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OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET
I>'FIRMSHED_
W GEO. W.
~ 34 — Br.wdway. Oakland.
OFFICES AND STORES^~LET~
'lodges*™^. 2?££2& • chl college, church.
Heien b.r very reasonable. St.
■ " "■ ' MvV.t >ts.
CITY REAL ESTATE
J. W B WRIGHT & CO."
res moVtVo\iT»I c -A sd insurance
8 MONTGOMERY ST. (MILLS BUILDING).
IFNT LU^rv E^T- ED , ANn OWNERS ABSO
LUTELY GUARANTEED AGAINST
FUTt FROM TENANTS
imwwSFrSrS TAKEN OF PROPERTY
«T ARE \n\v m~tl' ° N REAL ESTATE.
ARL I ISTING PROPERTY FOR OUR
NEXT AUCTION
135 nm o, BUSINESS BARGAINS.
re 11 «l»*ant apts of 2 and 3
rooms and bath each; rents $415 per mo.;
,- T . : L blnr6a from Palrmount hotel;
corner: lot 30x94
$2" ftvt BARGAINS
v...W0-Lot. 60 feet front: on Turk st. east of
e.tV. T fJ-'et"? Positively the cheap
*l4 500 c, ot , ln ,h « district.
H4.soo—Six 4 nn. apts.; rents $135 per mo.;
SSXI2B; e-ose to i«th and Mission
unusually well constructed
II- -Oft a , HYDE ST.
Yen\. J,oo° f rocm * and "afh ••eb;
MArv,r,cvl" r aeeejtk; lot 25x112:6.
$12 000 , , TNT MARINE VIEW
WltaL?* 1 eU ** to Broadway and
rin more: most beautiful marine view la
■gg "rane! sen.
$11 f*V» Tj? RE \ Nn ROOMING HOUSE.
hoV,.'. r %^ : , ,h 5 ro " m « 'n r >*r rooming
house of 23 rooms- lot 25x165 through to
rrisZl ,V rCP . t: ■?»»■ P»»-ti*lly improved;
roisom a*.., close in
t8 7K4V » LANOTON ST.
axa23Lt*S ,!p to d " te: wouW consider
exchange for vacant property
$« (Wfi • . DOWNTOWN FLATS '
rents *!. 0 ' * iT>i 5 roon " "* bath each:
per month: close to Hyde and
$7 9Tn Axn TOI-SOtf.
25x75 ceU,n C~~- «tc: alwaya rented; lot
87 -sc. „ TWO PLATS.
bath each: lot 25x137:6 feet
ta o«o Mt'ST BE SOLD.
.n* w ' R!, " District; 5 flats ef 4
from *- oZ S b,th '"eh; price reduced
rrorn », .ftoo. m „ ke o(f>f
$6 *sft »JiTV! ROOM RESIDENCE.
to .X IS* 1 rn, ° n: IMIW
,t S liT* *L* W: «: mortgage of gs.OOQ
»™'"« "«« remain.
f«fV« m RICHMOND BARGAIN.
W^e on comer: 27:6x100;
F\CE NEAR LAKE ST. AND 25TH AY
6 rooms and bath: garage, etc; tested
-Is' ,d .* ° f • tre,t; 6ood marine view;
very easy terms.
ts s«o „ SIX ROOM COTTAGE
25^110 fo t r M. R V : T r y >««•; lot
-3xllo, this is .„ unusually pretty block.
t\ o»o . HARTFORp ST.
■2La2f!^J?^**» B*J8* J ,ot 25x1*: close to
rW™w~iV v " rT attractive block.
• s ftrt« « RICHMOND RESIDENCE.
»? OW_« room residence, dose to Callfornln snd
k T , : ,ot - sllnft teet: terms half
'"'' n remain on mortgage
14-so. „ BARGAINS! BARGAINS:
i** a,e of 4 * nil R roonis ""1 bsth each:
iJ' nOT * t '* d P ,3t ,n shepe conld be
sold at a handsome profit; ne*r Fell and
Gotiffb.
o N ! EA R rA STRO AND 14TH.
M..50— large flat* of 6 and T rooms and bath
each; let 26x100 feet: rent* $48 per month
t . n . SIX ROOM COTTAGE.
*SO cash balance $30 per month, including in
terest; a room cottage, near 16th and
Lower terrace: full purchase price $4,250.
Si im MAKE OFFER.
' nfr * er . lr «nx!nu* to sell: let 27:flx
13<:8; Union st. close to fair grounds
n rww, . « r >"SET CORNER.
M.too— Make offer: excellent corner; 32:8x100
feet; close to 10th sv. and Irving St.:
owner anxious to sell
tt -wo N " EAR BRYANT AND 4TH STS.
»o TOO--Less than $100 per front foot for lot
40vsn feet in the heart of the city.
«- oo« OOLDEN GATE AY. CORNER.
§B.ooo— Golden Gate ay. lot; close to Park»r
ay.; slxe 26x100: make offer.
st oao a WILL EXCHANGE.
83.000--R room cottage; in Corbett ay.; bltu
mlnized street; In first class ehspe: will
exchange for 2 flats and pay a cash differ
ence.
SUNSET LOT.
82. .00—5fh ay.; 25x95; close to Golden Gate
park.
LAKEVTEW
$2,600- Store snd cottag* of 5 rooms and bath:
rented for $31 per month: lot 25x100 feet.
NEAR PRESIDIO PARK PANHANDLE.
$2,500-- Overlooks new park panhandle: 27:6 x
100 feet: this price includes atreet and
sewer work.
RICHMOND LOT.
$2,4oo—Near 16th ay. and Clement et.; 25x120;
convenient to cars.
STREET WORK PONE.
$2.250—36 feet front; 27th ay. close to Geary
*t.; bargain.
$2,100 Lot on 10th ay. near X; all street work
done
TWO ROOM COTTAGE.
$I.BOvV Close to 40fh s<-. and Geary: street work
done; could he put in first class shape st
very low cost.
NEAR 36TH AY. AND B ST.
$1,500 each—2 lot*. 35x90 feet each: there !s a
turn in these: easy terms.
TILDEN ST.
$1,500 each—2 lots, 35x90 feet each: nothing of
fered in neighborhood at a similar figure.
19TH AY.
$1,400— Cheapest lot In the avenue: bitumlnixed
street; 25x98; easy terms; Richmond Dis
trict.
J. W. WRIGHT A CO.,
228 Montgomery at.
525.000- Large Valencia st. corner; rents $22T..V).
«2 one down and $80 per month; Fell st. fists.
$2.0.00. down and $85 per month; Folsom st.
flats; chance for auto.
$4.25A-TTeat ay. home, Br. and b.; chance for
auto.
f.-.co down and $20 per month; new bouse, |
r. and b.
f.-.0.i down and $80 per month; 2 flats. 4 r.
and b.
For real estate bargains on terms. Insurance
and loans see F M LONG. NW. corner 16th and
Mission sts.; tel. Market 2937.
