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FRUITVALE REAL_ESTATE_ REIDS real estate $3,000 —New. modern, cement, 6 room bunga low, hardwood floors; fine location; easy terms. $3.300—6 room house: 9 ft. basement: bard wood 35x150 on Frnitvale ay.; $1,000 cash- balance easy terms; snap. Choice lots on Frultvaie ay.; finest location; easy terms. $1,050 buys a lot 40x140 on a 60 ft. street; Street work all done. This lot Is worth $1,400. $3,soo—Chicken ranch; 6 room house; lot 68x 37.v terms; 1 block from cars. 23m FRUITVALE AY. MER. 297. jl.sno— Lot 80*130 ; 4 room cottage: $300 cash. $15 per month; near S. P. locals. $2 300—50x125; 5 room cottage: sleeping porch, isrge front porch, trees, berries, flowers and Al place; fine location; terms. 11.400—30x100; 4 room cottage; near 2 car lines; 1 block from Fruitvale ay.; terms. f',.800—50x150 ; 3 room cottage; street work $2.500 —35x120 : 4 room bungalow; new, modern and up to date In every detail: fine location; street work complete; terms $200 cash, $20 Resd's Real Estate. INVESTORS. TAKE NOTICE. There is a great demand for an apartment bouse in Fruitvale. I have a proposition that yea can net afford to miss; location unsur passed. Call and see me. 2300 Fruitvale ay. 1 MERRITT 297. $2 Too New bungaouv; 4 rooms; modern; any thing dowu. $20 per mouth; ail street $2.20(^ 0 4 r roonT' bungalow; l' block to cars: $75 down, $20 per month, iucludlng 6 per cent Interest. $10,000— Do you want a good home on Fruit vale ay. ? 9 rooms; all modern: lot 77x 150; garage, shrubbery, gravel walks, furnace; 2 car lines by property; will Western Information <& Investment Co., Phone Morrilt 341. 1418 Fruitvale ay. CHOICE BARGAINS. $1,900—5 room house; lot 25x120: down to date improvements; $250 cash, balance $15 per month. $4,000 —i room, modern house; 10.000 gallon water tank: large hothouse: lot 90x320; $250 cash. $20 per month. You can make a living here; $500 worth of greens ready for market. $2.100 —5 room, modern cottage: lot 50x120. highly improved; $400 cash. bal. $20 per month. KARL E. HANSON, MELROSE STATION. SPECIAL BARGAIN. $200 down; very nice 6 room. 2 story house and nice let, 50x123; owner anxious to sell on account of death iv family. Lot close to Fruitvale ay., only $450; easy We have small amounts of money to loan. $1.400—4 room house and nicely improved lot: 1 block to school and 1 block to streetcar. TRY US REALTY CO., 27t»4 FRUITVALE AY. I A BIG SACEIFICE. Cottage of 6 rooms and large reception hall. bath, pantry and washroom, inside stairs to bast asset, basement partially floored; let 4oxloi; south frontage, situated 1 block from Fruitvale ay. aud foothill boulevard; 12 minute-' walk to S. P. trans; price $2,450. j value $3,200: terms can lie arranged; must be sold within 10 days. Apply to HOME INVESTMENT CO.. 1940 Fruitvale ay. New $ room cement corner bungalow, with all modern conveniences; hardwood floors, garage; large lot: $1 WOO, terms: also 2 story 6 room house, same price. 2487 62d ay. near Wbo wants it? $550 cash for a lot worth $S00; 50x100 ft.; 3 blocks from Melrose station. $900—Choice lot, 50x136. Melrose Heights; . all street work finished; $450 cash, bal. flat. Biiodgette <& Snirley, 1232 47TH AY., MELBOSE STATION. Reid's Real Estate. IS acres to be sold In J ,a acre lots, from $350 ip. To persons desiring an exclusive rural aoaseslte, among tne redwoods, adjacent to ' Oakland: finest water and climate; "re -2300 Fruitvale aye. MERRITT 297. NEW T. room cottage: street work complete; 2 blocks to cars and school. Nelson Rounseville, ROOM 253. BACON BLDG., OAKLAND. $B.ooo—Corner store and 6 room Oat above: lot , 70\144: room for one more store and bun galow in rear of lot; will exchange for cottage np to $2,700; balance can stand. B .W .KOCH, 3418 East 14th St., Oak land. Cal. NAPA COUNTY REAL ESTATE j E. E. Hooper, Real Estate St. Helena, Cal. Don't land on your back—get back to the J21..-.OO—VINEYARD: 50 acrea full besr lng : over 200 tons this year worth $26 per ton; close to town and schools; fine Improvements; this Is all level land and pays big interest; terms. $Vnon—GOOD GENERAL RANCH: 155 seres Hose to town: being sold to cloy es | tate; abont 40 acres level bottom land: 75 I acres in all can be cultivated; balance hill pasture with plenty of wood and water; fine improvements: no permanent crop on this place; value could be trebled in fruit. $7.BBB—SMALL INCOME BANCn; 18 acres; mortgage $3,000 at 6 per cent; close In: 10 acres rich valley lend; 8 acres wooded hill and pasture; 7 acres full bear ing vineyard: good for all kinds of fruit or vegetables: water for Irrigation; fur nished "> room house. 2 barns, horse, cow, all farming implements; gas engine. $11.000—OBCHABD; 19 acres; richest land in Napa valley: 15 acres peaches, pears, prMkBS; fi>od house, barn: fronts on river; < In-., to town: will sell either half at pro sB,oBo -PAYING MOUNTAIN RANCH AND RES'iRT. 100 acres; mortgage $2,300; will exchange equity for house and lot In bay city; write for particulars. E. E. Hooker, Real Estate St. Helena, Cal. BARGAINS In Napa lands. Write W. B* GRIFFITHS CO.. for lists. Nana. LOS ALTOS REAL ESTATE^ LOS ALTOS Los Altos, nestling close to the beautiful Santa ("lara foothills, protected by them and the higher Santa Cruz mountains beyond, affords to lovers of outdoor life sn Ideal playground tbe year round. I-os Attos Is rapidly becoming known ss the most healthful and pleasant country place to live In California. Los Altos has a good school, telephones. • leetrie lights, steam and electric trains to Sau Francisco, Pslo Alto, Stanford univer sity. San Jose and other towns in tbe Santa Clara valley. Stanford university only 10 minutes and Pan Frsnclsco only 56 minutes distsnt. In selecting the location for a home you should consider the advantage of an unlim ited snpply of pure water. In this, tbe year of greatest drouth In 20 years. Los Altos bas the only unlimited water Vi'pply In the Ssnta Clara valley. For miles lt« water system supplies the demand for Irrigation and street sprinkling as well as for domestic purposes. It receives Its pure ar tesian water from wells hundreds of feet deep that are unaffected by local conditions. Among the business enterprises there are splendid openings for a bahk, a bakery, a meat market and a laundry. For particulars Inquire of LOS ALTOS COMPANY. Boblnsou A Miner, general agents. Los Altos. CaL t_ ... SAN MATEOJREAL ESJTATE_ A BARGAIN -Terms to suit: Atherton (Fair OaktO. 