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HOTELS
ontiniied
a Ro -maio n't 214 Halght st-liasTpu** (tr I
£~ n S ,e ruls - » n, » ■P»*. of 2. 3 4 rms '
♦rlth bath; cleg. fur. m... $3.50 wk tin- beau'
rcrry. Miv J. J. Anderson, prop.; Park 589 J
HOTEL wira I
**? °7.t RnKU ' ST.-Mudern fireproof building- I
all outside rooms; rates (room with bathl 11 50
n»y up; single rooms $1 day : weekly rate* $3 UD - !
»i-'c-a rates to permanent guests ITankll,
t HOTEL C©LUMA~
S 4 r^%' 1 < o B,n,osph f rr: ratPS $1 «•» pE Kr I
$4 to $10 per week. Phage UrankHn 6320. |
910 GEARY ST —A family hotel, under new
management: elegantly furnished rooms; good
M-rvlce; ißoue-ate prices. Phone Franklin 4181.
HOTEL '
1 F « AB J {^ Lr i,., ST - nMr Mason—Rooms with '
detsched bath $.1.50 a week up; rooms with
1 r?vate bath. $■> a week and up.
HOTEL ISALTEMOIE
T nT ° M T St.—American plan
iimuy norei; modern improvements; 100 rooms:
roc:n and board. $40 a month np. I
HOTEL ST. GEORGE j
12* MARKET ST.. NT-XT CITY HALL. !
nny rooms, 5...rf) week np; BOc and $1 a day.
Phone Market 3764.
HOTEL~AOTLEIR.S
t',Li nN l;i' ST.—Modern fireproof building:
li.ropean ran: pormlar prices. Franklin 1043.
HOTEL LE TOE®
««o ORART rt.—New and modern: hot water
hstbs : room* $8 and up. Phone Franklin 630.
HOTEL IELMOOT
730 EDDY ST. near Van Ness ay.—Single rooms
IttOM w:th bath $4.50 up per Week. From
■ <---;■ -sfce Turk and Eddy car No. 4.
AB SS T «JSS. T Sb« ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF.
440 POST sr. OPPOSITE ST. FRANCIS.
PHONE SUTTER 1930
WE UK TO $5. WITH BATH $5.50. 87.50.
HOTEL UtSUE
t nder ve.y management; newly renovated: fins
room*. 82.50 pat week and up. 170 O'Farrell st.
HOTEL EMPIRE. 11l Taylor cor. Turk—Newly
renovated: sLopplner district: close to theaters
flay ,5c up. week $3 up. bath $1 day np. Eddy
_ car n: fcrr»; 3d Townsend S. P. car to Taylor.
A.« "SUNSET HOTEL. 153 Market sL. one block
.-cm ferry. 200 modern rooms: family and
< trade solicited; 33c to $1 a day
»2 1 ■ M a week..
H 2 Tt 'i A,FX ANDER. adjolnlns St. Francis
ootel, Geary st. -Absolutely fireproof- rooms
with private bath. $C per week and an. •
'—"1■ ■ E5 ;
AUBURN HOTEL. 481 Minna St.—Modern: hot
water, baths, lobby; $2 week np. 50e day np.
HO JBL MARsiftLL. 1208 Market, car o—Beau
tiful ronv:-. <:::. 52.50 n™\ : 50e to $1 day. ■
HOTEL LYNN 300 Allnna st—Modern: hot'
water, baths, lobby: $2.50 a week. 50c; a. day.
HOTEL OCTAVIA-Elegant fnr. c„nny rms.: nil
wiiT..^ f^>t . $2 wk. up: trspalent. r,3Q OetavHi.
HOI SES TO LET
I M l RA HHEII '
sm ramento st.. 2723—S rooms and servant's
roeaa; all :no<iern improvements; garden etc.;
iTisrecfio-i inviteiT: Si;-, ' ''
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
I VFVRNISHED^
PEND «r call for oiir printed catalog. GEO. W
AUSTIN - 1 422.1424 Broadway Oakland.
OFFK ES AND STORES TOILET
LOCATION fot privAst_' school, college, church,
singing socieries: very reasonable. St.
telea nalL 154h ad MarkPt ats.
FOR rent S;na!l store: also store and living
rooms: corner 3d ay. and Ansa st.. 'Richmond
, : WCCK REALTY CO
CITY REAL ESTATE
oi'O VV • V/ V Ji OSt \^^£j/o
HE M. EST V'O: VNI> INSURANCE '
»* MONTGOMERY ST. 1 MILLS BUILDING >. !
RENTS COLLECTED AND OWNERS ABSO
LUTELY GUARANTEED AGAINST -
I OSS FROM TENANTS.
FULL CHARGE TAKEN (IE PROPERTY.
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE. ..
WE ARE Now LISTING PROPERTY FOR OUR
,- . NEXT AUCTION. ' .
BUSINESS BARGAINS.
$rr..000 stire_ a.nd 11 elegant, apts'of 2.and 3
rooms and bath" each: rents $415 per mo.:
new; r> n ly 2 blocks Dom Falrmount hotel:
corner: lot 30*94 •
DOWNTOWN. BARGAINS. .
$22,000 Lot CO feet front: on Turk st. ?ast of
Van Ness ay.: th'- is positively the ebeap
■ ■" est lot in the district.'
FIVE FLATS. . • ' '
■.' . $12,009 ClsytOT st. po<ir park' panhandle; 5 fists
of 4 and 5 rooms nnd hath each: extra.
'-. :•' :. wt* Rat.
MAGNIFICENT MARINE VIEW
••• -$12,000 30x137:6; close, to Broadway sod
'".' "-' • Fillmore?; ttMSt. beautiful', marine view in
Sau Francisco.
STORE AND ROOMING HOUSE.
$11.000- -Store, with 5 rooms in rear and rooming
bo.tse of 23 rooms: lot 25xl«P! through to
a rear street; only partlallv Improved:
F-isem st.. close in".
, n-o<'er,i and up to date: would consider
exchange for vacant pronertv.
ON- CAR LINE.
-ss.oo- >< fists: rents 1125 per-month; nsrtisllv
furnished: lot 27*120; Olh ay.. Richmond
DOWNTOWN FLATS.
gs.fiOA 2 flats of 4 and 5 rooms' and batb each:
rents $05 per month;-close to. Hyde, snd
Brood wsv. •' •
- ■ \rt 9TH AND FOLSOM.
$7 2.V' —Four 3 room flats;" hardwood floors',
ceilings, etc.;' always; rented: lot
M.UST RE SOLD. . f>
?<", 250— .',d if , 'Richmond District: 2 flats or 4'
and 5 rooms and bath each:- price reduced,
from *7.0c0:' make offer.
?EVEN ROOM RESIDENCE.
• '.50.250- Near Pierce and Union:'owner ntlxious
to *>ll' lei 25x137:0: mortgage at $3,000
a* 5., per rent per abmun can remain.
"RICHMOND BARGAIN. ..
$.; -rO;»._ r, room residence, on corner: 27:0x100;
good locality: near Golden Gate park.'
jir, 000—-Neat 23a and La"k«'r residence of R '
rooms and bath: new; choice residence lo-
RESIDRNCB NEAR LAKE ST.' AND 2-STH AY
$5.500- —d -fioms aiid bath: gara.ee. etc. j located'
on best side of street: good marine view:
i c.-.v essv terms.- .' ■ 1 ' •
SIX'ROOM roTTAGK. . . ' -
V 5 5 00- -Hartford at.: very attractive . home: bit]
23x110: this is sn unusually pretty'block. \
HARTFOBO ST. . j
. - $3,250 -0 ro/»m residence; lot 25x120; close to
Market: this j« a very .attract ive block.
