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CITY REAL ESTATE
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HAVE Standard Title Inenranc* Company. Mills
___|djj_. 1-sTire your title: save time, save'money.
•;. ALFALFA
• FrlanteaV worth $200 to' $300 per acre; have ar
ranged' purchase at
* $5©
per acre of 625
. acres, in Turlork irrigation distrfet: want few
ff__% m * n or wornon. to put up $500 or
$1,000 for interest in this farm, which la to
he planted entirely to alfalfa, for sale of
for •• le of fl n'"hed alfalfa land. $200
to,sjjoo. as next year'a price may prevail;
raw land alongside Is being retailed at $150
rer acre tn 40 acre pieces. Your money to
be handled by a bank and treat company; no
' !_l*' T tr> mP ' All wnrk t0 m ,Pt to Turloek
retractors by contract and an acre or more
fe«d»d and finished every day after first rain.
Don t come In if you can't "leave yonr money
st least one year., This is best proposition
offered. Further particulars on request.
Address box 1451. Call office.
MORAGA ACRES. ~
only 1« mlontes from Oakland on the Oakland
and Antioch Electric railway, in the beautiful
Vforaga valley; most desirable place for your
home In tbe entire bay region: rich land; will
crow all the fruits, vegetables and flowers: shel
'"ed by Berkeley hills from Wind and fog; grav
•■'•"l roads: water piped to every tract; one-half
a re and; up: $300 to $1,000 per acre; terms easy.
Sec this tract before hnving.
R N. BURGESS COMPANY.
734 Market at.. San Franclaco.
BRANrrf OFFICES— .
153« Broadway. Oakland.
Walnut Creek.
TmiDAY YOV GUtT ITS
Sutrer coooty lard near Tuba City and Marys
»"> produces fortunes in fruits and alfalfa:
tVifs land is devoted to Intensified farming and
rardentns. "The land of sunshine and early
f-'t " Price $150 per acre." t-R cash, balance
.*■ r-ears; near 2 electric and 2 transcontinental
rp llroad lines.
S<p!-Ita_lb_« IBiniSMmg SyaidS-cato
174R Br*«dwiy. Oakland. Cal.
FOR sale—l6o seres of land; 4 miles east of
Livermore- oo Mocho creek: level road to
\ place; house, been and well, with best of
water: running stream through ranch: water
-. -company's bydrknt on place: 40 acres under
, cultivation: 20 acres of common barley now
i»ady for bog feeding: balance good pasture:
■160 acres of hog proof fence; 400 cords of
oak wood- ffnest for chicken, turkey and hog
.rail ; Mhool % mile from place; price
$*vO»m ; one half rash. For furthsr Information
-.address P. ■> b«x -SI. San Leandro.
FREE FREE FREE
Send or call at once for ray FREE FRUIT.
BOOR, telling all about orchard raising on my
- choice. 6 and 10 .acre fruit ranches in the
fa-ions VACA VILLE section. Solano county:
only $500 for a 6 sere ranch 'whole piece) and
op terms of $50 cash ard $5 a month until
paid: NEVER MISS IT terms: plant out an
orchard In PROVEN land, close to 8. F.. and
buy from owner: don't pay an agent inflated
prices. Apply CHAB. L. PADDON. 35 Mont
goeaery at.. S. F.. room 138.
5 Acres, $5 IP®? [email protected] :
5. 10. 15 and 20 acre farms in proven orchard
district; earliest fruit, berries and vegetables;
also fine alfalfa land: make a 10 per cent psy
rrert and take possession ($llB per sere), balance
$1 per acre per month: railroad station on land;
achool near. Address HICKMAN. 143 Lick build
ing. 85 Montgomery St.. San Francisco. Cal.
HAVE $SOO equity in 10 acres of alfalfa land,
cutting 10 tons per acre; abundant water;
best Irrigation system in the state: within
. walking distance of little city with all con
veniences. Want money to go 1n business, go
will sen cheap. Box 4552. Call office. Oskland.
11 © ACMLS $23 AM©OTIH!
Choicest alfalfa and fruit land near Stockton.
S»—d for booklet. "Yew Forrnne Aes~red." A.
P.. WEINERT. 1673 Market at.. San Francisco.
RANCHES—Santa Clara valley, near Stanford.
T,na Altos: I, 5. 10. 20 acree and up: bargain* :
vßtavhoßaes: exchange. See me, HEBARD, 615
Paclfle b'dg.. San Francisco.
20 acres silt loam soil, Sonoma coonty, near
Schellvllle: this land will produce anything;
$2,250: terma If desired- H. W. KENT, 1540
Broadway. Oakland.
29 ACRES, nearly an plow land: 4 room unfin
ished bouse: spring, creek; good road:
relies from station: $2,000. half cash. ADAMS
ft PA YIP. SURVEYORS. 325 Bush at.
$.•, .-.on—Chicken ranch. 11 acres: fine Improve
•m«~tts: fartrrtng machinery: stock and every-
Ins as It Anplv R HESS Novsto.
HOMESTEADS, southern Oregon; fine farming
land, near railroad under construction: plenty
sf water; we pay transportation and feea: act
pre—p'!v Farm A- Home Co.. 503 Pacific bldg.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE
IF you want a home in the beat location on
terms the same aa rent, see us. We have them
fa all prices. WENHAM ft PAUL. 1444 San
■ Pablo ay. < .
SEE ns for bungalows and cottages: all. prices
and it) the best locations: terms same aa rent.
WENHAM ft PAUL, 1444 San Pablo ay., opp.
city hall. _ ■; .-..■'■" : -V -
FOR sale or rent, on good terms—A perfectly,
rood em. 6 room .bungalow, partly furnished: 1
btoek frsm egrs. 1478 74th ay.
INSIDE Oakland realty for good 6 per cent
be-d«. El K. LOWER, 202 Security bldg,,
Oakland .
BERKELEY EEAI» ESTATB
CLAREMONT PARK—New house of 9 rooms,
equipped witb water heater, furnace and
vacntira cleaner: : lot 50x160; wear Key Roite
station; price. $16,000. -our own terms. -
Ci-ARFMONT REALTY CO.,
. 3030 Claremout it.. Berkeley.
Or to owner, JOS. J. MABON. 430 California
St., San Francisco. •
$9<V> for two tots, sire'JUHt32'.i eseh. on the
*outh aide of Parker street. . 10" feet east of
\'at>-»--i. «r Phon» PtedrnoTtt ?TSB.
RTCH M 0 \
RFST close In property In Rtchmortd; lots $150
'.'and up: easy ten-*. WENHAM ft PAUL.
1444 San Pablo ay.„ Oakland. Richmond of
6c#.' I4?h and PotreTo ay. .
. "ILt . .. _
MARIN COUNTY REAL ESTATE^
iiUrinMIMW • PAlIt '
Most beauttfnl of Marin coonty aubdivisions;
— ooded with stately redwoods and other
growth: all improvementa. Includisa; gas, fine
'•ads. sewer, water, electric lights and side
•r?ika where need»d and all right Ist the
woods; 3 to 10 miautea' walk from Baltimore
Park station; 45 minutes from ferry bldg.
Prieea from $250 qj>: terms to atrlt. Now is
time to buy. Any day. except Sunday,
call at 625 Market at., room 1002. snd go
over and pick out the lot. W. L. COURT
RIGHT. Agent
THE 3 piost popular properties In Marin county;
Fairfax manor. Botliin oark. Manor townsite.