10 room house, garage. 2 baths, gas, elec tel.; 1 acre: 8 large oaks; other trees snd shrubs. HARBISON, 872 Sutter st. ~StO^MAj:C«UNT^ WRITE J. W. Horn Co.. Petaluma. Cal. for free copy "Sonoma County Bargains." IMPROVED sod unlmp. Grsvensteln apple aad berry lands. W. Widebase. Sebastopol. Cal. SANTA^OSA^EALJEST^TE_ $OR renl bargains in good lsnds. SONOMA CO. LAND CO., 223 eth at, Santa Rosa. I CONTRA COSTA COUNTY CJDNJTRAJCO ESTATE 70 Miles of Water Front B>r resources, the advantages of her geo irraphical position, tbe productiveness of her soil, and her proximity to markets; her unsurpassed transportation facilities at the bead of the bay of San Francisco, and her commanding advantages for various kinds of manufacturing, goes to make opportunities for the home seekers. GLEN FRAZER_R^L^S^ATE 80 ACRES; 12 mini 10 wooded pasture; 3 buildings aud orchard: 55 hay; modern house, fireplace and hath: spring water piped; large barn: several other outbuildings; team horses; 1 cow; farm utensils; '•, mile Santa Fe depot; 5 miles Martinet county seat; 25 miles S. F.: a tine country home; $1,500 cash aud terras to suit on $5,000 or $5,750 cash. 80 acres; 16 wood pasture, 60 grain or bay. 40 orchard; 2 large barns; several out buildings; dwelling: team horses; 1 cow; farm utensils; 10 tons bay; splendid dairy place; spring water piped: 25 miles S. F.: miles Santa Fe depot: 5 miles Martinez; 18.006 cash; time on $3,750. or $8,000 cash; 70 acres adjoining can also be had reason ably. 8 lots Gill's addition to Pullman for sale, single or eutlre 8. W. ii. LOWD, Glen Frazer, CaL ANTIOCH REAL ESTATE 60 acres choice alfalfa land near Byron; will grow alfalfa without irrigation; price and terms on application. 10 acres near Knightsou: all In almonds; good bouse, barn, poultry houses, brooders; suit able for poultry raifch; price $7,000. 200 acres hay or grain land; part of It will raise alfalfa: can be irrigated. 7 acres; 4 acres in almonds; ] acre alfalfa; 2 acres fruit: small bouse; poultry: Belgian hare and 1.000 pigeons go with the place. 20 acres almonds; choice varieties; $250 acre. 160 acre g.ain raucti; improvements; price $12,000. 20 acres choice wine grapes; good house and necessary outbuildings. 10 acres young almouds; choicest varieties; $250 per acre. For full description of these properties write or apply to MBS. S X. NASH. Antloch. Csl. RICHMON^^EAJ.JE^AjrE^ IMPBOVFD RANCH—I2o acres: fenced into 7 fields; 6 room house, barus. sheds, etc.; liv ing water piped Into residence; has in full 16 large cherry trees: 10 peach; apricots and plums; half acre black figs; 40 walnuts; 400 almonds: 1 chestnut; 1 persimmon; 200 orange; 6 lemons; 2 grapefruit; 1 acre mus cut grapes: 00 apple trees (wlnesapi, pro duced 500 boxes last year; 25 other apple trees and 15 Bartlett pears; owner raised and sold $600 from 1.200 tomato vines In one season. Now listen: With the above Im provements this land Is worth $150 per acre for ranch purposes only, bnt oil sand crops to the surface within 25 j-ards of one corner: natural gas bubbles up from the river bed near by; a coal vein Is being opened up % mile distant: acre is estimated to contain $10,000 placer gold, while 2o acres of it is rich dredging ground. Mr. Home Seeker, here is a ranch worth the r.ionev. with a chance that it will make you rich. Only $126.55 per BOBEBT W. BYRN. AO.- Macdonald ay.. Richmond, Cal. REACH THESE QUICK. One lot ri-ti: in the New Harbor, on 11th st. Snap. $550. $550—1 lot • 7th st.: street work paid. $1,300—2 lots; 11th st. near Barrett. $2.10o —5 room modem bouse; 3d near Barrett. $3,150—3 lots; Nevin ay. near 15th st. $275 —Lot: 15th st. near Chanslor. CALIFORNIA HOUR BITLDING CO.. INC., 1321 Macdonald ay.. Richmond. Phoue Richmond 9001. CHOICE home ranch, 12 acres. 4 miles from Sauta Rosa: fine 6 room house: 3.800 laying hens; full equipment of tools, barns, brooders and bouses: variety fruit trees; a bargain; 15 acres sandy loam land, fenced; no buildings; $185 |>er acre; Sonoma county. 90 acres good for grain: orchard or poultry: good school: R. P. mail; telephone; good roads; 6 miles Santa Rosa. 958 acre stock ranch. Lake county; $13 G. C. HENLEY A CO.. 314 Macdonald ay., Richmond. Cal. RICHMOND SNAPS. 5 lots, close to car line for cash, $1,125. 2 choice lots in Macdonald ay.; cash $8,000. Hotel and bar business; cash. $2,500. House and let for cash. $900; terms, $600; by expending $200 will have a revenue. Com municate with us In reference to acreage, large or small tracts, fruit or stock ranches. TRUITT & MOYLE, 709 Mscdonald ay. RICH MONO BARGAINS. BAY COUNTIES REALTY AND INVEST MENT COMPANY, INC.. J. 513 Macdonald ay. Real estate, titles, probating, managing. Im proving, loans, mortgages, bonds, investments, opportunities, incidentals, fire aad life Insur ance. Bl YING or selling Richmond property. I can _aye you money. Call, write or pbone Rich mond 6591. JOHN SAVAGE. P. O. box 54. Office, room 15, Pitlow buildlog, 7th and Macdonald. Bichmond. STATE LAND You Need Our Circulars TO TELL YOC ABOUT BARGAINS THAT WE CAN HELP YOU BUY FROM OFFI CIALS REGARDLESS OF PRESENT VALUE. Some of this state land, lately searched out. Is well located and has been overlooked. All counties. Write THE CALIFORNIA STATE LAND INFORMATION BUREAU. JOSEPH CLARK. Manager, Sacramento. Cal. Mention The Call when writing. