Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 14, 1910 · Page 13
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THURSDAY EVEKING, OAKLAND TRIBUNE APRIL 14, 1910. 13 rrPTr.T, MOVTXO AD STOttACJE LEGAL, LEGAL. LEGAL. f. i ABr. 'IRrrn im Ikr -X r,TT 23d st. (near Telegraph ave.). Oak- Y An.!, Cal. Ladies If you are suffering from annulment peculiar tn your sex, worried ibout your condition and need help, con-tult the doctor in perfect confidence, he-:ause, having l. years of success, ; he ives relief at once without needless de-:cntion from your occupation, with orig-ral. painless, harmless methods. "With ?iish professional standing. .with offices Splendidly equipped and strictly1 private, if Is the sar-'.st end surest man to con- le Is th r.'-Vl.wh ethces. hen you need holr. His thous- of cured patients are his best ref- Consultation and advice abso lutely free. Private sanitarium when necessary. Fees moderate. Hours 10 a. tr. to S p. m. "..TTEN'Tin.V LADIKS-Dr. Lewis. 933 Market St., bet. Bth and 6th. S. F. World Renowned Specialist for women r.nly: no d?!ays or disappointment: relief guaranteed: bv most superior pain, less methods known to medical science; most obstinate cas-s treated: ail femals complaints and Irres-ularitles treated: have no. hesitancy If In need of my services; absolutely harmless:-low fees: by consulting an eminent specialist you tave time and money. All female com-r-laints cured; advice free: 10. A. M. to 4 P. M. and fi to P. M. Siinday. 11 A M. to 1 P. M. . A.A F::l-A':i-: hem- for the sick: confinement and adoption: all women's and children's diases treated; free treatment everv Wednesday, 9 to 11 a. m. 17. V.. l-th st. A PRIVATE home before and during confint-ment : reasonable: adoption "if .'es're'l: Ifrce grounds: home comforts. Mrs. K. Clarke, nfi3 ?lst st.. ;akland. f r-tt a t n. y.RT;r, sprhaxit foti inrrcs, 1131 .MrvNT.t.TRTKR . fT..' NK H FILL,- MORK SAN FT5ATCISCO. Tf,-v;tr io n. m. to 6 p. m. Sunrlays 10 to 2. T TTT0S : T positively pruarFintef to cure p!1 femn'e crnpln "nts and Irregularities. One ca!i tvIII ccnv1r.ee von that T can Five you IWRPITE RELIEF, without operations, drugging - or detention" from vo-j- oc-jpatlPTi. ?fv methods are SAFE. Tf others have fIld do not hesitate to' cnli on me. IVS5TANT RELTFF OR NO F"E. Advice freely given; save time coo wo-r-v bv cortsi:ltine, me first.- McAllister street car d'ect from ferry. JR. W.HF',' TiMFRSON. unecllalst in women's troubles; satisfaction pilar-n(eed or- no charge: consultation f j-e - ofi (..(.rit. adoption If desirea. 104 m.T.VOHE ST., CORNER EDDY. Ernnclsco. FAT V'f!Ev TT"re's rflief for you: Dr. . Pnvder's tr:,n tmont will reduce you to cv ho?ip(1 Vofirht and form. Call 1609 MvrtT st: 'pIiitip Oakland 47"'. iJTITFS"' your 1 druggist., for JT'.icbevters PH's. the Diamond P-and. J5"- ?3 years known rs best." safest; always re'Iabrc; fcuv' of your drucgist: tke no other. Chlchesters Diamond Prnnd Pills are sold by druggists everywhere. LATHES! Sandersons Comp. Savin and Cotton Root Tills; sure cure for all lr-rssnla r1 1 !?s ; nrice $2 per box. Wlshart's Drug Store.' T?nth ?nii Washington. VRS.. M ARY AD AM, graduate midwife in female trouble; home for confinement:, c onsi-ltr, tion free; hours 1 to 5 p. m. rooi Fruitvale ave.; phone Mer- ritt jnr3. - ' MJIE. E. SIMON". graduated wldwife and electric'. in : private home for confine-men : terms moderate; 1? to .1 n. m. ' S?ri Wash. st.. Eruitvnle: Merrl-tt 1 fi7. niTET""';AT3SM. lumbago, obesity, con-F' tpa t naralvsis. deformities, etc.. oured without dimes In your owp. horns; charges verv reasonable. . L. F. Sterne-"ntin. Mechano-Theropist, Oakland: S04ENT I El niassaee, cabinet baths. 129 PPV.-ICTAVS- nrnrrTORT. -V'R. F. W. D EVET.YN Office. 2115 Calt- 'nrnli-st.. San Francisco; phones West 1144: Jiours 1 to 3. Residence. -21f3 Cltnto- ave.. Alameda: phone Alameda l."0yTionr!. ! to ID a. m.. -7 to R fi. m. WOyfl HIM. 1R. Chinese nhysi. inn : fomous herb doctor. Offices, 126S ' Farn-11 st. PR Vt C: EPWARPS. formr1v of ',17 Oakland, now at 5! 3d St.. San Errinoiseo Cof-r-rpirs one-half lower flw'i; hours 1 to 4 dailv: Sundays. 10 to J. rivone Do'.jsrlass 4S33; Oakland phone. Oakland 414. lilt. J- A. i,AC! Therapeutics. 1 !.iH';;:ithv .iVrctro- Broadv;. v-1.2t h nlidiio Oakland TAC,?.. VAI.I'V IT' S I'KM.AIE I'lI.I S VAKPKAl-'.S female r.flls are sure; best regulation pills sold; price $2.50 by ex-nreFS. Osbvinrl's Drue; Store. Oakland. IfATII PHYSICIAN '' M. M. CAKTKK, hair physician 1 lir-casp? of head anu hair treated: n: lp and facial mr.ssaje. slismpooing s-nd ir.-i iilcuT in:r. Rooms fi7 and 6S. 1665 Wttshinirron St.; phone Oakland 3204. sri,f ti;k vtmkt . L.rY wants scalp treatments at home; toferer,o.s. Pox 10981. Tribune. .MISS I. WEAVER, hair and face specialist. Y. W. C. A.. 1121 Franklin St.; i --hone Oakland" 2ir.fi. ( ATIOXAI, AND- It'SICAT. A .;i:c'':iii acltool for liouein Tlintn. PoEytechnsc Business f o'll'po'K antf School of Engineering, iyilnCgC 306 i2fr, st., Oakland. Cal. Le.ndiriE; Huslness Colieee of the West. Courses in Pusincss Traininer, Short-Jiand,' Typewriting, Telegraphy; also Civil. 'Electrical, Mining and Mechanical Engineering. Summer school. Free cata-locvie. A'A VOICE .r-Tl.TfltK. piano, direc. F. lrw.r; VTOUIX STI'DIO. direc. Max ITciii-t. '?, 17th St.; plione Oakland "17. : dtroTxEERINO Civil. elec. mln., me-f-lianlcal. survey, at-say; day, eve.; est. 3S64. Van der Naillen School. 51st and Tflerrapl ave.. Oakland. FJSK TEACHERS' AGENCY, 2142 Shat-tu.-k 'ave. Berkeley, Cal., next First National Batik. HEAi.D-DIXON' COLLETS Fan Pablo ave.. at 16th St., Oakland. Gives h superior training in commercial tublects; pets positions for graduates; courses of study recognized as standard; 12 Fcheols afford greatest facilities. WrltJ or call for catalogue. . . I VVANT to sell my beauttfu' ufnrlght f !ano; terms can be- arranseu if necessary. Mrs. Bcedefeld, 1021 Tevla C Fruitvale. MRS. . F. I.ERHER Voice, tried free; " piano. B73 17th st.; .phone Oakland 3947. Violin studio, dir. Max T.ercher. Private Instruction Riven by experienced lady teacher in fc-nlish branches of both private- and public school work: terms moderate; best .01 references. "I." 380 Fairmont ave, i'-,kl-ind. PRIVATE KINDERGARTEN. Harmonle Hall. Paru St., Alameda: children from 4 to 6; hours 3 to 12 a. m. Address Miss Muriel Killam. phone Ala-ineda 311. or Miss Helen Madden, phone O.rkVand G199. SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. ofTice methods, private classes professional instruction, speed methods. Personal direction of Frederick O. Ilsen, certified teacher. Office 49. 