FAIRFAX DEVELOPMENT CO.. 110 Market
st.: phone Kearny 2380.
WANTED—Retired and pensioned school teachers
to sell lota la Fairfax manor. Manor townsite
and Bothln park. Marin tountv. FAIRFAX
.DEVELOPMENT CO., 110 Market at.. 8. F.;
TORRANCE
CALIFORNIA'S MODERN INDUSTRIAL CITY,
located o» ateam and electric railroads between
Los Angeles snd*- Ita harbor. For information
relative to business opportunities, real estate
§nd factory sites write KARL
BREHMK, 10Sl-:;7 Phelan building; phone Bnt
-42f>^
CONTJrLA_COSTA^E J AI^
LOTS FOR SUMMER HOMES —Permanent horde
and Camping In Redwood canyon, rignt on tbe
new Oakland-Anti'x-h railway; $100 and up on
easy payments; oety 17 minutes from Broad
way. Oakland: send for map. , GEORGE W.
AUSTIN. 1422,24 Broadway, Syndicate build
fag. Oakland. ■
_MLLI^VALOT
SPECIALIST In real eatate bargains; right treat
ment; your lntcrVsts cared for. .
WILL "PALLET,*
M ILL V ALLEY.
SONOMA COUNTY LANPf
WRITE J. W. HORN CO. of PeUluma far large,
free list of Sonoma county bargains.

LOCATED on 'electric line between Riverside snd
Los Angeies. Write for handsome illustrated
booklet eat orange and lemon growing to KARL
EBEHME. 1021-37 Phelan bulldinjt. San Fran,
Cisco; phone Sutter 42^.
Si NT A CgUS BgAX gSTATI
HOME*, ranches, acreage; price list.
WiLfON BROS.. Santa Cm*. Cal.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
PROPERTY to exchange anywhere, city or coun
try. NEWELL-MURDOCH CO., 30 Montgomery
at.. San Franeisdo.
tITY or country property sold or exchanged. K.
- ' M,» vt bldg.
15 BUNNT rooma; nicely furnished: corner house;
oM rented; snap He cash. Call 1124 O Paxrell.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
Cnatl d ned
FOR aalo—Absolutely modern hotel: north of
Market; over 120 rooms, ooe-third connected
with bath: nice lobby; private exchange; rent
less than $7 a room; lease extends oven fair:
$12,000: $5,000 cash. balance easy terms. Call
Hotel Grand Southern. 1085 Allsslon at.,
room 20A
'Mm wMhshmfc $2,000.
_® J®in_ ___© be |w®n!B©fes; m
LADY or gent of intelligence with $2,000 rash
and services (or furnlan substituted; 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.. S. T.
WANTED—Reliable party with $3,000 to take
active Interest in an established promising big
money making business: every investigation so
licited. Particulars AMERICAN FILM RENT
INQ CO.. 618 Westbank bldg. .
BEING under contract to take over large hotel
by September, will sacrifice my half Interest
fn established manufacturing business without
competition; party preferred who will take
aetlva interest: duties light: bank references
exchanged; price $4,000. Box 1239. Call.
CORPORATION with business of exceptional
merit wants lady or gent to act as secretary;
duties very simple; experience unnecessary;
$1,000 cash required; fnlly secured; liberal
salary and Intereat in profits. Room 15. 964
Market st.. S. F.
HOTEL for sale or rent: established 25 years;
railroad worklngmen _nd the best transient
. trade tn town: opposite 8. P. depot and N. P.
depot; man and wife preferred: small capital.
Apply or WTite JOB. P. HANMAN, Stockton,
Cal.
VALUABLE patents pay better than gold mines:
write for list "Patents for Ba!e." RANDOLPH
ft CO.. Patent Attorneys. Washington. D. C.
i I HAVE 40 agencies for sharpening safety raxer
blades: also machine: will sell business for
$50. C. H. CUNNINGHAM. Gordon Hotel. 7th
and Mission ats.
CANDY store: swell location; big factory: oppo
site two stations; 40th at. and San Pablo ay..
Oakland.
TOR sale—First class newspaper route on mora
■ leg paper. Apply Circulation Department. San
Francisco CalL
SALOON fcr sale on account of death: 2400 Har
rison at. Apply to M. KEVII-LE. prop.
; WANTED—MiddIe aged man to tend cigar stand.
Apply's99 6th St., after 9 a. m.
FDR sale—Photograph studio; must sacrifice at
once. 2171 Shattuek ay.. Berkeley.
PARTNERS^,ANTED ~~
PARTNER wanted, lady or gentleman, with a
few hundred dollars, to help put article on
market. This Ms a square deal and it will
pay yotj to write. Address box 1250. Call.
INTESTMENTS ~
A. E. WHITE COMPANY.
328 Monadnock bnildlng.
Principal Brokers in Nonliated Securities.
WE WILL SELL:
200 Mascot Copper $2.30
100 Vulcan Fire Ina. Co 11.00
100 California State Life Ins 12.00
50 Western States Life* Insurance C 0... 9.50
1.000 Pyramid Oil 04
And many others In amounts to suit.
"ABBOTT buys BONDS."
145 Montgomery st.
We will bay Western States Life.
We will buy Mascot Copper.
We will buy La Zacoalpa Rnbber.
We will buy Vulcan Fire Ina.
We will buy National Wireless.
ABBOTT ft CO.. 145 Montgomery st.
INVESTMENTS- We have capital for conserva
tive real estate Investments in California where
quick action and prof!- is assured. Address
CHARLES A. STANTON ft CO.. Inc.. First
National Bank building. San Francisco. Cal.
CHESTER B. ELLIS ft CO.,
Largest dealers In "unlisted stocks and bonds,
j 714 Market at. opposite- Call building.
! AUTOMOBILE Funding Co. of America will sell
j limited number of shares at par. $10: Indorsed
by bankers and bus. men. 374 Monadnock bid.
WILL buy NATIONAL WIRELESS telephone
atork. F. 3. GOLDEN. Merchants' National
Bank building: phone D Hg as 832.
WE LOAN $10 or more oft FURNITURE.
PIANOS. SALARIES, etc.. at REASONALLE
RATES; LONG TIME and EASY PAYMENTS.
Yon get the money on TWO HOURS' NOTICE.
$ .85 weekly pays a $15 loan.
$1.35° weekly pays a $3f> loan.
$1.65 we*kly pays a $50 loan.
Other sums is proportion. You pay monthly
if yon wish. It Is easy to borrow money from us.
No PUBLICITY, no DELAY. If you don't place
: your loan with us w» both lose money. o
PEOPLES LOAN* COMPANY,
229 Monadnock building.
6Rt Market #t.. Second floor.
AAA—HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY _____
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURN ITT RE.
PIANOS. ETC.: $10 TO LOW CCST:
CONFIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE
DEAL.
CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE
837 9 PACIFIC BLDG.. FOURTH and MARKET.
PHONE DOUGLAS 3265
OAKLAND office. 51* First National Bank bldg.
