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JL W. WMQHIIF CO. -.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
22R MONTGOMERY ST. (MILLS- BLDG.).
RENTS COLLECTED AND OWNERS ABSO
LUTELY GUARANTEED AGAINST LOSS
FROM TENANTS. FULL CHARGE
TAKEN OF PROPERTY.
LET US ADVERTISE YOUR VACANCIES.
PARTHENON APARTMENTS,
22P9 Sacramento st. corner Buchanan; elegantly
appointed apartments of 5, 6, 10 and 12 room*,
first class In every • respect; "■ janitor service;
steam heat; hot and cold water: all modern con
veniences- rent $05 and up. References required.
LEXINGTON APARTMENTS'-"
1655 Sacramento st. near Polk; 2 and 8 room
apartments;; steam heat, hot water, hardwood
floors, pas ranges, disappearing beds; elegant
marine view; rents $25 and up. : - . V
: 2440 Van Ness; ay. near: Green st.; 2 and S
room apartments: steam heat, hardwood floors,
elevator; modern and up to date In every respect.
Rents $25 and up.
BELLMORE APARTMENTS.
1440 Sacramento st. Dear Hyde; under new
management; newly renovated, throughout; mod
ern 2 and-3 room apartments; rents $25 and up.
Open for inspection. -
FURNISHED FLATS
165.00—1280 Lake st. near Clay : 7 r. and b.. ele- j
gantly furnished; will lease for one year or j
loss to right party. \
547.50— California st. near Baker; furnished <
house, 9r. and b.: yard; electricity; grates.
,• FLATS •■■■■ :■ .. -, , :.'■•"' -
173 Irnbo.ee ay.; apartment flats, newly reno
vated throughout; modern and up to date
In every respect; rents $20 and up.
M7.«#—iBS3 Sacramento st. near Divisadero; up
per, 7 r. and b.; electric grates; modern in
every respect.
*45.00—1450 Washington st. near Leavenworth;
apartment No. 6: 5 r. and b.: yard; elec- j
tricity; grates; steam heat: hot water: AI. j
$35.00—1326 Fulton st. near Divisadero; beautiful
light fiat of 9 large r. and b.
$32.50—1416 Broadway ur. Polk M.: modern 3
rm. apt., steam heat, hot water and
' hardwood Boors. :
$32.50—127 Belvedere §t. near Waller: upper, 11
r. and b.; 4 large rooms in attic; yard.
$32.50—4318 California st. near 6th ay.; upper
fiat of 6 rooms and b.; electricity; grates.
30.00—1410 Broadway, apartment No. 2: 8 r. and
b.: modern; np to date In every respect.
$30.00—3126 Clay st. near Baker: 6 sunny room*
And bath: electricity and grates.
$30.00—2727 Pine et. near Broderick; lower. 6 r.
and b.; large and sunny rooms; yard;
grates; Al; large and newly renovated.
$30.00—1333 Sacramento st. corner Le Roy place;
lower flat of 5 r. and b.; grates; Al; new
ly renovated.
$30.00—1943 Eddy st. near Divlsadero: lower, 8
r. and b.; electricity: modern and sunny.
130.00—442 Scott st. near Fell: upper flat; yard;
grates;; newly renovated throughout; sunny.
$30.00—234 Pierce* nr. Height: upper, 7 r. and b.
130.001471 Waller st. near Ashbary; middle, •
" r. and b.; yard; electricity; grates: Al.
$28.80 McAllister st.: lower, 5 r. and b.;
modern and up to date. -
$25.00—059 Howard st. nr. sth; upper; 4 r. and
b.; yard; Al.
$25.00—1546 Larkin st. near Pacific ay.; middle,
3 r. and b.; yard; electricity: grates; Al.
$25.00—1265 A Lombard st. near Polk; upper, •■> r. '
and b.; elegant city and marine view. Will j
be renovated to suit tenant.
$23 80—2456 Poll; St.. apartment 10; 2 r. and b.;
yard: electricity; steam heat; hot water;
wall bed: hardwood floors.
$25.00—646 11th ay.; upper, 5 r. and b.: newly
renovated throughout. Up to date in every
respect. .
$22.50— 26th st. aear Kolsom; upper, 5 r.
aDd h.: yard: electricity; grates.
$22.50— Valencia st. near 26th; 6 r. and
b.: modern flat- light and sunny.
$21.00—1442 Valencia st. near 26th; lower, 3 r.
and b.: yard: electricity: crates.
$18.00 2538 McAllister st. near Stanyan; upper,
I r. and b.: grates; Al.
$13.50—50 C Lenders st. near Market: upper flat,
4 r. and b.: yard- Peerless boilers; grates.
$14.00—3774 20th at. near Dolores; lower flat of
4r. and b.: in good condition.
FURNISHED HOUSES
$250.00—Clay st. near Spruce: elegantly furnished
residence of 11 r. and 2 baths; hardwood 1
floors throughout: large garden and lawn. ;
$100.00—1620 Bush st.; lower fiat of 9 r. and b.. !
completely furnished; modem and up to
date.
SlW.oo—3S2O Jackson st. iir. Cherry; lower: 9
r. and l>.. and 2 1. downstairs; yard:
«"le«\: grates: furnace; piano; Al: modern
and up to date in every respect; com
pletely furnished.
HOUSES
$7r>.oo—run inth ay. : house of 10 rooms. Just
completed; coal and gas grates; hardwood j
floors throughout.
M 5.00— ir.o7 Golden Gate ay. near Steiner st.; '
housp of 9 r. and b.: yard; electricity.
f"0.00—170 Henry st. near 14th; 7 r. and b.;
newly renovated throughout: modern and
up tn date in every respect.
* f-5.00—493 Diamond st. near 21st; cottage of 6 \
r. and b.; yard: electricity; urates; AL
STORES
$75.00—1"«70 Union st. near Octavla; yard: elec; i
pinto glass and marble front; 18x60: Al.
124 Main it. near Mission; fine, light , loft,
upper; contains 4.400 square feet; elevator;
rent reasonable.
1007 Putter st. corner Larkin: store, 30x50 feet,
with basement 20x10 feet : excellent, loca
tion for high class tailoring establishment;
rent reasonable. .
f30.00—1465A Valencia st. near 26tb: store and
3 living rooms: futures complete; front
and rear entrances.
$23.00^—Store on the southwest corner of Scott
and Eddy eta.; excellent location for drug j
store; will be altered to suit tenant.
GET OUR, COMPLETE LIST OF FLATS
APARTMENTS AND HOUSES.
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL PARTS OF THE i
cm
J. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
328 Montgomery at.
HOME BCILDIUG
DON'T PAY RENT. If you own a lot will build '■
cottage to your liking: terms like rent. NKW
ERA BUILDING COMPANY. 3289 Mission *c j
.' i ■
CITY REAL ESTATE
!M£fKM(S» "MEIiCJMTrS~
fltfi «nd 10th ays. between
Anza {A) and, Balboa (B) sts.
We have two high grade
houses for sale on easy terms.
fi royuis, $
j
If one won't su'it V you ihe other
uiie will. Go and see them.
UWMMM REALTY EM
-903 Phelan building.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. "
2 splendid almost new buildings, 3 flats each,
.". rooms and bath, at a sacrifice in Mission, warm
licit; own<r must sacrifice; will exchange for va
cant lot for part payment; mortgage can remain
if desired. Telephone. Mission SOO4 between 8
and 10 a. m.
53.750 —3C7 Bill Bt. nr. Sanchez; new cottage, 5
rooms and bath; lot 25:5%x114; $500 down
and $I*o per month, including interest. . See
owner at shoe store. 9R3 Valencia st. or E. M.
Ixing. agent, Anglo bldg., N. W. cor. 10th and
Mission ata.; lei. Market 2937.
,-'■ HOUSES FOR SALH. ; : ■ -"■
A bargain In the Reis tract; 6 rooms and 2
lots, at 320 Raymond at.; $1,500; one-third cash,
balance on easy monthly payments, or $1,450 for
all cash. Telephone Mission 2135. G. W. OWEN.
$s©© CASH
NEW HOUSES of 4 rooms, bath and large
pantry; porch; wall bed; mission finish. Pay
$15 a month on your own home. CONTRACTOR,
box 3015. Call Office.
52.800—319 Hill st. nr. Church: 2 flats, 4 rooms
and bath each: terms $.".00 down. $30 per
month, including interest. E. M. LONG. N. W.
<*or. 16th and Mission sts., Anglo bank, 2d
floor; tel. Marker 2937.
SACRIFICE—MUST BE SOLD. ~"
• Four elegant flats, always rented: double front
«?e lot: only $500 cash required; might exchange.
Owner on premises. 2365 Pine st. near Fillmore.
nr phone West 6217.
~ ARTISTIC HOMES.
21«t ay. Irt-t. Clement and Geary—6. 7 room
residence* atK3ut completed; easy terms. ECK
j:rt co.
