National Wireless T. & T.:'.. ...V... 11
500 Calamont Copper .'... ". . ;'*Z. 7.'.'.;. ..... .60
1,000 U.S. Bond & Mortgage Co ..;....... . 50
9 50, Western State* Lifeline." Co ..... 12.00
1.000 Tidewater Southern Bj . - .•......". Market
: .» And many others sin: amounts to milt. ;
CHESTER B. ELLIS & CO.. ; ;c
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
714 Market St., ■ - Opposite Call building.
.5 Largest dealers in exclusively; non-ltsf"d securi
ties on the Pacific coast. » Established : 1599.
Money loaned on approved security and realty.
" H A. BO EN IT 7.. BROKER. '-">"".
751-58 Phelan bin**.. San ;Francisco, Cal.. s >*
Buys and sells nil local insurance, rubber, oil,
mining a and '■ industrial 'I, stocks % and bonds; spe
cialty. Mascot. '~,i^e*l ;: *f»»ai«|fii>-' '-1 .;■>. "• ■■• ■*•'<■•■' •
WANTED—Oakland hotel' stock. W. E. LOGAN.
- 17 Baron 1 block;; Oakland. -,J.'.;r : ' . * \:,''. ■. ,
:: .■ ; "' : .'•; : ;' MS ESIAypIMyiNG :
IF you want to Interest yourself In a legitimate
* mining enterprise, call ;on. R. BELDEN, Bel-
I den; Plnnias co . Cal. j Plumas co. is among lead
ing count!, of the state- for quartz and placer.
: :: MOSEY T6 t LOAH ■•'•'/■•■;
AA- NOTICE— WHEN YOU NEED MONET ON
YOUR SALARY. WHY NOT DEAL WITH A
RELIABLE FIRM. J YOUK • BUSINESS; IS
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. RATES CHEAP
EST IN ( ITY. ,:V •.-'- -'~: ■:-"•:;.?■■ ■■ ■ ■■■--.
' ;. "' Mopfhly.Semimonthly.W'kly.
$50.00— Pay beck $12.00 — $6.00 $n.rio
45.00 " " ..". ....10.00*'■-.- : • 8.00 • : - -'.50
:;o.r>o • " " .... '.7.00 :■- B.M -■ -, l.Tti
20.60 " " .... 5.00 2.."<> '•■■■; 1.23
' UNION TRETUT < O. , ,'U;O PHELAN BLDG.
AAA —HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY :
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE,
PIANOS. ETC.: $10 to $200: LOW COST: CON
. FIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARK DEAL.
TALL OB WRITE OR PHONE. 1
357-9 PACIFIC RIJSG.. FOURTH mid MARKET
' : I'HONE 3 DOUGLAS r>26.1. ' .--- - .■'-
OAKLAND office, j ."IS j First National Bank bids:.
MONEY loaned 'on i furniture, pianos and other
f-e.-uHtr; lowest ratps: most favorable terms in
this city; «cc others, then «cc me : snd b.- em> l
vinced; i\i!i ■ (.ave you money; $2.2." weekly I
pays $50 lin. v Phone Mai kef 3029. GEORGE I
i W. MILLER. ',3009 i 10th St.. southwest coiner I
. Mission, room ".".*';'.'- : - ' : "> j
LOANS -to" eals-ifd persons. • WAGE . earners.
TEACHERS, CITY EMPLOYES and OTHERS
with ; FIXED incomes; also . OTHER propo*!-
ions, including | advances jon [ INSURANCE 1 and
WAREHOUSE receipts: rates reasonable; pay
-5 ments easy.- 433 Phelan bltle.; ph. Douglas 3244.
A —TREMAIN, with absolute privacy, any amount I
cat 3 per cent on furniture, pianos, etc., without
removal, payable In x. installments -j or straight
■ loans st lowest rat"s cash., payments reducing
/.: Interest; bo coin miss lons. 53. , . Market -ft.". next
■' Emporium, .rood; 811: phone Douelai 2463. -■;.::
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE :' AND j
■ others ; upon their ; own -■- names; cheap rates;
easy payments; confidential. ." D. H. TOLMAN.
. f>4o Pl.eiau bldg., and rm. f>, 400 13lU e>t.,
. Oakland. ;;V.--'.;y . >■■■;"; t, : -v---- ■-.-:•,■ :•; . ;.■■, . -
LARGE ,or small amounts. 0. ; Ci or 7 per cent,"
fiat or Installments. If you are paying 10 to
I 15 per cent let me change your loan, save you
- 5 ; per ! cent ?of ; your interest. pO. E. r EVANS,
2.'W7 Mission «t. y;??'i>*:-i-".:l-:'' : ;- ■-;■..;■: '/. " : i,\: ;
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO., r - I
: , : Gold and Silver Smiths. . *
• • : .. ■■:• ■:•' 20-35 Kearny st, ■ i
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
CASH advanced j on:, salaries; Ino R«cartty; f lowest
: rates. ■".' 318 '■■. Merchants' - ExchHnge '; building
pboo« Douglas ' 1411, and 50S Call building;
phone Suiter 25;i7. ...■•I;. , '?'."•.'?* r*-V •'■-■.;-.-?-■. <°,
AAA—SALARIED men and women accotnmodatPd
without delay or • publicity. *. Home Credit nad
.■;'■ Investment Co., ,T2l Phelan hide., third floor. :•
OUR plan for advancing money to salaried people
IS DIFFERENT: :isk for printed rate card: it
I 1 tells story.', Dyer BrM., 12 Geary st., room 565.
AAA —Mage earners, either men or women, can
Hi make a loan. in f strictest confidence »t - tbe' i Em
.■{■ : ployes' .j Credit ; Co.. rt'oui 244, .Monadnock \ bids. :
CASH locoed 'to - salaried men on note without I
Indorwr. MORRFLL. 1097 Monadn.->cK Mdg. ' ; ;
WE losn A!,l. aalarfed people: nave money by get
•■ ting our . rate*. 5211 Pbelan bldg.: K*arny 3247.