RICHMOND RJCSIDENCH.
: fB,OOC 0 room residence, close to Callfornia.'aj'd
2Sth ay.: lot 25x100 feet: terms 'half
-"•'" cssh balance can remain op .mortgage. .
BARGAINS: BARGAINS' '• '
.".-. $'.7.~.0 2 flats of 4 and 5" roonis aad hath es'-h:
*.* -cpovated and put In shepe could be
V•'. sold at a handsome pcoflt: near Fell aud
NEAP. CASTRO AND'MTU.
* 754 2 large flats of.1; "and 7 rooms and hatti
ci.c;, IoF 20- lifts feet: rents $48 .per month.
- SIN" ROOM COTTAGI7. . .
?• $30 per month: inclwlihg in-. •
:tTf-- . fi foottr cottage, pear Kith and
fxiwer"'erraee: fujl lun'ijhaar price $4.2.50.
' MAKE OFFER. • . * .
$1,100 Owe 1 very anxiaSHe to sell: lot 27: fix
137:0- Uatajß st." close to fair gro\ir»ds,
SUNSET'CORNER-,
ft.-: ■ -~ 1.1 |.-„t. earner: 32:6x100
feet: close to lOtk ay. and Irving st.:
owner anxious to sell.
Nl AR BRYANT AND ITH STS.
200 Leas than $100 per . front foot for lot
40x80 feet In the heart- of- the city.
GOLI EN GATE AY. CORNER,
ofo —GoJden Gate ay. lot: close to Parker
ex.: sire 25x100: make offer.
WILL EXCHANGE. ■
nttage; ha Corbett- ay.; bitu
miniaed street: in llfst class ah a tie; will
exchange for 2 flats and pay a.cash differ-
SUNSET TOT.
$2.7oo—fitb ay.; .25x95; close to Baldest" Gate -
LAKE\TKW. ' .. : -
$2 OtHj Store ant cottage of 5 room* and bath;
r»nted for *31 iwr month; lot 25x100 feet.
NEAR PRESIDIO PARK PANHANDLE.
$2 500 -Overlooks new park panhandle: 27: fix
100 feet: this-price includes street and
stwer worTt. • '
RICHMOND LOT. ------
$2,400 Near 3«th ay. and Clement sf.; 23x120;
convent* nt to cars.
$2 25'"' 55 feci front: 27th ay. close to Geary
$2 100 I oa 10th a v.. near K> alU'street work
$1,150 Ooae'to Pub ay. and Geatjr"; street work
done; could be put in first class shape at
verv low coax.
SBAR MTU AY. AND B ST.
$1,500 each- 2 lots. :'m*dO feet eacn; there is a
turn In Uiese: em*y rerina.
IT EDEN ST.
$L f.'X l each 2 lots. ...\9o- fi et each: nothing Of
fered In e.-ijthborhbod at a similar figu.e.
19TH- A V."
ai fQQ, diiafrrl lot in the avenue: bitummized
street. 35x95; easy tSmtSi RtetHßHMd Dis- I
k trier. '
J. W. WRIGHT A-.C0.,
228 Moutj;omcrv «L .. " r
CITY REAL ESTATE
1 nu rd
ALONG
THE MUNICIPAL CAK LINE
Beautiful Residence and
Business Property
Right on tbe Car Lino
from Fortieth Avenue West' ■ •
Most Lots have Double View.
Prices nnd Terms as Reasonable •
v As on ordinary Property.
EVERY LOT A MONEY MAKER:!
Resntlfol Homes Being Erected
throughout the District. ■
Get off the Geary st. car on 4Tth aye. snd
see the NEW nO.AIES BC4LT RY HALI.ETT.
VERY EASY TERMS.
OM one ■of our Hew circulars.
LBfMAW & • HMRSCHLEIR
• Main office. .121 Bush st
Beach office, cor. Fulton st. and 49th are.
Open daily, including Sunday.
$500 CASH
NEW nocSF.S of 4 rooms, batb and lare*
Pantry: porch; wall bed: mission finish. Pay
»in a month on your own home. CONTRACTOR,
nor 3015. Call office.
|2 OMj down and $80 pet mo.; 3 flats in Fell st.
JjMWM-t flats; $500 down and $30 per mo.
S3.7so—New residence; $r>oo down and $20
per month.
B. M. LONG, Loans and Insurance.
NW. Mi*<i(,n and 10th sts. Tel. Market 2937.
HOT SKS FOR BALK
A bargain In the Rels tract; 6 room* and 1
lot*, at 320 Raymond ay.; $l.r.00: one third cash,
balance on easy monthly payments, or $1,450 for
Si) cash. Telephone Mission 2135. O. W. OtYEN.
A RTISTIC HOMES.
21 st ay. bet. Clement and Geary—fl. 7 room
residences about completed; easy terms. ECK
ERT CO.
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company. Mills
bldg.. insure your title; save time, save money.
COTTAGES in the Mission: JlOO cash. S2O per
month. K. ANDERSON. 317 Hearst bldg.
FOR sale, cheap—7 room house and bath; yard.
3173 24th st. or call at 1207 Lane st. South.
TWO modern flats. 45 nnd 47 MeCoppin st.; part
cash. Owner. 2131 Santa Clara ay., Alameda.
5-6-7 ROO.M bouses for i, a |p on terms; 17th and
A ,T ANQFRSON. twl)d»-
COUNTRY RF.AT, ESTATE
WmAY, JJULY 2®
TO mnoMA VBSTA
the new subdivision of beautiful bomesites along
Sonoma creek, adjoining Boycs Hot Springs.
Homesites, including improvements, full-bearing
fruit trees .and grape vines. $195: $25 down.
$7.50 month. Come see the happy, contented
people who have already bought amf are enjoy-
Ine country life with city conveniences, together
with the-health-eiving mineral balhs of Boycs
Springs. Too will, wast "to be one of them. .Toln
onr- excursion Sunday. Round trip, including
Inrjob under the big oaks. $1.00. Tickets on sale
only st our office, 26 Montgomery st.. room 203.
Tel..-Sutter 757. Office .open Saturday night till
HARVEY M. TOY. President.
H. L. BARTLETT. Sales Manager.
COUNTRY COMFORT
WITH CITY CONVENIENCES
Are combined In the
MOUNT DIABLO COUNTRY
1 Why endure the crowded
eltv. when you can have
■ . - an'ldeal ACRE - for less
price than a little 25
foot city lot.
No prettier country.
No healthier locality.
Grow anything you want.
Go and see the Lafayette country.
Only "9 minutes from Osklantl.
R. N. BURGESS COMPANY.
734 Market St., San Francisco.
BRANCH OFFICES:
1588 Broadway. Oakland.
Walnut Creek. Danville.
0.14 ACRES for $I.B7s—This is very good
sandy loam soil and is a fine InvesOnenr.
1 ' Opposing land Is being sold at *500 an acre.
1 This acreage faces south on Walnut Creek
I' road and is opposite a 20 acre tract where
the' owner Is now RtSt completing a $0,000
rcrnianent home. The view from this prnp
| erfy- is very beautiful and this particular
Piece 1« wonderfully located for a home. Call
on PERCIVAL C. MILLS, main office. 2113
1 RaMtOek aye.. Berkeley, Cal., or 1512 Broad
way. Oakland. ■ Cal.