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE NEWARK—2 lob*, cheap; close to prop. S. P. shops and Key Route. Box 1917. Call office. TOSS VALLCT TOAL ESTATE i-OTV cottages snd residences for reur ana sale. Apply to A. HAI KU. Ross. Cal. SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE HOMES, ranches, scresge: exchsnge; prlc. list. WII-SON BROS . Santa Cruz. Cal. GOVERNMENT LANDS RICHEST LAND That lies out of doors now obtainable In tracts upward to 320 aereg for the filing fees only. First year's crop more than re turns cost of entire Improvement expenses, leaving you the owner of an Immense, val uable property enriching you for life. Cli mate and soil unsurpassed. Water, fuel, lumber and game abundant. Co-operating benefits that mean highest success; lowest costs; largest returns and greatest comforts by reason of the splendid projects we build there for your conveniences. Railroad facili ties being rushed to completion right through the valley. No sane man can figure this land less than $100 per acre value as It lies. Think whst this opportunity means to you, and let us and our satisfied settlers con vince you. Half fare excursion ratea. West Coast Develops ment Co., Inc., 816 Humboldt Bank bldg., S. F. Pew Aeir® This land Is tn a beantifnl valley snr rounded on all sides by s free range of 400,000 acres of free pasture; fish and cams galore; finest kind of soil: water guaran teed st from 12 to 35 feet. We psy all your expenses, losn you 8 hogs, tf cows, 2 horses and all tools. Don't miss this op portunity, ss this Is the last good level land in California. Call snd see. J. E. BURKE. Room 83, Delger bldg.. 14th and Broadway, Oakland. $2.00 PER ACRE I will locate you on the finest land In California, furnish you with a team and tools, 3 hogs and from 1 to 6 cows. You can keep young bogs until you have a herd of 25 hogs. Will guarantee to put all your land under ditch or will lease It for 5 years and do all Improvements, giving you one third of the crop after the first year, yon to fence land under cultiva tion. For further information see J. E. BURKE, I Room ba-Si, Delger bldg., Oakland. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1913 GOVERNMENT LANDS Contjriiic<l s Acm THIS PWCE y@W IT® IK lit* <3 Hog) ras!re)!id! ®w& §S®®jp)° ©r ff(MT@ 9 tend Mis ff©ir ©nt\® w<bA 9 I@© ffiMte Mito tbrsjp> 9 »° v@y 9 gwmiKßili Mmg ff@@ 9 wntooss v@M(gy 9 §s<dl@s by & ffir@® mmg® ©£ 4@© 9 ©©® mm§> ©ff ffreg jpm° teir(go Fsin»ft BdM ©ff Ikusmittninig &i&<& isGmgo 2)© l (tejp ®<dl<si]p>ft@dl ft© <sM kiMs ©If jp>r@<fato. 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Ask for owner, care room 83, Delger block, Oakland. , FARMLANDS FRUIT, pecan, truck, dairy and fanning lands in Columbia county, Florida's proven agri cultural region; 10, 20 and 40 acre tracts, $12.50 acre; cheap improved farms and eoi oii-zutiou tracts. Geo. Culburn, Lako City, Flu. FARM LANDS Continued GOVERNMENT FARMS FREE—Our official 112 page book, "Vacant Government Lands." describes every acre iv every county in U. S. How secured free. 1913 diagrams and tables. All about irrigated farms. Price 23e postpaid. WEBB PUBLISHING CO.. Dept. 20. St. Paul. Minn. OREGON RAILROAD LANDs! GOVERNMENT WINS federal court de cision: 2,300,000 acres Oregon and California railroad land, valued at $75,000,000 declared ta I . S.: 15,000 claims immensely valuable: timber, fruit, farm and stock lands; prepare for dispostion of lands: send 25c for maps and detailed Information; booklet 4<( DOUG LAS COUNTY ABSTBACT CO., Boseburg, Ore. MILL VALLEY REAL ESTAT l®«finffnil! W©©d]cßcil L©£§ &€rife®s 115 to 410 IPcbit Omt ©r T@™§ We have been anpolnted sole agents for tbe Schlingman proper !es of Mill Valley, and to Close out the tract are offering rare opportuni ties to secure a beautiful wooded lot, com manding a view of tbe bay, mountain or valley for $150 and upward. COME OVEB TO DAI* or arrange with our city office for a visit during the week. THINK OF BEDWOODS, MADBONES, OAKS and CLEAR CBYSTAL WATER. 3mdA ©s> IRcßgnia City: Mill Valley; 522 Crocker building. Falley's office. Phoue Kearny 2002. Opposite drug store. Dltt MILL VALLEY BARGAINS. SEE WILL FALLEY. MILL VALLEY. SAN ANSELMO REAL ESTATE TAMAL MM SAN ANSELMO The camping ground of the Tamal Indians. In early days, who came from miles around to partake of tbe famous spring waters nnd enjoy (he beautiful landscape and climate to be had on this property. The owners have - of Indlun relics which were excavated here. The public is cordially invited to Inspect our interesting collection snd also our sub- JiWsiori of the property Into a beautiful RESIDENCE TRACT Lots sold reasonably from $650 and up and on terms to suit the purchaser; all modern Im provements will be fnstslled and no expense will be spared to MAKE THIS TRACT one of the choicest residence parks in Marin Co. Four minutes' walk from Poland station, the heart of San Anselmo. Particulars of CAREY & GRANUCCI SOLE AGENTS ' CHKDA BLDG.. SAN ANSELMO Phones San Bafael 8191. 4073 BEAUTIFUL LOTS, YOLANDA PABK—AII modern Improvements: easy terms; right at Yolanda station; our sign on property. CAREY & GRANUCCI. Chida building. San Anselmo: phone S. R. 8191-4072. SAJSR^M^NTO^jRJ^ SAVE $." or more per month and bny s little farm —1 to 10 acrea —3»4 miles from capitol building; electric car: good soil, grow any thing; no overflow; streets; shade trees plant ed: fine market for anything you raise; price will double lv 3 years. Write for photo to day. Easiest terms. NORTH SACRAMENTO LAND CO., 1( 't4 X st_ Sacramento. REDWOOD CITY REAL ESTATE ELEGANT HOME SITES, only $150 each. $5 down and $5 per month; no interest, no taxes. Write or call for handsome booklet, t. W. MAGRUDER. 423-425 Phelan Bldg.. WO Market St.. S. F. AGENTS WANTED. MARIN CO. REAL ESTATE FAIRFAX" DEVELOPMENT CO. offers 3 up-to date properties Cheap—Easy terms—Modern Improvements. 110 Mkt. St.; Kear. 2380. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE 20 acres fine alfalfa land; Turlock district; 2 miles from Turlock; clear; $4,000; want clear residence, Oakland or Berkeley; or will assunie. 12 fine building lots. Oakland: Ro per cent paid in value $4,300; want residence or small ranch. New 7 room cement house. 4th ay. Terrace; $6,000; want small ranch near by; will put in other property to value of $4,500 for larger 2U acres, near Colma. San Mateo county; near car line: 30 minutes San Francisco"; price $3;7."U', clear; want Oakiund residence. 5S room apartments (new). San Francisco: In come $730 per month; price $75,000; mort gage $17,500; want land (clean for equity. Fine new 6 room house, 10 minutes from 14th ami Broadway: value $4,500; want general ranch near Cloverdale or vicinity. Fine corner. 45x100; UJ room house; near Mar ket and 10th; $8,000: want ranch or lota to value of $4.tsio. mortgage for balance, lo room house. Filbert and 10th; price $4,000; clear; want alfalfa ranch; this Is good. S H. BATES. 