10C5 Washing-Ton st. r OAKI'KT ri KAVIM;. . y a CAKPKTS cleaned and relald.. 9c per L yard; carpets cleaned, 4c per yard. Ber-JCL k.-lev Steam Carpet Cleaning Worksl V. F. Heine; phone Berkeley 943. Al'TOMOFlI.E Vacuum Carpet Cleaning Co.; this month 6c per yard. Office 1711 1 San Pablo aye.; phone Piedmont 666; res. A 2251. ' . ' ALAMEDA CO. Steam Carpet Cleaning Works. 012 2d st:;" phones Oakland 2034; A 3n34; nrst-class work guaranteed. ; A. I.E3TBR Gold medal steam carpet rleanine, S5j Clay. All work guaranteed Oakland 41S4; A 4184; res..' A4775. . BKKlHtE taking up carpets or sending for a cleaneE, see. the Richmond electric suction cleaner; demonstrated at Metropolitan Furniture Co.'s store, i 514 12th St.: week's free trial. Replogle & ' Co.: phone Berkeley nfiOi?. i l ARPETS cleaned, relaid; refitting es-sDecially: work guaranteed. C. L. Hol- land: Oakland 2071. . ; aTaTHEWSON'S Carpet Beating Works. 345 E. 12th st,; phone Merrltt 695. OAKLAND VACUUM CLEANING CO. No fuss or bother; we clean your carpets, furniture, etc., without' removal; work pruarsinteed : prices reasonable. . Phone Merritt 242S. B OF COURSE. 1070 Broadway, near 12th st. BEST service, best workmen, best prices-at TRIBUNE Job Printing Department. Sth and Franklin sts. COOK -MORGAN Storing end Moving Co. Furniture, pianos, merchandise, packing end shipping. Office SC3 14th St.; phone Oakland 3235. . CLASSIFIED AOS IN THE TRIBUTE PAY BIG RETURNS FOR THE MONEY INVESTED. FURNITURE! and carpets ror sale tor etorage charges. Apply warehouse of Lyon Storage Co.. 671 29th at., near Grove st. FURNITURE stored in separate rooms at reasonable prices. Porter. 101S Broadway; phone Oakland 1990. . LY ON ST O RA GE A ND MOVING CO. Packing and shipping. 437 14th rt.; phones Oakland 2071; Home A 2071. PRESC OTT VAN AND STORAGE CO. -Separate compartment; hauling free. Office 1115 23d ave.; phones Merritt Home B-1144. WE have a oa,rload of horses to exercise; see us for low rates in hauling and moving. Phone Oakland 4646. DAX Al) COXTKACT WORK . A-CUKBi.iT Ji BAiLCS, general contractors, jobbing, store fittings. 1114 Franklin; phones ilerritt 270S; Oakland 2739. ANY kind roofs repaired or painted. A. Hillman. 50'. E..12th; drop postal card. PLUMBING . and repairing; estimates given; all work guaranteed. W. Loans ifcl Son, 428 65th St.; phone Piedmont . 4406. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING. Paper hanging and tinting estimates given. R. TP'. Shaffer. G80 . E. 12th st. ; res. 140714 13th ave.; phones Merritt 1703. B 1S20. ' PAINTING, tinting; lowest figures; good work. I.ustig. 14fi0 50th ave., Melrose; phone Elmhurst 506. PA IN TIN OT" paper-hanging.' tinting. N. W. Evans. 474 9th St.; phones Oakland ; 3367. A 3367. zL POINTING papering, tinting; low prices. Kempen & CQ.S54 Harrison; Oak. 71S3., SEWIXG MACHINES BARGAINS IN MACHINES Singers. $10 to $15; Domestics. $5 to 515; Wheeler .& Wilson, $10: other makes from $3 to $15; rent by week or-month;' expert repairing. J. 1'. -'laliard. 1200 Clay St., bet. loth and 16th. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Alicia M. 'Lienor, deceased. Notice is hereby given ' by the undersigned administrator o the estate of Alicia M. Trenor, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims rigainst the said . deceased. to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers within four months' after Cne lirst publication of this notice to the said administrator at the office of Elliott McAllister, 14 Montgomery st.. San Francisco. California, which said office the undersigned .selects as his place' of business 1 n all matters connected with s; lid es- tate of Alicia M.vTrenor. decease . THOMAS F. TRENO xoh. Administrator ot the estate 01 Alicia Trenor, deceased. . Dated. Oakland. April 14. 1910. M. to get good results on your classified r.ds. - There is no chance about it. Beautiful Berkeley building- lot free to a classified advertiser. July 4th is the date. Place ads in THE OAKLAND TRIBUNE now. You Can Mot Fall 1 LOCAL JMRKET. 1 , : BUTTER. CJTEESJ, AJTD EGGS. Hutter--Frpsh cre.utery extras. l'i'.t..r per lb. wfji!; : (It firsts. 21V, steady ; lo secmls, 2or-c, packing st'-ek. 24. flii-cse ifa'ilifi ruin fancy flats. 14 '-Sc. nor lb. W'mU: rl- f'ir:. l.'.'c. firm; 1 ends. 13c. w-T:k: fpTicy Vni'!': Ariirrirns. lt. f'.rm: Mm firsts. iril-Jr'. stpa'ly; fancy Orctron Young Atnericns. "in-, firm: .lo flats. i:te. firm: Oregon stirrnee flats. 1:i'2c. firm; New York, fancy, 2Uc. f iiin : Wisennsin t:ini:lps. firm. Ecsrs ."allfcrnia frrsh, per dozen, cases In cluded Iratlrs -Kxtras F i rst s Sceen'ls . . Ttiinls Apr. ! ;; 1.., 2Xr 22 Uc Apr. 11 2:;ic 2": 22 c -21r Ait. 12 Apr. T.'t 2 '.H.-e 2fi.,; l'i;.-" i'l;.- 2." i..,c 2ti- 24c 2tc iOTri.TItT AND GiHl. I'eultrv (per dozens Hens, .?.". 7Qrd 5. 50 for small. S7...Vf .." fir lnri;.- and 12 for extra:' yonufx r""-itfrs. $.no'i'll:- eld ' reesti-rs. $.ifi; fryers, STdi: lirnilers. $5.5i$ R..V: for iiir'cp and Sl.'Orn o.r.Q for small: ihiok's. !f7fil; piseons. $1.7af'12; xrjuatis, $2..i'.S; geese, ?2..jD ( : ppr pair. - Game (per dozeu) Hare, Sliil.50; rabbits. .$l.r.ort( 2. POTATOTS. ONIONS AND VEGETABLES. Potatoes (per ctl) Iiiver wnite, rOfa Toe for common to eboice and.80(tt90c for faucy; Salinas Hurbanks. $1.25f(tl.40; Oregon Burbanks. 90r'" $1 .ijo : svveot' potatoes, $2.2,"(i2.30; new potatoes. :-lftj.4: per lb. Onions (per ctl I prepon. $I.."051.C3; Australian. ?t: new jrre.-n. 4f.rr .ir- er lox. A"ererHtdes Asparagus. ?l1.2.i per box : to-matoos, 2. 7." per t-rat': rrcon peas. 4r,7. por lb: Karli-. (J Se P'1:- 1,1-: eabtiaice. yo; 4oc per etl: ennunibers. SI .2, pr dozen; cauli flower. 4Vti Ov per it-en; tnrni'.js. 50e per sack; carrots. 5e per sack;, rhubarb. !0cc.$l jht box; celery, cri !?1 12j for large crates; lettuce, JlHl.j per crate. rECHTJOTJS Strawberries I AND CITRTTS mtTITS. njiwortbs, S12f7l." per chest; larse varieties. ?l.tl2 per' chest: crates, $lu l.r.o. Apples Fancy- War-tlcr frVit, f 11.23 per tiox for N' v. town pipiins and 5i.lU(ii l.'lj for red varieties; second grade stuck, 70c$l; Bell-flowers, nominal. - Citrus Fruits 'per boxl Navel orances. $2.25 2.75 for fancy, .l.ri0fti2 for choice 'and 1.25 for standard; tangeriues, Jl.251.73 per box: grapefruit. $2.."ilK ::.2 for seedless and $1.ooi5i,2 for common; lemons. $'i Hca,4 for fancy. S2tii3 for choice and $1,2501.75 for standard; lim.s. $5.30&0. 