4 ACRES for $I.973—This land lies perfectly
almost level, is near Walnut Creek and fronts
on Pleasant- Valley road and Highland aye. It
Is bounded on one side by a rreek with mag
nificent oak trees. The soil is a sandy loam
and- plenty of water can be had at shallow
depth. Adtoiulng land sold recently and
.owner is building and planting to fruit trees.
See this at on«e. Address PERCIVAL C.
' MILL 3. main office 2115 Shattuck aye., Ber
j keley." Cal.. or 1512 Broadway. Oakland.
2 ACRES for $450—-Here is a very fine piece
of land for a small home site. The soil is
I .a.sandy loam. It Is close to Lafayette station
"of Oakland & Antioch Rv.. and commands a
fine view. Address PERCIVAL C. MILLS,
main office. 2115 Shatuok are.. Berkeley. CsL.
or 1512 Broadway. Oakland. Cal.
GOOD BUY IN SONOMA COUNTY -
$750—14 acres, mile from Kidd creek statton.
near Cazadero. • -
'MBA-L-5 acres. 1 mile from Glen Ellen.
$300 pe r acre—4S acres in fruit; hay and corn;
will subdivide; near Fulton
SONOMA HOME FINDING CO . $16 Pacific bid.
IrrlsratioT Project The Only Thine' Of Its Kind'
In California. Bf*t Land From $50 To $»5 An
Acre. Soil Will Grow Alfalfa. And Everything
C25 : 'C,27 Monadnock Building. S. F. .
FOR sale 00 account of death. Stei-n's ranch «t
Mt. Eden. Alameda Co..' Cal. &v, acres with
poultry and stock! particulars owner -Write
to MRS 11. 11. STEIN. Mt. Eden.. Alameda
< <>.. Cel.. or 223 Seeiner st.. San Francisco*.Cal.
. .No. agents.
FREE HOMESTEADS--2.oO{f*>oO- ACRES
•Deeded Iftnds. SS to $40 -per 'acre: ready for
plowing; .-yields 25' to $0 bushels wheat.: finest
.Inland cTlmhte: low hom'eseeker's" excursions
Wrire for literature. IMMIGRATION BUREAU
p M. A St." P.. Ry . Seattle. Wash. '
•TWJBNTi .'acres nf best alfal'fH iaad. with' per
fect water rieht and lowest-water rates In the
i sir.f t - : prr cent cash, balance on most favor
able terass. Aiai'iai OWNER, box 2201, Pat
■ ' .
RA NT TIES PENINSULA- NEAR STANFORD.
LOS ALTOS: largest P«rt; be*t bargains: see
us ..vou won't regret; v.illa homes: exchange
.HEBARD, *SIS Pacfiic biulding. S. F.. or May-
I ' field. Cal. Open all holidays and Sundays.
FOR smlc—l6.a. chicken ranch. $2,500; chickens,
'horse* and pens: plenty fruit and ls»rries; -half
f-ash; or will exchange for R. F.'income up to
$6,000. balance cash or mortgage. P. O box
I ■ -285, Petaluma.
I 2,5 ACRES, nearly all plow, land: 4 room unfln
.Jsbe.-l house: spring, creek: -rood rosdl,. 1H
tnlies from station: X2.OW. half cash. ADAMS
A DAVID. SURVEYORS. 325 Rush st. '
PRETTY little eesmttry htWlMgllO. $195; $25
■ down: -fruit trees: along Sonoma creekv near
El W-rano: must sell. AddTcss box "130.. Call.
CONTRA coSTA enfeoff 1 real e«tste for sale.
jetW -for lief. P. T WEST MAftlnes. Qsl.
1.8 ROOM" cottrtge. $20; privilege buying $2,500;
$!CO cash: Other. places cheap: Claremont Key
f Rrrfie. -Mara station. JOHN Y-OUNQ. 538 55th.
I BARGAIN- Nearly new 7 room home. 2419 East
2otb at..- Oakland. ...
. a . j; . 1 c .'i '
ALA HEP A REAL ESTATE
FOR ssie—Madera T room bungaloiv ;"1 ■ year old;
remeat ex tar lor; lorleeed steeping porch: largV
•lot; nrariiie vis-xv; parks: beach: train cars,
all are" at hand: all modern built: In effe<-t. '
| one of the most unique and desirable homes in
Alameda: business \ iews compel gale; a bar
gain: easy terms. Box fill. Call office. Ala
meda.
A nine room house, best location, lot 38x207;
mpst be seen to be appreciated. Apply 213$
Ssni-i Clara ay
H AYYV \ Hi) REAL EBTATB
LARGE lots or tracts of half acre or more, best
of fruit and veeetable lands: easy terms: free
hook lets.. H. R. ROBINSON, general agent
lands of Meek estuie. Havward. Csl.
■ ... —
g i r.I V \ LLET MEAL ESTATE
i SPECIALIST in Real Estate Bargains. Right
treatment. Yqur interests cared for.
WILL FALLEY,
MILL VALLEY.
RICHMOND [JEALJESTJJJE
LOTS $150 Easy teraxa; Marine view Terrsee;
best close-in property In Richmond. WEN
11AM A- PAUL. IHI San Pablo ay.. Oakland.
FOTTA3CA
LOCATED on electric line between Riverside and
Los Angeles; write for handsome illustrated
~ booklet on orange and lemon growing to KARL.
BREHME. 1031 37 Phelan building. S. 9*l i
phont- SiUler 4299 °
BAILROATJ laitps
CENTRAL PACIFIC .R. R. LAND.
1 20.000 acres,, within lp miles Reno. Nevada, on.
railroad; price* 52.-50 to .SH» -per acre;" terms,
10 years' time, one-tenth- cash,.' .. .
'southern pacific land'agency,
i. 702 Market et., San- Francisco. ' I
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1913.
CHSTR AjCOjm
9.91- ACRES for $1.875— Oakland road basses
on two sides wf the property, and It !s nesr
Lafayette station- of Oakland and Antioch Ry.
All of this piece is good soil end about 4
acres are perfectly level and suitable for
Slfalfa or truck gardens, balnnce rolling hill,
suitable for fruits. Will sell on easy term*.
This' Is 'a good buy. Address main office.
PERCtVAL C. MILLS. 2113 Shattuck ay..
Berkeley. Cal., or 1312 Broadway, Oak
land. .Cal.
313 ACRES for $050—This piece of land,
pear Oakland nfd Antioch station at Pleasant
Hill, has a double entrance, ns It fronts on
2 roads, it lies well, has good soil and a
beautiful ontlook. If yon are looking for a
pretty homesite and one that will produce
an income at -the same- time, you would
• appreciate this. Address, main office. PER
ORAL C. MILLS. 2115 Shattuck ay.. Berke
ley, Cal. or"1512 Broadway. Oakland. Cal.
LOTS FOR SUMMER HOMES—Permanent horns
and camping In Redwood canyon, right on the
new Oskland-Antioch railway; $100 snd up on
easy payments; only 17 minutes from Broad
way. Oakland. Send for map. GEORGE W.
AUSTIN. 1422 24 Broadway, Syndicate bulld-
Inc. Oakland.
TORRAKCB
CALIFORNIA'S MODERN INDUSTRIAL CITY,
located oa steam snd electric railroads be
tween Los Angeles and" its harbor. For infor
mation relative to business opportunities, rest
eStste Investments snd factory altes, write
KARL BREHME. 1031-37 Puelau building.
Phone Putter 4200.
_ aOWOMA COtTKTY LAKPB
WRITE J. W. HORN CO. of Petaluma for large,
fee H*t of Sonoma county bargains.
SANTA C RUZ RE AiL EST AT E
HOMES, ranches, acreage; exchange; price list.