288 Bacon building. Oakland. ©lidk Exdbcfinngcß Wmted San Jose Income Home Nearly ope hundred acres; four miles to San .lose; pays from $8,000 to $11,000, or 10 per cent on a valuation of $100,000. All planted to foil bearing apricots and prunes; trees ..re young, thrifty and lv excellent con dition. All necessary outbuildings; complete equipment for sulphuring aud drying fruit. Owner wishes u> live abroad: wants prop erty that does not require personal attention. Will take any good city properly. Wants to do business, quick. Hu< a bank mortgage of $38,000, Will assume up to $00,000 if value U shown. If you have afl exchange send par ticulars at once. Box 4856. Call office, Oak sB,ooo -Jo acres, near Modesto; want Oakland borne to value. $5,5<X) —Clear; new. strictly modern home in select district, Berkeley; will assume on good general purpose ranch worth. $7,500—1.-. acres, m ar Petaluma; well improved, with 3 acres In on-hard and berries; tine level soil; wants Oakland. Berkeley or Alameda property to value or le--. $0,000- 1 room modern home. Claremont dis trict; wants small, well Improved ranch. Bant* Clara. Sosocaa or Napa counties to $7,000. $7,500— Mortgage $4.0(K); beautiful 9 room resi lience. Venom Heights, Oakland; will trade equity tor any good property on which $1,000 can be borrowed. $4,000 —clear: 160 acres, Santa Clara county, for good equity. $7,500 —Beautiful Hayward home for home in Oakland to $6,500. $600 -Clear; Lo« Angeles lot; wants lot in Oakland or Berkeley to $1,000; pay differ ence; must be worth money. Have cash buyers for small Cheap properties. FRANK A. PABRIBH * CO., 1544 Broadway. Oakland. FOR E'XCMnGE. 10 acres In vineyard, near Gait. Cal.; will exchange for Oakland coOage. 2277 EAST 14TH ST., BAST OAKLAND. CAL. | $9.(HMV—IB seres. Alameda Co.; tine Improve ments; 000 heps: full equipment; only one mile from good town. Box 49104 Call, OakliL 538 ACRES Improved Lake co. for o a k. or Berk, property: value $12.<H>0. C. W., 2416 18th st.. Berkeley. CHARLES W. FISHER, property exchange broker, for quick results. 000 Market st. NEWARK —30 lots, exchange or sale: small amount down; a snap, box 1677, Call office. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE Continued - Equitable Realty Co. EXCLUSIVE EXCHANGE BROKERS TRY US FOR RESULTS $5,750 —Store; rooms In rear; flat upstairs: j>n Geary st.; Rich. Dist,; want well located small flats. Oakland. $5,500 —Sunset Dist. res. for Nupa chicken ranch complete. $4,500 —40 a., Bakersfield: fine irrig.; 10 a. alfalfa, bal. grain; want lot for equity. $6,000 —2(J a., Napa co.; fruit and chicken ranch: bldgs.. livestock and" imp.; for city or bay improved. $10,000 —Clear Marin co. summer resort; 30 bldgs., bar. well imp.; for city or bay income or lots. $13,000 —Clear 19 a., Sonoma co. fruit ranch; creek bottom soil, good bldgs., stoclS, etc.; for city improved. $25,000—216 a.. San Joaquin co., at station; 30 a. alfalfa, bal. grain; good bldgs. and stock; for city income. $35,000 —94 a., near Lodi; 75 a. vineyard; all bottom land; bldgs.; for city or bay In come. IMPROVED RANCHES AND LAND TO $500,000. IF YOU WANT ACTION, SEE US. Equitable Realty Co., 615 Merchants' Natl. Bank Bldg., Market and New Mont= gomery Sts. Tel. Douglas 1787. 4 FLATS of 15 rooms, all modern: close to city hall. Oakland; income $114.50 per month; price $15,000; also a business lot, 117x100, valued at $12,500; will exchange for good ranch in valley improved. (8965j One 7 room and one 10 room houses valued at $6,500 and $7,000, to exchange for good County property. (B1037) 6 3 room apartments, modern, right In the heart of Oakland; price $20,000; wiH trade for good land, improved or unimproved, or what have you got? (8C95) J. HAY~SMITH, 90.8 BROADWAY, OAKLAND. 120 acres, level, fenced; new pumping plant; house, barn, windmill, trough: 8 miles from Fresno on the Kearney drive; will trade; price $15,000. 7 room house In Seminary ay.. 1 block of E. 14th st.; garage and driveway- will trade or sell. BLANCK A RAIBCH. 1518 Broadway. Tel. Oakland 1070. 10 ACRES in Santa Cruz, $4,500. Tills prop erty, without exception, is the liest piece of land to be had In that section for the loca tion or money; will sell or exchange for Oak land property. Apply to owner, F. H. PARTINGTON, ROOM 289, BACON BLDG., OAKLAND. SONOMA FOB OAKLAND. 80 acres, near Glen Ellen; good land, will raise anything you plant; only fair improve ments. What have you in exchange? Price $4,000. OWNER, box 4878. Call office, Oak land. A SAN JOAQUIN RANCH. 80 acres, all under cultivation; small house, barn, pumping plant, abundance of water. 800 trees: close to railroad; flat loan of $3,700 now on ranch; price $100 per acre; great improve ments here now; will trade for Oakland prop erty. OWNER, box 4913. Call office, Oakland. BUILDING LOTS, 40x100. BESTRICTED DIS TRICT. Only $1,000 each. WIU exchange for flats, cot tages or ranches. RENTER 1739 Telegraph ay. co». 18th St.. Oakland. $6,000 —13 ACRES. Souoma Co.; 4 room house, windmill and tank: 10 a. grapes. 3 a. full bearing orchard; want stores and apartments to $10,000. Box 4909, Call office. Oakland. $O.OOO—HAYWARD home, 3 acres; level, bearing apricots; new 7 room bungalow; electric light; modern. Box 4911. Call office. BUSINESS CHANCES__ YOU can lease an Adver= graph at a small amount per month== WE WILL FURNISH THE LOCATION, and in three months to one year you control a business with a per= manent monthly in come. Go to the Ferry Station and take a look at these Advertise ing Advergraphs in operation == then == if you are interested, call at the office and we will talk the mat ter over. FERRY ADVERGRAPH COM PANY, 437 Pacific bldg. STATE MANAGER WANTED. LARGE WESTERN MANUFACTURING CORPORATION WANTS STATE MANAGER Tn HANDLE THE STATE. MUST BE FIRST CTjASS SALESMAN. WITH $5,000 IN CASH. CAN MAKE $10,000 TO $90,000 PER YEAR. FINEST OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE BIG MONEY AND NO RISK AT ALL. WILL GUARANTEE PROPOSITION AND FUR NISH BEST OF BANK AND COMMERCIAL REFERENCES. APPLICANT MUST ALSO FURNISH BEST OF REFERENCES OR WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. PREFER MAN WITH SOME AUTOMOBILE EXPE RIENCE. BUT CAN GET ALONG WITH OUT IT. ADDRESS THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, BOX 1922. WANTED immediately, party with $1,200 to $1,500 for theatrical proposition: act as treasurer and assistant manager: share profits: reimbursed from first profits: mag nificent $10,000 production complete and ready; act quick account routing company: wonderful opportunity to nuke big money; Investigate Immediately. 