'i'ro'pical Fruits Pananas. 75c(4S1.25 per bunch for Hawaiian ami $'.H0(q'& for Central American; iiineajiples, S2.5t)f( 3.50 pT dozen. BEAN 3 AND SEED3. - Beans nominal ; .;:(. 4 ; blackeye. per cti isayos. j...i1jr(.p.Mi; ne, siaall white. S4.S0(g4.83; large white. i link. .." -'a .". l.i : red. $X.rV,j(i .75 ; E4.6tirM.75; lima, $4. 33 4.45;" red,' $5(a5.25; cranberry beans, f4.604i4.7t- kidneys Garvanzas, .2.50 3. 25; horse bean; J2g!I.25. Seeds Brown mustard. 4Mic; yellow mustard, 6Hc; flaxseed, 6c, carload lots; canary, 3jj4c; alfalfa. 18Mi&17c; rape. r424c-; imported rape. timothy, Be; hemp, aVi-lg-ic; luiiiet, 3 per lb. Drid Teas Green. $4 per ctl. EAT AND rEDSTuTFS. J.TiiiS for red aud iJt''n,29 per too fat Bran white. Middling $34 (a 30 Feed si uf fs Roiled oatspfor feed. Sitlf'ao average lots: oiicake or meal at uaiils. $5 per ton. hariey. $26 27; rolled !: mixed feed. $2Sfi2li for meal. ; cocoanut cake in 2o and 10 and $12.YT0 in $26; corn n.eal. $3Sffl3U; 5-ton lots: fobbing. cracked corn. $Hga,09: alfalfa meal, carload lots. t-0: Jobbing, $21; rd star alfalfa meal. $20 In carload lots and $21 for jobbing; alfalfa meat, $20 in car lota and $21 for jobbing; Caproco oilcake meal. $16.50 per too. Hay Wheat. $ iL'i 1 S.50; wheat and oat, $10 g!5; tafne oat, $10'ilo; volunteer wild oat. $U412; alfalfa. $12; stock bay. $U3S per tou; rtraw, b075c jer lile. SAX FRAXCISCO SHIPPINO C S. COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY. Time and heights of high and low waters at Fort Point, entrance to San' Franciso! bay. By off IciafTTntborlty of the superintendent. The tide at MiFsIon-street' wharf Is twenty-flva minutes later than at Fort Point. Tba height of tides is the same at both places. The time of the high and low water at Webster-street bridge is forty minutes later than tba table below. APltll, TO 1H. j L. W. I H. W. . I L. W. j H. V. A.M. I (A.M.! IP.M.I IP.M.l ITime'reet-ITime; Feet. ITlmef Feet. Tlme Feet. 15 2:5o 5.4 HJ:lii 0.2! 6:13 4.3 10:21 ilT; 16 4:05 .1.1 11:25! O.li 7:ltj 4.6:il;57 3.0 17 5:25 4.S;12:3n: 0.1j S:00 4.K . IS 1:13 3.3! :4r. 4.7 1 :21 0.3 1 8:30 5.0 lit 2:1! 2.9j 7:.":-l 4.7: 2:Hi e 6; 0:22 r,.:; APKII, 14. Sun Rose 5:34 Snn Sets.. 6:43 MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers Cue to arrive and depart from Ran x7 i iibiestiti HSi:iiiBe i Cf i DEET8 HECOHDED TUESDAY, APKIL 12. Charles X. Dnrl-" (widower) to Joseph T. llinch, SE Nliiet-enth avenue, 60 SW FTast Fif-. teentb street. Sffl by SE 75, portion lots 22, 2.5 and 24, block 21, ahl San Antonio, Oak land; S10. Lila R. Arnold E. block 2(i97, laud; $10. Lewis & and F. ('. Havens (husband) to Needhaui. lot 4 block 2..S, lot 20 map Aluen tract, Temescal, Oak- MitcUel! Inc. (corporation) to Albert A. Kelman, W Law ton (Third 1 street, ltio r Hudson, N 40 by V loo, lot 50, map Claremout l'alnis tract. Oakland; F. M. and Evelvu K. Snlitll to II. A. Potter. SW 10 feet lot 4j, JvE 20 feet lot 47. all lot 4!. map Stanford tract No. 2, Oakland: $10. Elizabeth Jones to Ursula L. Jones (singlet, lot 14. block A. map resubdi vision High-street Villa tract, lirooklyu township; $10. Thomas and Mary Kieily (wife) to James F.-Harry, E Silver street. 412. S N Weston. N 25 by K 118. lot 29, ' blockc-K, map Hroadway aiid Telegraph-avenue Fark tract, Oakland; - $to. DEEDS RECORDED. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. Florence M. and George 1 II. Hudson to Antonio Rev (married 1. SW of lot 4. map in partition estate William Ty.-on. being in center of a county road 40 feet. NV 7.451. XE 11.01. SE 7.451. SW 11.01 to beginning, portion b.r 4 c nfainlug 7.97S acres, Wasb'.ngaon township: $10. . Lucy C. and Alfred IJ. Ilew-son to F. V. Hullefi (single), lot IS,' map Highland tract, Oakland; $10. Martha K. Fernell (widow) to Henry P. Find-ley. XK Jlen avenue. 571. W SE ltedwood. SE 05 by NE 110.25, portion lots 5 and 0 in Bond tract, Oukland; $10. F. W. and Josephine S. Snook (wife) to Annie S. Ferry, lot Id, block V, I'eralta Fark, Berkeley; $10. ' Harbor titles Realty Company to John A. Bellis (Single), lots 47 and 4S. blo-k T, amended map Regents Park, Berkeley: $10. Cecelia M. and Ceorge W.' Johnson to T. W. Williams. ht ?.'.. block 5. map Key Route Terrace No. 2, Oakland township; $10. Arthur J. Weeks to" the City of Berkeley, riyht of way for sewer. ! 12 and S- 73 feet lot 11. Iji inna Park. P.erkeley; $1. llenrv I. and Mary A. Finifiey to Martha E. Pf -mell". lots 55. 50.' 05 and" OH. Mock R. map Fruitvale Boulevard tract, Iiriioklyn township; $1(1. v I Mary E. Mortimer c by attorneyl to Frank S. .Martin (married), lots (i ; amV?T.' block A, map Mary E. .Mortimer Addition tn! Niles, Washington "township: S10. ' j Sarah P.. Bird to Jules Pitouet (widower). NW Twent v -second avenue. S2 SW East Twentieth street. SW 25 by NW 100. portion lots 13 to 10. Mock 50. map San -Anto-iio, Oakland: $l(r. Jules or Gules I'rouet 1 widowerj to Thomas Kellv. same, Oakland ; $10. - Mark It. ( lark tsinglei- to far.v Pedler. NE Aniethvst (Fortieth! street.' 125 NW Howe. NW bv NE 150. lot 17, block P. map Tbermc.l Hill.' Oakland; $10. l.lleti M. Ernst (wld.fw) to E. Lundberg isinuU 1. N W Bi-nndwavr-17;i.i SW I.awton. W 54.7:'-. E 04.04. SW 50.77. portion lot 42. map Woodiawn Park. Oakland: $10. Charles W. Iviinball eta'.s. to Sarah J. Kimball, all interest in estate. Miranda Kimball; gift. " William II. Thello -rt : als. to Iiiiis A. S. Salzer. l..t 14. block 14 uap No. 3 subdivision portion Central Oakland tr.act. Oakland: $10. Frank and Caroline jl Frey (wlfei to I.in-Cidn Mortgage and Ixi.m -Company. NW Bray. 207.54 NE (.Id count v rond NE 00 by NW 12.".. l..t 10 and SW 25 .f.-et lot IT, map Fruit vale Glen tract, Brooklyn township: $10. ! Herman and Cornelia T.eiKiel to The Oldenburg Company.. NW : Eighteenth and Linden streets. .W siv by N: -130. portion block 012." Oakland-: $tO. Frederick Tait et nisi, to Ro).ert J. and Margaret A: lilaokwell (wifet.. lot !;. block 5. map Steiuway Terrace. F.ro.kl-n township; $10. Vincent nod Filomena" Crdoza to Alexander B. "Woods, beginning iiit NW .corner tract containing 3. 50 acres to V. Cii'iicin September 13. Iv'7. Z. P. 405. SW Id. IO to bank of San Leamlro creek. SW 3.4S. NE 10.25; NE 3.40 chains to beginning. containing 5.44 acres, Eden township: lot 1. containing 4 acres, subdivision Jane Putt. in 50.f,Oncre tract, etc. ..San Ieandr... Eden township: $10. Alexander P.. and Martha L. Woods to Manuel P. C.stH. intorswt ion S Kutton avenue, with W boundary line 5.44 acre tract conveyed to V. Cardorn Pec-ember 17. 