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15 TUESDAY EVENING Oa&IanD Gtifiunc nJVEMBER 19, 1318. -4 S. F.: Produce tVhere s Aun Lave kMB ksad 1 I print quotation! have' bee emitted. t .' :.- . - " . 111 1 Bnuatn Cream, 6073e pf lug tut; Hub-bthi aqneth. $1.60 pr sack. , . (((plant f Ijai&l M per lug box. Peppora Bell, 75c per lug Chill, 50 9 90c. - Tomatoes $i.T5&2.75 per la. Lettuce 41.n0B3 per crate. Lelery--3&e per bundle ef a bead; do, $3.60 per erete, - Potatoes Par rental t. Bsllnae. 83.25.M: Weere, g22.2s: Rhlmat, 12.40; awtet potato!, 8C3 par lb. - Onlm Brown, 1131.28 per eenttl. . . Garlic lit par lb. - , feullflower 604173 pa dotes. . T Biwte-Al.60 par MCk or bag, , ': - Carrots 61.2J par bar. ..." Turn I pa A 1. So per eack. - ' : Rhanarn Paney, fl.2aQ1.t0 par boi. -' Hiring beane 7Mue par lb; do fancy, ISO 18c-: Lima beant, 4rtlic. , 1'iubi iwiuni 11.6033 par crate. . I'uai)lu mauOc par aaek. aiuanroomt--.vgfc.H)c per ID. Bruiaei sprout 6fi7o per lb." Fruits- : 'yp-rt ' ' ' - Citfut "fwltaitemona. B.W par boil ltmoeettee, 6a4. California Ume I2O3.60. . 0range-47iS per box. Grapefruit Per bo, 13.6094. ' ' ' .'. Bananas Hawallgee, 767c Pr bi Central American, e per lb. , ... Pineapple-34.rjO per ,; i.,.,.M . ,' Apple Bellefleur, fney, 34-tler. tl.S6.l.ai B grade. 81ai.l5; 0 grade, 90cr 111 Newtown Pippins, fancy, 1-tler, 'll.BOfri .V.; do. 4-tler, 61.S34ll.BO: 4-tler. 1 1 1M1 1.28; B grade, ll41.2JSl Kboda leland Oreen- , lege, gl.IISaJl.SOi Jonathans, )1.754l2.-J&i Splttcnbergt. fl.7532.23; Wtgnera, ll.BOfl 1.75; Baldwin, 81.5002; Lady apple, 124.2.60, j Strawberries I3. IT per cheat ' ' fear 81.50(12 per Itrg boi rnaaeU, SIB l as: Bartletta, Vi.W&ii winter peara, JiW ' 1 per boi. , Hapbrrle 112014 per cheat, figa-?a. white, 7.Vfi$li do, blH W .1.1 per two-layer boi. : Uraiea-i'er lug boa; Tef, Kaiperora and Vrnlrla. IX.ij'ii pr lug bos; Corolckopa, 1.2all.S0 per crate. Araradoea 1T pertrlotes. 1 Cranbrrrl 13.60 per Wi Capt Cod, 1S 18'per barrel. 1 .. Oiiliicee OctltJ.lS perho. .' r-tr.lmiaooa 0Ocia2. boj and eratea, Poultry Ponltrr Per lb; Brollera, t to lba. ., 40r4Jcj 1 to I lba, W40e; young rooatera, 1 If) lba, Sut87ri frrera. 2(52H B7ft "it- e: bid rooatera. 324tr; do, youpg, 3BJ!Wc; I.'tUom km, KtfrJHc; large hesa, 863c; i, Mull, 'WCBTe. Tnrkcra-'l.lee. a3S3- per lb; do, ereaaed, " l"43e. .i-fleeae 2Te per lb. tnck 2V per lb. ' Plteoa Old, 42.SO per dnaca. -- . Hiii.ta a.i r,wa m armn. , .Brlalaa hare Ute, a2W Per i, lb; .- trewod. 22i26c. H - - ' , Jarkrabblta-a.1rtS.2S per doaea. 6. Oils nd Leads f KBIOSKNK Per gal: Pearl oil, balk. ge; d cat. IDci standard engine dlatlllete, bulk, ' HHci do, In raae. IUI Moeene, bulk, 11 He; ; do ae. tic; Blalsa, eae, 2!ac; hcsdUgbt, 1 balk, lOei tfo l eae. aoe. 1 UA80I.BWB Per gat; BJ-Crown, balk, tO'Ac; do eaee, 80c. - , - ,-' t . WHITB LBAD In wood or atrel krgaj aincug- pure la cw-in .--t or wju-io caaaa, act weight, oan ton sod orer at one purrhaae, lt,r: WW the and leaa than ana ton. UV,e; . leaa than &U0 lba, lit "4c; 23 or 80 lb kga, lc kiguer; IB kra, He higher; ti b tin e klgber,.. lit h tin palla, I cent ' blaher: 1 to 10 lb cana. ZHe higher. Dry white - lead In bbla. 1 ton and seer. V(c; do. In . krea. sad 80 lb each, leas than 860 lba, ( U'. . KKI l.e r A S D I.ITH A BtTfc Per lb: One ton and oevr In 100-lb krsa, lSc; 500 lba " and lea than on too. UHet kaa than BOO - lt.'ltc; 2 or 50 lb kega, Ua higher; n-lb - ; kega. He higher. - - - - .