A FFW REAL SNAPS DIRECT FROM OWNER
Ka»t line 18th ay., 200 ft. N of B, 25x120;
$1,450.
East line 20th ay., 273 ft. N of C. 25x120;
*1.100.
East line 26th ay.. 125 ft. 8 of A. 46:8x120;
$2,500.
Note size. Address box 1109. Call offlce.
|1 NV> cottage. 4 rooms and bath; lot 30xlft0;
owner leaving city; in tbe thickly settled San
B-nno ay. district: near car line: you can have
it for $sf> down and $15 per month. HOME
STEAD REALTY CO., INC. 704 Market at.,
HOUSES FOR SALE.
A bargain 1n the Reia tract: 6 rooms and 2
lots, at 320 Raymond ay.: $1,500: one-third cash,
balance on easy monthly payments, or $1,450 for
all cash. Telephone Mission 2135. G. W. OWEN.
$STO CASH
NKW noiSES of 4 room*, bath and large
pantry: porch; wall bed: mission finish Pay
$15 a month on vonr own home. CONTRACTOR,
box 3015. Call office.
FOR sale —New home; 1870 9th ay. near O St.:
all the mind can conceive or the heart desire
for $5 000- onen Sunday 1 to 6; Hayes st.
car*. OWNER.
' FORCED TO SELL—BUILDING LOT
ST.O -I/it 25x100, in Wafervllle st. near Silver
bt - tetaM can be arranged. Apply Homestead
Realty Co. Inc. 704 Market »t.. room 202.
" ARTISTIC HOMES
•Ist ay bet Clement and Geary: a and ?
room residence, about completed; easy terma.
d-kfut & co. i ,
LOR sale cheap—7 wm house and bath; T*rd.
* km 24th at. or call at 12Q7 Lane st. South.
HAVE Standahrd Title Insurance Company. Mills
bldg.. Insure your title; save time, save money.
COTTAGES In tbe Mission; $X*> per
month K. ANDKRSoN. 317 llcar«t bldg.
(OINTKY REAL ESTATE
MORAGA ACRES
v Suburban Little Farm and Home
' District.
___ -ajun the crowded city, with its^dirt
*' more for a little 26 foot elty lot
- . .! can get 12 time* aa much land for
' \vi HHTflu can raise everything you wish
snd where the health and climatic condition*
more, orrly 30 minutes from Oak
land O A ?nd B Electric railway paatea
directly through the property.
took «f It yourself and be convinced.
R N. BURGESS COMPANY
734 Market sr.. San Francisco, Cal.
Branch offices:
1588 w-oedwar. Osklsnd. Walnut Creek. Danville.
'SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY
To Woodacre; 50 cents round trip. Plan to go
with us Tbe mo.it beautiful part of Marin
r«antv tea most besutlful county In the «tate;
T 'vi miles away, with Improved railroad »erv
"e WoM-acre ia - most ideal auburban home
?uce Here, on emu quarter acre or acre
l omeslte. are sever*! gigantic lagwfc *
oaks perhaps a Bd*tW**WM winding brook, and
6i) C ,^VX;s.y C »:isr r s."i.lita rerry. and let
„, show you over the pro,.er(y. Tickets obt.ln.d
only *t our office. ,
HARVEY M fOr, WHS TREWAVAS.
HAR JOHN B COLEMAN.
->03 Commercial building. Emporium.
Phone Kearny 2ioB.
Will sell all '"• P» rt of 10 " V?™'
i. Telv■ level farm land, all under Irrigation,
with asUsntted water: deep, rl.-b soil, no hard
" , or al-ali: perfect c-limale; large variety
ef product* possible: close to modern town
V'j.JVrrv couenience; if rou can arrange to
make email Br*< payment, will give yon 1 . or
. ,-.rs in which io aai balance, thus allow
ln* llnd to pay itself out. Box 06721, Call
efflce. oakjand. I
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
_ Con 11 noe < .
GLENN COUNTY TRACT
1,110 acres deep rich, alfalfa land; floor of
Sacramento valley; in irrigation dlatrict: 400
acres sediment soil; 70 acres checked for seed
ing; family orchard- fine buildings; completely
fenced; for subdivision has no equal; consider
exchange good stock ranch; $75 per acre for
quick sale.
D. E. BESFC-KER, 629 Pacific bldg.. S. V.
A GOOD BUY—S3 acres in Sebastopol apple
district; 8 acres bearing prunes. 2 1 ,« acres
apples 8 yeans old, 10 acres apples 3 years
old. balance timber: 18 acres rich bottom land:
$3,650. SONOMA HOME FINDING CO.. 516
Pacific bldg.
DAIRY and alfalfa ranches in rich San Joaquin
▼alley; if you want to buy or lease a good
ranch, small or large acreage, write HA*
Till DDE D AMBAUER. Volte. Cal.
U. Ss GOVERNMENT
Irrigation Project. The Only Thing Of Its Kind
In California. Best Land From $50 To $85 An
Acre. Soil Will Grow Alfalfa And Everything.
625-627 Monadnock Building. S. F.
m ACRES H3 A MONTH
Choicest alfalfa -mi fruit land near Stockton.
Send for booklet. "Your Fortune Assured." A.
B. WEINERT. 1673 Market.. San Francisco.
LITTLE conntry home place that will please
you: 40 miles from San Francisco, on the
Northwestern Pacific railroad: full bearing
fruit trees snd erapevines: on beautiful creek:
price $300; $3o down. Address box 1137. Call.
$20 down and S." per month will buy you a most
picturesque homesite having full bearing fruit
trees and grapes: on Sonoma creek, near El
Verano and Roves Springs; price $193. Box
1041 Csll offlce.
TWENTY acres pf best alfalfa land, with per
fret water right and loweat water rates In the
state; 20 per cent cseh. bslance on most favor
able terms. Address OWNER, box 2201, Pat
terson. Cal. _
25 ACRES, nearly all plow land: 4 room unfin
ished bouse: spring, creek; good road: \Vi
miles from station: $2,000 half cash. ADAMS
X DAVID, SURVEYORS. 325 Bush st.
BEAUTIFUL little country home, on Sonoma
creek; bearing fruit trees and grape vines:
must sell; price $250: $25 down. Address box
1175 Call office.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
"new Mjngalows
A IBEAUTY,
434 44TH STREET
1 block cost of Telegraph ay.: 5 rooms, den.
sleeping porch, driveway; Piedmont Key Route
to 40th and Telegraph ay.: two in course of
construction. 50th and Shafter ay., Claremont
Key Route to 55th an<J Telegraph ay.. 8 blocks
E. of Telegraph ay.: watch your future home
being built; discount for $1,000 cash, balance
like rent. CHAS. McARTHUR, owner and
builder. 382 50th *t.
NEW. modern home* for $100 down. I have been
authorized to dispoee of several homes on terms
of $100 down. This property is located 1n
Adams Point. Fourth Avenue Heights, close to
lake Merrltt. In Eaat Oakland and some in
Fruitvale. The sires range from 6to 10 rooms
snd prices from $3,000 to $15,000. A first
payment of $100 is all that is required on
any of them, balance payable like rent. Full
detailed particulars will he given upon appli
cation by letter, telephone or personal call.