WH LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT: no indorser;
confldential; no red tape methods; $1 a week
pava $15-loan. $2 week pay? $30 loan: $3 week
pave $45 loan; $4 week pays $60 loan. Call
j and «c* us. THE ROYAL INVESTMENT
COMPANY. 750 Phelan bnlldlng. •
MONEY LOANED'on furniture, pianos and other
security: lowest rates; most favorable *erms in
the city. See others, then see me and be cos
! vioced: will save year money. $2.25 weekly
psvs $.V» loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE
W. MILLER. 3008 I6th at., 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
j WAREHOUSE receipts; rates ressonabte: pay
ments easy. 433 Phelan bldg.: ph. Douglas 3244.
MONEY LOANED SALARTED PEOPLE AND
•tnera upon their own uames; cheap rates: easy
payments; confidential. D. H. TOLMAN. 948
Phelan bldg. and room 9. 470 13th St.. Oakland.
BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY.
Gold and Silver Smiths.
29-85 Kearny st.
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
CASH advanced on salaries; no security: lowest
rates. 313 Merchants' Exchange building;
phone Douglas 1411. and 508 Call bnlldlng.
phone Sntter 2537.
Any amount on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, 2%.
MAXFERD LOAN OFFICE. 17 4th st. nr. Mkt.
$10 to $10f> advanced on your salary. Onr rates
are the cheapest In this city. Don't fall to sts
na. UNION CREDIT CO.. 360 Phelan bldg.
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.
GOLDEN GATE WAN OFFICE, 110 Kearny st.
Low rates on jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL.
CASH LOANED to salaried men on note without
indorser. MORRELL. 1007 Monadnock bldg.
SALARY LOuaJtS, $5 up. cheapest rates. D. D.
DRAKE. 948 Market st. . "
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR, 110S VALENCIA ST. °
MONEY TO LOAN—Real Estate
AA A A—WILL LOAN ANY AMOUNT at lowest
interest on flrat, second and third mortgages,
estates in profeate. undivided interest: deal
. directly with lender; no delay. R. McCOLGAN.
602-509 Call building, comer 3d and Market;
phone Douglas 2535. The oldest established and
leading financial agency os tbe Paclfle coast.
LARGE OR'SMALL AMOUNTS. 6, 6 v. or 7 per
. cent, flat or installment. Call or write O. R.
EVAN-s st.
PROPOSALS AND BIDS
PROPOSALS FOR SHOES—Depot Quartermas
ter's Office, 1088 North Point at.. San Francisco,
Cal., August It, 1913. Sealed proposals, In trip
licate, will be received here until 10 o'clock
». m., September 10. 1913. for furnishing 200.
-000 palra russet shoes at either tbe Boston. New
York. Philadelphia, Chiccgo, St. Louis or Saa
Ftancleco Depots of the Quartermaster's Corps-
Information on application. JNO. T. KNIGHT,
Depot Quartermaster.
U. 8. Engineer Office. Burke bldg., Seattle, Wo..
August 14. 1913. —Sealed propoaala for lock gates
will be received at this office nntil 12 m. Sep
tember 29. 1913, and then publicly opened. In
formation on application st U. S. Engineer Of-
I fice. Seattle. Wn.. Chicago. 111., or Pittsburgh.
Pa. J. B. Cavanaugrt. Maj. Er.grs.
JLJttIX AIP OmCIJLL
To whom It may concern: I hereby anno—nee
that the partnership heretofore existing be
tween i** undersigned and H. F. Haverkamp,
under tie firm name of Ruefa ft Haverkamp,
has been dissolved and the undersigned has no
further connection with said business.
Aug. 13, 191$, ANTON RULES.
HIE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913.
Classified Directory
for Ready Reference
pub.
JOHN" R. RUCKSTELL, C. P. A.. 3d Boor Clans
Spreckels tCalii building: phone Kearny 4151.
IF YOU CONTEMPLATE BUILDING or want a
capable architect to superintend construction of
building, call or write 0. S. EVANS. N. C,
2.367 Mission st.
ATTORNEYS
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 coats. 603 Chronicle bldg-.
ALL CASES handled by reliable attorney: those
of small means welcome: pay when work• Is
done; advice free. 1112 Market st.. office 122.
B W. KING attorney. Grant bldg.. Market and
7th. room SCO—AII eases; low fees: nothing to
advance or for consnltation. Phone Market 812.
ADVICE FREE —Decrees, damages, collections
and all law cases quickly and quietly handled.
823 Market sf. near 4th. room 507.
ADVICE FREE IN SACRED CONFIDENCE—AII
caaes: 3 leading 'vyjnagl for consnltation. WM.
A. CRANE, secretary* Chronicle bldg. o
HARRIS ft HESS, attorneys at law. W. T.
notary public—Room 709. Hearst building.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
BABY CARRIAGES
FINEST AND CHEAPEST IN THE CITY.
$10. $12. Sl5. $20. Strletlr home industry.
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS,
1141 Suffer st.
KROMTDE SOLA _
PORTRAITS, frames, bromide - solar - albumen
prints. Chicago Qpy Co 1021 G. G. ay.
BTT ND~
Steele's Button Wks. 222 Ellis nr. Mason: tel.
Franklin 4521 and C 4521 —Mall orders solicited.
BCSIN^SS^^OLLT^GES^
HEALD'S BUSINESB COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil,
Electrical. Mining. Architectural; day. even
ing; established 1863. 425 McAllister at.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1008
Market at. opp. 5th —Day and evening sessions.
ALL court reporters recommend OALLAOHER
MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1256 Market at.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLARE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
EAR NOISES positively cured: new: antiseptic;
1 week free to convince. DR. COTTINGHAM,
expert ear.tnos* throat. "21 Market, rixtm 402.
CHIKOPrUCTIC
CECIL. THE CHIROPRACTOR.
Oronle and female troubles: no drags; "so—le
th't-c different"- free. i?2i Sutfr.
CARPET CMLaJmrfl ~
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work,
send your carpet* to J. SPAUT.PINO ft CO..
353 Tehama st.: Douglas 3045, Home J2347.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning; alterations,
renovating. laying. 444 Divlsadero; ph. Park 569.
AA — National Carpet Beating Works —Hampton
ft Bailey. H44-34S Crnrch: Mkt ICO. Mkt. 190.
DECTCTTYTBB
A. E. LUCAS DETECTIVE AGENCY. 713-715
PACIFIC BLDG.- -TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL: ESTAB. 1SSO: TERMS REA
SONABLE : GIVE RESULTS. SUTTER 585.
A—NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY. 542 Pa
riflc bldg.; expert operators, licensed and hond
ed: a'l branches p>teotlve work. Tel Sitter 2^25.
DENTISTS
ARTIFICIAL TEETH—"THIS ONE THING I
DO." DR. C. E WILSON. 323 Geary, suite 604.
PR. IRA G LEEK —A'! kinds of dental work.
517 P;Hmo-e «r nei»r Oak.
~~~~ DRESS MAKING
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School
—Evening classes: patterns cut to order. 121
«* ipif gyp; tel. Donglas 47*1.
IrTOMFS FOR THE APED
COMFORTABLE .home for old people. 341 East
14th st.. Oakland
nrSECTW FXTF T? MI NAT ED
WE marantee fs rd your premises of INSECTS.
THE TNSECTICID'* f 'Q *50 Pbe'sn hulld'ntr.
INVALID CHAIBS ____
SOLD., rented, exchanged: manufacturer of Eemes
•-' ycle c;i-!r. 1714 Market st.: tel Park 294 Q.