SALARIED LOANS; otlier propositions. San 'Fran-
i j cUeo Dlsfotint Agamy, -ill Pacific boUdittf. ' ;"
GOLDEN GATE LOAN OFFICE. 110 Kearny st —
Lou r.qtes on Jewelry. W. J. lIFSTHAL. ' ; ,"
LOAN? on AUTOS, I motorcycles > and Z PIANOS !
MEYER BROS.. 114 Siitisome; tel. Kenrny ■".■'.Cμ. j
SALARY LOANS. $8 up; cheapest rates. I). :D. !
v DRAKE. 1)48 Market st.
MONKEY TO LOAN—Rpal Estate
AAAA-— Will loan any amount at ; lowest intercut
■ on • first, ! second I and third ; mortgages;- estates in
; probate undivided interest; deal directly with
lender; no delay. R. McCOLGAN. 502-503 Call
Vf' huildiiiK. corner '3d; and Market: phone Douglas
2.">3.-|. The (Meet established »nd leading liimn
iScisl r agency on tbe Pacific coast. --„ ._■... ;..-,;■
ANY amount on real estate, first or second I mort
gages; no r delay: t very • lowest J mtes: %if your
property '* is mortgaged and you need norv
i , money 'see jus s immediately. O. W. BECKER.
Monailnock bldg.. 681 Market; tel. Douglas 2150.
■■.•' •- ;"■ r.:-"ir*-. DTRECT MONEY ■■->■■'..,"•..■■■■■ ;
; ;:. . NO i COMMISSION CHARGED <
BANK INTEREST— Ist f and V; 2d ;; MORTGAGES.
t ■-•.. LOAN 20 per cent men* than BAND'S.
SHADBURNE CO.. 71-. Monadnock building.
i MONEY WANTED
WANTED -$2..V>0 at 7 per cent; first dUI <■>•
curity of *bu tiding »nd reel estate. flr:*t mort-
M U-HCe,' Apply 0. B. EVANS. 2:>i7 Mission it.'^
' " MONEY ~
Wanted for At security at 7 per ce U t. i
. Box 0110, Call office, Oaklaad. ";j^^™e I
MEETINGS—LEG AL
Tun regular f annual ' meeting of the stockholders
S«of UNION TRUST COMPANY OP SAN FRAN
CISCO will 3bef held at tlie office of the cor
, * itoration. 744 * Market ' st.. v' San » PVancleeo, Calf,
on THURSDAY, the <;th d«y of February. 1913,
at the hour of ":ir> o'clock p. m.. on said day.
;::/fori the purpose ]of electing a j board iof , directors
• '< to serve .{ for the ensuing year, the amendment
* of » its bylaws and * for the f transaction ;of f such
}■; other 1 business; as ,;rosy t come '£ before the meet
: i!i?. ■/■;?, - ; ■ ■/.;.; .V: , -. 11. VAN "Secretary.*;.^
tv [ ANNUAL MEING. "' • . ' '
'• The Regular Annual I Meeting of the I Stockhold
ers of Hie MATRON NAVIGATION COMPANY
trill :I* : held r at ; the ' pfftce ;of Hie Corporation."} 2<>B
J Market st.. room '-. 105. i Sail => Francisco. California.
jon TBCRSDAY, the ; Ijth day of February. 101-T.
at ? the r hour of :2 " o'clock jp. in. on '; said f day. for.
the ; purpose ;of '■_ electing l ' Board sof |; Directors ?, to
serve fee the ensuing year and •, for the ? transac
tion :of * such ' other business »as - may ' come i before
the meeting. -; HARRY B. ■ GREGG. Secretary.
ANNUAI, MEETING. --.•.■"•■". '
::;< The regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of ' the ; Wonder Water Company ■; will Sbe ■; held ?at
be % office of ,*. the :.; Corporation. 268 % Market y st.,
room 106. San ; Francisco. California, on MON
DAY, the 3 10th '. day fof f February, X ion, at the
hour ;of s 1 :';o p. in. on • said I day. ; for the " purpose
of electing .' a • Board ,of • Directors Jto serve for the
ensuing f year, M and J: for «. the transaction *of '■> rort
other business''as; may cnrue before the meeting.
; :; -: ; .. :; HARRY B. GREGG:; Secretary. p
JUEG XI L \y I DJ)FFICI A L _
: : NOTICE TO 5 BONDHOLDERS ; 1. ; :
- : '.. ■ •■-- -of— . . - - -•■
HONOLULU ■ TLA NTATION
, COMPANY
:-.' Notice is • hereby given that •* pursuant to I the
provisions ■of : that certain ; mortgage • dated ■; the
first * day of > MAI . A. D. ' KH)«. which i wan . exe
cuted by I the f HONOLULU PLANTATION COM
PANY to the MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY
of 3 SAN FHANCIHOO, as trustee, those certain
t>m> hundred K100)? of the bonds secured by said ;
mortgage, . and V hereinafter ' designated ■'• by their i
numbers were on the -"'.rd day of i February. 391".
selected, drawn I and designated J for payment ; and ;
redemption ;in the manner provided in said ; mort
gage. Said bonds so selected, drawn and desig
nated I for payment will *be : paid ?at * tbe office of [
the company at . No. 503 Market ; street, room 201
HOOKER & LENT BUILDING, tin , the city ; and '<
county of San Francisco, state •of California, at.