COTTAGES in the Mission; $100 cash. $20 per
month. K. ANDERSON. 317 Hearst hMg. '■
C-C-7 ROOM houses for sale on terms; 17th and
A sts. J. ANDERSON, builder.
HAVE Standard Title Imur»we Company. Mills
bid;.'., Insure your title; save time, save money.
FOB Fair, (.•heap— 7 room Donee and bath; yard.
t'.M", 24th st. or call at 1207 Lane at. South.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR, UOfl VALENCIA ST. ,
FomrucA
LOCATED on electric line between Riverside and
Los Angeles; : write for handsome 3 Illustrated
booklet on orange and lemon growing to EARL
BREHME, 1031-37 Phelan building. S. V.;
phone Sutter 4299. , : ' -.-' .[-.,■ : ; -: : -'
TOERAyCE
CALIFORNIA'S MODERN INDUSTRIAL CITY,
located on steam and electric railroads • be
tween Los Angeles and its harbor. For Infor
mation relative to business opportunities, real
• state Investments and factory Bite*, write
KARL BREHME, 1031-37 Phelan building,
Phone Sutter 423t>.
IHKIOATED LANDS _
IRRIGATED LANDS—S, 10 and 20 acre tracts;
all under ditch and ready for planting; only
40 miles from San Francisco; some ;. of -i the
■at land in the state; perpetual water right;
no crop failure, as you have the water as you
want it" a few acres h will make , you inde
pendent in a few years; small payment down,
balance at , 6 per cent interest; city property
end equities taken as part payment. , Call at
• our office and we will gladly furnish you all
Information and make nrrangement to have
you view the proper*. , V. AMBROSE it CO.,
8250 Mission':st.': near ; »**• „..';
CITY REAL ESTATE j
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* * REAL ESTATE AND- INSURANCE.
228 ! MONTGOMERY ST. y-, (MILLS BOILDIKG).
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
;, Vi -.-:.,;-;.-;■ NEXT • AUCTION. ' . T "_ :
BUSINESS BARGAINS
$35,000 —Store ami 11 elegant apts. , of -2 and-8
iyrme.': and ba. ea.: rents $415 per mo.; |
new;*- only two *\blocks from .'Fairmont |
hotel; "corner; lot 30x»4. ' '
DOWNTOWN BARGAINS j
$22,000— 60 feet front; on Turk st. east. of |
Van Ness ay.; this is positively the cheap- ]
est lot in the district. ]
; FIVE FLATS i
$12.000—Clayton st. near park panhandle: 5 flat* \
- of 4 and 5 rms. aud ba. ea.: extra wide ]
-~: -■ lot ■■- ,-.r. - \ ■- - ■
Magnificent marine view |
$12,000—1/ot 30x137:6; i- close to Broadway ■ and i
Fillmore; most beautiful marine view in |
'San Francisco. ■■ »
.STORE AND ROOMING HOUSE .
$11,000—Store 'with 5 mis. In rear and rooming.!
house of 23 rras.; lot 25x16.1 through to a ;
~ rear street; only partially: improved; Fol- \
som si., close in. :
- LANGTOX ST. '•'.
, —Rents $99. per month: six " room apart- j
ment*, modern ; and ■up to date. ■ Would ;
consider exchange for vacant property..
DOWNTOWN FLATS
$8,000 -Two flats of 4 and 5 rote, and ba. ea.: :
. .rents $05. per mo.; close to Hyde and
Broadway. ■- --''.' |
DOWN TOWN : ,
$S,OO0 —Large lot, close to Pacific ;
and Powell etf.: corner of a small street.
NEAR 9TH AND fOLSOM
—Four 3 rm. flats; hardwood floors,
beamed ceilings, etc.; always rented; t
lot 25x75.
- MUST BE SOLD \
$6,250— ay., Richmond district: two fiats ,
. ■: of 4 and 5 rms. and ba. ea.; price reduced ,
from. $7,000; make offerr
SEVEN ROOM RES. .
$6,2so—Near Pierce and Union: owner anxious
to sell; lot 25x137:6; mortgage of $3,000
a 1 T.u per cent per annum can remain. '
86,000—Near 2"d and , Lake; residence of <>
room* and bath; new: choice residence :
. location. "--,-. C i
RESIDENCE NEAR LAKE ST. AND 25TH AY. :
$3,500— room and bath; garage, etc.; located
on best slue of street: good marine view;
very easy terms. •
BIX ROOM COTTAGE
$s,soo—Hartford St.: very attractive home: lot
26x110; this is in an unusually pretty
Mock. .----■ :■,■ ' ' -." .« ..::. ---.'■ j
bargains: bargains: \
$4,750—Tw0 flats of 4 and 5 rooms and ba. ea.: ;
if renovated and put in - shape, could be ;
sold! at a handsome profit: near Fell and
.■ ■ Goueh. , -'' ■- -'"■•■ : •' "" ' " - !
NEAR CASTEO AND FOURTEENTH |
$4,750 —Two large flats of 6 and 7 rms. and j
ba. ea.: lot 26x100 ft.: rents $4S per mo. i
rOLSOBf ST. LOT
$4,500 Let 25x85; level and ready to build on; j
■ ■■'.. close to 6th st. ■
WORTH $5,000
$4,500 —Fifty feet frontage on Anza St., close ]
to Eighth ay.; bargain: full depth. I
BARGAIN HOME
$4,250—C0zy 7 room residence, close to 14th and |
Castro sts.; good surroundings: house un- j
usually well constructed; lot 2(5x115; see
■ this. - .-. ■ ■ - . ■ ■ ;
SIX ROOM COTTAGE
$30 cash, balance- $30 per, 1110.. including ;
int.: 8 room cottage iir. 10th and Lower
terrace; full purchase price $4,250.
MAKE OFFER
$4.100 —Owner very anxious to sell; lot 27:6 x
137:6; Union Rt.. close to fair grounds.
SUNSET CORNER .
$4,000 —Make offer; excellent corner: 32:0x100
: ft.; close to Tenth ay. and Irving st.
' Owner anxious to soil. ~
EASY TERMS
$3,500 —Very easy terms can be arranged; 5
■ room residence; near !2th hv. and M st.;
nrant be sold
NEAR BRYANT AND 4TH STS.
$C,200 -lA»m than $100 per - front foot for lot
40xS0 feet in the heart of the city.
BARGAIN! bargain:
$3,loo—Two Bate of 4 rooms ;and b«th each:
close to Dolores; can be made to pay 10
per cent net; lot 27:1x114; be sure and
see tale. .
WILL EXCHANGE *
$3,CKK> —0 room , cottage; in Corbet! at.;
bituminlied street; In first dan shape;
will exchange for 2 flats and pay a '-ash
difference. .
YORK ST.
$2,750 — flats of 4 and 5 rra« pa.; lot Ml ;
' 100 ft. ,
BLAKE ST. j
|2,700 —Five room cottage; lot 25x116. Must
be sold.
RICHMOND LOT
$2.4ivi Near I6th ay. and Clement St.; 25x120.
Convenient to cars. • -i
$2.loo—Lot on 10th. ar. near X: all'street work
■- ---don".-- --.-.'--:.; .: ■- ,-.- :• .;.- . - ...
$500 cash, balance on easy term*; 5 rm. cot- :
tuge in Liberty St.; full purchase price .
$2,000: bargain.
. . two room COTTAGE
$1,550—-Close to 40th ay. and Geary: street ]
work done; ewild be put la first class
shap» at very low cost. • "
NEAR 36TH AY. and B ST.
$1,500 each—Two lota. 35x90 feet each; there
is a turn in these; easy-terms. *..;»-''**«■
TILDEN ST. ,
$1,500 each —Two lots, 35x90 fe<»t" each; noth-]
ins; offered in neighborhood at a similar i
figure.
19TH AY.
$I,4oo—Cheapest lot i* the avenue: bituminized
street; 25x98; easy terms; Richmond dis
trict. .
3 W. WRIGHT & CO.,
22S M ■■:;igi'inery st.
COUHTBT RBAX ESTATE
a OTusi sacrShce—
DTO ACRES
AT A IBA^GADN
Located one mile from thriving town in Men
doclno county, with both rail and water trans
portation. Is all perfectly level and rich, dark
loam soil: house; barn and other, outbuildings;
{rood, family orchard, etc.. etc., | are included.
Has 2 living springs ' and . running | stream for
water supply, and also has a railway atatlM
right, on the place. THIS IS POSITIVELY ;
THE BEST BUY IN THE BEST SECTION,OF j
THE STATE and investigation will prove it. i
Price $3,500. Call or address 555 Monad nock
building. '•;'. ■':"-,.-'i...'-■'-■■;'-.'
JUST ONE OR TWO ACRES
with
Your garden, a few chicken*,
a cow, and close to the city.