I make loans on real estate. Money on hand
at sll times for any slaed loan.
GEORGE W. AUSTIN.
1422 24 Broadwsy. at 14th St.. Oakland. Cal.
MORTGAGE $D t ®o©
MCE $2,2W
Any terms you want, provided you can pay $25
per mo. This 5 room and bath cottage, close to
Key Route and S. P., In North Oakland. Is
worth $3,200. I must sell NOW. Address boy
4512. Call office. Oakland.
HAYWARD REAL ESTATE
THE HAYWARD FARM TRACT. CONTAIN
ING OVER 2,400 ACRES. ADJOINING TnE
CITY OF HAYWARD. WILL RE 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. FOR THE FOLLOW
ING REASONS:
Reeaese; Hayward Is the Italy of California.
Because: Hayward is located In one of tbe
most beautiful sections of California.
Because: Tbe soil Is a rich sandy loam.
Recanse: There Is no aikslai soil or salt water.
Because: There Is no adobe soil.
Because: The Interest on deferred payments is
only X per cent.
Because: The transportation facilities are nn
equaled.
Because: The Southern Pacific and Western
Pacific main lines run through Hay
ward now In one hour from San
Francisco.
StGafeOlf
WHb tbe extension of the Key Route
end Southern Pacific electric line*,
'be firoe from Hayward to Oakland
will be reduced to 30 minutes, snd
San Francisco to 50 minutes.
Tbe Oakland Traction "nmpinv'i elec
tric cars run to Hayward now.
A soli report will be given free, which
I believe will be one of tha best in
the state.
Pure water will be piped to each
tract.
ISec4MBs»
Hsywsrd has one of the best bonl»
-vards in the state, which Is to be
< c' tinued through this tract.
The educational facilities rank with
the best In the state, tbe new Union
high schol being erected now at a
cost of about $80,000.
BIBCIW9fB
Uaywsrd has all the modern con
veniences of an up to date city, such
as gas, city water, sewers, electric
lights, bltumlnized streets, a beauti
ful Carnegie library, five churches
and two newspapers.
Steals®
Hayward la famous for its equitable
climate.
And, remember, tbe Hayward tract is closer to
Oakland. Berkeley and San Francisco
than any other tract now being of
fered.
UPON APPLICATION. ALL LITERATURE
AND PRICE LISTS WILL BE MAILED ON OR
BEFORE AUGUST 19, GIVING YOU AMPLE
TIME TO INVESTIGATE BEFORE THE OPEN
ING OF THIS TRACT ON SUNDAY. AUGUST
30. 1913.
2©fM UiMwrsity Awnw®,
$550 upward. $50 cash, $10 monthly and upward:
we also have villa sites to fit any purse. If
you have not been to Burlingame lately, by all
means go—go now—today. By a careful lnves
tigation. yon will find that Burlingame is by
far the best place and the cheapest for you to
buy.
Burlingame climate. Are you familiar with
Burlingame? Do you realize whit a delightful
climate it enjoys? Only 23 minutes' ride on fre
quent trains, without transfer: low commuta
tion rate>, $4.40 per month: flowers, trees, etc.
The best place for the family. GREAT BIG
I/>TS in finished streets, close to the station.
Take trafns at 3d and Townsend. or electric
cars running ant Mission st. from sth.
LYON ft HOAG.
660 Market at., or Burling-am* station.
CjONTBA COSTA REAL ESTATE
LOTS FOR SUMMER HOMF.S—Permanent home
and camping in Redwood canyon, right on the
new Oakland-Antioch railway; $100 and up on I
easy payments; only 17 minutes from Broad
way. Oakland: send for map. GEORGE W.
AUSTIN. 1422-24 Broadway, Syndicate build
ln<r. Oakland.
__JJKjHMOND REAL ESTAJTE _
BEST Investment in Richmond: MARINE VIEW
TERRACE: close In property; lot* $150 and
np: easy terms. WENHAM A PAUL, 1444 Sau
Pablo n v.. Oakland
Y^EALJES^TJE_
FAIRFAX MANOR—Tbe gem of sill Marin; sll
work done: lots $150 and up; level or hill;
open or wooded; Fairfax station 5 minutes.
Room 705. 110 Market st.
MILL YALUtY »aUL BSTATE
SPECIALIST In real estate bargains!; right treat
ment; your interests cared for.
WILL FALI.KY,
MILL VALLEY.
SONOMA COUNTY LANDS
WRITE J. W. HORN CO. of Petaluma for large.
ftee list of Sonoma count;, bargain*. _
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HQMU ranches, acreage: exchange; price list.
V\ ILfcON BROS.. Sauta Crui. Cal.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913.
m FONTANA
LOCATED on eleetrte line between Riverside and
Lea Angeles; write for handsome illustrated
booklet on orange and lemon growing to KARL
BREHME, 1031-37 Phelan building. San Fran
cisco: phone Suffer 4293.
TORRANCE
CALIFORNIA'S MODERN INDUSTRIAL CITY,
located on ateam and electric railroads between
Los Angeles and its harbor. For Information
relative to business opportunities, real estate
Inresfmenta and factory sites write KARL
P.REHME 1031-37 Phelan building: phone Sut
'cr 4299,
~RJ2AL^STATEJTO EXCHANGE
LEVEL, irrigated land between Patterson and
i'rows Landing: ail in alfalfa: exchange for
property In or near Oakland. (2078> GEORGE
W. AUSTIN. 1422 Broadway. Oakland.
PROPERTY to exchange anywhere, city or coun
try. NEWELL-MURDOCH CO., 30 Montgomery
St.. S. F.
BUILDER with $.'>oo to $1,000 can make Just 100
per cent profit building cheap iagUßtt cot faces
on my land: I will put up the land, let him
get all payments until building is paid for,
then pay for the land out of one-half of pay
ments: I can guarantee to sell as fast as put
up. IT. L, BARTLETT, room 203. 20 Mont
gomery st.
FOR SALE.
$3.000 —Garage and machine shop buslr.ess: all
new and Br*t class equipment of tools for a gen
eral line of machine work: most desirable loca
tion en state highway in tbe heart of rich and
prosperous Solano valley. See for yourself or
write TV. H. TAYLOR, box 372. Snisui). ( al.
GROCER—A splendid store and location In Rich
j mond district Is now open to a progressive
grocer. A rare chance to fall Into a fine bus!
nes«. Address LANDLORD. 191 6th ay. Yon
will not be asked to buy old atock nor good
will.
HOTEL for sale or rent: established 25 years:
railroad worklngmen 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,
_ Caf
FOR sale or trade for genera! merchandise or
real estate—An up to date grocery business;
bear atrlctest investigation: best bank refer
encee; reasoni, family troubles. Box 066, Call
office.
FOR sale—Old established blacksmith and
wagon making business In live town: owner
wishes to retire. Address E. 11. FARMER.