the rate of ; one. thousand (110001 dollars per bond j
and t accrued < interest on the first day of May. ;,
1913. Such ; ! bonds < shall %be y surrendered jto the
company for payment, redemption I and cancella
tion as provided ■In • said , mortgage ' and interest
thereon snail cease from said first day of MAY,
j ins. --- , 'r. -■: ■' >■■■■].'■ ;-: : ~Vf'£.i> %yc:..:-f,-: u :
r',■■. The following are - the . numbers lof -' the ; bonds
so selected, drawn and designated: Numbers 10,
10. 81. 30. 50, ."4, .V>. 72. S4. m, 98,- 111, 112. v
i 126, 132, 135, 149, ins,* 162," ? 163, IST, 198, 804,
! 200, 212 241, ; 245, 247, 2-V,, • 200, 26:?, 265, 271, *
I 275, 2SI, 290, 20C, • 299, ' 300. ' 312. 315, 964, \ ."•"*,
I 341. 046, " 340,; 300, S5l, 36.>, 1 See, ] "70. ; 374,1 880,
:>;, : 382, ; :;.s;t, ' 391,'; 393, 398, "> 402, * 414, 427, • 425, ;
i 431. 4.-.7, 4. r .B, ! 520, 543, .".".7, 577, 5*4, 59.5, CIS,'
! 810, 630, . 660, fißft, : 077. v B*2, 711. 72.">, 732, 741, ;
74.'i, 7(4, 747, " 788, 831, 889, ; 854, i SC2, : S7S, • SBl, >
898. 90!». 941. 960, 078, 979, 9*l:. . " ' .
:■«. Respectful) \\ / • ..: : ; ; : J. A. BUCK. : -
President Honolulu Plantation Co., 603- Market
St., 201 HOOKER ','& LENT 8L.D0., San
■■->- ■*■ Francisco. Cal. ?.- ■ ■' ■ ■■:.-*■■-./. *;.- /■■;.'■
; Dated Feb. 4th. 191". ■;,'•'.'■,■•■ *" v ' '
• NOTICE OF REDEMPTION , .
• ■■• ■■■•-..■-.•i,: OP
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
■ :z-:-: ;■■.; /.; ; t BONDS, . ■-■;. : --; -• ;: -
: ; = Maturing January 1, 1942. ;; ' • >;„ j;;
<> Notice is hereby given ?; that, « pursuant to the
provisions lof the tnortffage j and ; deed of j trust of
the ; Pacific =.- Electric » Railway Company to * th*
Union I Trust * Company of * San i Francisco, dated
March 12. 1902. the Pacific Electric Railway
Company has : para into its sinking fund the sum
of ten thousand dollars j ($10,000), in trust, to be
used to i\: redeem ,■, the ,'; bonds _* issued ; under
said mortgage '. or k deed of trust, and •-% that
bonds '-■ issued under ;. said '4' mortgage -: or deed
of trust •': will be redeemed ;. therewith. 'v Bids
are hereby •- invited -' for :> the -;. surrender :of
*uch I bonds .at prices ;to be | named by : the I bid
ders, and the : lowest ■ bid | shall be ! accepted | and
bonds : redeemed in the " order of their ? presenta
tion tto the [ extent of said '- ten J thousand \ dollars
($10,000) In said : sinking fund. Such bids should
be presented ito , this i company .at i its office, room
224, Pacific ! Electric building, in the city of I Los
Angr-les. state oS California, on or before the 13th
day of February. 1913. at 12 o'clock noon, and
should be indorsed. "Bids for surrender of . Pacific
Electric J Railway Company iR : per cent bonds, dun
January 1, 1942." The board of directors reserves
the right, in Its discretion, to reject any and all
bid? '.which include Ta : premium on tbe par _ value
of the bonds offered. •;.-•?- ■._ :,'■ * :,' ";= ;':!■ ;:;
By order of the board of directors. -"
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY. .
, . By H. A. Culloden. Secretary. I
l> Dated L«ve Angeles. Cal.. January 30, 1913." P Xi A
THIS Is to notify til concerned that L. S. Mor
ris has ; bought from ■-; MM. <A. j Folks '* all the
v furnishings of her flat, at the premises v 1201
Green ; st. •'-< All'• persons hating any claim
• ngainft said ' property, , present same ,at the
office iof B. W. BLANCHARD JR.. 818-820
% lfcn-Ps . hide, on or before ; February 5. 1913. ; 5
CHARLEY HAGGERTX will net ?be i responsible
;;-;-. for any b'H of , Mrs. ; R©se , Haggerty, ; pending
, ■:. divorce proceedings.i'l". , .;- : -.■'= '■■:,;"- •*«'-■'»""-.•■- -TSi v
I AM not responsible for debts contracted by John
c Koran. G. W. GROVE. . ; :-}' ■'■-'. f-\-?i:^:.>:"'-':
-
':, PROPOSALS ; for CHINAWARE—Depot Quar
termaster's Office, ; iieth St. and Cray's Ferry
Road, . Philadelphia. .Tannary 20. f ; 1913.' '-,- Reeled
proposals, in ; triplicate, , will be received here un
til :11 o'clock a. m., February. 2S, = tM3. for fur
nishing Chinaware at either tbe Philadelphia,
St. T Luiis or . San Francisco ": Depots of j this | Corps.
Standard samples can be seen and specifications,
blanks foe proposals ap<l full information will be
furnished iipou application iat J this i office, or of
fices of Depot ■ Quartermaster at ' St. Louis or San
Francisco. » Envelopes containing proposals Ito t be ;
Indorsed f "Proposals i for •» CHINA WARE,* to ' he
opened February 28. 1913." Lieut. Col. Thomas
Cruse, Deprvt Quartermaster. ; -;; * f-. . ' -; -'." •' ~<'
I ~~ I
Classified Directory
! for Ready Reference
ACCOUirrAKTe—CBKTIFIEP PtJB.
JOHN R. RirKSTELL. C. P. A;*"d J floor Ci«ns
Spreekels (Call) building; phoue Keaniy 4101.