018 Wostbunk bhl -12 ROOMS complctelv furnished, all rcutf and paying well; $400. Tanner Real Estate Co. BUSINESS OPPOBTUNITIES. 229 Mulrhead building. 1278 Market Street. San Franclaco. Phone Park 6736. __ FOB SALE. Oldest and best equipped machine shop and garage In Imperial valley, consisting of finely equipped machine shop, acetylene welding ma chine brazing machine, fine blacksmith shop. Presto light service. Address P. O. box 142. Imperial. Cal. 25 BOOMS for sale cheap; paying net $150 per month; long lease; gold mine during Fair; $500 cash will handle It. D. R. Tanner Real Es= tate Co. 1278 Market at,. Boom 229. HOTEL for aale 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. HANMA.n. Stockton. CaL DELICATESSEN store, with living rooms; doing nice business; cheap. D. R. Tanner Real Es= tate Co. Boom 229 Mulrhead bldg.. 1278 Market st. COM ME In and get your choice of territory for tbe best aud easiest selling article ever In troduced In the state of California-. I have the exclusive right for the entire state. Phone or write F. E. WOOD. Hillsdale Hotel. WANTED IDEAS —Write for list of Inventions wanted by manufacturers and prizes offered for inventions; our 4 books sent free. Pat ents secured or fee returned. VICTOR J. EVANS A CO.. Washington, D. C. BUSINESS for sale—Ladies' and children's wear hosiery, ribbons notions, etc.: stork clean' and salable* about $6,500 will buy; rood 1 business location. See OWNER. 1422 1 inigbt st.. Sau Francisco. GROCERY and family liquor store; dally business $30 to $40; price $800 cash. Phone West 5005. Sunday a. m. or Monday. j;;,!!—Handy man for partner for new and sec on«7 ha ml store and office furniture business. 855 McAllister st. MONEY —European capital for investment In attractive enterprises. Address BANKEBS' ALLIANCE, 125 High Hoihorn. London, Eng. land. VALUABLE patents pay better than gold mines; write for list. "Patents for Sale." RANDOLPH A CO.. patent attorneys. Wash Ington. D. C. LUNCHROOM, delicatessen, living room; cheap; best location; cheap tent. 1626 Pacific ay. v BUSINESS CHANCES Continued CANDY store, $1,000 cash, balance of $1,500 at $100 per month; in good location. Box 1887. Csll office. 16 ROOMS beautiful furniture; cheap if taken at once; a snap. D. R. Tanner Real Es= tate Co. Boom 229 Mulrhead bldg.. 1278 Market St. STATIONERY business, located In a good bual ness town; will sell cheap. Box 543. Marys ville, Cal. LODGING HOUSES FQR_S^ILE TELEGBAPH ay., 2114 —14 rooms, housekeep ing and single; centrally located; Inclosed porch, hot and cold water, electricity; long lease; snap. _ LEAVENWORTH St., 2120—Single or double room, private family, for ladies; good board and home. GEARY. 1428—A 14 rm. house, suitable for a rooming or boarding bouse; must sell at any reas. offer. HOTEL—3O rooms full of steady and transient; new and clean; leaving city. 740 Howard. WANTED—2 partners with $5,000 cash, with or without services; will stand rigid Investi gation. Call at room 83?, Monadnock bldg. WITH $200 and up you can get into a clean business that pays well. ADVERGRAPH SERVICE looks good every way you figure it. FERRY ADVER GRAPH CO., 437 Pa cific bldg. Money on your salary without security; best snd most private terma: see us before going elsewhere. Room 201. 948 Market, roosa 18, 1225 Broadway. Oakland. HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Loans on furniture, pianos, etc.; low rates; private. 357 Pacific bldg.. 4th and Market eta.; phone Douglas 3265; Oakland office. 618 First National Bank bldg. WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVB PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT; no lndorser; confidential; no red tape methods; $1 a week pays $15 loan, $2 week pays $30 loan, $3 week paya $45 loan, $4 week pays $60 loan. Call and see us. THE ROYAL INVEST MENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan building. On your salary quick; cheapest iViMsJ'i NIU a rates. Those dealing else where especially Invited. They will appreciate tbe difference. FOX CO.. 6£5 Market., rm. 51L BALDWIN JKWKLKY COMPANY. Gold and Sliver Smiths. 28-35 Kearny at. LOAN DEPT. BATES 2 PEB CENT PER MO. OUR plan for advancing money to aalaried peo ple IS DIFFEBENT; printed rate card tella story, DYEB BBOS.. 12 Geary at., room 505. MONEY loaned. 2 per cent on diamonds; Jew elry. old gold, diamonds bought. LOSSMAN. 1150% Market. CASH loaned to salaried men on note wlth oot lndorser. MORRELL, 607 Monadnock building. PAWN tickets, diamonds bought, highest val ues. BCHUMAN. 133 Geary St.. room 524. <B°*> MONEY DON'T be abort of money and sacrifice your stocks or bonds; I will loan yon money at 8 per cent on any marketable paper listed or unlisted, with a value anywhere; will loan two-thirds value on your security. See J. E. BURKE or D. J. HALL, room 83, Delger building!, Oakland. WE HAVE SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN upon city. Oakland. San Mateo, Richmond and Point Richmond property, first or second mortgage, at 6 and 7 per cent. No trouble or unnecessary delays. Pay off same as rent. If in need of money to Improve, or clear off Indebtedness about to be closed, call ou us and we can help you out. F. AMBROSE & CO., 3230 Mission st. near 29th. I HAVE $15,000 to loan at 7 per cent. In amounts from $1,000 to $3 000; Oakland im proved oulv: property must be gilt edge. Box #907, Call office. Oakland. LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS, 6. 0% or 7 pert cent, fist o> Installments. Csll or write O v.. EVANS 5867 Visslon st.. 3 F. I. THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby notify all business men nnd tbe public In general that after November SO. 1018, I will not be held responsible for any Indebtedness In curred by my Wife, KATHRTN B. KELLY. (Signed) JOSEPH B. KELLY, 1818 Greeu st.. Sau Francisco. Classifed Directory for Ready Reference JOHN K. RUCKSTELL. C. P. A., 3d floor. Claua Spreekels (Calli bldg.: phone Kearny 4151. ATTORNEYS sva—AhVict. vil —Ail cases; lu.stallmeuts accepted; no publicity; estatea. damage., de crees, bankruptcy; open evenings. 99.-. MARKET ST.. ROOM 719. CORNER 6TH AND MARKET STS. McUAVIN A JBBBKTT. attys. and counselors st lsw—Former Congressman McGsvln and W. Hector Jerrett announce their co-partner ship and opening of u«w offices at 321 fe rine bldg. ADVICE free; decrees, damages, collections and all cases promptly bandied; corpora tions organized. 