Gilroy, Cal.
FOR sale—General hardware, paints, household
utensils, crockery, glassware and electrical re
pairing snd loeksmlthing business: well estab
lished; fine chance for two young men; stock,
fixtures, etc.. about $8.2f>0. Apply to A. P.
BLACK. 948 Market St.. room 301.
HOTEL men. take notice—lf you are In a posi
tion to help build and finance a summer hotel.
1 have the best location on the Pacific coast,
bar none: call and have a talk with me. H.
L. BARTLETT. 20 Montgomery St.. room 2A3.
GROCERY--On a corner in a thickly settled
neighborhood; can be hsd at an Invoice. $1,200:
present proprietor Is banking money; reason
for selling, opening large store elsewhere. 646
Monadnock building.
ESTABLISHED manufsoturin™ business In this
city, with exceptional merit and hank refer
ences, wsnts man with $7f>o and services;
money rally secured: duties light; profits big.
646 Monadnock building.
|BtM Partner wanted In delicatessen and cream
ery: THIS PLACE IS DOING GOOD BUSI
NESS: too much for one man; investigate this.
646 Monadnock building.
I WANT ■ man with $5,000 to join me In busi
ness proposition; don't answrr unless you
mean business. Address box 1149. Call offlce.
HOTEL of 27 rooms, dance hall, garage; country
town within M miles of San Francisco, very
prosperous section: present owner made a lot
of money here and wants to retire; price $16.
-000. (20721 GEORGE W. AUSTIN, 1422
Broadway. Oakland.
CORPORATION with business of exceptional
merit wants lady or gent to act as secretary;
duties very simple; experience unnecessary:
tI.OOO cash required; fully secured: liberal
salary and Interest In profits. Room 15, 964
Market st., S. F.
VALUABLE pateate nay better than gold mines;
write for list "Patents for Sale." RAN
DOLPH A CO., Patent Attorneys, Washing
ton. D. C.
LADY or gent of intelligence with $2,000 cash
and services (or furnish substitute); plain of
fice work: experience unnecessary: exceptional
opportunity: ground floor proposition; handle
your own money: salary $200 month and per
centage of Immense profits. See manager,
room 23, 964 Market st., 8. F.
I HAVE 40 agencies for sharpening safety razor
blades: also machine: will sell business for
$50. C. H. CUNNINGHAM, Gordon hotel, 7th
and Mission sts.
CONTRACTORS end builders- I have the best
proposition on the market for quick returns in
building and selling small homes; big money
for you; call and have a talk with me. H. L.
BARTLETT. 26 Montgomery St.. room 203.
WANTED Reliable man tn handle talking pic
ture* on the road: references and several hun
dred dollars required. For particulars anply
\ MERICAN FILM RENTING CO., 018 West
bank bldg.
GROCERY for sale; invoice about $5,500: doing
$3,500 a month: good location. Address P. O.
boy 06.1. Modesto. Cal.
CTGAR STAND very reasonable if sold at once;
choice location; long lease; low rent. 418
Valencia st.
SAN RAFAEL—Butcher business: established 35
years: must be sold. HERZOG A CO.. San
Rafael.
FOR sale- First class newspaper route on morn
ing paper. Apply Circulation Department. San
Francisco Call.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. RLAKE'S
BAZAAR, 110S VALENCIA ST.
PARTNERS WANTED
SPECIAL cook wanted as partner; opportunity.
Call at ISrri Fillmore st.. oltv.
BUILDING WANTED
WANTED—2 or 3 story building for laundry
business; steam laundry; will take lease for
5 years or 10 years; rent must be reasonable;
not too fur out. Address boy 1044. Call office.
■IKES AND MINING ~~~~
IMMENSELY valuable tunnel copper mine, ship
ping ore. needs $15,000 for large development;
liberal division; high class engineers' reports.
Box 1176. Call office.
A. E. WHITE COMPANY,
323 Monadnock building.
Principal Brokers In Nonlisted Securities.
WE WILL SELL;
200 Mascot Copper $2.20
1,000 Boston Pacific Oil Wanted
100 Vnlean Fire Ins. Co 11.00
100 California State Life Ins 13.50
50 Western States Life Insurance C 0.... 8.50
1.000 Pyramid Oil 12
And many others in amounts to suit.
STOCK SALESMAN"
WANTED
None but good men need apply
to place the treasury stock of
an established land company.
332 BANKERS' INVESTMENT BUILDING,
742 MARKET ST.
INVESTMENT'S—We have capital for conserva
tive real estate Investments In California wliero
quick action and profit Is assured. Address
CHARLES A. STANTON 4: CO.. Inc., First
National Bank building. Snn Francisco. Cal.
A A -COMPANIES INCORPORATED. PROMOT
ED; legally organized; books opened; stocks
floated. CANNADAY ft CO., 503 Pacific build
ing, corporation experts and financial agents.
CHESTER B. ELLIS & CO..
Largest dealers In Bnllfcted stocks and bonds,
714 Market st. opposite Call building.
i AUTOMOBILE Funding Co. of America will sell
limited number of shares at par, $10; Indorsed
by bankers snd bus. men. 374 Monadnock bid.
WILL buy NATIONAL WIRELESS telephone
Stark. F. J. GOLDEN, Merchants' National
Bank building; phone Douglas 832.
MUST sacrifice for cash a block of 23 lots. Rich
mond inner harbor property. Box 4505. Call
offtse, o.iklaiid.
MISSION BRANCH < if ~ THE ('ALL, BLAKE'S
MA/AAK. litis VALENCIA ST.
.'
S. F. REMEDIAL LOAN ASSOCIATION,
43 sth st., Lincoln bldg..
Opposite Hales.
Telephone Kearny 53-19.
MONEY TO LOAN ON PLEDGES
Of diamonds, watches. Jewelry and other arti
cles of value.
Hates on all pledge loana l'J per cent per
month.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS
Consisting of household effects, furniture and
pianos at 2 per cent per month.
No fee* or extras of any kind.
Transactions held confidential.
WE LOAN $10 or more on FURNITURE,
PIANOS, SALARIES, etc, at REASONABLE
RATES; LONG TIME and EASY PAYMENTS.
You get the money on TWO HOURS' NOTICE.
$ .85 weekly pays a $15 loan.
$1.3' weekly pays * $30 loan.
$1 05 weekly pays a $50 loan.
Other sums in proportion. You pay monthly if
you wi«h. It Is easy to borrow moiiev from ns.
No PUBLICITY, no DELAY. If yea don't place
your loan with us we both leas money.
PEOPLE'S LOAN COMPANY.
220 Monadnock building,
1581 Market St., Second floor.
MONEY TO LOAN
Con
AAA—HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURB,
PIANOS. ETC.; $10 TO $200; LOW COST;
CONFIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE
DEAL.
CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE
$57-8 PACIFIC BLDG., FOURTH and MARKET.
PHONE DOUGLAS 3265.
OAKLAND offlce. 518 First National Bank bldg.
WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT; no indorser;
confidential: no red tape methods; $1 a week
• ay* $15 loan. $2 week pays $80 loan; $3 week
pays $45 loan; $4 week pays $60 loan. Call
anil see us. THE ROYAL INVESTMENT
COMPANY. 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 be con
vinced: will save you money. $2.25 weekly
pays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE
W. MILLER. 3009 16th at., southwest corner
Mission, room 85.
LOANS to salaried persons. WAGE EARNERS.
TEACHERS. CITY EMPLOYES and OTHERS
with FIXED Incomes: also OTHER proposi
tions. Including advances on INSURANCE and
WAREHOUSE receipts; rates reasonable; pay
ment- easy. 433 Phelan bldg.; ph. Douglas 3244.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE AND
others upon their own names; cheap rates; easy
payments: confidential. I). H. TOLMAN. 949
Phelan hid, and room 9. 470 13th st.. Oakland.
BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY.
Gold and Silver Smiths.
38-85 Kearnv at.
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
Lnnc&y [email protected]|$J
Any amount on diamonds, watches, jewelry, 2%.
MAXFERD LOAN OFFICE, 17 4th st. nr. Mkt.
CASH advanced salaries; no security: lowest
rates. 313 Merchants' Exchange building;
phone Douglas 1411, and 508 Call building,
phone Sutter 2537.
INVESTIGATE our discount plan: w« loan all
salaried people: see ua; save money: dealings
confidential. 521 Phelan building; Kearny 3247.
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co.. 321 Phelan bldg., third floor.
AAA—Wage earners, either men or women, can
make a loan In strictest confidence at the EM
PLOYES' CREDIT CO., r. 424 Monadnock bldg.
$10 to $100 advanced on your salary. Our rates
are tbe cheapest In this city. Don't fail to see
us. UNION CREDIT CO., 360 Phelan bldg.
CASH LOANED to salaried men on note without
indorser. MOR RELL, 1097 Monadnock bldg.
GOLDEN GATE LOAN OFFICE, 110 Kearny st.
I/iw rates on Jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL.
SALARY LOANS. $5 up: Cheapest rates. D. D.
DRAKE. 948 Market st.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1637 FILLMORE ST.
~MONEY TO LOAN—RprI Estate
AAAA—WILL LOAN ANY AMOUNT at lowest
interest on first, second and third mortgages,
estates In probate, undivided Interest: deal
directly with lender; no delay. R. McCOLGAN.
502-500 Call building, corner 3d and Msrket:
phone Douglas 2535. The oldest established and
leading financial agency on the Pacific coaat.
AAA —NO COMMISSION CHARGED.
BANK INTEREST—Ist and 2d MORTGAGES;
LOAN 20 per cent more than BANKS.
San Francisco. Oakland, Town and Farm Lands.
SHADBURNE CO.. 715 Monadnock bldg.
ANY amount on real estate, first or aecond mort
gages; no delay: very loweat rates. If your
property Is mortgaged and you need more
money see us Immediately. O. W. BECKER.
Monadnock bid , 081 Market: tel. Douglas 2150.
$100 to $100.OtO on real estate. E. n. t.OH.MANN.
213 Union Savings Bank bldg.. 13th atid Broad
way. Oakland. Phone Oakland 1343.
LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS, 6, or 7 per
cent, flat or Installment. Cal! or write O. E.
EVAN'S. 2367 Mission st.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR, 1108 VALENCIA ST.
Classified Directory
for Ready Reference
A(TOCNTANTS—CERTIFIED PI R.
JOHN R. RUCKSTEI.L. C. P. A . 3d floor Claus
Bpreckels (Call) building; phone Kearny 4151.
ARCHITECTS^
IF YOU contemplate lII'II.DING or want a
capable architect to superintend construction of
building. cnU ox write O. E. EVANS, N. C,
2367 Mlasioa st.
ATTORNEYS "
B. W. KING, attorney. Grant bldg.. Market and
7th, room 320 All esses; low fees; nothing to
advance or for consultation. Thone Market 012.
lUgffifl A<flvfo !;Tma^ F T,afms m "r::
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 handled by reliable attorney: those
of small means welcome; pay when work Is
done; advice free. 1112 Market at., offlce 122.
ADVICE FREE —Decrees, damages, collections
and all Ihw cases quickly and quietly handled.
823 Market st. near 4th. room 507.
ADVICE FREE IN SACRED CONFIDENCE.
All cases. Three leading counsel for consulta
tion. WM. A. CRANE, secretary, Chronicle bldg.
HARRIS & HESS, attorneys at law. W. T. HES*T
notary public- Room 700. Hearst building.
MISSION BRANCH ~OF ~THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 008 VALENCIA ST.
CA R RIA G EjP
FINEST AND CHEAPEST IN THE CITY.
$10, $12. $15, $20. Strictly home Industry.
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS,
1141 Sutter st.
RROMID E SOLAR PRINTS r
PORTRAITS, frames, bromide - solar - albumen
prints. Chicago Copy Co., 1021 G. Gate ay.
BUSINESS COLLEGES
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of CItII,
Electrical. Mining, Architectural; day, even
ing; established 1863. 425 McAllister st.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1008
Market st. opp. sth—Day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend GALLAGHER
MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1288 Market st.
~RITTONS AND PLEATING
Steele'a Button Wks.. 222 Ellis nr. Mason; tel.
Franklin 4-'>2l and ('1321 -Mail orders solicited.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
EAR NOISES positively cured; new; antiseptic;
t »,ck free to convince. DR. COTTINGHAM,
expert ear, nr.se, throat. 821 Market, room 402.
(II IRQ-PR ACTIC
CHIROPRACTIC.
Chlro-practic doctora making $500 a month
because tbey euro. DR. REIDL'S SCHOOL. 410
20th st. near Broadway. Oakland.
711 1 TIO>S
DWYER'S LAW AND SOLLECTION COMPANY
—No charge unless successful. 503 Pacific
building; Phone Douglas 3304.
CARPET CLEANING
S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO., 397
Sutter st.; phone Kearny 5832 (BLUE
WAGON) —Carpets, rugs, quickly, thoroughly
cleaned on floor without removal; estimates
free.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work,
at nd your carpets to J. SPAL'LDING A €0.,
353 Tehama st.; Douglas 3048. Home J2347.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning; alterations,
rei:ovatlng. laying. 444 Dlvisadero: ph. Park 569.
AA —National Carpet Beating Works—Hampton
A Bailey, 344 34.8 Church: Mkt. 180. Mkt. 190.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1037 FILLMORE ST.
pjgmsTS
ARTIFICIAL TEETH —"THIS ONE THING I
DO." DR. C.E. WILSON. 323 Geary, auite 804.
DR. IRA G. LEEK —All kluda of dental work.
517 Fillmore st. near Oak.
POTECTTYES
A. E. LUCAS DETECTIVE AGENCY. 718-15
PACIFIC IILDG. —TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL: EBTAB. 1880: TERMS REA
SONABLE; GIVE RESULTS. SUTTER 585.