On the Electric Railway
is worth ..■■■.■■•
A Little Time Night »nd Morning,
for it means
Two-thirds Your Living
-- -' ' '■' ,L '' -' ''' -' ' and -- - ' ■'' ■■ v
Rent Free.
Terms Are Very Easy..
1. W O ISUI€ESSC®M[PAKY
734 • Market at., San Francisco.
BRANCH OFFICES:
1588 Broadway, Oakland.
Walnut Creek. Concord. -
FREE— FREE— FREE
Send or call at once for my FREE FRUIT
BOOK, telling all about orchard raising 00 my
choice H and 10 acre fruit ranches; in ~the
famous VACAVILLE section. Sola no county. j
Only $590 for a 5 acre ranch (whole price), and
on terms of $59 cash and $5 a month until paid.
NEVER-Miss IT terms. Plant out, an orchard
in PROVEN land close to S. F. and buy; from
the owner. ! Don't pay an agent Inflated t prices. |
Apply CHAS. L. PADDON. 36 Montgomery at.,
S. F.. room 138. .
10 ACRES. BANNER RANCH: $fiOO; all deep,
rich leaf mold: capable <■ producing $2,000 to
$3,000; 40 inch rainfall; altitude 2,500; delight
ful climate;: excellent ■« for - fruit, vegetables,
poultry, etc.: near 2 good towns, 10,000 popu
lation, $1V.00.000 payroll; R.R., electric line,
good schoiis. churches, hotels, resorts, etc.: $50
cash. $5 month; map. soil. PAUL ROSSIER.
owner, 613 Market at.
U. S..G©VI^M3RSE^T
Irrigation Project The Only Tiling Of Its Kind
In California. Best Land From $50 To $85 An
Acre. Soil Will Grow Alfalfa And Everything.
825-627 Monadnock Building. S. F. r :■".'■
$375 down and 6 years' time for 17 acres alfalfa
land valued at 53,000;:; free water; \-< 'mile
from : thriving town on S. 'P. K. tR.- in Sacra-
I mento county; finest "alfalfa, land in Califor
nia: owner leaving state.'*; Box 57, > Call of flee.
10ACIRES"$II3'A,Effl@NTrM
'Choicest alfalfa and fruit land near Stockton.
Send for booklet. 'Your Fortune: Assured." . A.
B. WEINERT. 1673 Market st., San Francisco.
FOR. sale—3 1-3 acres of the richest bottom land
in . California; . 200 : yards from f: postof;.: 800
• feet frontage en county road; only 60 minutes
from San Francisco : electric ■! railroad; ::■ name
* your wvn terms. ; Box : CO. Call office.
FOR sale—lo acres of | rich, rolling, ■ wooded land
overlooking the j famously [ fertile Mount., Diablo
valley; has one of* the moat magnificent views
in California; covered with those beautiful live
'oaks; , right close In to Lafayette; '. 30 minutes
I from Oakland I- on ■ the .' Oakland "; and ? Antioch
electric 1 railroad: cheap for . Immediate sale.
f Box 68, - Call Office. * ~'
FOR sale — ?i beautiful i country homeelte; -' 1 'i'
;: acres; mostly : bottom land, with < building ■ site
. overlooking the; fertile! Happy; valley; close !to
town of r, Lafayette; ?on the Oakland * and fAn
■ tiocli electric railroad; ': will grow wonderful
crept of -walnuts, almonds,;:pears,';peaches and
: vegetables: ( no Irrigation ) necessary; { plenty | of.
:i water; will ! sell on easy; terms." -, Box ;67,; Call.
FOR sale—ls a. chicken j ranch, $2,500; chickens.
horses:a nd pens; plenty fruit and berries; f half
;' cash;: or will; exchange for 8. F. income up to
SO.COO. balance cash or mortgage. V. 0, box
*.<2SS. Petahißia.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JULY 12 1913;
COUKTBT HEAL ESTATE
—I,--.- •■''- Continued
SIPECIIAL XXGUIRSOON
SUNDAY, JULY H3
• T<S> §@251@ffi&81 VSsttffi
The most beautiful • spot lln £ the Sonoma £ valley;
We i are ; offering i you j exclusivei villa 3sites3 from
$105 and up; $23 down,: $5 per month; within
throe minutes' walk of the famous J Boyes Hot
Springer > Full J bearing ;'fruit trees *; and *;■ grape
vines; (traded and graveled streets:'electric lights
and 'telephones; water piped to each lot.
J@sp ttfla© ■R'SLcmmm■ '.Sisp(d!siy,
?; Investigate .for? yourself. You; can £ not afford
to ; miss „ the > great ;' opportunity i of • owning ,: your
own * country > home, where - nature i has t done Jso
much. J for i your « comfort. J Where .-* you f, have S the
wonderful health giving benefits of *Boyes springs.
Excnnires©iin Leaves Ssinossoilto
W&nry §wftssiy M®3riniiinig
Aft9sßs
, Round trip. < Including;, lunch under the big
oaks. $1. Tickets on tale < only at ; our office, 26
Montgomery st, room 208. Tel. ; Sutter 787.
SOMOMA VISTA LAND
COMPANY -
HARVEY' M. TOY, President.
H. L. BARTI.ETT. Sales Manager. ;
RANCHES. PENINSULA — NEAR STANFORD
LOS ALTOS; largest: list; best bargains:- See
„ uk; yon won't "regret; villa homes: exchange.
:_:'-■ HEBARD. 615 Pacific Mdg.. S. F., or May field,
<}al. Open*all holidays;and Sunday.
_'."> ACRES, nearly ! all j plow viand; 1 4 room ; unfin
■ ished , house; ~ spring, ■= creek: •; good r road: il%
mile* from station: $2,000. t half cash. (ADAMS
A DAVID. SURVEYORS, 325 Bush st. v ■
PRETTY* little country : home. $195; $25 down;
0 fruit;trees; aloqg; Sonoma creek; • near El Ye
rano; must sell. .-„- Apply .box 94; Call office.
SONOMA county farms,:small or large,; improved
and unimproved: good terms. DE ARMON'D
BEARD LAND C 0..; 681 Market, room 805, S.V.
CONTRA COSTA county real estate ; for sal*.
Send for lint. P. .1. WEST. Martinet. Cal.
jOAKLAXp HEAL ESTATE
NEW : BUNGALOWS—SI,OOO cash buys the most
. modern," convenient; bungalow •in 5 California;) 5
rooms. den ; with -. writing .desk ; and bookcase;
nice sleeping porch, mirror doors ,lu\ cloth**
closets, hardwood floors. :7 : ft.'.- buffet. , : window
peats m dining; room, olm panels; - 2>... ft. base
In den, hall and living room; 9. ft. kitchen
r cabinet: with .fruit -lockers.;, ventilators;,; in
kitchen, driveway; 1; block * east--*of Telegraph
. :iv. cars; 434 44tl> St.: Piedmont Key Route to
40th and Telegraph; m. ;■ Also Bice, modern. 5
room bungalow. 352 T>oth St..;'about 3'i blocks
fast of Telegraph ay.; < $300 cash, balance $30
per month; Clareniont Key Route to ,V.th and
Teles"' l ! , li ,ay. • ,li '-. you mean - business, come
direct to me; the prices will bp right; appoint
ments made. (HAS. MeARTHUR, owner ami
builder, 392 ? Hist St., .'! blocks east; of Tele
grapU ay.: Clarcmont Key Route to 55th and
Telegraph; ay.; phone Piedmont 8828,
Modern 3 room eottag>: lot 25x100; small cash
payment; 45ih st. near Telegraph ay.
$112,®®®
AsmrtMi®mh IHtes© Sntt©
Telegraph ay. cor. 85*127; restricted neigh
borhood; 1 block from Elswortb electric local;
good car . service. W. K. PF.RCIVAL. owner,
room>3l6,* ; First Nsi'l Bank bid?.;. phones Oak
land 720 and Piedmont 5720.
j THREE lots, each 25zUO; good place for chick
ens; cement walks, sewers|ln: cheap' for cash
or on term*: 9 room house; half block to car
lire; yard full of flowers and small fruit; bar
gain. OWNER; ITM 35th ay.. Oakland.
BARGAIN—NearIy new, 7 room home. 2410 B.
2Cth >,'... Oakland. -■-.-.■ v-."'-;^-'■
HAY W A iTI) HEAL EBT AT E
THE HAYWARD FARM TRACT. CONTAIN
ING OVER 2,400 ACRES. ADJOINING THE
CITY OF HA WARD, WILL BE PUT ON THE
MARKET IN TRACTS OF FROM ONE TO
FIFTY ACRES' ON AUGUST 30. IT WILL PAY
YOU TO SEE THIS PROPERTY BEFORE
BUYING; ELSEWHERE, FOB THE FOLLOW
ING REASONS:
Because: Hey ward is the Italy of California.
Because:' Ilayward ;is located <in : one :of * the
:■ most' beautiful sections of California.