FOR SALE
NEW LUMBER $10. shingles $1.50. rustle 820.
doors $1.10; send lists. SWIFT ft CO., 10th
»M M'«■'■ n "f°.
MA TF R NITY HOMES
PRIVATE borne before and during confinement:
safe; restful location: Lght. airy rooms; grad
uate nbrses; adoption. Address Resident Phy
sician. 3751 Shaf'er- a». cor. Moss. Oakland.
S F. LYING' I.N HOME, 11181 Oak St.—Adoption.
DR. LORD. res. phy.: cpnfmt. $25. Mkt. 4469.
IF worried, corjs-lt, at once: painless treatment:
confinement $25, with nurse. Suits 101, 787
Market st. °
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL, BLAKE'S
BAZAAR.' 1108 VALENCIA' ST.
' wmcih _ : •'
ABDOMINAL belts $4. now $3: invalid chairs;
elastic hosiery. PERCY J. MEYER ft CO..
*.M> Slitter st.
LAIIIES— pills never fall: mall, $2.
RAYMOND REMEDY CO . 19 7th st.
STiXOID circs weakness In m»n; 81. RAYMOND
REM. CO.. 19 7th st. S. F. Onen evenings.
METAL WORKS
C®2TOMa Slbsdt Ms&sß Woorlka
FnDv equipped tn do light metal preaswor—,
MODEI.S MADE AND PERFECTED
1246 Golden Gate m v.: Phone Wc«t 2TIB.
~
THE Investor's machinist: machinery experts.
, A. SCHNEIDER ENGINEERING WORKS,
15*-h and Shotwell sts.. S. F.
~ I
CONFINEMENT, your home $15. my home $30;
adoption. 7*7 Market St.. room 101.
PATENT ATTORNEYS
DEWEY. STRONG ft CO., founded 1860— U. S.
and foreign patents: Inventors' guide; 100 me
chanical movements free. 814-916 Crocker
' Ming. San Francisco.
H. C. SCHROEDER, patent, trademark attorney.
417 First National Bank bldg.. Oakland.
G. W. WlEGAND—Patents, trademarks, etc. 303
Security Bank bldg.. Oakland; phone Oak. 2563.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
__JPE NS
M. H. SAMMIS. pension atty.; pensions, back pay.
lost army papers secured. 1664 Larkln, aultc 5.
PHJYSIcjANS
SAN FRANCISCO SPECIALISTS' DIRECTORY
FOR ANY REASON, do you need the services of
a reliable, up to date specialist? If. so, call
at ROOM 605. Westbank bidg., S3O Market st ,
S. F. Advice FREE. Confidential. Hrs* 10 to 4.
- < - 1 ■
P. BOATS MAN, Doctor of meccano-therapy and
electro therapy: specialist in treating nervous
and chronic dl-eases. 2068 Sutter st.; phone
_ r > 746 - '
STAMMERING
STAMMERING—Cure guaranteed; cons, free; 'est.
25 years. Mra. M. J. L. Crane. 1902 Divlsadero.
STAMMER? Method to cure explained FREE.
M. L. HATFIELD. 1918 Grove. Oakland. Cal.
STORAGE AND goYl?GJ^gB^
EXCURSION rates east on household goods: $1.75
per hundred to Chicago: through car service.
BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE CO.
WILSON BROS. CO., flrenroof storage, moving.
packing, chipping. Removed to 1636 Market
st. near Haigbt: phone Park 271.

PIEBCE-ROPOLPH STORAGE CO., 1450 Eddy
at.; phone West Home S2<2«.
AND ~_
FEW uncalled for second hand trunks and suit
cases for sale cheap. Levy's Bis Trunk Fac
tory, 707 Mission cor. 3d; nJhoss Douglas 3183.
AUCTION SALES
E. CURTIS
AUCTIONEER
Office and Salesroom. Van Ness at Sacramento.
Phone Franklin 2264. The old established
honsc of CURTIS —No connection with any
branch.
COD STILL BOON
TO NEWFOUNDLAND
Fisheries Revenues Greater
Than That From Sparse
Farm Land
ST. JOHNS, N. F., Aug. 15.—Some
20,000 Newfoundland flsherfolk—men,
women and children —are now engaged
in the annual campaign against the
shoals, locally known as "schools," of
cod along the Labrador seaboard.
In Newfoundland and Labrador the
cold climate, which the polar current,
in which they are swathed, imposes
up on them, practically denies a living
to the populace unless they can de
rive it from the sea. It Is true that
of late years the mines, and the lum
ber of Newfoundland have grown in
value, but even now the revenue de
rived from these is unimportant com
pared with the great fishery. Whatever
may have been said and written in
favor of agriculture in Newfoundland,
it is the sea to which her sons look
as their mainstay.
Naturally, then, the Newfoundlander
is a sailor from his cradle. He is born
and bred of a race of men who have
struggled with an environment of
rough seas, dense fogs and limitless
Ice; men who have been thrown on their
own resources for almost everything
that they make use of. It is little
wonder, then, that a race of men has
been gradually evolved who preserve
all the best traditions of the British
race. Tiie real sailor of "today, the
nearest kin to those men who made
England great In the sixteenth century,
is to be found on the North sea and on
the Newfoundland and Labrador coasts.
During July and August the fishery is
carried on in a way peculiar to this
coast. The main objects sought for are
the salmon and the cod. It is a great
sight on a fine morning to see a school
of salmon strike the nets, for the sal
mon swim near the surface. Salmon in
the sea, contrary to the general suppo
sition, will not infrequently take a
hook baited with a small fish, which is
used by the poorer fishermen, who can
not afford big nets. Of course, the sal
mon is not treated in the dignified way
that he is in a river, for on a stout
line and a large hook he is hauled In
willy nitty by brawny arms. It is no good
his trying to resist. Though he adopts
the fiercest tactics, they are of no serv
ice to him, for in two minutes at the
most he is hauled over the side of the
boat as if he were a common codfish. It
seems scurvy treatment for so noble a
fish.
COD Fll.li THE SHORE WATERS
In June and July huge shoals o? cod
will run right in oh the shore, sweeping
past the headlands and sometimes fill
ing the basins and bights so full that
we say you can almost walk across
their backs. They are to be seen over
a great area of water, their backs con
stantly showing, and the surface alive
with those that Jump out. They are
generally proceded close In to the shore
by a small bait fish called caplln, some
what like small herrings, which come in
countless millions, and may now be seen
on every beach in dense black masses,
some being left high and dry with
every wave. >
The cod at this time are found to be
full of caplln. and so we suppose that
they follow them In to feed on them
■ while the caplln themselves come in to
deposit their spawn on the beach,
where it hatches out in the wajtm 3un,
■ and the fry are washed back again
into the sea. So from May to Septem
ber the coastline is a vast labyrinth
of nets, and one has to be well on
one's guard steaming into harbors and
past islands that one does not run afoul
of the interminable quantity of twine
in the water.
The cod, when caught, are taken
ashore and, like the salmon, are split
and salted and the heads cut off. When
the catching is over, the salted fish are
"washed out and spread out on the
rocks, usually by the women and chil
dren, for whom small huts have been
built of turf and sticks and stones at
a place nearest to where the family
vessel is fishing.
At the close of .the year, when the
ice forms, the fish is sold, either to local
buyers who have brought their vessels
from England, or from Spain, where
they have been for salt, or else it is
taken to St. John's to be sold to the
merchants. It i 3 then shipped to the
Mediterranean markets or Brazil and to
the western Indies.