-.. MMIEED OIl-Baala; ?4 lb per gat. Per gel: Raw, I bbla, 1.8; do, la caeca, 2.03; - boil-J. In 'bbla, l.j; do, la aae, 82.05; In ' a-bbl lot, lc la. Tt'RPKXTINK Beat aplrlta. bala T lba par gal. la tasha, 9te; da la esse, 1.04; 10-caaa lota, lc let. - -Orvulae Aroaorpa la balk, I4HI do la eat, , - 68. - , ' . tV-'fc"' Dock and Deck Teaterdey' at or at did enaalderabl daaiag t local property.- nTeral craft In the hay , at anrnor dragged, and at noon th cable brg Realruian waa called out from her aratlon at Eata Oakland to repair eubmarln cable which ? wrc-wrakew By -th- nnctioo-whlcb otl from- drlTiiaa . vcaaeia. Oakland hartwr waa ahel-- tered be th aufhear. hat tber eoa-itwte porta auffereil asor or lca. At Msrahlleld. Ore., telegraph line were down sad sll coin- rtnlcatln wa -stopped. Th tug Belief, --"tewing the barge Cbarlea B. Keaney, waa com- Klleo to put Into Aatorla, aa th barg lout r rrxMef and wac otberwlee damaxed by rthe bearr weather. Ber deck load will hare to be nnlnadad nd will- W tewed to Ritreks. Bbe wa taking s cargo of ehlp tlmbera to Rolnb' ahlpyard fretn Poget Bound. brr to Rolpb Mlpyard fretn Paget Bound. I " A it earner Knahagak of th Alaak Packer I J C t. lowln- th hlBtar-f Kagland toi ? 'T, port fronv Kartuk. Ala.ka, patted h-rl"" wr s4 h'atandlng by th hlp wilting .l ", The fleet. ' Ihl hawnr fne ibo ae tk moderate. o another Una can be aent aboard 4M hlp. Th ateanwr Cleone-i Ina.riag cargo at Pigeon Point, bnt waa ' - -entapelled to lear the open port and make fir the Oolden Oat. The Brttlah at earner War Rarrlno. a rout re AnetraH from Van- - roarer, JB. C.. put Into thla port for- repalra. . ' . baring ween damaged, hy the (torn), efter being not fie dare. Along th waterfront eerrylhlug wa flooded, ea th. tide waa at Ha blbct at noon, with b atrnog wind making It the blgbeat aeea her lor rainy year. - WMh i fn II cargo of print parwr. the V ' achonwr Acapnleo, In l ol th tng TtiMeh. srrlrerf t Oakland sfrer battling th neuth- eaaler for lx daya. Bh cam from Ocean yalle B. C. ' faptaln Bill reporta ihat be - ae nerer are- 'H high ( atoogtBIa eosat it thia tiro of th year., "The tteaaiahlp Nanking, formerly th Oon-greaa. arrived la part yeatrdy fkor th Orient. her first return , crulae tram , ' foreign t-"i. Bbe bed a. full cargo of freight and many pasnasgers. "I ' A wieelaa aaeaeag from the ehlp Star of t-apland. o root to Bydne,-Aaatralla, from thla port, ttd that th eeawl waa BAM He rront th OoMen Gate, and all are well. ' Th hlgheet price eer paid for freeh halibut wan -quoted today when ,eo of tb flatting Kbooner reached Seattle and sold her cargo . ta S9. AV ! Chang or mt si era recistereo at ine u. r. ""Cnstom Hon: Captain Jnaeph gantoa. atcaracr ' Pern; Captain F. R. McDonald, steamer Wao-i wlnet; Captain 0. McNulty, ateamer Apache , Captain B. Brger, (teamer Avon; Captain 0. . KIN. earner Delay Freemea, Local Nolle to Mariner California: Sea-coast Drahea hay Drakes bay -bell boor, 1. , established, November ir.. In 8 fathnroe of ( water, about mile 103 dcg. from Chmlney ' Rorh at weaterlfj entrance ' te anchorage In , Jlrakea bar. - - ' - - potivrnv Axn rabbits . ; ; Continued u-in.n.