173. f'.V'.IK 205. NE 45. SW 155.25. SW 45, NE 155.23 to: beginning, Eden township: 10.' w Sinie to Vincent and Filom0na Cardo7a ihifei. S Anna" st-ect. 27.0 W Crove. W 37.'"! by S 145. E 37.13 feet lot 5. W- inches of lot (?, block C, map Apgar tact, Oakland; $10. East Shore T.an.l Compatiy to N. B. and Ietla Allen (wife 1. SE EImide avenue. 425 NE East Cnrtcerith street. NE 50 by . SE 120. lot 27. ETmside Park. Brooklyn township: Slo. Mrs. Pii.s be J. Hoover ( widow i (it. J f nb M. Sipe. E so feet lot 7. block 1. map resnbdivislon lots In blocks, 1 to -4. ti to 13. Warner tract, itr.x-klyn fwnsblp: $10. Tlere-o winter (widow) to Oeorce E. Pres-bnch. !"t 14 and - portion lot 15. 50 feet from lot 14, map Edwards tract. Brooklyn township; ?1- Oatberlne and Frank Oiml.el (husband-') -to John Heeth. R I'age str IOO K Seventh. S 3.!i bv E 120. lot 34. iiivl frnctioifal portion lot. 3.!. block 44. tract As-VTeipt i--n. Bcrkclcv ; rkelev 1.. and T. I. f,. R. Pumas to Mary Washington. 1 t 21. oklyn block IS. mrp Kinsell township: $iO. ract No 2. Pro Marv T. Hebm to O. . Pebroeder. SE Oak grovo. DO.04 with SW College avenue. SW 40 by SE 13(1. portion lots 14 and 15; block '3. map Oaklawn. resnbdjvislon bbvUs R and S. lots 4 and 5. Yornon Park. Oakland: $lo. Heorce B. and Lulu M. Travis (wifo t-. Anna E. Mn'.'.or (single). NE I'l feet lot SW 35 feet lot !. block TO. map Boulevard Park. Oakland: Si 00. Harrison and Sipbio J. White to T. A. White. S Walter street. 2iO E plvmouth. E 40 bv S 132.r.( lot 2o block Kt foss tract P.roo!;lvn Townshifi: $10. : Catherine G. and Henrv H. Foster to Breed it: Bancroft (corporation). E Central and Summit', lets .34 to 37. map Btlfia Vit:f Homestead. Oakland: X Central. 200 v" Webster. W 1V by N too, lot 21. man same. Oakland; $10. BUILDERS' CONTRACTS. ' April 12 Mrs. Gertrude A. Stratton (owner) with . P. E. Barber and F. T. Kennedy (contractors. X Twentieth street. 10.35 E Telegraph nrenue. NE 1O.0O. SE SO. SW 31. NW t... begi nning. Oakland, for $4075; plans and specifications filed. Recorded April 12. - April 7 Yr.ung Men's Christian Association of Oakland (owner) with S. . Kulohar & Co. 1 con t ractors) --N W Telegraph avenue and Twenty. first street. N ion. W 15S.117.1B, Oakland, for- $2S75. Recorded April 1-3. Francisco for the neit few days are as Steamers. Arrive., ' Manchuria HoncUone. via Yokohama fo'lows: Dns. and Honolulu Apr City of T'.p.-ka Eureka. Areata, etc ... Apr President Saw Dieyo and way ports . . . A pr. I'matilla Putret Sound and Victoria. .. Apr, (loo. V. Elder Portland and Astoria .,. Apr V. A. Kllburn Eureka. Areata, etc Apr. l'.uckman Seattle and Tacoma..,. Apr Watson Tos Anpeles ports ....Apr. Ari7...nan Snlina ("ru?: and Ran Pieo. . . Apr Coventor I'met Sound ports Apr Krunswi.-k- Fort Itra- Apr. Sea r..atn Mendocino and- Point Arena.. Apr. ('entrain Cray's Harbor t Apr. City of Para Ancon....' .......Apr Kansas City Portland and Astoria ...Apr. Santa Rosa San Diego and way ports.. Apr, Haunlei rs Angeles ports ...Apr M. F. Plant Coos Bay Apr iCr.terprise Hilo -Apr Arizor.an Saltna Cruz, via San Diego... Apr. 1" 1" lo 15 15 16 1(1 IT 1T 1T 17 17 17 IS IS IS 19 13 l'J EKPART. steamers. For. Hue. r. C. Lindauer Gray's Harbor Apr. Northland Astoria and Portland ......Apr. Mariposa Tahiti direct .,...' ..Apr. Coos Pay San Pedro' and way ports. . ..Apr. Paisv Willapa Harbor Apr. North Fork Ktireku Apr. J. .1. Licsie Eureka.. Apr. Sierra Ibciolulu .' . -S,-'. .Apr. City of Panama Ancon .....Apr. Geo. W. Klder I.os Angeles ports Apr. president I'uiret' Sound, ports ',.... Apr. Rose City Astoria and Portland ......Apr. Santa Ciara Astoria and Portland, via Eureka Apr. Claremont Astoria and Portland- ......Apr. Riverside Seattle. Tacoma and Everett. Apr. City of Topeka Eureka. Areata, etc... Apr. porno point Arena and Albion Apr. Pleiades New York, via Tebuantepec . . . Apr. C-entraiia San Periro . . Apr. Puckman Los Angeles ports . Watson Seattle and Tacoma Oover-rjor San Piego and way F. A.' Kllburn Eureka. Areata. China Hongkong, via Honolulu Yokohama ....... Apr. Apr: ports. . .Apr. etc. Apr. and .Apr. Queen-- ictoria and Puget Sound, ports. -Apr. Haiialei Angeles ports Apr. LEGAL. - NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Superior Court of the State of California, In ami for the County of Alameda-' In the matter" of the estate of George W illiam Fletcher, deceased. Notice to creditor?. Notice is hereby givn by -the undersigned executor of the estate of George T illiam Fletcher, deceased, to the creditors of and all .persons having claims against the' said deceased to exhibit them Witli tiie necessary vouchers within ten (10) months after the irst publication of this notice to tile said executor at the office of West & de Journel, 1204 Walnut street, in the City of Alameda, County of Alam-eda, State of California, or at their office in the Clunie Building in the City and County of San Francisco, State of California, which said offices the said undersigned selects as his place of business in all matters connected with the said, estate of George W. Fletcher, deceased. " - ARTEMAS T. FLETCHER, Executor of the last will of George William Fletcher, deceased. Dated, March 11, 1910. WEST & de JOURNEU Attorneys fox Executor. f an. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. , In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Louis F. Husson, deceased, i . ' Order to phow cause why order of sale of real estate should not be made. It appearing to the said ourt by the petition this day presented and filed by Geo. Gray, the administrator of the estate of Louis F. Husson. deceased, praying for an order of sale of real estate, that it is necessary -to sell the whole or some portion of the real estate belonging to the estate of said deceased, to pay the debts outstanding against the said deceased, and the debts, expenses and charges of administration: It is therefore ordered that all persons interested in the estate of raid deceased appear before said Superior Court on Monday, the 25th day of April. A. D. litIO, at 10 'o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Courtroom of. said Court. Department No. 4. at the Courthouse In the City of Oakland, then and there to show cause why an order should not be granted to the administrator to sell so much of said real estate as shall be necessary, ama that a copy of this order be published once a week for four successive weeks in