823 Market st., corner 4th. Re «n 507. ADVICE free; decrees, damages, collections end ail cases promptly bandied: corpora tions orcsuized. b23 Market st., corner 4th. Room 507. ADVICE FRKB IN SACRED CONFIDENCE; family matters; 3 attorneys; all welcome. LAW BUREAU. 1278 Market st. ALL cases handled by reliable attorney; those of small means welcome: pay when wor;i la done: advice free. 1112 Market st., offlc* 122. HARRIS - A HESS, attorneys at law. W. T. HESS, notary pnbile. room 709. Hearst bldg. OAKLAND ATTORNEYS M. J. Rutherford 86 58 Bacon bldg.. Oakland; pbone Lakeside ■633. 1. L. t HRISTIANSON. attorney at lsw. 3003 F'antages bldg.: Lakeside 121. re.. Mer. 2343. STEELE'S Button Works. 222 Ellis nr. Mason. Tel. Franklin 4521—Ma1l orders soilclt-d. ___mj^N^s^j:oLj^Gßj__ BAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 009 Market st. oppoelta fith—Day snd evening sessions. CHIROPODISTS P. SPUGNARD. chiropodist and manicure, will teach full course. 3 lessons. $10. Room 51S Grant bldg.. 1095 Market st. CARPET CLEANING WHEN you become disgusted with poor work, send your carpets to J. SPAULDING A CO.. 852 Tehama St.: Donglas 3084. Home J2347. Sfl ffn/fn UP—Bult« cleaned and pressed. 311.<UAl> Pbone Oak. 1897. 2506 San Pablo it., Oskland. DRESSMAKING McDOWELL'S Dres.uiakiug and Millinery School —Evening clashes; patterns cut to or der. 121 Geary at. near Grant ay.; t«L Deuglss 4751. DAY ANp_J^QJr^R^jC^^ ALTERATIONS, sddltlons. repairs, garages, cabinet work, general woodworking; refer ences; estimates. Msrket 5821. HAIR GOODS C. HOFFMAN CO.. importers of human hair, manufacturers of wigs, all kinds Of hair goods. 585 15th at.. Oakland. INVALID HOMES KL SERENO SANITARIUM, San Rafael, Cal. For aged persona needing special care. City home. 3421 25th St.. S. F. Ph. Mission 4620 MATERNITY HOMES PRIVATE home before and during confinement; safe, restful location: light, airy rooms; grad uate nurses; adoption. Address Resident Phy sician. 3751 Shatter av.. cor. Moss. Oakland. 6. F. LYING-IN HOME. 1191 Oak St.—Adop tion. DR. LORD, resident physician; confine ment, *2S. Market 4469. PRINTING ALL Job and commercial printing. STEW A.. PRINTING CO.. 1264 Market at.. S. F. Ooo per plate printing. Country orders solicited PATENT ATTORNEYS * DEWEY. STRONG Ac CO., U. S. and foreign patents; inventors' guide; 100 mechanical movements free. 911 -917 Crocker bldg.. 8. T. li. C. SCHKoEDER. patent, trademark attor ney. 417 First National Bar;k bide.. Oakland. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS DR. O. S. E9SENSON. late of N. Y.. 257 Leavenworth. Frnk. 9071. PENSION ATTORNEYS W. E. DILLON, U. S. Trademark, copyright and pension attorney. 527 Puc. bldg , 4th-Mkt. PATENT MODELS AA—Model and experimental work: mechanical or elect'I; we can do it. BAKES * SON. T8 2d st. ANYTHING In METAL. WOOD OR IVORY. F. HICKERSON. 904 LAGPNA: PH. MKT. 207« STORAGE AND MOVING VANS DIXON TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.. 79-81-88 Turk at.; Franklin 4000-5080. CHARLES W. DIXON. Manager. TRUNKS moved, 35 CENTS. BELL TRAN3- FER. 857 Jones St.; Franklin 1121. WILSON BROS. CO.—Fireproof storage, mov ing, packing, shipping. 1636 Market at.; phone Park 271. CENTRAL Transfer and Storage Co., Franklin 8812—Furniture moving; trunks 85c. 804 Larkln st. FIERCE KODOLPH STORAGE CO., 1450 Eddy St.; phone West 827. West 828. ~^5H**5?L^ D " SUITCASES SECOND HAND trunks bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. LEVY'S TRUNK FAC TORY. 707 Mission st.. cor. 3d; telephone Douglas 8192. Vital Statistics BIRTHS ABRAMS—In this city, November 24, 1913, to the wife of N. Abrams. a son. AVKNIA—In this city. November 8, 1011, to the wire of J. Avenia, a daughter. BELLENGER— In this city, November 16. 1913 e D eLM f V f M B»'llenger. a daughter. CARC ONI -In this city. November 15, 1913. to the wife of Peter Careioni. a son. CAIN—In this city. November 17, 1913, to the wife of John Cain, a daughter. CHO—In this city. November 20, 1913 to tue wife of Lan Yet Cho. a son. CONQI INI -In this eltv. Novemher 15 1913 to the wire of A. Conquinl, a daughter DAVIDSON—In this city. Novemher 23. 1913 to the wife of C. C. Davidson, a son DE PERHACH— In this cltv, November 16 191.1 to the wife of G. S. de Perhacb. a daughter. EICHNER—In this elty. November 20, 1913. to the wife of L. Elchner a daughter. FI IjCHER—In this city, November 21, 1913 to the wife of L. I. Fulcher, a son. GALY IN—In this city. November 21, 1913 to the wife of S. P. Galvln. a son. GRANT—In this city. November 21. 1913 to the wife of F. B. Grant, a daughter. GISNET—In this city. November 21, 1913, to the wife of David Glsnet, a daughter GIANATTI—In this eity October 25 1913, to the wife of F. Gianatti. a son. HONG—In this city. Novemher 21, 191,1, to the wife of Soo Ling Hong, a daughter. HOFFMANN—In this city. November 28, 1913 to the wife of A. Hoffmann, a daughter. JONES—In this city, November S. 1913, to the wife of F. L. Jones, a daughter JONES—In this city. November 25. 1913 to the wife of A. F. Jones a daughter. KLEETER—In this city. Novemher 10, 1913 to the wife of John C. Kleeter. a son. LASENTOFF—la this eity. November 18. 1913. to the wife of John Lasentoff, a son. LADL'FF—In this elty, November IS, 1913. to the wife of N. Laduff, a son. MAESTRI—In this city. November 24, to the wife of J. Maestri, a son. MARGI—In this eity. November 12, to the wife of Sebastlono Margl a daughter. MAKING—In this city. November 9, to the wife of E. F. Maring. twin sons. MARTIN—In this city, November 11, to the wife of Andrew Martin, a son. Mc.SWEENEY—In this city. November 25, to the wife of William R. MeSweenev, a daugh ter MORRIS—In this city November 26. to the wife of J- N. Morris, a daughter. OLSEN—In this city. November 24. to the wife of Slmou Olsen. a daughter. PERJN—-In this city. November 24. to the wife of E. T. Perin. a son. RAINEY—In this elty. November 20, to the wife of O. A. Ralney, a daughter. RANDALL —In this city. November 22. to the wife of I. Randall, a daughter. RATH—In this city, November 23, to the wife of Frank Rauh. a daughter. REPITOT T7, — In this city. November IS. to the wife of R. S. Rebhotiltz. a son. SBKA In this city. November 23. to the wife of Timothv Shea, a son. SMITH --In this eitv. November 21. to the wife of E. P. Smith, a son. SPECKMAN —In this city, November 22, to the wife of C. Speekman a daughter. VON CLERK -In this city. November 27. to the wife of William R. von Clere, a daughter. S. F. MARRIAGE LICENSES The following marriage licenses were Issued In this city today: Bernard H. W.vMai:. 