ADOPTION : .- :
ADOPTION • wanted for ? baby clil. 1 « month old;
-. country . preferred. Address > box ; 2219. Call. ; ' - t
ARCHITECTS
IK yon contemplate building^ or desire to have a
cfipahle , architect superintend construction of
. building, call or write <>. B. : Evans. 2307 Mis
. sion et. r>ON'T FAY RENT. Will build borae
■ to suit nn : easy terms. Phon* Mission 7"7">.
_ A^SA YBBB 1
GOII> -ni.-h • 'ire; amalgsm ! bought: assays. = 50c.
i - Pioneer Assay office. •-. 346 Market Ft. nr. Suttcr.
ATTORNEYS
ADVICE • FREE—No charge 1 unless ! successful; all
cases; 4 all business < quickly " and £ quietly at
"i.-tended : to; '■■ bankruptcy: general practice. Open
';;" every evening. 1029 , Market , st-T. room ; ; 12. .:
IR. : •• W. KING, attorney,": Grant bldg.. Market and
? 7th. room 320—A1l ; cases: ■ low fees; j nothing to
: R<-!ran-e or. for consultation. Phone Market 912
HARRIS & 11 ESS. attorneys at law: W. T. Hess,
'■:, notary public. . Room : 70.). • Hearst building.
BABY CARRIAGES
A: : FIRST - CLASS v carriage, ',• ■ fully upholstered, j
-,■? with ■ back curtain; half « inch rubber tires, en
. Hmei-,! handles.' for ' tin. .' ■ l'' r r.'s --■' f>. V- s/:
[COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS, 1141 S»tt»r st.'i
BROMIDE SOLAR PRINTS., I
SOLKR PRINTS. IV: bromides. 35e! convening.
r-~ varnishing., fremei -:."oc:.up.'*» CHICAGO COPY
( (i.. JO'ji Golden Gate, ay. - ■
BISINESS J OLLEGES k
_
HEAIJ3'* BUSINESS COLLEGE— School of
"Civil. ■> Electrical. Mining. ; Architectural; day.
i-' evening; established 1863. 425 McAllister rt.
SAN " FRANCISCO : - BUSINESS Cf>LLF,(JE. r »OS
?., Market st. opp. sth—Day and ..;: even inn sessions. .
ALL coivt " reporters 1 rccninmcud GAt LAO HER
*« MARSH 5 Businf * ('<>l!e-,'c. U'."»fi i Market | st.'ftj.;^
BITTOVS AND PLEATING
.STEELE'S Button Wk».. 1*22; Ellis nr. Ma«'»n: ph.
s;S Fninklln .4321 and C4">2l :$ ma il * order* solicited.';
f ATI FO R> IA HERBS
' WEEK free —For $2 we cure catarrh, deafness
iki and i asthma; ', for $."> we ' cure blood : poison with
! South shocking the system. If sick, call for
I suniples. HERB UEMEKV CO.. 387 Minna st.
C ANING
IS. F. COMPREBHBD AIR CLEANING a>.. "97
I f> gutter st.; phone Keariy 58">2 (BLUE , WAGONi
Carpete. nigs quieklj , . thoroughly cleaned on
floor without removal: estimates free. <£■ ,< , „■.
! WHEN you become distrusted with poor work,
I m send your carpets *to I J. SPAULDINO |& i CO.,
i>j| 383 feiiatnn St.: DtXlgtM P!08t. Horn" j: J?347.
I W.— Natie-nal * Carpet Resting 5, Works—Hampton
I & Bailey. 314-348 Church: Mkt. IW. >Tkt. t 190."
W \ TT'S rcltalile cjiiiml ■•leanins; alterji ijom*.
t«nnvatlßg, layinc 4*4 Divisad«ro; ph. Part 569
CATARRH AIB BEATNEBS
EAR noises positively cured; new: antiseptic; 1
; neok- free fc to i convince. OR. COTTTNGHAM,
' esycrt ear, * not-c, throat. 1 821 Market, no." 402.
• •
COySOIPTIOX CURED y^
Consuuiution curable. Living specimens.■ FULL* re
coveries to henltii. 1805 Snt;<-r. SB." cor. Webster
jyv "£v BETECTrVE AGENCY \ . >
LUCAS DETECTITIB AGENCT, 71.T1". Pacific
■;.:•; building — 3l years' experience; all transactions
V- STRICTLY confidential: none but experienced
:'. men employed. Tel. Sutler .>:.. ::;;': ■ -■''.- ; '
SCH.NRIOEB Detective Ageuey, :tiS-lti Orant
bl<lg.; cap. operatives;. Park 1840, night Pk.:;iTtt.
DEXTISTS
ARTIFICIAL TEETH- ■THIS ONE THING <l
DO." DR. G. !•:. WILSON, 323 Geary.. Ml lte 604.
DR. IK A , G. LEEK—AiI , ' kinds -of ■ dental = work.
;;' ."■l7 Fillmore at. near oak. : ■ ; ■':■. i-'^-l-^H-'
S. F. Dog-Cat VS7I miloD near BrenJenek;
.; ; animals treated; board: ambulance. West 5312.
;r; DRESS MAKING ,;' V : -^:■--.:
JIcDOWELL'S pmmaaklag and Millinery School
:.', --Evening classes: patterns cut ito order. - 121
Y : - Geary st. nr. Grant:■ «v.; J tel. Douglas ■ 5731, ; v-;
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. .Id »v. :
w; and East f.'th t-t.. Oakland; tel. Mcrritt I0.">l.
. FURS
E. E. WALLEY, furrier, siiit«. coats, , skirt?: re
"• modeling and repairtng of furs at lowest prices.
1740-4S Fillniore nr. Suiter: Oak'd. 1337 Bwmv.