the printel County. Dated Oakland Tribune, a newspaper and published in said Alameda March 23, 1010. WM. S. WELLS, Judge of the Superior Court. ORDER TO SHOW -CAUSE. In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda. State of California. In the matter of the estate of Nicholas Tank, also called Xicolas Tank, deceased. Order to-show cause why order of sale of real estate should not be made. It appearing to the said Court " by the petition this day presented and filed by (ieo. Gray, the administrator, with the v.iil annexed, of the estate of Nicholas Tank, also called Nicolas Tank, deceased, praying for an order of sale of real estate, that it is necessary to sell the whole or some portion of the real estate belonging to the estate of said deceased, to .pay i the debts outstanding against the said deceased, and the debts, expenses and (barges of administration. It is therefore ordered that all persons Interested in the -estate of said deceased appear before' said Superior Court -on Monday, the 25th day of April, A. . D. 1P10. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Courtroom of said- Court. Deportment No. 10, at the Courthouse in the City of Oakland, then ami there to show ciuse whv an order should not be granted to the" administrator: to sell s-o much of said real estate as shall be necessary, and that a copy of this order be published once a week for: four successive .weeks in the printed County. L'atcd, Oakland : Tribune, a newspaper and published in said Alameda March 23, 1910. WM. R. "WELLS, Judge of the Superior Court. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Henry Mayenbaum, deceased. Notice is hereby give: by the undersigned executrices of the estate of Henry Mayetibaum, deceased, to the creditors of and ail persons having claims against the fsaid deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said es( cut rices at No. 107.5" Sixtieth street, Oakland. Alameda County, California, which said place the undersigned selects as; their place'of business in nil" matters connected with said estate of llenrv Mavenbaum. decrtnsed.. ALICE HOVG and MAUD MAYHNBATTM, Executrices of the. estate of Henry May- enbatim. deceased. Dated, Oakland. April 1. 1910. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Krtale of Kmily.M. Vrooman. leeape..l. Notice iS hereby iriven by the nn.Ier-sisneil exertitfSrs: of tiie entnte of Kmily M. Vrooman. drreaseil. to the creditors of and ail pers-ons haviner claims ajrainst the said deceased, to exliit.it them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this-, notice to the said executors at the office of Wm. K. Colbv. room :;604 Mills I'.uildin?r. San Fran.-isco. Cal.. i wltieh said' office the uniei-sisrnel select as their place of bus- J iness in all matters connected . with sai.l estate of Err-ilvl M. Vrooman. deceased. RACIlKll VROOMAN COLRY, MAK VltOOMAN KfiKI'KS, RKATRICH VROOMAN. Executors of the estate of Kmily M. Vrooman. deceased. Dated, (Oakland. April 7, 1010. OKO. K. PeUOI.IA, WM. E. COLRY'. . - Attorneys for Executors. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Arthur J. Bajrloy, deceased. Notice is lierebv Kiven - by the undersigned fedminii-trator of the estate of Arthur J. Itaslty, deceased, to the creditors of and all' persons having claima airainst the said deceased, to exhinit tnem 'with t!ie necessary voucriciM wanui iuui (4) months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the office of Abe V. Leach, rooju 1113, I'nion Savintrs Rank buil.iirvsr, CJakland, California., which said office the -under-sijrncd selects as his place of business In all matters connected with said estate of Arthur J. Bagky. deceased. TI. R. MEIIRMANN, e Administrator' of tne state of Arthur J. Barley, deceased. Dated Oakland. March IS, 1910. RE P- LEACH. Attorney for Administrator. Union Savings Bank building, Oakland, Cal, f NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Edward H. Foster, deceased. Notice is- hereby iri-n by the undersigned administrator Af the estate of Edward 1 1. Foster, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons bavins claims' asainst the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the office of Chnton fi. Dodi?e. 305 Oakland l"ank of Sayings Rld., Oakland. Cal., which said office the iindersisrned selects as his 1 place of business in ail matters connected with saiji estate of Edward II. Foster, deceased. REGINALD S. FOSTER. Administrator of the estate of SMward II. Foster, deceased. Dated. Oakland. March 30, 1910. CLINTON G. DODGE, Attorn-v-at-Law, Oakland Bank of Savings Rldfr.. Oakland, Cal., Attorney for Administrator. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OF EAST BAY SANATORIUM AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES. A CORPORATION. To the. Stockholders of the East Bay Sanatorium and Training School for Nurses, a Corporation. Tou and each of you are fied that a meeting of the of said corporation will be 2fuU day of April, 1910, at said corporation. Numbers hereby nonstockholders held on ' the the office of 614-19 First National Bank Building. Oakland, California, at the hour of five o'clock in tho afternoon of said day. The object of the meeting will be the election of directors of said corporation to serve until the next annual meeting of the stock holders, the annual meeting appointed for the third Monday of January, 19T0, not having been held. The meeting Is called bv order of "GERTRUDE S. COI-RTFUGIIT, holder o'f more than two-thirds of the subscribed capital stock of said corporation, and holder of at least two-thirds 01 the votes meeting. WM. S. BAXTER," - to be- cast at said Secretary East Bay Sanatorium andi Training School for Nurses, a corpor-' ation. NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING WILL. ETC. In the Superior Court of the of Alameda. State of California. County In the matter of the estate of James Blythe Hyslop, 'deceased. Notice of time set for proving will. etc. Notice Is hereby given, that a. petition for the probate of the will of James Blythe Hyslop, de-ea:ed, and for the issuance to Eleanor Thompson of letters testamentary thereon has been filed in this Court, and that Tuesday, the 26th day of April A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Courtroom of Department No. 4. of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Oakland, in said County of Alameda, has been set for the hearing of paid petition and proving paid will, when and where any person interested may appear jand contest the same. . - . Dated, April 11. 