21. Burkhorn. Nov., and Emille Bert'ols. Is. MOO Fine street. Adolph W. von Brevman. 32. Colusa, and, Ethel a. Wllimott. 32. 0-S0 Waller street. Antonlto Pes.lte.Io. 21. .1007 Eighteenth street, and Josephine I.orueno, IT. .HHiT Eight eenth street. Cecil A. Boas, 21. Chicago, and Florence H. Howard, 2o. 1508 Taylor street. Charles Sautvche. 32, 1255 Powell street, am' 1 Qulse Haester, 20, 2247 Webster street. William A. White. 3.1. Watsonvllle. and Anna Jakl. -1. 1623 Folsom street. Fred B. I.a Motae, 27, Martinez, and' Jennie C. Galilstrom, 24, Martinez. William K. Twaruley. 21. 363 Page street, and Rose M. Wissing. 18, 2217 Filbert street. Guiseppe Glni. 22. 451 Greenwich street, and Tlllie Fratiehl, 19. 451 Greenwich street. Daniel M. Valentine. 41. 4740 Mission street, and Marlon D. Stevenson. 20. M Sixth street. Alvln MeFarland, 42. 1S4 sixth street, and Gertrude Campbell, 26. Portland. Narcaido Mos.juera. 30. 49 Bannon place, and Esperanza Crespo. 22. 344 Grant avenue. MARIN COUNTY LICENSES SAN RAFAEL, Nov. 29.—Marriage licenses issued here yesterday: Ira R. Wishart, 38, Toledo, Ore., and Jennie Fay, 44, Sacramento; Gus H. Brudigan, 11, and Stella M. Hanlon, 21, both of San Francisco. OAKLAND LICENSES The following marriage licenses were issued in Oakland: Arthur T. Epson. 25. Eraser. Cal.. and Mar garet F. Winder. IS. Berkeley. Alfred Larson, 32, and Dina Johnson, 35, both of Oakland. Frederick J. Oakes. 38. Daly City, and Teresa Johnson. 29. Berkeley. oJseph A. Medelros 22. Kings City, aud Ber tha A. Palgrava, 19. Oakland. MARRIAGES BOND —RI'MFORD —In Oakland. .November 27. at the residence of (be bride. 3400 Fourteenth avenue, by the Rev. Ceorge W. While, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church. Bar ney II. Bond of Stockton and Elizabeth Rum ford of Oakland. DEATHS ALEXANDER—At the Old People's home. No vember 23. 1913, Mrs. Jean Alexander, a native of Scotland, aged 92 yours. BALLARD —In this eity. November 27. 1913. Kda, dearly beloved wife of Fred Rallard, loving mother of Willie McQultty, and de voted daughter of Thomas Williams, a na tive of Chicago. 111., aged 43 vears 10 months and 2!) days. BAYLESS —In this city. Novemher 28. 1913. Sarah E. Bnyless. beloved sister of Charles H. and Stella Bayless. BREILING—In this city. November 26. 191.1. Eugene A. Breliing, beloved son of Christina and the late jRcob Breliing. ano' brother of Frank J., Theodore P. and Emma C. Breli ing. a native of San Francisco. Cal.. used -Hi years. A member of Pressmen's Union local No. 24. CAMPBELL In this eity. November 27. 1013, William G.. beloved husband of Rosa H. Campbell, a native of Kentucky, u ged 79 years K> months and 14 days, CLOUGH -In this city. November 27. lm:;. Frank Clunle. beloved s .»i of Frances M. and the late Judge Frank M. dough, and brother of Clarence V. dough, a native at San Fran cisco. Cal. FLANAGAN (DONDEROI — In this eitv. No vember 27. 191.".. Joho Joseph, dearly he loved husband of Virginia Flanagan (nee Donderp). devoted fatbei of Mamie and John Flanagan, beloved son of John Joseph and Marv Flanagan, and loving brother of Mrs J. Thlebaut. Mrs. J. Doyle, Mrs. J, Wolf. Mrs. J. Cailaghan, Mrs. J. Morton and Stella. , James, George and the late Uattie Flanagan and Mr*. J. Peters, a native of San Fran ciseo. Cal.. aged :;2 years lo mouths and 8 days. A member of Court Precita No. 3398. Independent Order of Foresters. jj FLYNN —In this city, November 28, 1913. Thomas Flyun, a native of Ireland, aged 80 years. HAMMOND —In Oakland, Cal.. November 28, 1913. Emma L. Hammond, a native of Fair haven. Mass., aged 57 years. tßostou papers please ebpj I KEANE-lii this city. November 26, 1913. Margaret Harriet, beloved' wife of Captain John Keane, loving mother of James H., Ef ford K. and Anua E. Keane. aud si-ter of William J. Haaeett of Sacramento, Cal., a native of New York. KELLEHEH In this city, November 28 1813, Annie, be la Sed wife of John Kellehor. loving mother of Imelda. Hazel. John, Ixirraine and Andrew Kelleher. tieloved daughter of the late Annie aud Andrew McDonald, and lov ing sister of James. Joseph. John. William, George. Andrew. Fiances and Rose McDon ald and Mrs. F. So Relle. a native or San Francisco. A member of Castro Parlor No. 178 N. I>. <:. w. LOVETT —In this city November 26, 1913, Mary P.. I.ovett. a native of Canada. KABKOVITS— Suddenly, In San Jo-. . Novem ber 27, Mark, beloved nusband of Anna Mar kovlts, devoted father of Freda, Jack, Myer, Dave and Fanny Markovits and loving brother of Edward nnd By la Markovits, a na tive of Austro-Huagajy. McDONOUGH—Iu this city, November 27, 1913, Patrick, husband of the late Norali M(Dot-tough and loving father of John H., Thomas and Peter D. McDonough, Mrs. 11. C Bice and the late Mrs. George K. Flem ing a native of Ireland, aged 77 years aud >> months. McKEOWN —In this city, November 2.. 1813, Catherine, beloved mother of John and Henry McKeown and the late Alice Ronan, grand mother of Joseph H. Ronan aud Sybil Mo- Keown, a native of Ireland, aged 04 year*. A menfber of Pride of tbe Forest circle No. 20*- ot .- MORAN—In this city. November 26, 191... Margaret, dearly beloved wife of James Mo ran and loving mother of Gussle Guerrero Kennedy, Victor W. Guerrero aud the late Maude Parkinson, and Idolized grandmother of Mrs. Walter Malloy, Marguerite Parkin son. William I. Kennedy and the late Maud I. Kennedy, a native of Hudson, N. V., aged 73 years. NOS3EN — Entered Into rest. In tlrls city, No vember 27, Amalle. beloved wife of Joseph Nossen, devoted mother of Morrla, William, Max. Abraham. Lester and Jennie Nossen. sister of Arnold and William Joseph and Hannah Widasky and grandmother of Wil liam and Phyllis Nossen, a native of Hem pen, Germany, aged 54 years. PARKER —In this city. November 26, 10L7, Herbert 8., beloved husband of Mrs. M. L. Parker and father of Gweudolyn Parker, a native of New York, aged 39 years and 6 months. POPE—In Oakland. Cal., November 20. 