J Because: The soil la a rich sandyvloatn.;
I Because: ,, There Is no alkalatsoil or salt water.
Because: There Ms no adobe soil.
Because:;'. The interest on deferred payments Is
only, .'> : per cent' ■
Because: ",; The transportation facilities I are un
i equaled.; . : ; -
Because: The Southern Pacific and Western
.Pacific main line's:- run through Hay
ward, , now in oho hour from San
- >*....,. Y-. Francisco. : ' :. ■■ .. : ; ,',.-■ .->'.-
With the extension of the Key Route
and; Southern Pacific electric lines,
the time from Hayward to Oakland
will, be .reduced to, 30 .; minutes, , - and
San Francisco to 50 minutes.
©©saias© - -
The Oakland Tract inn company's elec
tric cars run to Hayward now.
.■/•lSecsusnss;'
A soil report wilt be given free, which
■. I bclipTo will be one of the best la
s the state. ;
SecwsßW
Pure water win ■" be piped to each
. tract. - ...- _ ",:.. ■■ ; ■ ,
. !B@caTi3§© * • '
. liny ward has one of the x best s boule
vards in the state, which is to be
continued through; this tract.
lß©esiiSs3
. ; The educational facilities rank with
, the best in the state, the upw Union
high Kbe being erected now at a
cost of about 180,000. . ( —.
. Ilayward baa all. the . modern con
veniences of an Up to date city.sueli
a« gas,' city* water, ■ sewere, electric
lights, bltuminixed " streets,, a beauti
ful : Carnegie library, five churches
and two newspapers.
Haywsrd is famous for Its equitable
■■ ; climate. ' • .-.
And. remember, the Hayward tract is closer to
Oakland, Berkeley and Baa Francisco
i than any other tract; now being at
/, lered. ■- ■ ■ :, - : ■'■' ■-, ■■ - : ■ ■:. ■■ ~' .'
I PON APPLICATION, ALL r LITERATTRE
AND PRICE LISTS WILL BR MAILED ON OB
BEFORE AUGUST 19, (JIVING YOU AMPLE
TIME TO INVESTIGATE BEFORE THE OPEN
ING OF THIS TRACT ON SUNDAY, AUGUST
30,-1913. ,
2Q84 UiMwrsiiiy Av®^he® 9
LARGE lots or tracts of half acre or more, best
of * fruit and vecetable lands; * easy ; terms: free
: booklets. : 11. R. ; ROBINSON, general agent
■": lands of MM estate. Hnvvord. C«l. -•
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE _
CLAREMONT park— One of the best built houses
j of 1) rooms and sleeping porch; hardwood floors
I throughout;, cement exterior: equipped with
water , heater, vacuum cleaner and , furnace;
lot "oOxICO; vf-ry convenient to cars and Key
route. Price $10,000; your own-terms."' CLARE-'
I MONT REALTY COMPANY;;3O3O Clarcmont
\av..'Berkeley; or to JAMES MASON, 430 Cali
fornia St., S. F. , , ,- ..-.--.;..
- •■ — -
I NORTHBRAE— one block from S. P. elec
■f-i trie, one block from street cars.' and two blocks
I from Key route. '•;:•;
-'• ■-. New '," 7-room. - cement ,i exterior' house of 7
rowing and sleeping porch: hardwood floors", fur
nace, - etc. : . larpe lot. ' Price $c,500; - your : own
terms. -W. B. lIARTVIG. terminus. North
r brae Key Route Berkeley; or •to JAMES
.;; MASON. 430 California St.. S. F. -
BEAUTIFUL home; i 5 : room bungalow: almost
,v complete: hardwood floor; : bath; toilet; '• close
: in; car line; near S." P. -and; Key", Route;
$2,600; $250 down, move : in." pay: $30 month."
YOUNG & JOHNSON, 623 Hearst: >>ldc.. S. F.
ALAITEI)A REAL ESTATE _
a mil" room ":honse. best * location/ lot 38x207:
; must be seen to be , ; appreciated. -,■ Apply -2130
Santa Clara ay. * ■---■■■■■ : --•■ ..:,-,
COHTBA COSTA REAL ESTATE
LOTS FOR SUMMER HOMES—Permanentjj home
M and ■ camping in Redwood : canyon, s right !on | the
new uskland-Antiocb railway; $100 and up on
'?, easy payments; : only 17 minutes from Broad
way. Oakland. Send for map. GEORGE" W.
AUSTIN. 1422-24. Broadway, c,Syndicate build-.
Ing. Oakland.* >'■ ■-'■■■" •■---*- ■'' ■;..'■..'-;■-'--•; .■'■-•■-.■.--i,*- i
RIC IIM(»l7 REA^^TATE^ J
24 SPLENDID * building lots, inner harbor; prop !
. erty,. right :in the midst-of Richmond's' devel- I
oiiment. :,; Need j cash; will sacrifice.' ■, Box ■ 6213 j
*.*■ Call : office, Oakland;; '.v :;r ,.,.; i, ::'Vi''.,;;.."-. ,_:-■ -'■ i
LOTS $150. Easy terms; Marine View Terrace:
, s best close-in property in , Richmond.*! WKNHAM
■&' PAUL; 1444 San > Pablo av>.. Oakland. t:>s. |
801S0MA COUKTY LAJfDS
WHITE J. W. HORN CO.'ofPe'tHluma for large,'
.'■■*■ fee ■'. Hat of ■>' Sonoma t county I bargains. .W- -' , *■■■■■■
" SANTA CRUZ ESTATE_V_
U(>MES.' ranches,- acreage; I exchange ; TpricT* ifet. I
WILSON BROS.; Santa Cruz, Cai. I
MARK* COUyTFBEAL-ESTATE::;
MngMfimdl f<sA UYacft JEXeTSS
San Anselmo. The ; moat desirable and picturesque
of ? Marln' county. A natural i park. For i beauty
of ■ landscape * it & stands ? unrivaled.*"*; Large, * beau
tiful % lots, = with X madrone, ash. laurel, ,;. redwood
and oak. « Sewers : and l water mains in. .« Electric
lights ■: and ■ telephone » now i installed. ,' Exception
ally * easy <: terms. I Fifty i minutes 5 to San , Fran
cisco, with 26: trains a * day. Railroad depot ion
the : tract. Take \ the ■ San \ Anselmo train .at - San
salito and ? ask ■'. conductor *to stop '■: at Highland.
Office on i tract ■ opposite depot.
Wo Mo MlkiTo Ag@M
FAIRFAX; MANOR— gem of all Marln; all
" „ work "done;; lots ; $150 * and , up; % level jor • hill:
open or wooded; Fairfax i station •5 • minutes.
J Room 705. 110 ? Miirk-t st. ■■--•■ ■■■ : '--.-'- -*■ - -.»v»-------
SPECIALIST,: in :\! Real J Estate S Bargain*. '': Bight
;■ treatment. Your-• interests cared for- •
WILL ALLEY,
.-'-•"-' ■■--■'-;■■".■ "■■■■-M ILL VALLEY. :'^.'/-/■:■■•■ ■'-.--■<
REAL ESTATE : TO EXCHAJfQB
■ FOR EXCHANGE. '
. I;' have.: some "•- choice vacant > property to ■ ex
change :■ for improved | property in Oakland *or San
Francisco; i also some - good ( ranch ' land, Improved
and ** Taeant, to ! : exchange ;: for ? income * property
in Oakland lor San | Francisco;; have i business and
apartment house property,, paying good income,
nearly new buildings," in first,class location In St.
Louis s and | Chicago, •. to \ exchange ' for ; farm ! land.
If .you have any, property .toexchange,' call and
see me. " .- .
D. F. MINNEV. 229-30 First National Bank
: 1% bldg. Phone ; Oakland 2403. . ;
MODERN 100 room hotel;. ; south 'of. Market;'new-"
"- ly ; furnished; .established'business; ■ part»cash;:
* rest -city property or acreage; investigate.-Boi
.'ll. Caif office. .-:'■■,..' ;,--■;'• ■.-■ ..-.,;'.--.-:■ .;'-:.; ' :
EXCHANGE; improve * city * property.:, for unim
■. proved " Sunset ,or Richmond i lots up to | $20,000.