1910. JOHN P. COOK. Clerk. Bv W. E. ADAMS-, Deputy Clerk. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the California Ice Company will be held at the ; of flee of the company, 460 Second' street, Oakland, California, on Monday, the 18th day of April. 1910, at the hour of 3 o'clock P. AL. for the purpose of electing a board of directors to serve for the . ensuing, year, and the transaction, of such other business as may come before the meeting. J. T. DONAHUE. Secretary. NOTICE OF TIME S!:T FOR PROVING will, trrc In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, Sta,te' of California.. In the matter of the estate of Mrs. Kate Alexander, also kioo-wn as Kate Alexander and also as CaLhesrfcne Alexander, deceased. . Notice of time set for proving will, etc. . Notice is hereby given. 7;hat a pcrtitiorf for the probate of the will of Mrs. Kate Alexander." also known aa Kate Alexander and also as Catherine? Alexander, deceased, and for the issutinoe to Mrs. Kanney Jane Adams and Mrs. Marc.y Lousie McVicer of letters testamentary, thereon has been filed in this Court, arid that Monday, the 25th day April. A. D. 1!)10, at 10 o'clock A. .M. of said day, at the Courtroom of Department ; No. '4, of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Oakland, in said Ccwinty of Alameda, has been set for five hearing of said petition and-provinjr saVLwill. wJien and whore any person Interested may appear and contest the same. ' Hated. April 12. 1910. JOHN P. COOK, Clerk. Ky . W. E. ADAMS, Lep3ty Clerk. NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROV1MS WILL. ETC. In the Superior Court of the --County of Alameda, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Marietta Steffanoni, deceased. Notice of time set for prcvlng .will, etc. . Notice is .hereby given, that a petition for the probate of the will End codicil thereto of Marietta Steffanoni. deceased, and for the issuance to Samue 1 Hell Mc-Kep of letters testamentary Lherecn has been filed in this Court, and. that Monday, the ISth day of April. A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock A- of said day, at the Court Room of Department of No. 4, of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Oakland, in said County of A'amcda. has been set for the hearing of said petition and proving said "will, .when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated, April 2, 1910. JOHN 'TV. COOK. Clerk.i T?v W. W. CRANE, Deputy Clerk.i McKEE & TASH EIR . 1 Attorneys for Es-tajte, The Oakland "Rank of Savings EMg.. Oakland. California. - ! OFFICE OF THE Assessor ot Alameda County. 9TO 10 TAXPAYER Oakland. March. 7. 1310. All Persons, Firms, Companies, Corporations and Associations, are required to deliver at tke Assessor's office, at tba Court House. City of Oakland, County of Alameda, on or before April 1. 1910, a statement, under oath., of all the property, both real and personal, owned or claimed by him. her or them, or in their possession or held In trust for others, at 12 o'clock meridian, on th First Monday of March, 1910. In accordance , with Sec. 3529, Political Code. 4 Every person who refuses or nesrleetu to furnish the statement as provided for In Section 3629. Political Code. becomes liable to a fine of one hundred dollars and the value fixed by tho. Assessor on their property must not bo reduced by the' Board of Equalization. All persons owning real estate that has been assessed In the wrong name. or errors have appeared on their tax b'lll. are requested to call at the Assessor's office or notlfv the Assessor- by mail on or before April 1. 1910. so that the proper corrections may be made on the assessment roll for the year 1910. ASSESSMENT BLANKS may be talned at the Assessor's office, room Court Houso, or from any Ceputy eessor. ob-one. As- HENR i P. D ALTON, Assessor of Alameda Oakland. California- County. OFFICE OF THE Assessor of Alameda County. POLL TAX NOTICE Oakland. March 7, 1910. Notice If herebv given that, the State Poll Tax of two dollars for the year -1910 I i new due. and payable at the Asses sor's office, room one. Court House, or to a Deputy Assessor. S-e. 3S39 of the Political Code reads as follows: ' - ( ' Every male inhabitant of the State over twenty-one and under sixty years of age, except paupers, insane persons and Indians, not tared, must annually pay a Poll Tax of two dollars,, provided the sace be paid between the First Monday in March and the First Mondav in August. Then It shall tn thre dollars. Sec. 3S46 of the Political Code makes it the duty of the Assessor to "demand Poll Tax of every person liable therefor, and on the netrlect or refusal of such person to pay. he must collect by seizure and sale of any personal property owned by such person." Under Sections 429 to 435 every person who refuses to give his own name or the name of any person in his employ, or who in any manner obstructs the Assessor or any of Ms deputies in the collection of the State Poll Tax, is guilty of a misdemeanor, and liable to a fine of $500 or imprisonment in the County Jail, or both such fine and . imprisonment. Only those persons under twenty-one or over sixty years of age are exempt. Poll Tax must be paid on .demand. HENRY P. DALTOiM, Assessor of Alameda County. Oakland. California. t ORDER FIXING TIME. In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California. In the matter of the" application of the Central Free Kindergarten of Oakland, a corporation organized to establish and maintain a seminary of learning, to sell its property. Order fixing time. . - fpon reading and filing the verified petition of Central Free Kindergarten of Oakland, a corporation, praying for admission to sell certain of its real property in the.-Citv of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, and bounded and particularly described as follows. to wit: Beginning at a point on the southern line of Third street, distance thereon eeventv-five (75) feet westerly from the point of intersection of sai. line of Third street with the "western line of- Franklin street, and running thence westerly along said southern' line of Third street twenty-five (25" feet: thence southerly parallel with the said line of Franklin street one hundred (100) feet, thence easterly parallel with said line of Third street twenty-five (25) feet, and thence northerly parallel with - said line of. Franklin street one-hundred (100) feet to the point of beginning. Being Lot No. Fourteen (1-i) in Block No. Eighteen (IS) as the said lot and block are delineated and so designated upon Kellersberger's Map of Oakland on file and of record !n the office of the County Recorder of said Alameda County. And good cause appearing therefor. If is herebv ordered- that- Friday, April 15, 1910. at. 10 o'clock A. M.. and the Court Room of Department No. 6 of said court of Alameda County, at the Courthouse in the City of Oakland be, and the same are hereby fixed as the time and place for - the hearing of the said petition and application, and thatr nottce of such hearing be given by publlshin a copy of this order in the Oakland Tribune, a newspaper of general circulation published In aid County of Alameda, as often as sail paper m published before said hearing. . . Dated, March 31. 