1813, Frederick 8., aon of Bethaber Pope and brother of the late F. C, A. M. afffl C. Pope, a native of Portland, Ore., aged 43 years 11 months and 2 days. (Portland paper* please copy. > SCHAUB~~~In this city. November 28. 1913. Bobert Schaub, a native of Germany, aged 65 years. SMITH—In thiB city. November 26. 1013. H. Smith Jr. (formerly of Brooklyn), be loved husband of Madge Smith, devoted son of Sarah and Fred Smith and loving brother of Henry and Helen Smith and Mrs. Harry Bassford, a native of New York, aged 29 years. (Brooklyn, N. V., papers please copy.) SUAE—In this city. November 24. 1913, Rose Snar, dearly beloved mother of Mra. S. Del flno. a native of Mexico, aged 79 years. THOMPSON—In this city. November 27. 1913. California Thompson, sister of Phillip and Emanuel Oppenhelm, a native of Sacramento, Cal. TIENSTJU—In this city. November 24. 1913. Anna Josephine, beloved w|fe of Leander Tiensuu. a native of Finland, aged 32 years and 10 days. TURNER —In this city. November 26. 1913. William Turner, a native of Canada, aged 74 years 9 months and 17 days. WARD —In this city. November 25, 1913. Mrs. Mary A. Ward, mother of Mrs. Alice Ashbrook of Berkeley. Oeorge H. Ward of Brooklyn. N. V.. and Dr. Marion Cralg of <3>n Fr.neisco J i alio- of Knclaml. i Shipping Intelligence \ DUE AT THIS POBT SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29 From Portland and Astoria, stmr Yucatan. From Enreka. Fields Landing and Areata, stmr F. A. Kilburn. From Fort Bragg, stmr Brunswick. From San Diego and Los Angeles, stmr Harvard. From Portland, stmr Multnomah. From San Diego, stmr Willamette. SUNDAY. NOVEMBBB 30 FYom Seattle, stmr Governor. From Seattle and Tacoma, stmr Admiral Fa-rngut. From Portland and Astoria, atmr Beaver. From Jbu-tland and Astoria, stmr San Ba mon. From Mendocino and Point Arena, stmr Sea Foam. From Los Angelas, stmr Bose City. From Hilo, stmr Enterprise. From Puget sound, stmr Uarda. From Orays Harbor, stmr Chehalls. From Grays Harbor, stmr Columbia. From Oravs Harbor, stmr Centralla. From Eureka, stmr Phoenix. From Eureka, stmr Vanguard. From Los Angeles, stmr Northland. TO LEAVE THIS POBT SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29 For Seattle, Tacoma and Everett, stmr Con gress. Captain N. E. Couslus, at 2 p. m.. from Broadway wharf. For Seattle and Tacoma. stmr Watson. Cap tain B. Brennau, at 3 p. m., from Howard street wharf. For Portland, stmr Camino, Captain K. A. Ahlln, at 11 a. m., from Howard street wharf. For Eureka, stmr City of Topeka. Captain G. A. Harris, at 12 m.. from Broadway wharf. For Eureka and Areata, stmr NoTth Fork. Captain J. Nelson, at 12 m., from First street wharf. For Los Angeles, San Pedro and San Diego, stmr Yucatan. Captain A. C. Paulsen, at 7 p. m.. from Vallejo street wharf. For Los Angeles, stmr Harvard. Captain B. Jepsen. at 4 p. m.. from Pacific street wharf. For Los Angeles, stmr Hanalel. Captain F. I. Hamma, at 3 p. m., from Howard street wharf. For Grays Harbor, stmr G. C. Llndauer, Cap tain O. I. Sundeman, at 12 m., from Lombard street wharf. For Willspa harbor, stmr Qulnanlt, Captain .1. O. Waivig, at 4 'p. m., from Lombard street wharf. For OuMUllle river, stmr Fifleld. Captain J. Llndberg. at 2 p. m.. from Filbert street wharf. For Coqullle river, stmr Elizabeth. Captain J. Olsen, at 4 p. ra., from Harrison street wharf. For Los Angeles, stmr Multnomah. Captain J. Foldat, at 4 p. m., from Powell street wharf. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30 For Moss Lauding, stmr Coos Bay. Captain James Boweu, at 4 p. m.. from Broadway wharf. For Fort Bragg, stmr Arctic. Captain C. Llnder, at 3 p. ni.. from Army street .wharf. For Point Arena and Albion, stmr Porno. Captain O. A. Lilleland, at 6 p. m., from Howard street wharf. For Los Angeles, stmr Chehalls. Captain F. Cook, at 2 p. m., from Mason street wharf. For Los Angeles, stmr Centralia. Captain O. Svendsen. at 10 a. ra.. from Powell street wharf. For Los Angeles, stmr Columbia, Captain C E. Allen, at 2 p. m., from Lombard street wharf. SAILED NOVEMBEB 28 7:30 p. ni., stmr Alcatra- Krause. for Point Arena. AKBIVED NOVEMBER 28 11:30 p. m . stmr Alcatraz Krause. returned on account of striking Uv rocks uear Point Bonita. ABBIVED NOVEMBER 29 7:45 a. 111.. stmr Willamette. Reiner. 36 hours from San Pedro; passengers to C. R. Mc- Corroick A Co. 7:10 a. m.. steam yacht Yenetla. Thompson. 40 hours from Sau Diego; ballast to J. D. Spreckels. , „„ 1:45 a. m.. stmr Missonrlan, Lyons, 78 hours from Seattle: put in to finish loading. 3-40 a. m.. stmr Daisy Gadsby. Rees. 38 hours from Redondo Beach; ballast to Freemau Steamship company. SALIED NOVEMBER 29 7:10 a. m., stmr Whlttier, Zolllng. Port San Luis. 8:20 a. m.. stmr Csptaln A. F. Lucas. Bunt Ing. with barge Ninety-Five In tow. Seattle. 8:20 a. m.. barge Ninety-Five. Daniels, lr tow of stmr Captain A. F. Lucas. Seattle. ISLAND POBTS HONOLULU—Arrive,I Nov. 28. 11:15 a. m., stmr China, hence No.-. 22. Sailed Nov. 27. midnight. Jap stmr Nippon Main, for San Fran cisco: Nov 28. 11:15 a. m., stmr Ventura, fot San Francisco; brig Lurline, for Grays Harbor. MISCELLANEOUS Stmr Alcatraz. previously reported, was float ed with assistance ot United States life savlnp service motor boat. Is leaking badly aftet floating. Struck rocks with propeller and car ried away same. HONOLULU. Nov. 28.—Stmr Santa Maria, previously rvperted ashore at Kabnlul and float cd. Jettisoned 10.000 barrels of oil. It Is said the vessel Is badly damaged. SUN, MOON and TIDB SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29 _ Sun rises • ~~ Sun sets ........8:89 First quarter December 3 Full moon December 1". : liuie; (lime ► 1 Ft I j *• 'H Wl rt W! tH UHM 4.81 8:J&| 184.108.40.206» 8.5] »'••••" —i.i 30I 2 0-;' 4 ftl «Mt4i _Jrflt:0»l «!.2i T:Wl—1.0 11 3:031 4.7' 7:01! 3.Alt*:81t ">.S| 8:251—0.7 2: 3:3k 1 4.7! 8:08 8.7 l:40j 5.8j 9:11'—0.3 V 4-4S 1 4 8' 9 22' 3'V 2:381 *M 8i3» 0.2 NOTICE TO MARINERS Hawaiian islands -Maul island, north shore - Spartan reef bell buoy. 1. reported adrift. wiM he replaced as s,hui as practicable. 0. A 0. B. Chart 41 Hi. Buoy List. Nineteenth District. ttM. page 12. By order of the commissioner of lighthouses. .v. R ARI.EDGE IM) tor. Nineteenth l.lphthimse District. California Humboldt hay entrance Outside bar hell buoy I*S, reported missing November 20, will be replaced as s>oou as practicable.