A—NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY. 542 Pa
clfic bldg.; expert operators licensed and bond
ed; all branches detective work.Tel.Softer 2025.
ImESS~MIkInG
McDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School
—Evening classes; patterns cut to order. 121
Geary st. near Grant sv.; tel. Douglas 4751.
SIGNS "
ELITE ELECTRIC SIGN CO.. 281 2d at.—Eletv
trie signs our spec; jobbing. Tel Doug. 5681.
HOME S JFO R~ T HE AGED
COMFORTARLE home for old people. 341 East
11th at., Oakland.
AUCTIONEER
Offlce and Salesroom. Van Ness at Sacramento
Phone Franklin 2204. The old established
house of CURTIS—No connection with any
branch.
WE guarantee to rid your premises ef INSECTS.
THE INSECTICIDE CO.. 659 Phelan building.
SOLD, rented, exchanged; manufacturer of Fames
tricycle chair. 1714 Market st y :_ teEJ^irjijgjj^
(C©l[n!'GE]R. sip Douglas 854.
_JX^EB^OR^AUE___
NEW LUMBER $10 shingles $1.50, rustic $20,
doors $1.10; send lists. SWIFT & CO.. 10th
and Mission st". .
MATERNITY HOMES >
PRIVATE home before and during conflnenient:
safe; restful location; light, airy rooms; grad
uate nurses; adoption. Address Resident Phy
sician, 3731 Shatter ut. cor. Moss. Oakland.
S. F. LYING IN HOME, 1101 Oak St.—Adoption.
DR. LORD, res, phy. : confmt. $25. Mkt. 4469.
MEAT MARKET
FLEXIBLE Meat Market, 1254 9th a?., Sunset.
IRWIN BERG prop. Phone orders Sunset 1601.
MEDICAL
LADlES—Sanderson's pills never fail; mail, $2.
RAYMOND REMEDY CO., 19 7th at.
INVALID chairs, elastic hosiery, abdominal belts.
859 Sutter st. PERCY J. MEYER A CO.
SEXOID cures weakness in men; $1. RAYMOND
REM. CO.. 19 7th st., S. F. Open evenings.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
PA/A AR. UUH VALENCIA ST.
METAL WORKS
OoHohmMs! §I*3©(v Mottaffl Works
Ful'.v equipped to do light metal presswork.
MODEI3 MADE AND PERFECTED
1240 Golden Gate ay.; phone West 2718.
gA^HjgERY^WAHTO^
MACHINE lathe wanted; one used will do If
In first class condition; 12 or 14 inch swing.
Mail parttculara P. O. box 227, Santa Crua,
Cal.
MODEL MAKING .. ,
THE lnvenlor'a machinist; machinery experts.
A. SCHNEIDER ENGINEERING WORKS,
15th and Shotwell sts.. S. F.
_PATIHT ATTORNEYS
DEWEY, STRONG A CO., founded 1860— U. 3.
and foreign patents; inventors' guide; 100 me
chanical movements free. 914-916 Crocker
building, San Francisco.
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examlner U. S. patent offlce;
U. S. aud foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.
H. O. BCHROEDER, patent, trademark attorney.
417 First Notional Bank building, Oakland.
G. W. WIEGAND —Patents, trademarks, etc., 308
Security Bank bldg.. Oakland: phone Oak. 2563.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
' ~~ PENSIONS
M- 11. SAMMIS. pension atty.; pensions, back pay.
lost army papers secured. 1064 Larkln. suite 5.
PHYSICIANS
A—SPECIALIST IN FEMALE COMPLAINTS;
established In San Frauclaeo 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 other 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 II to 3.
IF worried, consult at once : painless treatment;
confinement $23, with nurse. Suite 101, 787
Market at.
ALL obstinate and chronic diseases specialty.
1893 Sutter SE. cor. Webster; 11 7 week days.
MAY R. NICHOLS. 808-7 Humboldt Bank bldg.;
tel. Douglas 5447—Public stenographer; legal
work, technical reports, plays, parts, cues,
multi-color presswork.
PIANO Tl NING
PIANOS tuned, polished and repaired: work guar
anteed. Laguna Piano Repair Co.. 727 Laguna.
STOBAGE AND MOVING VANS
AA —LINCOLN WAREHOUSE AND VAN CO.—
Ix>w rates; storage, moving, packing, shipping.
2316-20 Fillmore st.; phone West 4104.
EXCURSION rates east on household goods;
$1.75 per hundred to Chicago; through car
service. BBS INS VAN AND STORAGE CO.
WILSON BROS. CO., fireproof storage, moving,
packing, shipping. Removed to 1636 Market
at. near Halgnt; phone Park 271.
PIERCE RODOLPH STORAGE CO., 1450 Eddy
St.; phone West 828. Home 52828.
~~STAMM EKING
STAMMER? Method to cure explained FREE.
M. L, HATFIELD. 1018 Grove. Oakland. Cal.
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES
FEW uncalled for second hand trunks and suit
cases for sale cheap. Levey's Big Trunk Fac
tory. TO7 Mission con 3d: phono Douglas 3102.
"~WALL P APER
WALLPAPER. 4c-5c roll: house lining. 3%c yd.;
paint. $1 gal. M. Merlgan & Co.. 1447 Ellis.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Reginald A. Orrett to Marion C. Orrett, lot In
E line of Seventeeenth avenue, 275 S of Clement
atreet, 8 25 by F 120; gift.
Bothln Real Estate company to Henry E. Both
ln, lot In SE line of Mission street. 234:3 SW of
First, SW 22 by SE 80, and eight other parcels;
$10.
Otto E. Anderaon and wife to Evelyn Abrams.
lot In W line of Tenth avenue. 50 8 of Califor
nia atreet, S 25 by W 82:6; $10.
Lorenzo Ferrelros and wife to Grogerlo Tropea
and wife, lot 407, gift map 1; $10.
Julius Frankel to George T. Potter and wife,
lot In W line of Fourteenth avenue, 150 N of J
street. N 25 by W 127:0; $10.
Walter J. Gearin and wife to Grace E. Gearln.
lot at NW comer of M atreet and Forty-eighth
avenue. N 62:6 by W 114 more or less, and one
other piece: $10.
Albert Meyer to Daniel Marlani. lot In W line
of Fifteenth avenue. 75 N of Jv.dah street, N 25
by W 100'; $10.
Newell Murdoch Realty company to Ethel L.
Jensen lot 10 and NE half of lot 11. block 22.
Forest Hill: $10.
Otto B. Dreusike to Sophie Dreuslke, lot In W
line of Fifth avenue, 57 8 of Hugo street. 8 28
by W 95: $10.
Johanna Kuhn to Emma Utsehlg et al.. lot In
N line of Point I.obos avenue, 100 S of Fif
teenth, E 27:0 by N 100: $5.
Herbert Wilev and wife to Anglo-American
Land company, iot at NE corner of V street aud
Fortieth avenue, N 25 by E 120; $10.