1310. i . WILLIAM H. WASTE. Judge of said Superior Court. NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING WILL, ETC. In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Antonia Balmas. deceased. Notice of time set for proving will, etc. , . ' , Notice is herebv given, that a petition for the probate of the( will of Antonio Balmas, deceased, and for the irsuar.ee to Mareclin Miramon of letters testamentary thereon has ,bcen filed In this Court, and that Wednesday, the 20th dar of April. A, D. 1910. at 10 o clock A. M. of said day. at the Courtroom of Department No. 4 of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Oakland, in said County of Alameda, has been set for the hearing of aid .petition and proving said will, when and. where any rerson interested may appear and contest the same. Dated. Anril 6. 1910. JOHN P. COOk. Clerk." By W. W. CRANE. Deputv Clerk. PIERRE A. FONTAINE, Attorney for Petitioner. find Oakland Brnk of Savings Bid?.. Oakland. Cal- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Oakland. Cal.. April 11. 1910. This is to certify that I have this day purchased the furniture owned by A. I. Scort contained in the building situated and known as No. 413M 12th St.. Oakland. Ca!.. and known as the "Bella Vita'" lodging house." m All persofns having any ellrims against said furniture are hereby notified to present, them to the undersigned at 413V& 12th st.. Oakland, Cal.. on or before April 10, 1910. KARL GLT'CK. -rrOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING - . WILL, ETC. In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Charles AUin Jay. deceased. ' Notice of time set for proving will, etc. Notice is hereby given, that a petition for the probate -of the will of Charles Al- lei Jay. deceased and for the Issuance j lu C5. weiiwieiiy ov R'l tcrs itMM- rnentary thereon has been filed in this. Court, and that Friday, the!22d (lav of April. A. D. 1910. at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Courtroom of Department No. 4. of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Oakland, in said County of Alameda, .has been set for the hearing of said petition and proving said will, when and where any person interested rr.ay appear and contest the same. Dated, April S. 1910. JOHN P. -COOK. Clerk. By W. E. ADAMS, Deputy Clerk. ,TAS. P. SWEENEY, Attorney . for Petitioner, Union Trust Bldg.. San Francisco. NOTICE OF MEETING. Notice of meeting of Oalcland Lodge No. 171, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America, a corporation, to amend its by-laws. Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Oakland Lodge No. 171, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the I'nited States of America, a corporation will be held at the lodge rooms. Elks Hall. No. 41.6 14th street, in the Citv of Oakland, Alameda County. State of California, on Thursday, the 14th day of April. 1910, at S o'clock V. M., for the purpose of amending its bv-laws CLARENCE M. REED. Exalted Ruler. MYRON A. WHIDDEN, Secretary. NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING WILL OF JAMES L. WHITBECK, DECEASED, ETC. .In the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California. In the matter of the estate of James L. Whitber-k, deceased. . Notice of time set for proving will, etc. '. ' Notice is hereby given-, that a petition for the probate of the will of James L. Whitbeclc, deceased, and for the issuance to C. E. V. Saunders of letters testamentary thereon has been filed in this Court, and that Monday, the IRth dav of April. A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Courtroom of Department No. 4. of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Oakland, in said County of Alameda, has been set for the hearing of said petltiofn and proving said will, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated, April 2. 1910. JOHN P. COOK. Clerk. Bv W. E. A DAMS, Deputy Clerk. A. M. SETMOI'R, Attorney for Petitioner, Bryte Bullding, Sacramento. Cal. NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING WILL. ETC. Tn the Superior Court of the County of Alamed.l, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Ferdinand J. Zinkand, deceased. No. 14110. Notice of time set for proving will, etc. ' Notice is hereby given, that a petition for the probate of the will of Ferdinand J. Zinkand, deceased, and for the issuance to Laura Zinkand of letters testamentary thereon hr.s been filed in this Court, and that Tuesday, the 19th dav of-April. A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Courtroom of Department No. 4, of said Court, at the Court House In the City of Oakland, in s-ald County of Alameda, has been set for the hearing of said petition and proving said will, when and where any person interested mav appear and contest the same. Dated, April 1, 1910. JOHN P. COOK. Clerk. Bv W. W. CRANE. Deoutv Clerk. TT'M' SUDEN A- TDM STJDEN. Attorneys for Petitioner. 751-3 Pacific. : B!dg.. San Francisco, Cal. CLASSIFIED ADS, IN THE TR 1 BUN BS PAY BIO RETURNS FOR THE MONEY INVESTED. NOTICE OF TIME SET FOR PROVING WILL. Tn the Superior Court of the County of Alameda, State of California. In -the matter of the estate of Nellie B. Gates, deceased- Notice of time set for proving will, etc., and application for letters of Administration with will annexed. Notici Is hereby given, that a petition for the probate of the will of Nellie B Gates, deceased, and for the issuance to I. L Leard of letters of administration with the will annexed, has been filed in this Court, and that Wednesday, tho 20th dav of -April. A. I). 