Al> KOCOLR. 2-J-' 5 Uessdnock bafldln*. Si Mar
•-; Lel st. near :>d—Rcmntieline. repairing, dyeing
■ ■' at f popular prices; % raw j fur*, bought. . ■ '■■ -: - '
WLES BECCT
OLD files reset l.y new process.*'. 713 Clay ■ st.,
.;; Oakland; Bfeeot* Oakland 'Jl7l. A27.M.
jySECTS^EXTERMiyATED
QUICKLY and permanently by tbe INSECTICIDE I
•,- CO., t>s7-0.',0 Phelan 5 bid;. , . :
: / _-.<-. in valid: chairs I
SOLD, rented, exchanged; manufacturer of Eames i
g tricycle ckalr. 1714 , Market St.; tel. Park 2040.
tUMBER FOB SALE
NEW lumber. $10; J shingles, i $1.50; rustic, $10:
> doors. $1.10; ; send lists. , • SWIFT & CO.. I'jtli
•:• and Mission sts. .■;.-.■". , ■ .- ■-.- '■ ,•■
; MATEBMTY HOMES
S. F. LYING-IN HOME. 1191 Oak st—Adoption.
DR. LOUD, : res. pfcj.; coufmt., -$25. Mkt 4409.
patent Attorneys
ARTHUR L. SLF.E. registered patent - atty. and
;- ; : mechanical ,; expert: U. S. and foreign patents \
v solicited: •■ best results '■ obtained in.- shortest '
.time. • 704-7l)o Foxcroft b!uK.. t;S Post st.
DEWEY. STRONG : & CO.- Founded istiO; L. S.
;: i<nd I foreign ff patents; -'inventors' - guide: 1 : 100
:.; mechanical movements free. 014-010 Crocker
! building; San Francisco. : ' ~ .' '
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner II." 8.1 patent office;
. L. S. and I foreign patent-. * 704 Pacific bide. ; C ,
U. 0. SCHUOEDFH. patent, trademark attorney.
417 First National Bank building. . Oakland. •
' PENSIONS C
If. H. SAMMIS. : pension ntty.; pensions, back pay,
i lost army papers secured. ■ 3415 22d. ?nite 2-8.
JPHTSICIWS
▲—SPECIALIST IN , FEMALE COMPLAINTS-
Established in B. f F. for 20 years; ■ sure ~* and
quick results; strict, reliable grad. ; physician:
■Tfno' : detention from «. home or -occupation; -my
methods are original and are not used by other
; , specialist?; ? antiseptic and painless; my offices
."', are so arranged that ~ the utmost, privacy In as
.sured: • consultation • and advice free. -? Room 3,
1025 j MARKET ST. between * 6th ; and 7tb at!.;
'■.. hours 10-4. 0:30 0; , Sunday, ill. . e^.; . ■:.■*,,-,>
A— v SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN v;
When * worried consult this •, leading . special
:i Ist: ; antiseptic end painless treatment: imme
diate results; advice free: private , sanatorium
wli'n required: HOURS 10 to 4. Westbank
r bid?.. .S3O ; Marker, st.v, room CO5. ;
IF worried, consult at OQOC; painless treatment;
.confinement, $23 with nurse. Suite 101 787
Afarket st. '■;;■■■ ; : .■ . r ' • ' ' •:".. iv *"'r
DISEASES men aud women , specialty:, physician,
5. surgeon. pF.NN DRUG Co.. 12a 3d it. :t . .
CAM'ER ; successfully tiv»t».) by direct mejlicirti»g
-:* ; awl X-ray. t CANCER INST.. 703 Van N>ks ay.
DR. - YOUNG CHINESE HERB CO. , ie e tpb. in V.
"' S. IS.S2) cures all diseases. 1844 Sutter st. -'•: ;
PAgrmrg ahb PAPERHANCING
PAINTINC,. tinting, paper hanging: good work.
;' reasonable . prices. J. C. ROMAINE, IC2O Turk
St.; Wert R290. •/■."■*-;.;■. ■..:-;..■'; ; -\\ ; ,
;.-_.;. POSTAGE STAMPS :
STAMPS for coHecMons. albutns, ratakWHes, etc.;
collections bought. E. P. Seer*,bin, 200 Market.
STAMMERING
STAMMER? ■-; Method :of cure explained FREE.
; M. L. HATFIELD, 1»1S Hlrove. Oakland, i x).
STVMMKRING— Cnre guarautei-d : rntm. free; est.
f,: 2.> '-' years. Mrs. M. J. L. Crane. WO Dtfteatfero.
STORAGE AND MOVING VANS _
EXCT'RSION rates •> east, on" ; household good*;
91.727 per 3 hundred rto Chicago: through car
service. ,;- P.KKTNS VAN 'A- , STORAGE. CO.V ,•-: v
WILSON 5 BROS. CO., fireproof storage, , moving, j
;.; packing, shipping. :% Removed to; 1036 : Market
st. near Ilaiglit; phone Part ,271. r "• .
~. ■ *:■■.;■-.■■-• BEKINB. ,■•■ ■• •:v ■■•■ .'■■•'
•» 5 OF COURSE. - - "■:
~ J/ 113*1 Broadway near ; 12th st.. Oakland. ,-
PIKUCK RODOLPH STORAGE CO., 1150 Eddy
St.; phone ; West 828, Horn-' S2S2B. ;'_;'
: ;' t-j:; ; ; ■ ■ JTRUSSES^ '' ; •; ■•.' _ _-"
BROOKS , rupture appliance, an automatic n-ir
: cushion: satisfaction guaranteed. ; Call or write ■
G. 18. j RiciiAßT, . 241- Monad nock* Hdg.. S. f. j
CLARK. GANPION 00.. f exclusive trills, , elastic i
■: hosiery, , braces, etc. ; t lady ;aid.'-,; 110-. - Market.