■*' What.have yon? Box 3352. > Call office. -
BUSiyESSgCHAyCES
CORPORATION? with business ; of exceptional
t merit ■ wants lady >or " gent jto act :a* secretary;
';■;-■ duties < very simple:;■ experience ; unnecessary;
.* ; $1,000 cash , required.;: Fully secured, liberal
; salary and interest lin profits. Room 15, 964
;Market:St., S.F. ;;'-;-;.,.■::'.- : :',"■;."'; ::■: y'A'^-^'.:'-
For alive young man to become associated with
j well.established land | business with an unlimited
I future; - fully equipped in % every respect,vwHb
'antes, nice offices, ■',» etc.; interest Tallied ;at
I $1,000: part can be paid from business. Box 82,
I Call, office. ■ ■ , :-■•
$225 ' buys half Interest in s office < paying/ $26 to
; $40 week. '„,.. 180: Sutter St.. ; room 811. &
VALUABLE patents pay better than gold mine*;
' write :- for list ."Patents ; for Sale." - * RAN
' DOLPH & CO., Patent Attorneys, '"• Washing
ton. D. C. '-;, , ' ', .'. - : "." ::-■::':■/■■.: .A ■ ;"«:•.- •''
ONE of the best cafes; In the city; $3,000 will
handle. ~ 180 Sutter St., room 311. ;» ! -,
I'- HAVE 4o agencies for snarpenlng I safety razor
blades; also machine: will sell business for $50.
C. 11. CUNNINGHAM, ; Gordon; hotel, 7th and
.Mission sts. */-. -. : ■.;
FINE; restaurant;' good ; lease; good business;
price reasonable for quick sale.;; Call 646 Eddy.
$450.handles ; good paying confectionery. 4 ;, See B.
, C. INVT. CO., 180 Sntter st.. room $11.
LADY or. gent of I intelligence with | $2,000 cash
and services (or furnish: substitute):;; plain of
;: flee work: ; experience unnecessary; exceptional >
'-- opportunity; "ground * floor * proposition; | handle
' your own money; salary $200 month and per
centage of immense profits. See manager, room
28. 064 Market st;.:S.F. ~ -: y
; CORNER GROCERY FOR SALE. ,
Stock ■ and: natures, $3,000 or 4 invoice; hire 1
man; cheap rent; long; lease: sales $1,700 month:
reasons for selling bear strict.investigation; best
references.; PROPRIETOR, t box 45. x Call office.
140 ROOMS; good : lease: I must sell; i leave i city
: on account health..-180 Slitter st., room $11.
$S-"0 —Saloon; only > one • m 4 s corners: ",. rent < $35;
.": fixtures alone: worth "$000; sacrifice on ace. p'd
age; Al loc. Inq.iW. 11. S., 2110 A Market st.
$2,RoO—Saloon: first Class. »p to date fist.:;good
stock; 5 y. I.; rent $».": receipts $30; to $50;
sacrifice on ace. of sickness and death. W. H.
; S.. 2XloA;Market st. , ;. • " : •' .
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY.;
- $050 buys "good paying' restaurant : nr. Market
and Valencia: Al - German••: trade; - receipts ; $30
day. See W. J. DOWLING & CO.. 439 Valencia.
WILL sell—Best bakery and; restaurant in city;
greatest bargain ever offered;;sB,soo value In
sight; will sell if taken at; once : for $3,000
cash; act ,; at once; best location: please over
fair: close to Market; act quick. Box 55, Call.
GROCERY: in fine location: good trade and large.
• «tock;call and Investigate. '2023 22d st.>v .-■„:
FOR sale, or trade ' for \ general I merchandise of
real : estate— up to date grocery : business;
; bear strictest Investigation; beat bank I refer
ences; reasons, v family - troubles. * Box 568.
_ Call office. :.;;- . - : J . ; ■ .A : '~r '.'_
BARBER shop: owner leaving city, must sell
very cheap. ISO Suiter, -r. 311. B. C. INVT.
COMPANY. , ..•--._- ,- , ;
AN ; exceptional opportunity h to purchase a SAT
URDAY EVENING POST and JOURNAL route
. In this city; splendid prospects. Inquire 1014
■Phelan bid*. :,; ■■ -■::.-.• -.::■-;; ,"■:;;.-,-. ; ,. ■ ~:,;; ;.■•...; -^
ONE at the best located SATURDAY -EVENING
• POST routes ;in I San t Francisco; for: sale; s this
route pays a splendid Income,. and for a young,
enterprising man it offers lii? opportunities for
v a large; Increase. 5 1012 Phelan bldg. V" ,
$3."0 buys good' paying -express business. ISO
Batter St.. r. 311. ' See B. ■, C. '• INVT. Co. Z
FOR sale—First class: newspaper route on ' morn-
Ing ! paper. V Apply ' Circulation Department, San
■'. Francisco - Call ; -" ",': ~-*-_" •- ; - " ■_: \■ -
HARDWARE I and f sporting) goods | store: pioneer
place; % good * location: business ! average t yearly
$14,000; good opportunity right party; owner
must leave for Nevada. Box 366.; Call office. ;?
SALOON LICENSE, stock and fixture*. > HOTEL
KORMANDIE. ______
GOOD bakery, fine paying business, , $300. See B.
t C. INVT; CO., ISO Sinter St.. room 311.
HOTEL for \ salei or rent: established (25 ■ years;
railroad worklngmen» and the best transient
I trade in town; i opposite S, P. depot I and N. P.
depot; man and wife preferred;.small capital.
Apply or write ; JOS. :P. IIANMAN. Stockton,
Cal.
FOR 'rent—-Restaurant and delicatessen/all fur
nished, at Melrose depot. WYMAN LAND
COMPANY. :■.-:.-.;-,-.■ . ,- .■-■■.-■- r ■-•'■■-■
\•■ - ;:."..:■.-- ■ INVESTMENTS ■: .-;' ■ ~~.
; • WANTEBS) ■' "•;
None but good men need apply
to place the .treasury stock of
an establisheds land company. : ■.'-.".- '- :
332 BANKERS' INVESTMENT BLDG. *'
' : -■-:■■:■■: 742 MARKET ST. ■•"..'-.
A. B.'.WHITE COMPANY,
323 Monadnock building,
Principal Brokers in Nonlisted Securities.
..." WE WILL SELL:
200 Mascot: Copper '~...................: $2.40
1,000 Boston Pacific Oil .................Wanted
100 Vulcan : Fire s lns. Co ......'...:..... 11.50
J 10 United i Properties ft per cent > bonds. ' 30.00
100 California State Life Ins ......:;... 13.50
' GO Western States Life Insurance Co .V . 9.00
1,000 Tidewater; Southern Railway ....:.: 40
".-'-. ■-. And many others In amounts to suit. ''■■'■
:'.' "'■.:,' .- : .:.: ■-.■; , :' i INVESTMENTS ":-."/:'-'.<- -' -: :'
Will pay you to -invest-; your money on short
time v" loans.' ;We » have -f an £ absolute safe -' plan
which; will net you 7 per cent <to 10 ~ per cent
interest.' "- - : - : ■ v -- —.'.■■■'.-- '■ ■ '.- '- -,; ■ r -:~ .• -
Apply UNIVERSAL LOAN FUND OP CALI
FORNIA, 244 Keaniy street.
INVESTMENTS—We have capital; for conserva
• tive real estate investments in California where
- quick action and 5 profit »is assured. Address
CHARLES "A. STANTON & CO.. Inc., First
m National|Bank building,; San Francisco. Cal. ;: -
AA COMPANIES INCORPORATED. , PROMOT
ED; legally organized; books ' opened; stocks
floated. > CANNADAY < & CO.. 503 Pacific bids.
i Corporation experts ' and financial agents. : a
AUTOMOBILE Funding Co. of America will sell
limited number of shares at par. j $10; indorsed
by bankers and bus; men. 374 Monadnock bldg.
CHESTER B. ELLIS & CO.. V^'■'.-.,•!- 71'
Largest dealers In unlisted stocks and bonds.
714 . Market < St. opp. \ Call;building. > v
WILL buy NATIONAL WIRELESS ktelephone
. stock. F. J. GOLDEN. '-■ Merchants' ft National
:''-■ Bank building: phone Douglas 532. * "; '.-.-
MO^T_TOJLOAN_
WE LOAN $10 or more on FURNITURE, PIANOS,
c SALARIES, etc., at REASONABLE RATES;
LONG TIME and EASY PAYMENTS. You get
the money on TWO HOURS' NOTICE. .
.?. »■ ■■: ;-;-7.';s weekly pays a J $15 loan.
'> ;* $1.3.'i iweekly pays a $30 loan.
' $1.65 weekly, pays a $50 loan.
'{'.: Other sums In proportion. You pay monthly if
you wish. It '". is easy to borrow money from ■ us.
No PUBLICITY." no DELAY. « If you don't • place
your loan with us we both lose money. *
PEOPLE'S LOAN CO.. , '
. 221) Monadnock bldg., , ' • "
681 Market st.. . Second floor. |
AAA HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY -
WILL LOAN YOU 3 MONEY ON FURNITURE,
; PIANOS. ETC.: j $10 «TO $200: LOW COST:
CONFIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE
■'■ "DEAL; '':-'' '-" '' * ;T; "**- : ::-■";. : .- ■■'*■-'■< ■■ ■■ ■' '■'■■:
>». CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE.
3579 PACIFIC BLDG.. FOURTH and MARKET.
, > PHONE DOUGLAS 8265. l ' >
OAKLAND office, ; r>lB First National Bank". bldg.