WILSON BROS.. Santa Cm/. Cal.
BCJSntESS CHANCES
LUH&.ECK'S
CALIFORNIA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST
BROKERS
Incorporated Under Laws of California.
Banking. Brndstreet's and R. G. Dun's Reference.
BUSINESS SOLD KVERYAVHEISE.
Courteous. Prompt. Efficient Service.
Our lifetime experience in this busi
ness enables us to procure for yon tlie
best possible opportunities obtainable.
LUBECK'S INVESTAIENT COMPANY.
Sixth floor Pacific building. Market at 4th.
PARTNERSHIP —OH NTRY HOTEL AND BAR.
I<ocation unexcelled In a live town:
well furnished and a successful busl
uess: a practical man only will be con
sidered. An opportunity at $1,000.
wortli three limes the price ssked.
LUBECK'S. Si-rtl) Floor. Pacific bldg.
POOLROOM AND BOWUNO ALLEYS.
A beautifully equipped place, located In
one of the most thriving towns In Cal
ifornia: clears $300 to $500 a month;
price $4,500, terms.
LUBECK'S. Sixth 1 -Moor. Pacific bldg.
RESTAURANT IN NE.VBBY CITY.
Thoroughly equipped and possessing the
best location In that city: a real money
maker : will bear rigid Investigation; a
bargain st $3,000.
LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg.
OARAGE. BLDG. 40x120: VALLEY TOWN.
All tools: air compressor, gasoline tanks
ami pumps: all ready on fine paying
basis: automobile agencies. Fine chance.
See us.
LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg.
dandy LUNCH counter. 12 stools.
Third st. location: price $275. not $274:
right -location; right restaurant: for
right price; opportunity awaiting the
right man- never for sale before. See
LJJBBCK'B. Sixth Floor, Pacific bldg.
HALF INTEREST IN SALOON.
1108 given you half interest in good
paving first class estftb. business. See
U BECK S. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg.
noar stand, fixtures and stock.
Heart of hotel and pQstOfflee district;
will sell at Invoice.
LUBECKS. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg.
PARTNERSHIP CREAMERY AND GROCERY.
Milk route; select stock: neat fixtures;
' established 4 years; good sslary. equsl
share of profits to young man who is
willing to attend to business.
LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg
$1,000 SALOON—A GREAT BUT.
Splendid Mission district location: rent
only $05 mo.: lease to 1910: fine flx
... tnres. cash register, stock; also fi fur
nished rooms. $1,000 takes It. Biggest
••nap listed in- our office for some time.
LUBECK'S. Sixth rinor. -Pacific bldg.
GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE. $850.
This place has also a good cigar bust
ness; 3 attractive living rooms are In
eluded. A positive bargain st $850.
LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg.
RESTAURANT located north of Market St.. in
the very best downtown locality. There
will not be another chance to get a
restaurant like this. A great opportu
nity for man and wife. Snap for
$1,250. To responsible parties we will
loan part of price if desired.
LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg.
MOTION PICTURE THEATRE—SSOO cash ban'
dies: one of tlie best locations «ero*s
the bay: .300 seating capacity: organ:
. machine. A fine business.
LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. PaoitV bldg.
MEAT MARKET: FINK LOCATION: $2.50
Buys complete little shop: refrigerator:
' i marble top'counters. See ,
■ LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. Pacific bldg.
IJOTBI, AND BAR. PROSPEROUS TOWN.
54 rooms in main hotel. 20 In annex:
finely tarnished anil equipped: bar alone
,hvs over $50 a day; hotel $100 daily;
reasonable rent: long lense: l>cst propo
" sition on Pacific coast: $8.500. terras.
Being sold on account partners.
LUBECK'S. Sixth Floor. Pacific l.ldg.
ONE of the best cafes ju the eitv: $3,000 will
handle. ISO Sutter st., room 31 L
40 ROOMS: good lease: must sell: leave eltv on
account health., ISO Sutter st.. room 311.'
$350 buys good paying express business. ISO
Sutter St., room 311. See B. C. INVT CO.
RAP.BER slK'p; owner leaving city: must sell
■very cheap. IWi Sutter st., room fit. B. C.
INVT. CO.
GOOD bakery: fine paving bu-lnes<; $3:o See
B. C. INVT. CO.. 1«0 Sutter St. room 311.
$150 handles goad pnvine (onfectionerv. See B
0, IVVT. CO.. ISO Suiter si., room Si 1.
$150 buys Working Interest In business paving
.«•-'.*. to S4O iter week each. ISO Sutter, r. .311.
ADVERTISER- controls exclusive (monopoly) en
terprise, with. $25,000 stock Oinineumboredi.
machinery, patents, copyrights: output renders
s'Kt per cenf profit; wholesale and export: de
sires experienced commercial man: $3,500 re
quired: readt for immediate operation. Box
0209. Call office. Oakland.
YOUNG MAN TO TAKE AN ACTIVE INTER
EST IN PROGRESSIVE AND WELL EST \B
LISHED LAND BUSINESS. AN BXCEP
TI.O.N'AL CHANCE FOR THE RIGHT PARTY.
Must hdve some tixrcutive ahilltv and $500
cash srhiefa Is fully secured. Call 35*. -Monad
nock building.
I AM BUILDING A PERMANENT 50 ROOM
HOTEL-ON FAIR GROUND, including large
lobby, bar. billiard room, cigar stand, vorv
Inrge dining room and kitchen. I want a first
. ;.iss practical partner. I will pay the rent
till April. 1910. nnd give right man a half
interest for $8,000. My outlay is $30,000
Apply 040 Monadnock building.
WANTED—I or 2 first class cafe men to t«ke
over lunch counter and grill: receipts $100 per
day: the leading place In the thriving town of
Eureka. Humboldt county; 8500 required for
stock only; to appreciate this offer you must
see owner. Hotel Mcrliu, room 500, from 2:30
to 6 p. ni.
LADY <r gent of intelligence with $2.00(1 cash
and services (or furnish substitute! • plain of
flee work: experience unnecessary; exceptional
epportunlty; ground floor proposition; handle
your own money; salary $200 month ami per
centage of Immense profits. See manager, room
$8. 004 Market st.. S. P.
I HAVE 4<> agencies for snarpening safes v razor
blades; also machine: will sell business Tor 150
C. H. CUNNINGHAM. Gordon bote!. 7th and
Mission sts.
AN exceptional opportunity to purcirase a SAT
URDAY EVENING Post and JOURNAL routs
in this city; splendid prospects. Inquire 1014
Phelan bidg.
FOR sale—U. S. *nd Canadian patents on a use
ful kitchen utensil* will sell outright or.on
royalty Address A. B, BURDIN-. 21,3Q J_ake st
SAN RAFAEL—-Butcher bnsrn.'ssj established
35 years;: must be sold. HERZOG A CO. - Ban
.Rafael.
NINE ROOM HOUSE, furnished: rent $30. large
yard;. 2- kitchens; marine- vi»*w;. price* $250
.Apply at 7R7 North Point st. near Hyde.
CORPORATION business of, eaceptioaa!
merit wrfn'fs lady.br gent to set as secretary;
dunes very simple; experience unnecessary
• $1,000 cash required. Fully secured, libera'
salary snd interest ia' profits. Room 15. utu
Market St., S. F- f
BUSINESS CHANCES
HOTEL for sale or rent: established 23 vesrs;
railroad workingmen and the best transient
trade in town; opposite S. P. depot and N. P.
depot; man and wife preferred: small capital.