NAVAL RESERVE TRAINING
The price of fish varies with the sup
ply in the world's markets, and a large
French and Norwegian catch means
a low price for Newfoundland's catch.
Two years ago the price went so low
that fish was sold in St. Johns for $1
per quintal, which Is less than the
price which it takes to catch and dry
It. The result of this was that at the
close of the season there were scores of
rchooners with brooms at their mast
heads lying in the harbor, the emblem
signifying that they were for sale, and
that the crews were obliged to go to
the States, to find work. Since then,
the prices have gfeatly improved, and
this year there are more fishermen
than for several years past.
During the last few years advantage
has been taken of the splendid sailor
personnel of Newfoundland, and a royal
navy reserve has been formed. Each
winter an increasing number of young
men J*oin the navy, and wintet In Ber
muda or Halifax, or wherever the North
American squadron happens to be. It
used to be objected that this was merely
training fighting men for the United
States, for it was supposed that on the
short service system the great oppor
tunities offered in the United States
would seduce these men from their al
legiance. However, there*are no colo
nists in the empire more patriotic than
the Newfoundlanders, and there is no
danger, in the improbable event of war
with the United States, that Newfound
landers would fight against their own
country.
HAIR AND WHISKERS SHORN
FROM HOBO FILL BASKET
"WUd Man" Who Frightened Jersey
Women and Children an
Educated Tramp
MILLVILLE, N. J.. Aug. 13 —A "wild
man" was reported to the police yester
day as roaming the woods west of
Millville and frightening women and
children. Marshal Biggs hastened to
the locality and discovered an uncouth
man with shaggy beard which reached
to his waist and long hair which hung
matted over his shoulders.
When taken to the city hall the man
said he was Waldron Furry of Low
Banks, Can., and that he was simply
tramping. He appeared to be well
educated and one who had at one time
been accustomed to refinement-
Marshal Biggs acted aa barber for
the stranger and his hirsute adornment
flllad a large basket,
j LOCAL BREVITIES
Henry i„ D«vl«, a printer of 268 Mar
ket street, wag fined $20 yesterday for
aiding- and abetting- a lottery.
Or. G rente B. Fisher, charged with
bribery, was held to answer to the su
perior court yesterday by Judge Crist.
Jewelry valued at f 150 waa stolen
yesterday from Robert Broad, 10J8
Capp street.
Andrew Marshall, 404 Lick building,
was fined $50 by Judge Crist yester
day for assisting a lottery.
St. Teresa's parish nf tbe Potrern
will hold its annual picnic and family
reunion In Shell Mound park, Oakland,
Saturday, August 30.
L>. Greenway, a perter. aged 32. was
found dead in a room at 1360 Stocktpn
street Thursday night. His throat was
cut.
Ralph Murphy, a clerk, Wis caught
by Policemen Vizzard and Sheehan
early yesterday attempting to take an
automobile belonging to It. J. Jacobson,
1057 Market street.
A atone Mladlnlch, so called "Millard
ball thief," waa found guilty on three
counts of petty larceny yesterday by
Police Judge Sullivan and sentenced
to serve nine months In the count*/ jaiL
A. thief, who entered the lienor store
of Adam Vlahiak, 115 Mason street,
early yesterday morning attempted to
hide the burglary by setting the store
on fire.
Jndgc Griffin yesterday granted a pe
tition of Frank N. Pease for the adop
tion of Robert W. Brashear, 19 years
ofhage. It was the first official act of
the new Judge. #
The body of Blasts* Bur eh, n milker,
aged 60, was found early yesterday
morning on the beach south of the life
saving station. Burch has been miss
ing for several months.
Charles Brinton KHer, a local carpen
ter, filed a petition in bankruptcy yes
terday in the United States district
court. His liabilities are scheduled at
$359.30, with no assets.
Ella Cullen, a waitress, was arrested
and charged with grand larceny yester
day following the accusation made by
Riley Dodds, a soldier who says the
Cullen woman robbed him of a watch
and $5.
Charles MeLala, a clerk, who bor
rowed $40 from the San Francisco
Remedial Loan association, 43 Fifth
street, on furniture he did not own.
was arrested yesterday on a charge of
obtaining money under false pretenses.
Mian Jennctte Miriam Goldberg of
Philadelphia, secretary of the Jewish
Chautauqua society, is attending the
western summer assembly of the Chau
tauqua and will remain here until the
sessions end. Miss Goldberg is at the
St. Francis hotel.
St. Joseph's School for the Deaf, con
ducted by the sisters of St. Joseph.
4002 Telegraph avenue. Oakland, will
open Wednesday, August 27. The study
of music will be a principal feature
of the curriculum.
The supervisors' finance committee
allowed an appropriation of $8,000 yes
terday for additional street cleaning
equipment. The committee set aside
$6,100 for the painting of the relief
home buildings.
At the First Baptist chnreh tomor
row .morning Pastor George E. Burlin
game will introduce a new feature, a
"Little Sermon for Little People.'* The
choral musical service will also be
planned for them in part.
Collector Frederick S. Stratton an
nounced yesterday that next Monday he
would transfer the office of collector
of the port for San Francisco to his suc
cessor, J. O. Davis, whose bond has
been approved in Washington, D. C,
and his commission mailed.
The first evidence la tbe St. Francis
lobby of the extensive changes being
made throughout the hotel appeared
yesterday when workmen erected scaf
folding along the big panels of the
south wall, preparatory to opening that
side through into the present dining
room.
William Heinstreet, wanted here tor
grand larceny, is under arrest in Illi
nois. Detective Conlon of the local de
partment was one of the arresting of
ficers. Heinstreet is charged with
stealing $900 from the register at the
Albany hotel, IST Third street.
Judge Graham yesterday granted let
ters, of administration to James Moffatt
on the $5,000 estate of his brother. Rob
ert Moffatt. Robert Moffatt was a sea
faring man who disappeared seven
years ago. Recently Judge Graham,
on the brother's petition, declared the
missing man to be legally dead.
The newly organized Octavla Im
provement ciub will meet Monday night
at 1411 Geary street to discuss matters
pertaining to the improvement of the
district. One of the matters before the
club is to ask for a grammar and pri
mary school In the district. President
Jacob Label will preside.
Miss Milton Davis, saleswoman in a
store at 2016 Fillmore street, turned
her back on a customer yesterday while
looking for something he had asked
for and when she returned the man
had disappeared. Later she discovered
a purse containing $22.50 was missing.
"Old Age; Its Cause and Prevention,"
will be the title of an address by San
ford Bennett. Monday night, at the
regular monthly meeting of the Berean
society of Calvary Presbyterian church.
Mr. Bennett is known as "the man who
grew young at 70 years." and will Illus
trate his lecture with lantern slides.
B. 9. Garrison, a locomotive en
gineer living in Oakland, filed a jpetl
tlon In bankruptcy yesterday in the
United States district court. His lia
bilities are $1,963.61 with no assets.
Robert H. Magill Jr. also filed a peti
tion In bankruptcy. His debts are $677
with no assets.
The case against Henry A. Henth,
who was arrested three months ago on
complaint of Mrs. Agnes Spalding, for
mer wife of Dr. Otis B. Spalding, was
dismissed yesterday by Police Judge
Shortall. He was charged with giv
ing Mrs. Spalding a worthless check.