WE LOAN MONEY ITO PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT ■ * EMPLOYMENT: k no ' lndorser;
m confidential;; no «red \ tape t methods: j$11» \ week
* pays $15 loan,s2 week pays $30 loan, $3 week
nays $45 loan. $4 week pays' $60 loan; call and
see - us. THE *-- ROYAL INVESTMENT COM
PANY, 750 Phelan building.
LOANS to salaried persons. WAGE earners,
■ TEACHERS, i CITY EMPLOYES 1 and I OTHERS'
bi with 1 FIXED ' incomes; ? also s OTHER » proposi
i ~ tions, including \ advance* ;on ! INSURANCE 1 and
I WAREHOUSE receipts: I rates reasonable; I pay
ments easy.l 433 Phelan bldg.; ph. Douglas 3244.
MONEY TO LOAN
Con tinned
MONEY * loaned lon furniture, pianos aDd other
H security; ' lowest rates; I most favorable terms in
f| the i city; < nee; others, then : see me ■ aud be con
?< vinced; ■*■ will % save 2 you 5 money: s $2.25 • weekly
pays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029. . GEORGE
-~ W. '• MILLER, 3009- 16tb St.. southwest corner
•> Mission, room 35. ——
MONEY LOANED i SALARIED PEOPLE AND
M others npon their own names; cheap rates;, easy
payments; confidential. D. H. TOLMAN. 949
■ Phelan bldg. j and ; mi.' 9, 470 13th ' St., Oakland.
H . iBALDWIN; JEWELRY 3 CO.,
Gold and Silver | Smiths,
Ivii'-.y'; .' •■:.« 29-35 Kearny st. . ■ ■•
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER ] MO.
$$$ —Lunciky M®ini®y —$$$.
Any amount *on "diamonds.' watches. Jewelry. 2%.'
M MAXFERD LOAN; OFFICE, 17 4th St. nr. Mkt.J
CASH advanced on salaries; ;no 1 security: | lowest
rates. 313 Merchants' Exchange building;
c 5 phone Douglei : 1411, and 508 Call building,
; i| phone Butter 2537. J.;.'.'-. V; ■-.-. , : ;;; ■- *".'■".' t?P'- : '~«
AAA—SALARIED linen and women accommodated
I 1 without J delay or publicity, , Home Credit and
■ --■' Investment Co., S2l Phelani Mdg.. third 1 floor. -
$10 to $1001 advanced '- on I your; salary. Our '. rates
?•• I are the cheapest in this: city. * Don't fall to see
; us. ■;',- UNION '- CREDIT : CO.. ; "60 Phelan \ bldg.v
INVESTIGATE our discount, plan; uwe loan all
!* *•' salaried ? people;: see • us;'- save; money; = dealings
~i confidential. 521 Phelan building; % Kearay 3247.
AAA—: earner*, either men> or ,; women* can
make a loan in strictest confidence at the EM
?•«PLOYES' CREDIT • CO., r. 424 Monadnock bldg.
GOLDEN GATE ! LOAN OFFICE. 110 Kearny st.
VvLow ; rate* on jewelry; W. J. HESTHAL. r;
CASH LOANED to salaried; men: on note without
> indorser. MORRELL. 1097 ■ Monadnock bldg..
LADY ; will i make (loans jon ] furniture! and ! pianos
'* to desirable parties; privacy. Box 023,' Ca11.,.
SALARY 1 LOANS, $5 , up; ; cheapest" rates/ D. D.
j% DRAKE. 94S;Market st:. ____
THE FILLMORB BRANCH OK THE CALL IS
; AT 1057 FILLMORE ST. : . •'
MONEY TO LOAN—R«d Estate. ':
AAA A—WILL LOAN ANY AMOUNT at , lowest
-• interest .on first, second f and = . third ' mortgages,'
' estates ■:. in < probate,ij undivided interest; ■ deal
directly ."with lender; no delay. R. MeCOLGAN.
502-503 Call building, --'< corner 3d and Market:
i -; phone Douglas 25,"5. The oldest established and
:: ' leading financial | agency, on ; the; Pacific coast, j I
AAA —NO COMMISSION CHARGED.
; BANK INTEREST—Ist and 2d MORTGAGES;
[-'"/; LOAN 20 per cent more than BANKS.•■'.•
! San: Francisco. : Oakland; Town and Farm Lands.
I •■' ; SHADRURNE CO.. 715 Monadnock bldg. ; :
■ ANY amount on real estate, first or seiond'mort
," .:'• gages; =no ; delay; i very lowest - rate. , . If " your
I' : property is mortgaged ; and -, you . .need ,>more
money, see us Immediately. O. W. BECKER,
; Monadnock, bid.. (581 ! Market; tel. Douglas 2150.
LARGE OR ■ SMALL AMOUNTS; 0. «»i or 7 per
cent, flat 'or? installment. Call or write O. K.
EVANS, 2307 Mission st. v • -
PROPOSALS ANP HIPS
; NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed /bids« will be received at the ■of flee of
the Comptroller, University of California,* Berke
ley, , at 10 a. m.. Wednesday,'i July '■ Iβ, on orna
mental metal work t for the Sather - Campanile ; on
the grounds of the University of California,
Berkeley. * . ■-.■■.■-.': " : . : -. . /■ ;
f'i Plans -J and ; specifications ; are on file in said
office, and may be obtained upon the payment of
a/deposit of "$5.00. ' - , ,; <■ ;
No bids will: be received "unless; accompanied
by :a - certified : check -, or bond, equal to ''• 10 per
cent of the bid. to secure• execution of the con
tract by the successful bidder. The right is
reserved to reject any or all bids.
THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA :.. '■-- .--V-. -.--..- -'- :■..;-;.,„:-
PROPOSALS ; FOB BLANKETS.—Depot
Quartermaster's 'Office, 1086 North Point street.
San - Francisco, Col.. '■■ June ■ 14, : 1913.—Sealed j pro
posals, in triplicate will be received f here: until
10 o'clock H. m., , July 14. 1913." for !furnishing
50,000 olive I drab .woolen 1 blankets "at - either the
Philadelphia. St. Louis or San -Francisco co.
I)fpots of i the »• Quartermaster Corps. Informa
tion on : application. W. H. Hart, Acting Depot
Quartermaster. > - I. ■■:£.!:l:;.
Classified Directory
for Ready Reference
; ACCOUNTANTS—CERTIFIED FIB.
! JOHN R. RDCKSTELL, C. P. A., 3d floor Clans
'■- SpreckelsHCall) -building: phone Kenrny 4151.
ARCHITECTS
IF I YOU CONTEMPLATE BUILDING or want a
i; capable architect to superintend construction of
;\x building, call •or write O. :E. EVANS,- N. C,
iv- 2367. Mission St. =
ATTORNEYS ~^
R. W. KING, attorney. Grant bldg.. Market and
I 1 "to, room 820—All cases; low fees; ; nothing to
advance or for consultation. Phone Market 912.
II /m/x»«*\T! A m)**** FREE—Family I matters,
LUBgSill JPiM\fWp I damages, claims, abso
lutely confidential; results gtd. Rm. 801. Call bid.
AA—FREE LEGAL INFORMATION % BUREAU
' with reliable law firm: all cases quickly, han
dled; we advance all costs.; 603: Chronicle bid.
ALL CASES c handled by reliable attorney; those
; of (small: means welcome: pay when work i is
(5 done; advice, free.'- 1112 ' Market St..; off Ice 122.
ADVICE ? FREE —Decrees,;: damages, collections
, and all ; law cases quickly, and quietly,handled.:
523 . Market: st. : near ; 4th. room ■~■ 507.
HARRIS & HESS; attorneys at law, W. T. Hess,"
) notary public—Room ■ 709. Hearst , building."
THE i FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1057 FII.LMORE ST. v, ;;
BABY CARRIAGES
FINEST AND • CHEAPEST IN THE . CITY.
$10, $12. $15. $20. Strictly home Industry.
, v COULTER'S RATTAN ; WORKS, ;.
1141 Sutt»r st.
P^rTS^
PORTRAITS, frames, bromide - solar - albumen
prints. Chicago Copy Co.. 1021 Q: 'Gate ay. '
HtJSINI . SSI OLLEG3ES
HEALOS BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil,
, Electrical, Mining, Architectural; day. even
:; ing; established i 18C3. 425 McAllister st. :
SAN FRANCISCO > BUSINESS COLLEGE. ? 1008
g Market st. opp. sth—Day and ! evening | sessions.
ALL 3 court; : reporters recommend GALLAGHER
MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1256 Market St.
Steele's Button Wke., 222 : Ellis nr. Mason; i tel.
Franklin 4".21 and C4s2l—Mail orders solicited.