Apply or write JOS. P. HANMAN. Stockton,
Cat. .
NEAR HYDE, on North Point St.—Furnished
flajt. 3 ROOMS A Nil BATH, GAS AND COAL
RANGE: LARGE YARD ■ MARINE VIEW: 3
BLOCKS FROM FA IR grounds; rent $25. 7oT
North Point st. a
ONE of the best located SATURDAY EVENING
POST routes In Sari Francisco for sale: this
route pays a splendid Income, and for a young,
enterprising man It offers big opportunities for
s large increase.. 101*-Phelan hide.
FOR sale, or trade for general merchandise or
real estate —An up ro date grocery business;
bear strictest investigation; best bank refer
ences: res sons, • family troubles. Box 566,
Call office.
VALUABLE pateats nay better than gold mines;
write for list "Patents for Sale." RAN
DOLPH k CO.. Patent Attorneys. Washing
ton. D. C.
FOR rent—Restaurant and delicatessen, all fur
nished, at Melrose depot. WYMAN LAND
COMPANY. «
FOR sale—First class newspaper route on morn
ing paper. Apply Circulation Department. Saa
Francisco Call.
FINE restaurant: good lease; pood business;
price reasonable for quick sale. ■ Q H ipfl46 gddy.
fKYE STMENTS
if 3%r Gfeltft
We own and offer sublect io prior sale $lo 000
CITY OF BURLINfiAME. CALIFORNIA, 7%
street improvement BONDS in DENOMINA
TIONS OF FROM $150 TO $500. as the pur
chaser may desire. INTEREST PAYABLE SEMI
ANNUALLY AT THE OFEH F OF THE CITY
TREASURER OF BURLING AMR. Price par and
accrued Interest to date of delivery. Full par
ticulars regarding this is-ue upon request.
WESTERN PAVING COMPANY. Bnrlingame,
Cal.
A E. WHITE COMPANY.
323 building.
Principal Brokers in Nonlisted Securities.
WE WILL SELL:
200 Mascot fV>plM>r $2.20
1.000 Boston Pacific Oil Wanted
100 Vulcan Fire Ins. Co 11.00
100-California Sf;fte Life Ins 13.50
50 Western States Life Insurance C 0... 8.50
1.000 Pyramid Oil. 13
And many Others In amounts to suit.
ST©CISALE-SMAfN]
WASWEID) •
None but rood men apply
to place tlie treasury stock of
an established land eompanv.
332 BANKERS' INVESTMENT BLDG.
7-12 MARKET ST.
INVESTMENTS—We have capital for conserva
tive real estate Investments in California where
nuick action and nrnflt is assured. Address
CHARLES A. STANTON A CO.. Inc.. First
National Rank building. San Francisco. Cal.
\A COMPANIES INCORPORATED, PROMOT
ED: legally organized ', books opened: stocks
floated. CANNAPA V A CO.. 503 Pacific bblg.
Ccrporatinn experts and financial agents.
I HAVE a block of ]on> in the inner harbor sec-
Hon of Richmond which I must sacrifice for
cash. ROl 0241. Call office. Oakland.
YOUNG man experienced In business has $2,500
to invest in fuel or hardware business, with
services. Rox IST, Call office.
CHESTER B. ELLIS A- CO..
Largest dealers in unlisted stocks and bonds.
714 Market st. opp. Call building.
AUTOMOBILE Funding Co. of America will sell
limited number of shares at par. $10: Indorsed
hy bankers and bus., men. 374 Monadnock bldg.
WILL buy NATIONAL WIBBLERS telephone
stock. F. J. GOLDEN. Merchants' National
Bank building: phone Douglas 832.
MO\EY TO LOAN
WE LOAN $10 or more on FURNITURE. PIANOS.
SALARIES, etc.. st REASONABLE RATES:
LONG TIME and EASY PAYMENTS. You get
the money en TWO HOURS' NOTICE.
$ .S5 weekly pays a $15 loan.
$1.35 weekly pays a $30 loan.
$1.65 weekly pays a $50 loan.
Other sums In proportion. You pay monthly If
you wish. It is e'asv 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..
229 Monadnock bldg..
6SI Market st.. Second floor.
AAA—HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE.
PIANOS. ETC : $10 TO $200: LOW COST:
CONFIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE
DEAL.
CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE.
357-9 PACIFIC BLDG.. FOURTH and MARKET.
PHONE DOUGLAS 3205.
OAKLAND office. 518 First National Bank bldg.
WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT; no Indorser:
confidential; no red tape methods; $1 a week
pays $15 loan. $2 week pays $30 loan: $3 week
pa'vs $45 loan! $4 week pays $00 loan; call and
see us. THE ROYAL INVESTMENT COM
PANY. 750 Phelan building.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos, and other
security: lowest rates; most favorable terms In
the city; see others, then see me and bf con
vinced; will save you money: $2.25 weekly
pays $50 lean. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE
W. MILLER. 3009 16th st.. southwest corner
Mission, room 35. _______
LOANS to salaried persons. WAGE earners.
TEACHERS. CITY EMPLOYES and OTHERS
with FIXED incomes; also OTHER proposi
tions, including advances on INSURANCE and
WAREHOUSE receipts: rates reasonable; pay
ments easy. 433 Phelan bldg.: ph. Douglas 3244.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE AND
others upon their own names; cheap rates; easy
payments; confidential. D. H. TOLMAN. 949
Pbelah bldg. and rm. 9, 470 13th St.. Oakland.
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO..
Gold and Silver Smiths,
29-35 Kearny st.
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
Luadky Mom-iy—sss
Any amount on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, 2%.
MAXFERD LOAN OFFICE. 17 4th st. nr. Mkt.
CASH advanced on salaries; no security; lowest
rates. 313 Merchants' Exchange building;
phono Dougles 1411. and 508 Call building,
phone Sntter 2537.
AAA—SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co.. 321 Phelan bldg.. third floor.
AAA Wage earners, either ru p n or women, can
make a loan In strictest confidence at the EM
PLOYES' CREDIT CO.. r. 124 Monsdaoc. bldg;
$10 to $100 advanced on your salary. Our rates
are the cheapest In this oily. Don't fall to see
us. UNION CREDIT CO.. 300 Phelan bldg.
INVESTIGATE our discount plan: we loan all
salaried people: see ns: save money; dealings
confidential. 521 Phelan building: Kearny 3247.
golden GATE LOAN OFFICE, ito Kearny st.
Low rates on Jewelry. W. .1. TTESTIIAL.
CASH LOANED to salaried men on note-without
indorser. MORRELL. 1007 Monadnock bid?.
SALARY LOANS. $5 up: cheapest rates. D. D.
DRAKE. 048 Market st.
LADY will make loans on furniture and pianos
to desirable parties; privacy. Box- 628. Call.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 105-7 FILLMORE ST.
MONEY TO EesJ Eftlto
AAA A—WILL LOAN ANY AMOUNT at lowest
Interest on first, second and third mortgages.
• eststes In- probate, undivided Interest: deal
directly With lender: no delay. R. McCOLGAN.
502-503 Call building, corner -3d and Market:
phone Douglas. 2535; The.oldest established Bnd
leading financial agepcy on the Pacific coast.
AA A—JS'O COMMISSION CHARGED.
BANK INTEREST -Ist and 2d MORTGAGES;
LOAN 20 per cent more than BANKS.
San Francisco. Oakland. Town and Farm Lands.
BHADBURNE CO.. 715 Mona.lnork bldg.