Mrs. Spalding refused to prosecute.
Mrs. Margaret Mitchell, wife of W.
D. Mitchell, a miner, visited police
headquarters yesterday afternoon and
tearfully told the authorities that she
believed her husband had deserted her
for another woman. The Mitchells ar
rived here from Butte, Mont., three
days ago, and have been staying at
Hotel Marley.
Popular*» lobby services will be held
tomorrow at the Young Men's
Christian association. Golden Gate
avenue and Leavenworth street at 4:30
in the afternoon. Gospel and jubilee
songs and plantation melodies will
be rendered by the Tuskeegee Male
quartet. Rev. F. F. Wittkamp will
deliver an address.
Notice sent out Thy the probation offi
cer of Oakland was received yesterday
by Marriage License Clerk Grant Mun
son. warning him not to issue a license
to John Norton Ptttman of Oakland
and Irene Black of San Diego. The
notice stated that Pittman broke his
probation, after having been convicted
of abandoning his wife and child.
To argue the relative nsorlta of polit
ical versus direct action, a debate
will be held tomorrow evening in
Averill hall, 14$ Mason street. J.
Edward Morgan, former organiser of
the Western Federation of Miners will
take the side of direct action while
Thomas Feeley of Milwaukee will de
fend politics* action.
The supcrVtoors' atreet committee
has recommended that work be
started at once for the paving of the
city's half of Lincoln way, from Forty
first avenue to the Great Highway, for
which $20,000 has been set aside. The
committee also recommended that San
Bruno avenue be paved wherever neces
sary from Oakdale avenue to Railroad
avenue ,
OBITUARY NOTES
♦ —*•
Mrs. Logan Tucker, a Washington so
ciety woman, died suddenly in At
lantic City Thursday night. Mrs.
Tucker was the widow of Captain
Logan Tucker, last male descendant
of General John A. Logan, ctvil war
hero.
Marriage Licenses
♦ ■ »
SAN FRANCISCO
The following marriage license* were issued
Friday, August 15, 1913:
BOICELLI—CLAYTON—Anthony E. Boicelli. 25,
1618 Larkln atreet. and Dolores B. Clayton,
22. St. Francis hotel.
BOXSDORFF—DAVI?—Martin Bonsdorff. 34.
Oakland, and Henrietta Davis. 24. 3947 Sev
enteenth street.
DANIEL—NICKS—Martin P. Daniel. 28. and
Maria K. Nicks, 30. both of 452 Haigfat street.
POCBTNER—O'SCLLIYAN— August L. Fourt
ner, 27. 1333 McAllister street, and Mary M.
O'Sullivan, 20. 152 Tenth avenue.
GRTTBERT—MUNOS—Ernest A. Gmbert. 22,
3558 Mission street, and Bessie L Munos. 23.
26 Bern Ice street.
GITNDERSEN — ANDREA SEX—Lars O un ,ieTsen.
715. and Dagmar Andreasen, 31, both of 138
Church street.
'HAWKINS— FERNALD—George S. Hawkins. 32.
163 Third street, and Marie L. Fernald. 24,
750 OTarrell streer.
PICA TIE—McQUTLTON —Albert W. Pioatte, 34.
Los Angeles, and Felicia E. McQullton. 31.
Colorado Springs. Colo.
POCH—MAT7SZ—Louis Poch, 27. 32 Chesley
street, and Mary Matlsi, 19, 165 Holliday
avenue.
REED—PIERCE—Haines W. Reed. ."2. and
Florence L. Pierce. 20, both of Ix>s Angeles.
RUSSELL—VAN OORSCHOT—William E. Rus
sell. 23. 456 Page street, and Gertrude Van
Oorscbot. 21, 1655 Waller street.
SINIGIANI—RATTT—Deovol! Sinlgiani. 34, and
Delflaa Ratti. 22. both of 2230 Mason street.
THOMPSON—LASURE—Archie It. Thompson.
24. 36CS Eighteenth street, and Elizabeth M.
La sure. 19, 874 Page street.
WATSON—BURDICK—Daniel J. Watson. 27. 58
Cook street, and Josephine D. Burdick. 19,
629 Ellis street.
OAKL.4XD
The following marriage licenses Wrre isstied
Friday. August 15. 1913:
BONINl—BXONGIOVAXNI — Ernc-to Giuseppe
Bonini. 32. and Madalena Bnongiovannf, 27.
both of Oakland. j
EDWARDS—THORNE-William D. Edward?. 28,
San Francisco', and Christine B. Thorne. 19,
Oakland.
FOX—MUSSER—Marian Calhoun Fox Jr.. 22.
and Ethel Howell Moaner. 22. both of Oakland.
MeMANX—BRAYIL— Frank McMann Jr., 25,
aad Erma Brayil. 19. both of Berkeley.
MEXEZES —PA VILLA —Jalen M. Menezes. 81,
and Isabella Davilla. 19. both of Alvarado.
ZIERAN —KLOOS —(It to Ernest Zierar.. 20
Berkeley, and Myrtle Louisa Kloos. 21. Oak
land.
births"
CORDES— In San Anselmo. to the wife of A'bert
R. Cordes (nee Fennl, a daughter.
MORRIS —In this city. August 14. 1913. to the
wife of Loo E. Morris tdee Prince>, a daugh
ter.
MARRIAGES
COHN—STEIX —In this city. July 27, 1913. by
Rev. M." 8. Levy, Edward S. Cohn and Alma
Stein. v
COHX—DAVID—In this city. July 16. 1913. by
Rev. m. 8. Levy, Samuel Cohn and Mi^t
Doretta David.
COHEN—GORDAX—In this city, July 20. 1913.
by Rev. M. g. Levy. Herman H. Cohen and
Rose Arnette Gordan.
FINKELSTEIN—DEUTSCH—In this city. July
20. 1913. by Rev. M. 8. I>>vr. Thomas M»lvn
Flnkelstein and Gladys Antoinette Dejtscn.
LICHT— COHEN—In this city. July 20. 1913, by
Rev. M. S- Levy, Simon Louis Licht and Annie
Cohen.
MARKOVIT8—BLOOM—In this city. July 6.
1913. by Rev. M. S. Levy, Jack Markovita and
Miss Esther Bloom.
SCHWARTZ—ROTH —In this city, July . 20,
1913. by Rev. M. S. Levy. Solomon Schwaru
and Harriet Roth.
STERN —COHEN —In this city. July 2C. 1913,
by Rev. M. S. Levy. Henry L. Stern and Helen
Cohen.
DEATHS
Beattv, William J.. —i Manson. Samuella L. —
Bluhm. Julius 55{ Moore. Frank 1 61
Breckenridge. Cath- Newport. Frsnkl.n B. 19
erine t ... 68; Person, Jolin 54
Campbell. Johanna.. 7b! Perry, Roale J —
Clark. Adeline M... 80 Posey, Elizabeth ...38
Colllus. Mrs. B —Rice. William H 57
Crow. Llovd T 36 Riley. John 76
Devoto. .Matilda M.. 31 Say lor. Katberine ..43
Howling. Frank C. .. 22|Schrakkart. Charles.. S2
Greenwav, Alfred , .84 Stokes, John M 48
Guvnes. StiUman I. 39 Webe. Van Cllef ... 29
Hansen. Job* 40j Welsh (Mass*
Hatch. Capr. Z. IV. 67
Hulllne. James A..47:Smitb (Cardi
Maloney, Bridget . . 75 i
BE ATT Y —In tbis city. August 14. IMS, Wil
liam Joseph Beatty. a native of Ireland, aged
81 years 5 months and 3 days.