CARPET CLEANING
" ~—,^.--., i ..--■ .-.-—,— .._■«..-
S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 307
r Sutter St.; ,; phone Kearny ♦'5652 ', (BLUE
WAGON)—Carpets, rugs, quickly, thoroughly
cleaned on floor ~ without , removal; * estimates
:<■; free.': , . : : ",;■.- : ' ; : ' * > • -" - ■. :; " ■■/"■■■':
WHEN you become : disgusted with poor work,
send your carpets to IJ. SPAULDING & CO.,
M 353 Tehnma ■ st.; Douglas 3045, rHome J2347. .
WATT'S ■?. reliable " carpet s cleaning; S alterations,
• renovating, laying. 444 , Divlsadero;ph.Park 560.
A A—National I Carpet I Beating IWorks—Hampton
it & Bailey.; 344-348 Church: Mkt. 180. Mkt. 190.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IIS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
EAR J NOISES I positively cured; new; antiseptic;
•; v 1 week free to convince." DR. COTTINGHAM,
■ '■ A expert ear, nose, throat. 821* Market, room 402.■:
~
: ;/ CHIROPRACTIC. '--■■>
: - Chiro-practic doctors : making $500 a month,
because they cure.: ->. > s s. - ' ■•■•» . '-, .- " '
DR. RIEDL'S SCHOOL."
: ' -■ 410 ' 2<ith st. - near < Broadway. Oakland. V. '-
COLLECTIONS ~
DWYERS LAW/AND. COLLECTION COMPANY
" * —No - charge unless*successful; 503 Pacific
C' building;'phone Douglas 3304. :" •-;■*-•-' .; ■■■* --""
LADIES' elegant coetnmee for theatrical, private
ii entertainments, masquerades; s* costumes | made
v" to order j and rented. Trans-Pacific '; Amusement
g * Enterprise.' 1420 • Hewes'»Mdg.: ' Douglas 3234.
P^TiSJ^j^^^J^
ARTIFICIAL TEETH—"THIS ONE THING * I
i , DO." DR. -C. , E.WILSON, 323 Geary, suite 604.;
DR. IRA JG. LEEK -All kinds ,of ? dental ; work.
v 517' Fillmore st. near Oak.
" JDETECnTEST""
A. E. " LUCAS S DETECTIVE AGENCY, 713-15
f:.- PACIFIC BLDG.—TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY
i : CONFIDENTIAL: f ESTAB. TERMS REA
SONABLE; GIVE RESULTS. SUTTER 585.t.J
A—NATIONAL! DETECTIVE ;AGENCY,*? 542» Pa
m clfic bldg.; expert; operators licensed ? and j bond
* n: ed; all branches detective work.Tel. Butter 2025.
~_ _ DRESS: MAKING
MCDOWELL'S i Dressmaking ? and • Millinery School:
|,« —Evening l classes; 1 patterns f cut *, to s order. 121
■- Geary st. near Grant ay. ; tel. Douglas 4751.
ARTISTIC modishv work. $1; s dresses,S $3 up.
Phone Mission 3637.-53031' 23d st. near Douglass.-, i
- '
AUCTOJISALJES
E. CURTIS
AUCTIONEER
. Office; and Salesroom, ,; Van ' Ness at Sacramento.
- Phone Franklin * 2264. :: The * old established
I bouse or CURTIS—No connection with any
branch. ;.■-. -'■;;■. ■■....*■; ■•■•:;;•. ■■•-■.■.•.v-.
ELECTRIC SIGSS^
ELITE ELECTRIC | SIGN CO., '2*l' 2d et.— Elec
tric i signs our spec.:? jobbing. ; Tel. < Dong. 5C>Bl.
____SOMES^¥OR^THE^GEBr3
COMFORTABLE ; home for old people. 341 East
» 14th st.. Oakland. . ;". Z\ - : ;v
TOICTB EXTERMINATED
WE "guarantee to rid your premises of INSECTS.
THE INSECTICIDE CO.. 653 Phelan building.
PfTALID CHAIBS
SOLD,-rented, exchanged; manufacturer of Eatnes
_tric£clg_rUalr_j7U Market St.; tci. Park 2940.
.;•_-•_-:/>.y LADDERS
(T*(n)M(r^T]fl k ns "the LADDER : MAN," :
a -,;. s pacific ■ bid.: Douglass 854.
lfmber" forlTale - "
NEW LUMBER $10. shingles $1.30. rustic $20. ; I
M doors $1.10; v send; lists. ; SWIFT & CO., loth '
and Mission sts. > ■"> ■ ■ /. ~• ■• ■: . |
MATERNITY HOMES ~~j
PRIVATE * home J before; and - during * confinement; I
.safe; restful location; v light,. airy rooms; grad
uate' nurses : - adoption. .Address. Resident Phy
'"'■: sician. 3731 ■: Shaffer < ay., \; cor Moss,*-: Oakland.
S. F. LI7INO IN HOME, 1191 Oak Adoption.
,•: DR. LORD, res, pay.; confmt. ; $25. Mkt. 4469.'
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL BLAKE'S
: BAZAAR, 1108 VALENCIA ST. . j
~~^3~~§S^MAMET~~3Z~
FLEXIBLE Meat Market. 1254 9tU ay.. Son««t. ''■
'-• lit WIN BERG prop. Phone orders Sunset 1601; j
■~L^l.- - MEmcAiT^ mZZ
INVALID chairs, elastic hosiery, abdominal belts.
359 Sutter et.; PERCY J. MEYER & CO. ' : :
SEXOID cures weakness in men; $1. RAYMOND
' KKM. CO.. 19 7th St.. S. F. , -..■...■■
.'< METAL WORKS
Fully equipped to do light metal presswork.
MODELS MADE AND PERFECTED ■
1240 Golden Gate by.: phone West 2718.
THE inventor's ; machinist: ' machinery experts.
I A. SCHNEIDER ENGINEERING WORKS. 15th
and gbotwel] fits..' S. P. v =■ *
PATENT ATTORNEYS, _ ___
DEWEY. STRONG f& 1 CO., • founded 18C0— V. S.
M and | foreign " patents; inventors' guide; 100 me
-1 chanical movements free. 914-910 Crocker bldg.,
San Francisco. -" =
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner D. S. patent office;
'■■ U. S. and foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.": U
H.C.SCHROEDER. patent, trademark attorney,
417 First National Bank building. Oakland.
G. W. WIEGAND —Patents, trademarks, etc.. 303
•: Security Bank bldg., Oakland: phone Oak. 2563.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
: AT 1657 FILLMORB ST.
M. EL SAMMIS, pension atty.; pensions, back pay,
'lost army papers secured. 16R4 Lnrkln. suite 5.
;_■__'•;_ PIANO TUXING ~
PIANOS tuned, ; polished and repaired: work guar
anteed. La gun a Piano Repair Co.. 727 Laguna.
MAY R. NICHOLS. 300-7 Hamboldt Bank bid*.;
M tel. Douglas 15447—Public I stenographer; legal
work, technical reports, plays, parts, cues,
* multi-color presswork. -
STAMMERING "^
STAMMER? Method to cure explained FREE.
■ M. L. HATFIELD. 1918 Grove. Oakland, Cal.
STAMMERING—Cure guaranteed; cons, free; eet.
- 25 years.' Mrs. M. J. L. Crane. DlTisadero.
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES ~~
FEW" uncalled for second ihand trunks and ■ suit
cases for sale cheap. LeTey'e Big Trunk \ Fae
torr^o7\nssiancor^3djphoneDourlae3l92.
PHYSICIANS
A—SPECIALIST IN FEMALE COMPLAINTS—
Established in San Francisco for 20 years; sure
and quick ■;results; "strict, 7 reliable graduate
physician mioi detention from home or occupa
. tion; my methods are original and are not used
Iby I other specialists; antiseptic and painless.
My offices , are :bo :- arranged - that \ the . utmost
privacy % Is. assured.- i Consultation 1 and ■. advice
free. Room 3, 1025 MARKET ST. bet. 6th and
i ,7th; hours 10 t... 4, 6:80 to 9 : Sunday 11 to 3.
A— <; SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN. . '
"When .worried consult this specialist; antisep
tic, painless treatment; r Immediate " results; ; ad
vice , free: sanatorium when required; HOURS
10-4. Westbank j bldg., S3O Market St., room 605.
IF worried, consult at once; painless treatment:
'- confinement ■ $2.>, ; with nurse.: • Suite 101, 767
;' Market et. .;■/ ■-..:•'..■:. ■■ ■ r-_: ■~;,■ ■ ■'
A—DR. CARD, . diseases of women, formerly 517
.23d st., Oakland: low fees: advice free; hours
■ 10-4. 412 Westbank bldg. v Market St.. S. F.
DR. CHAS. C. WADS WORTH, 2610 California
; st.—Office - hours 1 to 3 p. u>. ';.. excepting Sat
; urdays ) and \ Sundays, excepting in emergency.
ALL - obstinate * and chronic ; ; diseases ; specialty.