ANY amount on real estate, first or sewnd mort
gages; no delay: very lowest rate.i. If yonr
property Is mortgaged and you seed snore
money. see us rmme a '' , » tp '* r - °- W. BECKER,
Monadnock bid.. 6SI Market: tel. Douglas 2150.
LA ROE OR SMALL A MOUNTS. 0. OU, or 7 per
eefit. flat or Installment. Call or write O. E.
'WANS. 2307 Mission * f -
LEGAL ANi> OFFICIAL~~
ST. FRANCIS' Girls Directory Orphan Asylum.
Central ay. and Waller sts.. has admitted din
ing the 0 months ending .Tune 30. 1913, the
following orphan, half-orphan and abandoned
boys and girls: Josephine Labarhera, 11 years;
Antoni Labarhera. 7 years s inontlw-. La Verne
Virginia Miller. 5 years ti months: Minnie
Alma Miller. 3 years 9 months; Mary Catta
llna. io venrs 9 months; Dora Cattallna. 5
venrs 2 months; VerglMo Cattalina. 3 years 9
months: Alberto Cattallna. 2 years 8 months;
Margaret pierce. 12 years hi mouths; Mabel
Pjeu—. 11 years 2 mowths; Marian M. Moore.
0 years o months: Charles 11. Moore, 4 years
'; months,
Classified Directory |
*for Ready Reference, j
ACrOl Pin.
JOHN R. BfJCKiTBLL. C. '!•. A . f]o*,rVi«n»
; SprpQkels (Call! hutldiT.g; phone Kearny 41-Vl.
17-j ™ Errs . :
J) VOfj CONTEMPI-ATI". BIT!.DING Sir want a
capable architect to superintend construction of
building, call or writ* O. K. EVANS, N. C,
• Z3<i. Mission st. : • ■ _ '
ATTORNEYS
'Otqgnß AMm S^^rffiS
lately confidential; results gtd. Rm. SOI. Call bid.
R. W. KING, attorney. Grant bldg.. Market and
7th. room 320—A1l cases; lu\v foes; nothlhg to
advance or for consultation. Phone Market 912.
A A—FREE LEGAL INFORMATION BUBKAU
with reliable law firm; all cases quickly han
dled: we advance all costs. 003 Chronicle bid.
ALL CASES handled by reliable■ attorney: those
of small means welcome; pay when work is
done, advice free. 1112 Market st.. office 122.
ADVICE FREE—Decrees, damages, collections
and all )aw cases quickly and quietly handled.
523 Market st. near 4th. room ."07.
HARRIS k HESS, attorneys at law. W. T. Hess,
notary public—Room 709. Hearst building.
BABY CARRIAGES
FINEST , AND CHEAPEST IN THE CITS.
$10, $12, $15. $20. Strictly home Industry.
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS.
11-41 Sutter st.
~ SOLAI. PRINTS _
PORT RAITS, frames, bromide - solar - albumen
prints. Chicago Copy Co.. 1021 G. Gate ay.
BUSINESS COLLEGES •
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil,
Klectrieal. Mining. Architectural: day. even
ing; established 1803. 425 McAllister st.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1008
Market st. opp. 5th —Day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend GALLAGHER
MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1230 Market st.
JIND PLEATING
Steele's Button Wks.. 222 Kills nr. Mason: tel.
Franklin 4521 and ( 4321 —Mall orders solicited.
JCARPET CLEANING
S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 397
Sutter St.: phone Kearny 5532 tBLUE
WAGON) —Carpets, rugs, quickly, thoroughly
cleaned oo floor without removal; estimates
free.
WHEN yon become disgusted with poor work,
send your carpets to J. SP.UT.PING A CO.,
853 Tehama st.; Douglas 3048. Home J2347.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning; alterations,
renovating, laying. 444 Dlvlsadero':ph.Park 509.
AA — National Carpet Beating Works —Hampton
4 Bailey. 844-348 Church; Mkt. ISO. Mkt. 190.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL 13
AT 1057 FILLMORE ST.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
EABi NOISES positively cured: new: antiseptic;
1 week free to convince. DR. COTTI NGIiAM,
expert ear, nose, throat. 821 Market, room 402.
CHIRD-PRACTIC . :
CHIROPRACTIC.
Chlro-praetle doctors making $500 a, month
because they cure. DR. REIDL'S SCHOOL, 410
20th st. near Broadway. Oakland.' '
COLLECTIONS
DWYER'S LAW AND COLLECTION COMPANY
—No charge unless successful. 503 Pacific
building: phone P.mgla,s ;j:;o4.
COSTIMES
LADIES' elegant costumes for theatrical, private
entertainments, masquerades: costumes made
to order and rented. Trans-Pacific Amusement
Enterprise. 1420 Ilewes hhlg.-: Douglas 3234.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH—"THIS ONE THINO I
DO." DR. C. E.WILSON, 323 Geary, suite 004.
DR. IRA G. LEEK—AII kinds of dental work.
517 Fillmore st. near Oak.
77 _pET^WES~
A. E. LUCAS DETECTIVE AGENCY. 713-15
PACIFIC BLDG.—TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL: ESTAB. 1880; TERMS REA
SONABLE: GIVE RESULTS. SUTTER 585.
A—NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY. 542 Pa
clfic bldg.; expert oi»erators licensed and bond
ed; all branches detective work.Tel.Sutter 2(525.
MISSION BRANCH~ITf _ THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA. ST.
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School
—Evening classes; patterns cut to order. 121
Geary st. near Grant ay. : tel. Donglas 4731.
ARTISTIC modish work. $1: dresses. $3 np.
Phone Mission ."'137. 3031 23d st. pear Douglass.
ELECTRIC SIGNS
ELITE ELECTRIC SIGN CO., KM 2d It.-—Sine
trie signs our spec.: jobbing. Tel. Doug. 5061.
HOMES FOR THE AGED
COMFORTABLE home for old peop!e..'34l East
14th st.. Oakland.
INSECTS BXTEBMIHATEP
WE guarantee to rid your premises of INSECTS.
THE INSECTICIDE CO.. 030 Phelan building.
CUATRB
SOLD, rented, exchanged: manufacturer of Eames
tricycle chair. 1711 Market sr.: tel. Park 2940.
STATEMENT
OF TFIE CONDITIONS AND \FFAIRS OF TIIK
OLD COLONY INSURANCE
COMPANY
Or ROSTOX. in tho state of Massachusetts, on
the :Usr day of December. A. D. 1912. and for
tho year ending on that day. Published pursuant
to the Provision* of Section 011 of the Political
Code and compiled from the annual statement
filed with the Insurance Commissioner of the
State of California:
CAPITAL * ...
Amount of capital stock, paid np '•'«
In cash : $400,900.00
ASSETS
Mortgage loans 00.000.00
Caab market value "f all stock.* ami
bouds owned hy company. 1,090.500.00
Cash in office ' J.. 9,868.40
Cash in banks 5M.197.52
Interest due and accrued 3.135.00
Agents' balances representing busi
ness written suliseipient to Oct. 1,
1912 . 57.050.8 C
Bills receivable, not matured, taken
for fire and marine risks ' 390.00
Total assets $1,334,708.05
LIABILITIES '.
Losses adjusted and unpaid $1,272.74
Losses in process of adjustment or
In suspense 55.510.03
Lossps resisted. Including expenses.'. . 5.250.00
Unearned premiums on fire risks run-'
nlng one year or less. 50 per cent 141.924.05
Unearned premiums on fire risk* run
ning more than one jcar, pro rata -195.073.18
Unearned premiums on inland navi
gation risks. 50 per cent. .......... 41.064.29
Unearned premiums on ms)|yne risks.