BLUHM—fn this city. August' 14. 1913. Julius
Bluhm. a native of Germany, aged 55 years.
A member of Musicians' Mutual Protective
Union of San Francisco. Local No. 6. and Saa
Francisco Lodge No. 3. Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday*.
August 17. 1913. at 10:15 o'clock a. m.. from
the parlors of Valente. Marini. Marals A Co..
3448 Mission street above Thirtieth, where
services wlil be held under the ausplceg of San
Francisco Lodee No. 3. Benevolent and Protect
ive Order of Elks. Interment Greenlawu ceme
tery.
SAX FRANCISCO LODGE MO. S. B. P. O.
ELKS —Members are notified to attend the
funeral of our late brother. Joseph Bluhm.
tomorrow (Sunday i. August 17. at 10:15
o'clock a. m.. from the parlors of Valente.
Marini, Marais' & Co.. 8448 Mission street. By
order FRED FL SXAXLK, Kxalted Ruler.
Attest: HERMAN KOHX. Secretary.
BRECKENRIDGE—In this city. Autrust 15. 1913.
Catherine Breckenridge. beloved mother of W.
J. and A- ?. Breckenridge. a native of Scot
land, aged 68 years 10 months and H days.
Funeral and interment private. Remains at
the chapel of Craig. Cochran A Co.. 1169 Va
lencia atreet between Twenty-second and Twen
ty-third.
CAMPBELL—In tiiis city. August 14. 1913, Jo
hanna Campbell, dearly belrvcd wife of the
late Andrew Campbell, and loving mother of
Frank J.. John H.. David R.. Mary and Kath
ryn Campbell and the late James .1. Campbeil.
and grandmother of Marion Campbell, a native
of County Kerry. Ireland, aged 75 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturdavi.
August 16, at 9:15 o'clock a. m.. from her
late residence. 622 Hatgbt street, thence to
Sacred Heart church, where a solemn requiem
high mass will be celebrated for the rep e of
her soul, commencing at 9:45 o'clock a. m.
Interaient Holy Cross cemetery, by automobile.
Kindly omit flowers.
CLARK —In Alameda. August 14. 1913. Adeline
Maria Clark, dearly beloved mother of Calvin
J. Clark and Mrs. J. W. Row, grandmother of
Frederick C. and Alba Clark and Stella E.
Clark Emerson, a native of Drydeu. N. Y.,
aged 80 years.
COLLINS —In Fruitvale. August 14. 1913. at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs. Belle Xew
som, Annie E.. beloved wife of the late Pat
rick F. Collins, loving mother of Mrs. Belie
Xewsom and Thomas F. Collins and the late
Mrs. George Wood, John aad Joseph Collins, a
a native of Dublin, Ireland.
The funeral will take place today (Sstnr
day I, August 16. 1913,' at 8:30 o'clock a. m..
from the funeral parlors of Ryan. McDonnell
A Don oboe, 431-437 Valencia street between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth, thence to St. Paul's
church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her son!, com
mencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment (private.)
Holy Cro-w cemetery. Please omit flowers.
CROW—In this city, August 12. 1913. at tha
residence of his sister. Mrs. M. J. Brock, 2219
Dlvlsadero street, Lloyd Tevis Crow, beloved
son of Albion T. and the late Belle C. Crow,
a native of Watsonvllle, Cal., aged 36 years 11
months aad 22 days. (Watsonvllle pspers
please copy. >
The funeral will take place today (Satur
day), at 2 o'clock p. in., from the rurlor* of
the Henry J. Gallagher Company. 2597 Howard
street near Twenty-second, thence to St. Domi
nic's church for services. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, by automobile.
DEVOTO—In thia city. August 15, 1913, Matilda
Mary Devoto, dearly beloved daughter of
IjouIsh Devoto and the late Gerolomo Devoto,
beloved sister of Andrew A. Devoto, Mrs. G. S.
Green. Mrs. Oerge Oline. a native of San
Francisco, Cal., aged SI years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday!,
August 17, 1913, at 1 p. m.. from her late
residence. 858 Union street, thence to Sts.
Peter and Paal Italian church for benediction,
thence to Holy Cross cemetery, by carriage.
DOWXJNG— In this city. August 13. 191S. Frank
C. Dowling, beloved son of Mr snd Mrs. J. J.
CEMETERIES A^_J^E^ATOWES
CYPRESS LAWN
CEMETERY ASSN.
995 MARKET ST.
208-212 David Hewesßldg.
Telephone Sntter SOS
SINGLE GRAVES. $15 AND UP: FAMILY
PLOTS, *T0 AND UP: CREMATION tADULT
BODYi, 135: COMMUNITY VAULT NICHES.
1200: COLUMBARIUM NICHES. 130 AND UP.
ENTIRE CEMETERY UNDER PERPETUAL
CAB*- PERPETUAL CASE FUND AMOUNTS
TO OVER 9400,000.
Dowling, and loving brother of Joseph A .
John R., Maude U.. Emily M . Ethel and
Florence Dowling. a native of San Francisco,
aged 23 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respsetfally In
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday.
August 18. at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from his late
residence. 925 Fulton street, thence to Sacred
Heart church, where a requiem high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com
mencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, by automobile.
GREENWAY—In this city. Angnet 14. 1813.
Alfred Greenway. dearly beloved son of Sarah
and the late Alfred Greenway, and devoted
brother of Mrs. William Hawlev, s native of
San Francisco. CaL, aged 34 years 8 months
and T days.
Friends and acquaintances are respeetfnlly in
vited to attend the funeral today < Saturday 1.
August 18. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. nr. from the
parlors c/ Valente. Marini. Marals A Co.. 64»
Green street. Interment Mount Olivet ceme
tery.
GUYNES—In this city. August 14 1913. Still
man I. Guynes. a native of Mississippi, aged
39 years 11 month' and 2 r > days.- A member
of Aerie No. 5. F. 0. E., and Bartenders'
Un'on. Local No. 41.
Remains at the parlors of Valente, Marini,
Marals A Co.. 549 Green street.
HATCH—In Oakland. Autmst 15. 1013, Captain
Z. J. Hatch, beloved husband of Addle A.
Hatch, and father of Allen TYemain Hatch.
Mrs. lonise Hatch Johnson. William Dwlght.
Cornelius Ferry and Adeiene Hatch, a name
of New York, aged 67 years.
HANSEN—In this city, AHgnat 12. 1013. JeHn
Hansen, a native of Norway, aged 40 years
10 months and 18 days. •
Friends are respectfully invited to attend tb*
funeral 6ervicea today (Saturday), at IO
o'clock a. m . at the chapel of Halsted A Co.,
1122 Sutter street.
HULLING -At rest. August 15. 1913, James A.,
beloved husband of Anna Hulling, and loving
father of Melvln and Inland Hulling, a natiro
of San Francisco, CaL. aged 47 years 9
months and 1 day. A member of King Solo
mon's Lodge No. 260. F. A A. M.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral tomorrow (Sunday). August 17. at 10
o'clock a. m:. from King Solomon's hall, nil
more street near Sutter, under the auspices of
• King Solomon's Lodge No. 260. F. A A. M.