1595 Sutter SE. cor. Webster; 11-7 week days.
Dr. Cbas. C. \Waasworth.* £010 California—Hourt
I 1 to 3 p. m., cxc. Sat. and Sun. and emergency.
THE ; FILLMORE BRANCH fOF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 KILLMORE ST.
STORAGE AND MOVING TAHB
AA—LINCOLN WAREHOUSE AND VAN CO.—
I Low rates: storage, moving, ■■ packing, shipping.
; 2310-20 Fillmore st.; phone West 4104. '
EXCURSION rates east on household goods; $1.75
■♦■• per .; hundred';. to - Chicago; i through \ car service.
C* BBKINS VAN & STORAGE CO. - -
WILSON* BROS. CO., ! fireproof storage, moving,
packing shipping:" Removed to 1636 Market st.
near,Haight;phone Park 271. . : : - ' : j
PIERCE-RODOLPH >i STORAGE CO., 1450 Eddy
St.; phone West S2B. Home S-2528. j
WALL PAPER ~~
WALL PAPER. 4c-5c roll; house lining. 3%c yd.;
(1 paint. $1 gal. -M.Merigan & Co.. 1447 Ellis.
FIRST WOMAN "RUSTLER"
LANDS IN KANSAS JAIL
Marie Pollard Achieves Dis
tinction of Being Convict
ed of Horse Theft
t
TOPEKA, Kan., July 11.—When the
gates of the Kansas City state peniten
tiary opened the other day '- to admit
Marie; Pollard, she had the unique dis
tinction ■■; of being the r " first Kansas
woman :to be received .on "at conviction
of i horse stealing. : t : Several are serving
terms for stealing 5 chickens and for
other ; thefts, but no woman ever served
a term ;on' a ; horse stealing charge, , ac
cording % to ? the ; records.
.With the Pollard woman came Sam
uel Parks, her lover, whom ] she per
suaded ;; to steal a ihorse and buggy
that they might * elope and l j be : ; married.
But Dan Cupid was ! denied, the couple
being arrested by officers t after a long
chase and s before they could have the
"knot which binds" tied by a Clinton,
Mo., magistrate. But: the little god of
love is still confident, ;thei couple
said yesterday they ; intend ito* be mar- 3
ried immediately upon their being re
leased : from . the % prison, seven years
hence. ; . ■"•*--''• ' •; '; -
:?' Parks hired a : horse and buggy from
a Parsons livery barn with the -under-"
standing that he ; was to L drive out 'in
the country but a few miles. Then, it
was charged, i the Pollard woman in
duced him to elope with her. The
horse's mane and tail were clipped to
avoid detection. Although they drove
the horse as fast as possible toward
CHINESE CURBED
BY STRONG HAND
Many Interesting Features
of Political Situation in
New Republic
Municipal Council for For
eign Settlement at Shang
hai Takes Hand
SHANGHAI, July 11.—There * are
many interesting features in the pres
ent phase of the political situation in,
China—a phase of conservative
tion against the crudities of San Tat
Sen's imported brand of socialistic re
publicanism—but none is more signifi
cant : than the attitude which the
municipal council for the foreign settle
ment at Shanghai has lately been con
strained to adopt toward the vernacu
lav press. *
The council, as the executive . -body
charged with the maintenance of law,"
and order within the territory of 'the
settlement excluded from Chinese juris
diction, has now been compelled to rec
ognize the fact that the militant sec
tion of "Young , China Is dangerously
lacking" in the discipline and self-con
trol without which liberty of the press
and of public speech degenerates into
license and sedition. !
From the earliest days of Tonus
China's anti-Maitchu reform movement.
Its vernacular press has enjoyed in the
Shanghai settlements sanctuary and
public sympathy. Until the outbreak of
the revolution, its work was conducted,
on the whole, with intelligence and
judicious restraint, and its Influence
was Indubitably progressive and far
reaching. - * "
, In 1903 the authorities at Peking.
alarmed at the growth of this influence,
and by the frank discussion of political
questions'': by the "leading ; newspapers,
endeavored to obtain control of the
press through the Chinese magistracy
of the mixed court, and to secure the
extradition of : the : editorial , staff of an
offending , journal, the Supao. '
M The municipal council, however, stood
firm in maintenance of -the/ principle,
upon -which the prosperity of the settle
ments ,: is founded, that no V taxpayer
resident within settlement limits could
be handed over upon the demand of
the Chinese authorities until convicted
of crime in open trial at the mixed;
court, a court of first instance, In
which representatives of the -consular
body sit as assessors. The Supaojease,
tried Yin that court, resulted in the)
vindication of this principle.
The "bouleversement" of the revolu
tion suddenly -I upsetting the entire
scheme of things celestial and tempo
rarily substituting , government by the
nursery for | government by the elder
statesmen, ;,; ; , revealed '■'? among Young
China's Journalists, jas it did among the
soldiery, the spirit of "indiscipline" arid
the elements of unrest which only the
strong hand 7of . authority can repress
among oriental peoples. Finding them
selves, as they thought, at the "begin
ning of a new era, in which the social
and ethical code of Confucianism had
lost ; all retraining virtue, many men
who : until then had written sober]
enough became free lances in,the strug
gle for place and power which followed
the abdication of the ; jMaiichus," and
wrote without restraint as placemen
and partisans. •• -v
As a class they were naturally iden
tified with the Kuo-ming-tang, the stu
dents" party, and as the forces of ortho
dox conservatism gradually rallied and
came together under the guiding hand
of • Yuan Shih Kai their language be
came more and more violent. With the
defeat of ; Sun Vat | Sen's party schemes
and / Tuan's assumption of supreme
power, their writings often incited se"
ditlon I and crimes /of violence. Gradu
ally ;It ;; became apparent to the law
abiding mercantile community, and to
the authorities :of the foreign settle
ment that the political activities of. the
foreign educated student class were
creating in China sdangers of the same
kind ', as those with which the British
government has had to deal in .India,
Intensified by the absence , * of any re
pressive force at Peking.
This opinion has recently been ex
pressed with unmistakable clearness
and unanimity by the Chinese Chamber
of Commerce at Shanghai/which frank
ly deplores ; the plottings of the extreme
republicans and supports Yuan Shih
Kal and the restoration of the auto
cratic "regime" as the only means of
preventing chaos and Crime.
In these circumstances it was right
and fitting that the municipal council.
responsible for the good order *of the
settlements, should take steps to em
phasize : and 5 enforce the wishes of the
law abiding majority, and should in
timate clearly to the j fractious |minor-
ity that the sanctuary of * the self-K"
erning settlements j should |no longer be
abused by those who preach ; sedition
and political assassination. The action
of the I council | reflects clearly the 're-}
vulsion of feeling and the disillusions
which have : succeeded the enthusiasm
that greeted the inauguration of the
republic, and the wording of its pub
lic ' proclamation is extremely signifi
cant. " .'■
; After referring to the excesses of
certain journals published in the/set
tlement whose ,; "inflammatory attack?
upon public personages and violent
abuse have been of i>: a nature to per
turb the j public ■ mind, and may :there
fore ! prove to be subversive of -peac«?
and ■ good < order," the council proceeds
to warn the public "generally "and all
editors, reporters, printers and publish
ers '.;-'. that ;• any persons ? who venture
either ;: directly or indirectly to emit
writings and pictures of this charac
ter .will on detection ;. at once be ar
rested and imprisoned, pending decision
by the several authorities as to the
procedure whereby : they are. to be dealt
with according to the gravity of the of
fense. : Their ultimate treatment car.
not easily be foretold. Let all obey."-
After the issue of the / proclamation .
there '.were >no : more ' open exhortations
to kill the "autocratic demon king':
the bitterest critic of the council's/; ac
tion contented itself with an expression
of editorial opinion to J the effect that
the proclamation was inspired by Yuan
Shih Kai and not unconnected with th«
financial operation :of the powers at
Peking. Dr. Sun Vat Sen and his fol
lowers have ; perceived, ]"■ in fact, 3that
they have ; forfeited J the /sympathies of
the business community, and , that Yuan
Shili 'Kai's government* commands the
support of those who provide the sin
ews of war. Sun; Vat ■ Sen has. BOBS*
quently, retired from active politics, at
least for the present. j
Clinton, officers arrested them, and they
were taken back to Parsons.
Before she was sentenced the Pollard
woman took all tlie blame upon herself,
saying: that she had persuaded Parks •to
steal the horse and buggy. Parks, how
ever, pleaded j guilty. -:\ Marie Pollard is
a widow and has two children.
> ' Mrs. Pollard ; previously had been ; im
plicated ,in horse stealing in Montgom
ery : county, it is said, with a man<wli>?
was convicted ;: and; sentenced, but she
was not placed on trial. She is believe.i
to be the leader of a gang of i hor*e
thieves who have been operating in that
section of the state. _..;.,
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