WgmOW SHADES
ADVANCE window shade factory, pur up at short
notice. GEO. WALCOM ( '>.. 1131-33 Setter at.
J Births, Marriages, Deaths I
Birth, marriage «nd death notices opnt hy mall i
will not be inserted. They must be handed In at ;
either of tbe publication offices and b*> indorsed
with tbe name and residence of persons author- i
lsed to have the came published. Notices re- i
utrlcted simply to the announcement of the event !
•re published once in this column free of charge, j
Marriage Licenses
+ ♦- i
SAX FRA.\ CISCO
Th*» fnllowiig tuarnuge Uccwea were issued .
Tntaday, February 4. 131":
ADAMS—CROW- Chris Adams. 22. 181 Bkrkdet
■ti'ret, and Rutli C?rew, Lβ, 1321 Octarla
street.
BOHN—GRF.GSOX— William F. and
ManiH '_'3. both of Red Kli;ff. ,
CALDERWQOf>—OOCHKANB—John Calderweod.
J7. F.igbteeiu!! aud Margaret < .
Cochrane, 21. 11.1:; Brnoewiek stre-t.
CLIFFORD—DARKEN -Dartd B. i , Mfford. 35,
Sun FraneisKi. and hat" Barroa, 28, 000 Pi>w- j
Pll street.
CRAIGIIEAD— HAURH—Jaajwa I«. Cralgfcead. I
27. Vallejo, and Mary A. llHi:;.-h. 35, South
Vallejo.
CrsTER— TERltll.L i'-nnis s. Caster, 29, and
Stella L. Tertill. '-''i. both of 234 Sixth str<-t. ,
FASSAS—-Ml'l.LEE—Harry .1. Ii sas. 21. |3ga
l.eavenwoitli street, and Gertrude M. Muliee, :
lft. SB4 Union ;-treet.
HAIX.BNBACK—BAOT—Henry G. Ralleebaek.
50, and Fmalene Rady, 38, both of Saeta Crae.
HI'GHES—IARRAR--John H. Il'igb's, 23, 14.1 l |
(Jreen street, and Jessie M. I arrar. 21, 1037
Sacramento street.
MARCULESCU-FI.YNN -Michel I. Mrrcul.-sfu
24, Oakland, and Ruth E. Flynn. in. Berkeley.
MONAHAN—nn.L--«;nis Monahan. M, Sgg
WHEN THE TTNDEHTAKEa
BECOMES NECESSARY
SAVE HALF the Funeral Kxprnsr.
Telephone
JULUS S, €€)©EAU
Markft 711. Oakiii"! t<»}">.
Independent of the Triint
THE GODEAU FUNERAL SERVICE wilt
furnish for $75, embalming: cbrooA,
inoiiDfoiJ. rlotb i-fiv.-vi! rasfcet, brarac an<i
(wo carriafreb and gtn Mir>-r-
TRUST !I 'UNDERTAKERS WILL CHARGE
you $75 fur tbe .-H>k t aIODC, "nil all
tlirir prints «r<- proportionate.
Godeau Funeral Service Saves You Ha'f.
Auto •mbnlaace. rarriagee ami »uti> for hire. i
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
41 Van Ness Aye, 2210 Webster St.
305 Columbus Aye. Fhcme Oa)t. 4045
1
Bareka street, and Ilennie Hill. SS, 1079 York
MOONcV—O"< ONNOR -Hn»h C. MooMT. 51,
444 Tw.-nty ni<:|!i street. :iuJ May K. U lull
nor, l<. 'JSfi Howard stf< t.
NOU.F.K—SOMMER- Omrt-'s V". Noller. ..rt. Sac
..,. and Cevclta I- Boeder. -«. 10 Cort-
Itlllll ilVClil'4-
PAOLETTI- KKMAKTINI-Frank Pugletn. _J.
ami As.-uulu IVmartiui. 22, beta M 1 Abbey
RASiiiK- -FOLEY a Raacbe, 35. mm
f acla \ Foley -T. both of I S !'> Broadway.
RASH.ATXEt'OKK -RADWONOVO -Zaher Kasli
ntoproff. 3t>. and Katie RaUwonoto, •>. both of
813 Rhod- I-hinil -tr>>*.
SCHXETDER — THOM — Frank .1. Sebnebler. ->',
Mini Syi\i;i Thorn. •-••"•. befh ftf Casadere.
SMITH — MURRAY Frank W. Siliitli. L"O, 1:J
Freelon str-'t. ~:i.! .I.jm pUtio Murray, 22, -!^t
Twenty-eisibth street.
SMITU— NOTTINGHAM —Frank C. Smith. 40,
and Mar.r Nottingham, #©. both of 9J7 Golacn
Cute avenue
WARRRN—KELLY -Jena E. Warree, 'Jfi. IHA
T.mgion street, and Alice B, Keiiy, Iβ. 411> A
SeTCfiteeotb btre*>t.
O \KI.AMI
Tin" following narrtuse Uccstea wtt* issued
Tnesday, l> l.nui;-;' *. "!>1';:
CUANDALX—DONNBLLON -Robert V. Crandall,
30, and Utliu Douncllon, 30, botn of San Fran
cimi.
iiij/rr— Rossim nai|i!i a. ntett. •J.i, Oak
land, aud Rtiima K"-siiti. 21, m. Helena.
KRAMKU—KI.VNN—Ma\ Kramer. -'-'. and May
'i. Flynn. IS. both i>f S:in Ptancia* '
RODGERS —Moran- Eugene A. Rodjt*m, 24,
('.ilnia. .i'itl Martini Koran. 21. San Iranclseo.
STEVENSON Si.u>i:n Mm+i eterenaoa, -7.
mill li-tii.l Seiii'T. - _'7. both of Alatnede.