50 and 100 per cent 17.873.34
Estimated taxes hereafter payable
based upon this year's business. . '5.055.10
Commissions and brokerage due or to
become due 9.833.47
Reinsurance premiums and return
premiums ..' '. > '• 236.32
All other liabilities 102.00
Total liabilities $480,087.38.
INCOME
Net cash actually received, for fire
premiums $(32,552.9S
Net cash actually received for marine .
premiums . 144.r00.10
Received for interest on mortgages.. . 2',5*}5.00
Received from interest and dividends •
on bonds, stocks, loans and from
all other sources....: 45,245.15
Oro---; profit on sale or maturity of' . .
ledger assets • ." 929.50'
Cross increase In hook value of led- .* ' .
ger assets ...: , 11.25
Total Income $025,823.98
EXPENDITURES
Net amount paid for fire 1055e5...... $247,990.40
NpT amount paid for marine losses.. " 07.721.13
Expenses of adjustment and settle
ment of losses ....» 7,390.33
Paid or allowed for commission or
brokerage 129.305.r4
Paid for salaries, fees and other
charges for officers, clerks, etc... 28.500.00
Paid for state, national and local
taxes 12.567.59
All other expenditures 21.110.81
Total expenditures. $314,058.18
Fire Marine
;.<>-- s incurred during the
year * «24fi.560.52 $73,089.13
RISKS AND PREMIUMS
Flrp Risks Premiums
Net amount of rUks
wrlttPti during the
year $70,540,806 $724,755.,!S
Net amount of risks
expired during tbe
year G2.300,153 002.043.88
Net amount In force De
cember 31. 1012.....'. 61.170.275 090,805.91
Marine Risks Premiums
Net amoant of risks ...
written during tho ■
. year $12.080.4.19 $282,730.13
Net a«iofiut of risks ex- . * . .
expired during the * ' •
year ..•.......". r. 10.573.775 " 242.239.40
Net amount in force De- _>'•''"■■'.
eember 81, I*l*l 4.106.050**' 12.3,011.tt2
"WILLIAM R..HEDt>K. Vice President.
CHARLES D. HODGES, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to" before me this 29th
day of Jar-nary. 1913. . . ■ . .
' JOHN P. MORGAN, Notary 'Public..
CURTIS & tiORDON. MGRS.,
* . Pacific e'oast Department.*
300 t \LIKOH\I \ STREET..' -.
• • Sau Fiaucisc'o, Cai.
E. CURTIS
AUCTIONEER
Office nnd Salesroom. Van Neaa at Sacramento.
Phone Franklin 2264. The old established
house of CURTIS—-No connection with any
branch. .
1 L_——■■_»«■■■■—ms**—^
LADDERS
" THE I ADDER MAN."
-~n Papifle hid.: Douglass 854.
NEW LUMBER $10. shingles $1.50. rustic $20,
doers $1 10; send lists. SWIFT & CO., 10th
aud Mission sts.
MATERNITY HOMES
S. F. LIJINO IN lIOMH, 1191 Oak et.—Adoption.
DR. LORD, res, pur.: cr-nfmt. $2.'. Mkt. 4409.
MEAT MARKET
FLEXIBLE Meat Market. 1254 9th sr.. SunsnL
IRWIN BERG prop. Phone orders Sunset 1001.
MEDICAL
INVALID chairs, elastic hosier*, atwlomlnal belts.
858 Sutter st. PERCY .T. MEYER A- CO.
SEXOID cures weakness In men: $1. RAYMOND
P.I'M CO.. 13 7th 't.. S. F.
METAL WORKS
Fully equipped to do light metal presswork.
MODELS MADE AND PERFECTED.
1240 Oolden Gale ay.: phone West 271 St.
~^MOOEL T MAKING
THE Inventor's machinist: machinery experts. I
A. SCHNEIDER ENGINEERING WORKS. 13th
and Shntwcll sts.. S, F. .
T^PATENT ATTORNEYS
DEWEY. STRONG & CO.. founded IS6O—U. S.
and foreign patents: Inventors' guide; 100 me
chanical movements free. 914-916 Crocker bldg.,
San Francisco.
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex examiner IT. S. patent office;
TT. S. and foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.
H. patent, trademark attorney.
417 First National Bank building. Oakland.
G. W. WlEGAND—Patents, trademarks, etc.. 303
Security Bank hHg, Oakland: phone Oak. ?,'.C.3..
PENSIONS
M. 11. SAMMIS. pension atty.: pensions, back pay.
- lost arm.'' p.'oers secured. 1004 Larkin. suite 5.
A—SPECIALIST IN FEMALE COMPLAINTS —
Established in San Francisco for 20 years; sure
and quick results: strict, reliable graduate
physician: no detention from home or occupa
tion: my methods are original and are not used
by ether specialists: antiseptic and painless.
.My offices are so arranged that the utmost,
privacy Is assured. Consultation and advice
free. Room 3. 1025 MARKET ST. bet.-6th and
7th; hours 10 to 4. 6:30 to 9 ; Sunday 11 to 3.
SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN; " . '
When worried consult this specialist: antisep
tic, .painless treatment: Immediate results: ad
vice free; sanatorium when required; HOURS
10 4. Westbank bldg.. 830 Market st.. room 005.
IF worried, consult at once: painless treatment:
confinement $25, with nurse. Suite 101. -787
Market st.
A — DR. CARD, diseases of women, formerly 517
23d st.. Oakland; low fees: advice free: hours
10-4. 412 Westbank bldg.. Market St.. S. F.
ALL obstinate and chronic diseases specialty.
1595 Sutler SE cor. Webster: . 11-7 week days.
PIANO TTNTStO
PIANOS tuned, polished and repaired: work euar
anteed. Lacuna Piano Co., 727 1-ac-uwa:
MAY R. NICHOLS. 300-7 Humboldt Bank hide.:
tel. Douglas 5447 —Public stenographer; legal
work, technical reports, plays, parts, cues,
multi-color presswork.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH" OF THE CALL IS
AT 1057 FILLMORE ST.
Tjtrtnj^
FEW uncalled for second hand trunks and suit
cases for sale cheap. Levey's Big Trunk Fac
-' N <-■-'' ■ '"-".'''' : h' ■ '' ; ' -■ - "'' 92
S T V MMER T N O ~~
STAMMER Method to cure explained FREE.
M. L. HATFIELD. 1918 Prove. Oakland. Cal
AA —LINCOLN WAREHOUSE AND VAN CO..—
Low rates; storage, moving, packing, shipping.
2310-20 Fillmore st.; phone West 4104.
•EXCURSION rates east on household goods:' $1.73
per hundred to Chicago; through car service.
BEKINS VAN A STORAGE CO. .
WILSON BROS. CO.. fireproof storage, moving,
packing, shipping. Removed to 1030 Market st.
near Halght: phone. Park 271.
PIBRCE-RODOLPH STORAGE CO.". 1450 Eddy
st.: phone West V2S, Home S-2S2S.
-r ; WALL paper /; _ 1
WALL PAPER. 4c-3c roll: bouse lining. I%ke yd.;
paint. $1 asl M. Merlgan & Co.. U47 Ellis.
ELECTRIC RAILWAY
TO EXTEND LINES
Big Four Will Build North
Into Hanford and
Fresno '
Xpws has reached, this city to the
effect that the Big Four Electric rail
way, which now' has a portion of its
line completed from Tulare tor Wood
lake, will apply to the state railroad
commission for permission to increase
Its capital stock to $5,000,000, with the
intention of extending its lines north
into Dinuba, Hanford and Freano.