Remains at the new chapel of Halsted Broth
ers, corner of Divisadero and McAllister.
MALONEY—In this city. August 13. 101 S.
Brldgpt Maloney. dearly beloved mother of
Mra. Charles Fleisohraann. Mrs. J. Pinner of
San Francisco and Mrs. M. Reddy of Bakers
field. a native of Ireland, aged 75 years.
(Bakersfield papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are resrsetfnlly In
vited to atteDd the funeral today (Saturday',
at 8:15 p. m., from the parlors af J. J.
Crowly, 692 Valencia street, thence to Saererl
Heart church, Fortieth and Grove streets.
Oakland, where a requiem high mass will ha
celebrated for the repose of her soul, com
mencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment Bt.
Mary's cemetery, Oakland, by anto.
MANSON—August 14. 1913, at 7:45 n. m..
Samuella Louise, beloved wife of Marsdeti
Manson, daughter of the late James Allen
Chase.
Notice of funeral later.
MOORE—In this city. Ausust IS. 1«13. Fraak.
Linden Moore, beloved father ef Mrs. J. B.
Drew of San Joae and Camtlle and Colemaw
Moore, a native of lowa, aged 51 years S
rjonths and 4 days.
NEWPORT—In this city. August 13. 1913.
Frnnklin Bernard Newport, beloved brother of
Bertie F.. Howard A.. Rachel L.. Leonard W .
Isabella and I.eland T. Newport, a native of
California, aged 19 yeara 10 months and 9
days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday*.
August 16. 1913. at 2 o'clock p. m., from ths
mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate Undertak
ing Company. 247' Mission atreet near Twenty
first. Interment Vaeaville, Cal.
PERSON—In this rlty. August 14. 1913. John,
dearly beloved husband of Christine Person,
and loving father of William. James. Freder
ick. Henry. Theodore. Jegnette and Christine
and the late George and Carl Person, and sister
of Mrs. A. H. Peters of Santa Crua and Mr«.
C. Nelson of Grand Rapids. Mich., a native of
Sweden, aged 54 years 5 months and 25 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services today
'Satnrdav), at 2:30 p. m.. at the parlors of
11. F. Suhr A Co.. 2919 Mission atreet between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-slxtb. Interment
Mount Olivet cemetery, by automobile. "
PERRY—In this city. August 15. 1913. Rosie
J.. beloved wife of Henry O. Perry, sister of
Mrs. Ellen M. Qutnn of Phllsdelphta and the
late Mrs. Lucie Dslbv of Melrose, Mas*., a
native of New Hampahire. A member of Seven
Pines Circle, Ladies of G. A. R.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to nttend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday',
at 2 p. m., from the funeral parlors of Samuel
McFadden. 1070 Haight street near Baker,
under the auspices of Seven Pidc Circle, Ladles
of G. A. R. Interment Cypress Laws ceme
tery, by automobile.
POSEY—In this city. August 15. 10t3. Ellr.s-
Iteth. beloved wife of 0. J. Posey, and sister
of Mrs. G. Relnhardt and Mrs. James Leahy,
a native of Minneapolis. Minn., aged 38 years.
RICK—In this city. August 15. 1913. William
H.. beloved husband of Elizabeth Rice, father
of Mrs. L. C. Swain. W. H. Rice Jr. and
Leland S. Rite, and brother of George L. Mar
dock. Mrs. Nellie Havey and Mrs. Harriett
Spear of Somerville. Mass.. a native ot Cali
fornia, szed 57 years 11 months and 7 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services tomorrow
'•Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m., at tha chapel
of Halsted A Co.. 1122 Sutter street-
RILEY—In this city, August 15. 101 S. John,
dearlr beloved husband of the late Mary E.
Riley, devoted father of Mrs. E. J. Henev.
Mrs. p. M. Burke, Philip and the late Frank
Rller. and lortng grandfather of Raymond A..
Granville J.. Emm"tt P... Edna G.. Ruth M ,
Edward B. Jr.. Har-el C. and Dolores G.
Henev. Alleen K. Burke and John P. Riley, s
native of County Longford. Ireland, aged 76
years. A member of the Catholic Knights of
America No. 197.
Friends and acquaintance* are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral Monday. August
18. 1913. at 9 o'clock a. m.. from his late resi
dence, 1044 Bryant street, thence to St. Jo
seph's church, where a solemn requiem hlrh
mass will be celebrated for the repose of Mm
soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. In
terment Holy Cross cemetery.
SAYLOR—In this city. August 15. IMS, Kather
ine. devoted husband of Harry Saytor. beloved,
mother of Jennie, Alexander and Harry Savior,
loving sister of Elizabeth Cushingham. Mar
garet Orievs. ITattie Parker, James de Lewi*
of Hilo. Charles Lewis and J. A aid Of Hono
lulu, a native of Honolulu, aged 43 years I
month and 9 days. (Honolulu papers please)
copy.)
Friends .and acquaintances are reapectf oily 1"
vited to attend the funeral services Monday.
August IS. at fi:3o a . m., at the chapel
of Julius S. Gedean. 41 Van Ness avenue,
thence to Star of the Sea chureb. where a
n:ass wffl be rflebrated for the repose sf her
son!, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Inter
ment Holy Cross cemetery, by auto.
BCHRAKKART —In ibis city. August 15. IM*.
Cbarlea. beloved husband of Caroline Rchrak
kart. and loving foster father of Alfred a««*
Reinhold Bothe. a native of Germany, aged 82
years 8 montha and 5 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
v'ted to attend tbe funeral services tomorrow
t Sunday!, at 2 p. m.. at the parlors of
11. F. Suhr A Co.. 2919 Mission atreet between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. Incineration
Mount Olivet cemetery, by automobile.
STOKES —In this cttv. August 15. 1913. Joes)
M.. beloved husband of Katberlne Stokes, and
loving father of John. Juliet. David. Cecilia.
George. Francis and Grace Stokes. Mr*. V I.
Roberts and tbe late Nora. Mark and Mi«
Stones, a native of Cotraty Cork, Ireles^,
aged 48 years 1 month and 25 days. A mem
ber of the Brewery Workers' Union
Notice of funeral Remalna at the
parlors of Barry A Scully. 9» Valencia atreet.
WEHE—In Santa Crux. Aug*!* 14, 1»1S. ▼»«
Cllef Wehe, a resident of Or .land, a native of
Downievllle. Cal.. aged 29 years.
Funeral services today (Saturday), August
IR. 1913. at 2 o'clock p. nj-. at the residence
of his parents, corner of Carlton atreet and
Telegraph avenue. Berkeley. Interment private.
WELSH —An anniversary requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of the aoui
of /be late Ellen Welsh, at Mission Dolores
church, today (Saturday*, commencing at d
o'clock a. m. Friends are invited attend.
CARD OF THANKS.
SMITH—I take this opportunity to extend my
heartfelt thanks to my many friends and neigh
bors for their kindness, sympathy and beauti
ful floral offerings extended to me In my late
bereavement, the* loss of my dear hneband.
MRS. JOHN SMITH.
331 Twenty-seventh street.
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PARK FLORAL, 1437 Height at.; phone Park
336—Cut flowers, plants, etc. R. Grove*, prop.
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Sutter; Franklin 2094. Frank Shibeiey, mgr.
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Telephone
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Market 711. Oakland 4045.
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