TRUMPF HORAT—RtMioJpu Trumpf. 28. Onk
ia-i-i. hihl Annie Horat, 21, Martlnee.
BIRTHS
MORRIS-- In Oakland, February 4. to tbe.
wife uf Percy r. Morrte, ■ daughter.
MCKri.l. In thii city, .Tmiuary 1. , , to the Trlfe
of George w. Kicktll, a .-on.
ROBINSON- in thin city, January 27, 1013. io
the wii'i' of J. .T. Roblnnao. a Mm.
OBITUARY
JOHN J. BLANCHET, PlONEER— Vancouver.
Wnsh., FA. 4.—John l>. DlancUet. 73 ><-Hrs
"l<i. a resident of Vancouver since IS4*i. taper
.lntend*ot of nil the botldingi of the aUtera ot
the Holy Naraea «t Jeaoa and Mary in tIM
etaU-β of Washington anal Oregon, died here
today, llf wan ;t nephew of Hie late ArcaV
biybop BUuchft of Krogon City and Blsbnp
Blaiiclift of Vancouver, both of whom pan
pioneer prelate*.
NORMAN G. COOPEEMAN, WAR VETERAN -
Oberlin, 0.. Ffb. 4. —-Ci'lou' , ! Norman • I
iTinan. attoruoy of Brooklyn, N. X.. died sud
donly to«lay Ht X\\c home of Uis daughter b«T«
of li'art troeble. For many years ho edited tlie
official nfwstmper of tbe GrajM Army of tbe
Ftf-public in Sturcis. Mich.
TRANC X. NAGEL, CAHDINAL -Vioona, A«a
rrla. Fob. i. — Qurdinal Franc X. Nagcl, ar<h
bishop of Vienna, die<! her*; tcxlay.
FRED L. WATROUS, DESIGNER—St. I'atil.
P'i'li. 4.—Fred L. Watroae, whr> inJ
Imllt the lirbt gasoline lire engloe, died here
todH.r.
"deaths
Andor«on (i'arrl) ; MrNamar,*, starr TT. M
ftrtbor, Frniicps 1... -iMcNamara, Georgr. -8
Fcrgli. Annio X ~- Moller (Cardi
ClaTere, Eugene A.. 2T CBaUeru, J. W...4. ,
I>iion, Delia 511 Parkln>on, Jarnee C. 7t>
Dyaoa, B. C — Prien. J. n. C 6!)
Baxle, t'lara B — Rastnubs<>n. Mariaoc , 'U
Farloy (Card) Rielly, James 88
Fliiin. Sarah A —! Ryan. Richard •"*
.lo>pph .".9 Sanderson. Robert.. •>!
UQttacbtck, Herman. — j Saulter, Alexander. . S".
Krohn. Marßarrthe.. 701 Sratena, Gtusepplna. 4t>
I^nvrenci , . Nora 4t; Walker, Fred (X£
Malosh, Mary A >"i Wafer, Delia -
Manzo. .Arthur 8... ■* Wells, Samnel K. .. . 2"J
Mcy.rs. Iredk. V... 56; Westlake, Belle ...04
McNsmara, George..—j
AHTHTJR—In this city, February 4, I*l3,
Fraii'i-j 1,., dearly beloved daughter of .lumen
L. and Mary J. Arthur, and sister of Geort"!
H. Arthur and Mrs. Klsie M. Lorimer «nd
Mrs. Laura G. Corbett, a native of Massachu
setts.
Funeral and interment strictly private.
Please omit flowers.
BEKGK—In this city. February 4. 1913, at her
]:iio residence, 2812 Laguna street, Anuin
1 li7.H!>eth. beloved wife ot the late Conrad
KevcU :ind devoted mother of Mrs. G. Jin
nines. Mrs. (;. l>. BRrttls. Mm. J. Soelder and
\V"iMiuni, August and Charles Bergk. a native
of l.anggoaz, Germany, aged 72 years and 99
<ln.\~. A member of San Francisco Jraueii
Verein and Dcutscber Frauen,
V'erete, "Rotes Kreuz."
and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral Friday at 10 a. Bi.
from the parlors of Snhr & Wieboldt. IBSS
Valenr-ia street near Twonty-flfth. Intenuent
Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric car from
Twenty-eighth and Valencia streets.
CLAVERE—In this city, February 4, 101.:.
BDgene A., beloved husband of Agnes, terteg
father of Marie A. C'lavere, loving brother of
Ferdinand and Pierre riavere, a native of San
Fraoeteeo, a?ed 27 year*! .10 months.
DIXON- -In t>fa < iry. l>t>ruary 4, l»ir>, ")elia
DhtMii deeriy beioTed mother of Mrs, B.
Jara«a and Nlrs. Annfe Meldren and the lat«
Robert riixon. a native of County Cork, Ire
bit"!, »K p d ."'7 years.
Friends and acquaintances ere respectfully
itvited to nttrnil tbe funeral tomorrow (Thurs
day!. Fi'hni.'irv «. 1913, at 10:30 a. tn.. from
the new funeral parlors of Oreen, Ryan & Don
oboe. '4;1 4"7 ftreet hetwen J-' i r
teenth and Sixteenth streets. Interaient Mount
Olivet cemetery, by earrlege.
DYSON—Tn tt.i? city. IVbruary 2. J9SB, 9>BB
jatniii <'~ beloved busbaud cf Sarah Dyson, a
native of England.
EAKLE—In Berkeley. February 4, 1913, Clara
Barber Karle, daughter ot tbe late Ilalford
and F.lizab«>tb Earle. and slsfr of 1.
and John B. E»rle and Mr.-. A. E. Veek aud
Mrs. Theo. A, Kelsey. a native of Maine.