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Courtroom of Department No. 4 of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Oakland, in the County -of Alameda, has been set for the hearing of said petition, when and where any person Interested may appear and contest the same, 'and show cause if any they have why said petition should not be granted. Dated, April 7. 1910. JOHN P. COOK, Clerk. , Bv W. W. CRANE. Deputy Clerk. SCHWARTZ & POWELL, Attorneys far Petitioners, 957 Broadway, Oakland. Cal. Office of John P. Cook, County Clerk, Oakland, Alameda County, California. 1 " . MOT ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1094 OF THE POLITICAL CODE NOTICE TO VOTE R.S OF HEOlSTRMiOfJ OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. ALL VOTERS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY MUST APPLY FOR RE-REGISTRATION IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO VOTE AT THE PRIMARY1 ELECTION TO BE HELD ON AUGUST ISTH, 1910, AND FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON THE STH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1910. ' OWING TO THE FACT THAT THERE IS NO PROVISION OF LAW GRANTING ASSISTANCE TO THE COUNTY CLERK IN THE REGISTRATION OF VOTERS, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT VOTERS-SHOULD AP- PLY FOR REGISTRATION AT ONCE, IN ORDER TO EX- PEDITE THE WORK. SUCH RE-R EG I ST RATI O N BEGAN ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, AND WILL BE IN PROGRESS AT ALL TIMES UNTIL TULY 26TH. 1910, FOR THE PURPOSE OF E N A B ING VOTERS TO QUALIFY FOR THE PRIMARY ELECTION. AFTER WHICH R E G I S T RATION WILL AGAIN OPEN AND CONTINUE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1910. FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENABLING VOTERS TO QUALIFY FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION, TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 8THL, 1910. THE ATTENTION OF VOTERS IS ESPECIALLY DIRECTED TO THE RECENT DECISION OF THE SUPREME COURT, IN WHICH IT IS HELD THAT ALL VOTERS MUST HAVE REGISTERED THIS YEAR IN ORDER TO JOIN IN THE SIGNING OF ANY CERTIFICATE ' OF NOMINATION IN .BEHALF OF ANY CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC OFFICE TO BE VOTED FOR AT THE PRIMARY ELECTION, TO BE HELD AUGUST 16, 1910. ATTENTION IS FURTHER DIRECTED TO THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS OF THE POLITICAL CODE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, RELATING TO REGISTRATION: Sec." 1037: Tio person's name must be entered, by the Clerk unles: 1. Upon the- production and filing of a: certified copy of the judgment of the Superior Court directing such entry to be made. 2. If a naturalized citizen, upon the production of his certificate of naturalization, which certificate must be issued ninety days prior to the succeeding election, or uton his affidavit that it is lost or out of his possession, which affidavit must state the place of his nativity, and the time and place of his naturalization, together with his affidavit that he hat resided in the LTnited States for five years, and in th!sStato for one year net preceding the "time of application, and that he would be an- elector of the county at the next succeeding election; provided,' however, that if such naturalized citizen shall have been previously, registered- as a qualified elector In any -of the. counties or cities and counties of this statei. his name must not be entered, by the Clerk unless he produces a certl- 1 fioate of such registration, issued by the party authorized by law to issue such, certificate, which pertificate shall be prima facie evidence of his naturalization.. In the event that such naturalized citizen was naturalized in the county or city and county in which he. Geeks to register, or in the event tlmt lie was previously registered within the preceding eight years within the county or city and county in which he seeks to register, and his certificate of naturalization has not been revoked, he shall not be recpuired to produce his certificate of naturalization, nor to make such affi davit of lost certificate in. lieu thereof. 3. If born in a foreign country, upon his affidavit that he became a citizen of the I'nited States by virtue of the naturalization of his father while he was residing In the United States and under the age of twenty-one years, and that he is or would be an elector of the county at the next ensulna election. 4. In all other cases upon the affidavit of the party that ho la or will be an elector of the jounty at the next succeeding election. Such affidavit must be made before the County Clerk or offjeer charged with the registration of voters, . or their deputy. If any elector is absent from the county in wUich he claims residence, he may -appear before any judge-or clerk or any court of record, or notary public, or if in a foreign country, be-lore any minister, consui.or vice consul of the United StateB, and -make and sub scribe an affidavit as to his residence, tpeciiyitu; in what ward or precinct he claims residence; that ho will bo necessarily and - unavoioaoiy absent from said county on an mo uays auowca by law for sreneml registration of electois. nn,i setting forth in such affidavit" each and all the mailers requirta Dy section one ihnusand-and ninety-six of the P61itieI Code of the State of California and forward such affidavit, duly authenticated as above; by mall, enclosed In an envelope, addressed to the County Clerk of any county, or the registrar of voters in and city and county. Upon receipt of such affidavit by such clerk or registrar of voters within the tlmo allowed by law for registration, it shall entitle" the name of such elector to be entered by the cleric In theproper register In such precinct. 6. In every casa the cfTidavlt of the party must show all the facts required to be stated In the .entry on the register, except the date' of the entry. FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AF- . FIDAVITS OF REGISTRATION MUST BE SWORN TO BEFORE THE COUNTY CLERK OR HIS DEPUTIES AND THAT THEY CANNOT, OWING TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE REGISTRATION LAW BE SWORN TO BEFORE ANY OTHER OFFICER. THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK WILL BE OPEN FOR REGISTRATION UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FROM 9 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 5 O'CLOCK P. M.- OF EACH DAY EXCEPT SATUR-DAYS, ON WHICH DAY THE OFFICE WILL CLOSE AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. JOHN P. COOK, County Clerk, Alameda County, Cat Dated March 2, 1910. (Seal . . - ' V ..- . 4 '

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