Building; Contracts
Federico Ratto with Antonio Ferreeelo—To
erect a three story and basement, frame In E
line of Jasper place, 113.9 S of Union street, S
23:9 by E 58:9, for $4,700.
Richard 1. Whelan with nenry Jack—All
work except oil burning plants, light flxturea
and shades for two story class C brick building
in SE line of Howard street, 100 SW of Eighth,
SE 160, right angle 11, NW 50. SW 34, NW 2a,
SW 55. NW 85, right angle 100, for $15,974.
Albert L. Ehrman with Frank M. Garden
company—Excavation, foundation aud concrete
work for realdeuee in N line of Broadway. 42:6
B of Baker street, E 50, M 137:6, W 29:«i4,
SB w Oil) s ISO - for $8,207.
Leong Eutow with Brandt & Stevens—Alter
ations and additions to a reinforced concrete
building at 47 Eddy street, for $3,500.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition com
pany with Blurae Contracting company—Furnish
ing." fabricating and erecting structural steel and
cast iron work for exposition auditorium build
ing in block bounded by Hayes. Polk, Grove and
Larkin streets, for 898,140.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition com
pany with Lange A Bergstrom—All work except
piling, plumbing, sewers, water and gag piping
and electrical work for transportation building on
exposition site, for $250,615.
Panama-Paclflc International Exposition com
pany with D. J. k T. Sulllvau—Removal and
resetting of quartermaster's stores Nos. 1, 2, 3
and 4 from exposition site to 'Presidio, for
$11,540.
Same with Monson Bros.—( oncrete foundation,
piers an'! timber drain for resetting of atorea or
quartermaster in Presidio, for 85,885.
Panama-I'aciflc International Exposition com
pany with the Daniel O'Day company—Con-
structing a roadway and evcavating and grad
ing in connection with resetting same, for
84.550.
Panama Pacific International Exposition com
pany with Strehlow. Freese A Petersen—All
work except plumbing, sewering, water and gas
pipe, electric work for mines building on ex
position bite, for $217,238.
LABOR COUNCIL'S
ACTION UPHELD
Federation of Labor Declares
Striking Electrical Work
ers Are Secessionists
Unions Forbidden to Extend
Aid or Contribute to Strik
ing Local
_ The following copy
of a telegram was
read last night at
the session of the San Francisco Labor
council. It bears the signature of
Frank Morrison, secretary of the A.
F. of L:
following decision was reached in J o '"* ses
sion today after a Joint conference of the ex
ecutive council of the A. f, of L. and the
executive council of the building trades de
partment of the A. F. of 1,, and after hearing
K. J3. Klllion, representing the San Franciaco
Labor council, and P. H. McCarthy, represent
ing the State Building Trades council of Cali
fornia, the following was adopted:
'•Resolved, that the executive council of the
A. F. of 1., and the executive council of the
building trades department of the A. F. of L..
in Joint session, indorse tbe action of the secre
tary and the executive council of the A. F. of L.
in refusing to approve the strike of tbe Gas
Workers' union against the Pacific Gas and
Electric company and to grant strike benefits
on account of such strike, or to sanction a
strike by the Gas Workers' nnion No. 9840 of
San Francisco against the said company in vio
lation of their agreements: and bo it further
"Resolved, that previous action of the exec
utive council be reaffirmed and that the action
of President Gompers and Secretary Morrison
in the premises be approved and that they be
directed in the name of the executive council
of the A. F. of L. to notify the San Francisco
Labor council and the executive officers of all
national and international unions Interested to
withhold any and all support from the seceding
electrical workers who are attempting to con
trol work that properly comes under the juris
diction of the Brotherhood of Electrical Work
ers affiliated with the A. F. of L.; that a copy
of this decision be sent to the State Building
Trades council of California, and that Secretary
Morrison inform all members of the executive
council of the A. F. of L. at as early a date as
possible whether or cot this decision haa been
complied with."
This is to certify that this a true copy of the
decision rendered by the Joint session of the
executive councils of the A. F. of L and the
building trades department of the A. F. of L.,
now iv aesslon. FRANK MORRISON.
WHAT ACTION MEANS
Delegate Brown of the machinists
said that his understanding of the
telegram is that it does not inhibit the
council from contributing to the sup
port of any unions other than the se
ceding union of electrical workers.
Delegate Sullivan of Carpenters'
union No. 483 asked if unions can con
tribute to unions outside of local No.
151 of the Electrical Brotherhood,
whereupon President Gallagher an
swered, "Yes, absolutely and without
reserve."
Delegate Beaver of the Stationary
Firemen and a member of the Light and
Power council, declared that the Reid
branch of electrical workers is sus
taining its own members who are out
on strike. That this week the council
received $300 from the unions affiliated
with the American Federation of Labor
and that $1,400 was paid In strike
benefits, $1,100 of which was con
tributed by the Reid electrical work
ers.
The telegram was referred to the »x
--ecutive committee.
Formal charges were preferred
against Electrical Workers' union No.
6, setting forth that the union acted
in a manner unbecoming an organiza
tion affiliated with the council.
A committee of five to be elected by
the council will investigate the charges
and report if there is ground for the
charges. The following were placed
in nomination: B. B. Rosenthal, W. F.
Dwyer, E. J. Frisbee, J. O. Walsh, J.
Williams, Jack Zamford and Al Rogers.
DELEGATE ELECTED
The council elected as its delegates
to the State Federation of Labor, A.
J. Gallagher and D. P. Haggerty and
John P. McLaughlin and C, L. Williams
as alternates.
The following were placed in nomi
nation, to fill two vacancies in the ex
ecutive committee: C, L. Williams, E.
A. Brown, D. L Haggerty, J. J. Math
eson, Arthur Beaver, M. P. Grunhoff
and R. E. Curry.
* * *
The Press Feeders' reported that dur
ing the week they succeeded in Induc
ing seven of the best pressmen work
ing for unfair firms to quit their em
ployment.
Electrical workers Xo. 151 reported
that the Gas and Electrical company
has in Its employ one Chinese and one
Japanese in installing meters in houses.
A communication from Cincinnati,
0., declared that support should be
withheld from the Methodist Book Con
cern and the American Book company
on the ground that they are not fair to
organized labor.
* * *
The Russian socialist party in a let
ter gave notice that a weekly publi
cation known as the "Pacific Ocean"
Is not fair to organized labor.
The executive council of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor, in session in
Atlantic City, N. J., has taken up the
case arising out of the trouble in this
city between the District Light and
Power council and the Pacific Gas and
Electric company and took the matter
under advisement pending a report
from a representative to be sent to
this city and coast who will make a
full Investigation into the matter.