FI.INN- In tkta <[tv, FebniHi-y 4. UU3, Sarah
A . l>i'loved wife of John W. Fllnn, and loring
mother of Edmund F. Flinn, Mr*. A. H'>nne~
e*y aud Mrs. J. P. Curran, .a native of Ire.
land.
Friends and acquaintanres are respectfully In
vited t.> atteod the funeral tomorrow (Thurs
day) at o'clock fl. m., from her lain
reeidenee, «4y4 I'ost .-treet, corner of Bakei ;
thence to St. Dominic's fhnreh, wbrrn ;i .. |
irnu reqtiletu high mass v.ill bo celebrated for
the rppoaw "f h>r soul, coinineni-lnK at I<>
h. r>. Interment. Holy Cross ccnieicrj. l>y
nntomotiilc.
GOETZ—In this city February 8, 1913, Joseph.
beloTed traatwwl of Bertha Goetz, father ..f
Alice ftoets and rnt) of the late M.rs. Mary
Breitbaupt, ji native of ObJo, aged S,i yeai>.
l rieada r>mi are respectfully
iiiv it"(l u> attend tbe funeral servl'-es today
(Wednesday I, l ebrnary r>. Ht 3 p. m. at the
parlors of «. ' Kehr tc ( 0.. -JOI!* Mission
-1,9. t Bttwcca T\v.Tit.\-Qfih and Twenty-Mxi h.
.lent Mount CHivct cemetery, by aatooHi
bile.
GUTTSCHICK—In tbii city. Februnrv .".. ipi.:,
Herman li. ■ native of Germany.
A member ot tbe Riggers aivi stevedore.-, ,
lllioil.
The fnner.il will t.'k*- jilnce Friday. Fehniarr
7, at !)::!0 a. in., from the parlors of William
(yShaufdH ; - , ' ,, -. 551-5."»5 Valeacij stret
bftv."oi: Sivi ■■■!■.itii and su-venteenth. Interment
Mount Olivet ceaetfT}', by carnai. ,, '.
KROHN-in this city. February :s. i:m.l. at h-r
late residence, 32W Divteadero si;-, t. M;ir
- ■ . dearly WoTed vcife vf Louis Krohn.
and loriac mother of Loota Jr. «nd Henry
Krohu and Mrs. Meta Bftabctdol, aud grund
mctUer of Vhna and Madeline Frumoni ami
Kiiuiund and Hurolil Braebcblßj and Raymond
and Uargaerlte Kroha, a naii-" of Ki'l, <;er
ui.-iuy. need Tii yean 1 tuonth snd I days*.
PHeadi an.i sfqaaiataseM are respectfully
i;r.ite<l to att"n<i th«- funrr.-:! services today
i Wer'ner-dav >. February r>. l>l3, al 1 p m..
at tke parlor* of If. W. Kuhr & Co.. 2:U9 Mis
sion street between Iwenty-Oftli end Tweaty
alxth. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, if
carriaee.
LAWRENCE—In Saerameoto. February 2. l^K , ..
Nora I.atvrenir. adoi)t"d daughter of the late
I!<=.v. S. S. and Mrs. F<MY. llarm>n and sint>r
of C ::. Harmon, Mrs "if..J. Wlcamob, Miss K.
W. Ifarmon. Mrs. flugli McLean and TV. N.
Harmon, axed W \(*nr< a mouths and I*o
Friend-, sn. respect fully invited *o attend thi'
funeral service t'iranrrow Cnmrsday)', Febni
ary ii, km::. H t 2 g. m.. at the heme of Prof.
K. J. n - faa . aft way, Berkeley.
Interment private.
MALOSH -In this <m. I'ebrnar- i, 1011. Marr
A. Miilosh. belo'f'l mother of x \nrt afd Charles
Caetel. Mrs. Belle Reayrely, \\:< h!a Hendei
son and Mrv .1. M.. Mr-.verfeld. a native of
Indlaoa, axed SS year- S months »nd 17 days.
(ypringfteM. 111., papera pl°as*> copy, i
Krionds urc renpectfa'ly iavlted to attend dtm
fnieriil thi- (\\ tdnesi'ay i morning. at 10
o'rlo.-k, from the partora nt \sbley & Me-
MnJ'fn 325 S'»tb avvone Geary anif
Clemeut rtrvetr. Intermest »ypn.-.s I>airi
eemctrry. by antomol
JEANZO- In thla city. Fehriiary 3. 131.'!. Artbnr
Bernard M"nz.r. iv.., r iv bHored son of Toby .1.
a >d Uertnhle Uaueo, torlng brother <>f Loretta.
I. .-lev. Ksiella aud 'JettrU'le Manzo.
and eepbew af Mrs. m. U. Be<JaiU»n. a native
of Berkeley, i al., aged B years 1 month and
VI <',;■>-.
Friends end acquaintances are respectful!j
Invited to sttend th» funeral today t VScdnes
il.vi. Febrnary 5, I'M", at l 30 p. m.. «' t.«
;■■ NkJenre of fh» pare , its, Mason Itreet.
Iriicrment Mo»int Olivet.
MEYERS In this eitv, rebrnary 1. 19J3. Fred.
rv-k Valcntl'ie Meyer-. UMoved hushaad o|
I - .: i baei Meyera, aud stepfather of ff. P. Day,
i imtini'fd on \>xt Paise
C| M£f E RTE3 AJP CBEMATORIES
CEMETEEY ASSN.
[email protected] iKl©w®s IMMkig,
995 ManrSssfc. Sfor©s&
BUTTER 60",. HOME J4187.
i emetery Pbon*. M i'st-m r>34l.
AH imntiD'tti U<t burials or cremation*
made ar city or cemetery. Special mtten
tion giveo to KKMOV T ALS from oM city ceme
teries. Entire cemetery under perpetual car*,
miaraoteed bj our Perpetual Care Fund at
S4OaOOQ.

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