The road Is now graded as far as
Woodlake, a distance of a little more
than 21 miles from Tulare, and work is
started on the branch toward Porter
ville. The. roadbed is ready for the lay
ing of rails, and this will be done ,a«
soon as the steel arrives, which has
already been ordered.
The Big Four was' organized a year
or more ago, principally «with Tulnre
and Visalia capital, but since that time
southern capitalists have, taken stock.
A- : few months ago application was
made and granted to increase • the
capital stock $100,00,0 from its orig
inal figdre of half a million. The per-,
miss.ion was granted hy the commis
sion 'on condition that the 'company
first sell a majority of its first issue
of capital stock. 'This was accom
plished by means of Interesting people
at Tulare, Visalia, Woodville and Por
terville in the enterprise and getting
local capital to take small blocks of
stock.
--* # #
H. G. Cook, general store keeper of
the Southern Pacific company a; Sacra
mento, has been appointed general
store keeper of the Pacific system of the
same company, with headquarters In
the Flood building. He succeeds H. C.
Pearce, who resigns to become purchas
ing agent Ind general store keeper of
the Seaboard Air Line a,t Norfolk, Va.
The change is effective July 17. Mr.
Cook is well known in western railroad
circles and has made an enviable record
at Sacramento.
*• * * #
Tn accordance wfth the act of con
gress providing for fe/leral valuation of
railway properties the Rock Island
lines have named the following valua
tion committee: J. B. Berry, assistant
to the president (chairman); F Xay.
comptroller; M. L. Bell, general attor
ney, and T. .1. Newkirk, real estate and
tax: agent.
* * *
J. F. ° HJxson, deputy freight and
•passenger agent of the Southern Pacific,
at Fresno>, died Tuesday at Klamath
Springs, where he had gone for his
health. Tie had been with the company
since- 188 i and formerly was local
'freight agent at Los "Angeles. He was
56 years old and leaves a widow and
two daughters.
** * „
H. V. Piatt, general superintendent
southern district of the Southern i'a
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IMPORTED PRESS
FEEDERS CLERKS
So Declares Charles Rade
bold of Striking Print
ing Pressmen
Five Firms Have Granted
Increase —Bonds of Asso
ciation Nearly Out
mn wi|i._ GJfcftrte* W. Ftadabold
1 Pressmen, in Speak
ing of the pressmen and press feeders'
strike, stated yesterday that of the IS
men who arrived here last Sunday from*
the east to take the place of the strik
ers, only five went to work, and these
are all retail clerks." lie said that the
members of the P'ranklin Printing: as
sosiation of employers have given
bonds not to act with strikers daring
a period of six weeks from the date
ol the strike. The bonds will expire
in two weeks. Further, he stated that
some of the houses that are employing
"strikebreakers" board and lodge them
in the print shops and make them
work from 12 to 14 hours a day at
less pay than the men were receiving
when they went on strike.
The following firms are reported as
having granted the Increase In pay
since the strike Was inaugurated:
The Francis-Valentine, Shannon-Con
my, H. Gille and Golden State Printing
companies and Hyman Brothers.
The United Laborers association of
San Francisco Nn. 1, at its meeting; last
Tuesday night, received a letter from
Sheriff Eggers in reply to the a#socia
.tion's complaint that prisoners from
the county jail were being* employed
.it grading work on public streets and
on private property, thereby encroach
ing on the rights of members of tbe
association, .who are free men and tax
payers.
The sheriff, in his letter, says that he
has'always been opposed-to the em
ployment of prisoners to the detriment
of free labor find that he will take tire
matter up with the superintendent of
the jail:
The association added to its mem
bership by the election of a class of 30
applicants for admission.
* # #
" At the last meeting of local No. ls2
ot the Moving Picture an<| Projecting
Machine Operators' union it added two
to its membership by election and obli
gation and donated $20 to the, T-iirht
and Power council in. aid of the men
on strike.
There was an announcement to the
effect that several of the leading mov -
ing picture performers have given ilt*
surance that they will assist in making
a success of the*ball to be given by th/;
"movies" in the Auditorium August 30.
* *«• *
Complaint having been made in re
latloq to the recent election of officers
for the Bridge and Structural Iron
Workers, local No. 31, the local at its
last meeting set the election aside ex
cept as to the business agent and or
dered another to be held on the next
meeting night.
* * ♦
The recently elected officers of local
No. 7 of the Brick Layers' union were
installed last Tuesday night by Inter
national Deputy James Welch for tlio
current .term.
The local made a donation of $5 to :t
member who was "up against lt" and
out of work.
* * *
Henry Wessell has been elected to
represent local No. 8 of the Photo
engravers' union In the international
body that is to meet in Cleveland. 0..
and be in session fke days, commencing
August 18.
* 4f *
Locaf No. 48. Waitresses' union, will
aive a social to Its members and friends
in Us headquarters in Mason street on
Wednesday night, July 30, under the
direction" of its entertainment com
mittee.
* * *
. The Stage Employes* union has con
tributed $31 and the Street Car Men's
union $15 to the men on strike against
the light and power company.
cific. has arrived here "from Los An
geles for a few days. J. M. Davis,
general superintendent central district,
has back from Susanville.
• •> * *
The railroad commisaloa has author
ized the Stockton Terminal and Eastern
Kailroad company to eroas the tracks
of the Central California Traction com
pany at Union and Park streets in the
city of Stockton; but. in so doing, the
commission re-quires that the Stockton
Termjnal and Eastern shall stop al!
of its cars before making; the crossing
# # #
A. M. Buchanan, a merchant of
Tracer, Tulare county, haa filed a com
plaint with the railroad commission
against the Southern Pacific compary.
The complaint states that about Jan
uary 1. 1909. the agency at Traver was
abandoned and that great damage was
done to the residents of that section
thereby. The complaint asks that the
company be required -to restore the
agency.
'*• # #
'The Soifthern' Pacific company ha*
joined- in the application in behalf of
the city of Arcadia for the construction
of a crossing oyer its tracks at grade
near Arcadia, Los Angeles county, and
the Southern Pacific company has also
applied for authority to, construct a
sidetrack at grade over Fourteenth ami
Fifteenth streets in the city of Im
perial, Imperial county.
* ■ # .* •* - °
The rnilrriad commission has denied
the application of the Sacramento and
Woodland Railroad company and the
Southern Pacific company for a modi
fication of the commission's previous
order which required that the trains
of both companies should stop before
making the crossing at Mikon, Yolo
county. The carriers asked that the
commission allow the trains of the
Southern Pacific company to cross the
tracks of the Sacramento and Wood
land railroad at Mikon without stop
ping.
In May of 1912 the commission is
sued its order requiring that the two
railroads unite in the construction of
a safety interlocking device at the
crossing, and directed that in the
meantime the trains of both companies
should stop before making the crossing.
Liter the railroads applied for a mod
ification of the order, which was de
nied. More recently they requested
that the Southern Pacific be released
from the necessity of stopping before
taking the crossing.
* # »
The railroad commission has ren
dered a decision upon tlie complaint of
John Niven vs. San Diego Electric Rail-
Way company and Point Loma Railroad
company of San Diego. The commission
directs that the defendant companies
maintain a 20 minute service from San
Diego to Point Lonaa and Ocean Beach.
Heretofore a 40 minute service has been
maintained.
The complaint was directed against
hotli the rates or fares and the service
from San Diego to Ocean Beach and
Point Loma. The commission finds that
as the points involved are withi/i the
limits of the city of San Diego.
th<- city alone has jurisdiction over tha
rates.
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