In a telegram received yesterday
from E. E. Ellison, who was sent to at
tend the session in Atlantic City as the
representative of the San Francisco
Labor council, ha says that the
council met with all present ex
cept Samuel Gompers, D. A. Hayes and
Joseph H. Valentine and that the ses
sion lasted until 7 o'clock in the even
ing. P. H. McCarthy of San Fran
cisco spoke in opposition to the Light
and Power council and International
Presidents Johnston of the Machinists,
Healy of the Firemen and Franklin of
the Boiler Makers spoke in favor, after
which the case was closed and taken
under advisement. It was decided to
send a representative of the executive
council to make an investigation and
report. Representative Ellison, on be
half of the San Francisco Labor coun
cil, urged speedy action in the matter.
The Sailors' union of the Pacific, at
its last meeting elected Ed Andersen,
E. A. Erlckson, Walter Macarthur, Paul
Scharrenberg and R. Tunnell the bank
ing committee for the current six
months; O. Andersen, E. A. Erlckson,
John W. Erlckson, E. E. Ellison. Walter
Macarthur, A. Nagel, C. Plaudan, D. W.
Paul, Paul Scharrenberg and John H.
Tennlson were chosen as delegates to
the San Francisco Labor council; Frank
Baum having resigned the office of
custodian at headquarters, 3. Marmlon
was elected to fill the vacancy.
The union adopted a series of en
grossed and framed resolutions which
were presented to Walter Macarthur
"for long and faithful services with
the union."
The following were elected agents
of the various stations named: Frank
Braun, Vancouver, B. C.; W. S. Burns,
Victoria, B. C; Archie King, Tacoma;
H. L. Peterson, Seattle; Walter Mol
ler, Port Townsend; Jack Rosen, Aber
deen: G. A. Swanson, Portland; John
Anderson, Eureka; Harry Ohlsen, San
Pedro; Jack Edwardson, Honolulu.
Assistant Secretary Tennlson reported
shipping fair at Vancouver; medium at
Tacoma and Eureka; slack at San
Francisco and S&*Utie, dull at Victoria,
FORGED TONOPAH
MINE STOCK FOUND
Bogus Certificate on North
Star Sent in From
Eastern Mart
Rush to Verify Other Paper
Expected on Local
Curb
A forged stock certificate for 1,006
shares of the North Star Tunnel and
Development company, operating the
North Star mine at Tonopah, was pre
sented at the local tranafer office of
the company yesterday. The fraud
waa discovered by Charles D. Olney,
secretary of the company, who, on
conrparing the certificate with the cor
respondingly numbered stub In tli
stock book, found that the certificate
should be for only 100 shares.
The forged certificate came from the
office of Weir Brothers, brokers op
erating on the New York curb and in
Philadelphia. It was sent to the trans
fer office of the company from the
brokerage offlce of Nat Boas for identi
fication and was made out in the ntmi
of Arthur E. Holzlnger.
President Herman Zadig of the North
Star company and Secretary Olney said
that a description of the forged i-er
tificate a id its discrepancies, as com
pared with the genuine paper, wnui'l
be telegraphed to the New York and
Philadelphia curbs with the recom
mendation that all stock be sent to the
home offlce in this city immediate!.
for identification.
North Star has recently been one of
the leaders of the Nevada mininar
stock trade In Bush street, and th*
price on the exchange has been ad
hering closely to the par value of
$1 a share. Whether forgery of other
stocks than North Star has been per
petrated is unknown, but a rush to
have the paper of other southern Ne
vada companies identified is expected
The mines of the Tonopah and other
southern Nevada districts are heavily
capitalized. North Star having a million
shares and the stocks are scattered al!
over the country.
If the paper has been extensively
counterfeited the value of the stock
will be enhanced, for sellers who
passed the spurious paper to buyers
will have to go into the open market
and buy clean stock to make frood
on their commitments.
VETERANS OBJECT
TO SATIRIC PLAT
They Ask Seattle Mayor to
Forbid Dramatization
of Trial
SEATTLE. Wash.. July A com
mittee of Spanish-American war v#t
erans waited upon Mayor Cotterill to
day and demanded that he forbid the
presentation of the comedy "The Cot
onel and His Friends," at the Mom
theater next Sunday night.
The play, according* tn the author,
is founded on a recent trial In Juda;«
John E. Humphries' court, and tpe
actors will repeat the exact trial as
represented by a shorthand man.
Among the charactera is
Humpty-Dumpty."
The committee represented to t
mayor that scurrilous referents to
the American flag, the Spanish-Amer
ican veterans and the Daughters of
the Revolution were expected to i * n
the play.
The mayor told the committee that
he had no authority to stop the lixow.
Fire Ravages Forest
TACOMA, Wash., July 25.— For»st
fires are burning fiercely at Chanape
cosh Hot springs, within two miles of
the national park boundary of Mount
Rainier and at Packwood lake and
Glacier creek In the government re
serve, according to telephone report*
received by the federal forestry of
fice in Tacoma today.
The fires were started, it is believed,
by lightning In an electric storm Mon
day night. Nearly 200 acres of valu
able timber are said to be in flames.
The worst atretch is at Giaoier
creek, where the fire la said to cover
an area of 100 acres. Construction
crews have turned in to fight the fire
The Are at Packwood la said to he
under control.
British Dreadnought Comes
SEATTLE, Wash., July 25.—Hear
Admiral Alfred Reynolds - of the Pacific
reserve fleet will go to Victoria, B. C,
August 3 with hie flagship, the crui
ser West Virginia, to welcome tha
British dreadnought cruiser New Zea
land, now on the way from Honolulu
to Victoria. The New Zealand la tha
largest war vessel in the Pacific
ocean.
Wireless to Siberia
NOME, Alaska, July 25.—Direct
wireless communication between
America and Asia la now an accom
plished feat, the United States army
signal corps station here having been
in nightly communication since Sun
day with the Russian station at Ana
dyr, Siberia. 500 miles west of Nome.
The Russian government operates a
chain of four stations between Anadyr
and Vladivostok and for the last six
months the signal corps operators
here have been trying, under orders
from Washington, to establish com
munication with the Russian station.
Stefansson Sets Forth
NOME, Alaska, July 25.—The whole
population of Nome went to the beach
last night to say good bye to Vilhjal
miir Stefansson. who embarked on the
steamer Corwin for Port Clarence,
where he will take command of the
Canadian polar exploring fleet, com
posed of the whaler Karluk, the power
schooner Mary E. Sachs and the power
boat Alaska. It Is expected that upon
his arrival at Port Clarence the ves
sels will be ready to sail for the Arc
tic.
Aberdeen and San Pedro and poor at
Port Townsend and Portland.
♦ * *
The Bay District Council of Carpen
ters at lta meeting last Wednesday
night by a vote of 23 to 7, indorsed tin
action of local No. 483 of the United
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners
in relation to a danatlon to tha San
Francisco L<abor council in aid of
unions affiliated with the American
Federation of Labor. This refers to the
donation which the local recently made
in aid of the men of the Light and
Power council on strike, and which th»
international president of the hrothar
hood declared In a letter to the local,
it had no right to make.
N. H. McLane, secretary of the coun
cil, waa granted a three week's vaca
tion to enable him to pay a visit to his
parents In St. Paul, Minn. President
J. T. Greenwood will act as secretary
during his absence.
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