-i n-i-i-r" "'' mill N. 15 BED RABBITB Bred doea, bucks, , , youngsters. WgOee's, 1635 Julia St., . Bo, Berkeley. , ' W. LEGHORNS, Anconaa, BL Minorca ... yearling hena end nulleta In full lay) fancy mala bird fop breeding In all !" breeds: youhg brona turkeys from I -. I to 20 lba. Harris, TO Itk ava, near w. P. tracks. . ' i .000 RABBITS, all kinds. Just received . ' from south, now being Bold cheap; does bred 50c California Rabbit Pro-, , ducerg' Exchange, 1101 Eaat 12th at. 7 11 to 20 PAlR whltenfelnB Jones, white ' runts, aquabbera; pair or In -lot. .' I ham Taft ave.j phone Piedmont 6883. UVESTOCK leteittM'iiiaenweisseteieaejtsawsseietwews KINK fresh much COWS, s springom. jp ply Fairmont ca.ie, ct t-snw, pnuns Berkeley 6404, P.. 4, 'FOR SALE Reasonable; Banna pontf l b fresh In Jan.; also turkey hen., , 1621 Holly at Bern: jiu. GOOD goata for sale, reasonable, 624 Taylor ava., aiih'u. 6ATl fust'seu7cheap. Phone Qak-' ' land 2420. 4 DKT OOATS Bred, cheap. VTlll de-fiver. 2235 San Pablo avw- Berkely, IIOR8EH AN1 VEHTCLE8 ssyssarassTg ad m ,T"""T,P IKN head ef horses and harness, also raorne wagona; Merchant.' Expres Co. I Inql atablea. th at. nr. Broadway. 1260-LB. RANCH HORPB; gentle, true; t tn. lf03 2d av. or Elm. 481. v gKXViyo MACinxEs. m0Wm' a1lllhSlM g(1ssl88f9fe J1 SB a- sas) agsBiO P . , A Aa.J noaknlliajl till litk i msses aom. rsmsu, ..i,... ... bet Jeffaraof and Qreve. Oak. 1714, ffoo Late to Classify ItKHHENQER BOY wantd, with v ' bicycle. Apply morning,, composing-: rooos, 3rd floor, Tribune, : Cotton Market NEW YQUK, Nor. 11). In a ratbet narkot thin mnriUng -Liverpool - and. apot hrniM bouirbt cotton on a ueriarat aiale. In fluenced, no donbrv-br tbo flrmneea of Call. Tber waa mile cntrt-nee or rurtnee aontnera aclllng auch ae baracterlied yeeterdar'a lata market. . At tne eni ot . ine nrat ruteen mlnutu the list waa weaker and waa 20 to 2.1 poiiita net lower, reflecting a--rrwi of aomnv-.n acmgg .on au aooc. l .p - Band, ' . - I Tiia close twa steady at a net loss Of 35 to 76 polnta. The close:. - Open, 47 05 26 75 28 30 28 10 21 44 Txiw, j i 40 26 oa. 26 80 Close. Jan, March May i July Oct, NOV, : Deo. 87 85 H 98 20 "U 28 60-S it 05 26 82-T I 26 48 25 2 21 42 24 BO 24. It f,tz 60-2 by .p,,), cj,,, were weU (Detained in the main, the early rally rtiak-"iVo5 2710 (ling further progrea in steel, etrulptnent. shipping 'and copper, a weU as ii'in ajpOT PRICES Corn No. i ye!lo. nominal; Nr- 3 yellow, oid, $1.4&; No. 4 yaUow, old; Il.SiCi.4i: iNOj. yetiow, jiew, (l.av, Kye. imo. z, ai.es. mney.' Pbcvsi.ui. Timothy, 17.00 10.2S. Clover, nominal. Grain, Provisions The close: , . Open. Mirh. tew. CToae. voks per nnmnKi,. Jarv tS9 1 1 7 t SS utc i ztft til in OA I S PKH RrSHFI.." 1 anll.1 . I Jan.i ,7H ;. . 75(4 .: 72 76HI Dec... 1Z : 75 li roilK PER BARRKt,., Jan. 45 6 48 10 45 70 ' X:" liABD PBH 100 .B. Jan. i 28 05 , 28 3S 28 05 WVb 46 It 21 21 - mom BIBH PER 100 I.B8. Jan. 24 60 24 62 24 40 24 55 S. F. Exchange Stocks Bonds .. S0VDI BltU Aak. o r seawall 4a 4.70 U ghway Serial 4a ,. 4.70 4.40 B r Harbor Imp ,. 4.10 H P Municipal PH -.. 4 50 S " Municipal 4V," 82 B-00 V JMunlcliial 5 ....5.0O . - United btateb bomdb. - BhJCoupouaSa i 108 Liberty Loan H'm W 100 Liberty Loan 1st 4a -..,.... .1 f-.e Liberty Loan 2nd 4a 0&14 ,-i l.ibcrrtt Loan lt 4'a Liberty Loan iud iu, 7A .. Liberty Lean 3rd 4V.a 71 7?4 Liberty Loan 4th t 9V tlBCCLLAaiEODB BOVDB. Aaaoclated Oil Co 0A 100 uay couullea 1'oner Co 6 ........ f Cal flaa aod Elec Cnlf 8e' 05Vk IM Uaa Biec al T U b...... Cal iaa and tElec Coif o Cal rlt Caola Co Serial Ba ........100 Cal Td and Lt 6 .. Central Cal Traction 8 ..-City filectrle S2V4 city mvkatipent CO oa ............ .. Coatt -Count lea h and P 8 84 Bcooomiea Goa 6 KUiaun Llglil ft Power tVi 101 rirat red l'roat lo 6a .. UfDOrai ripi Una .....1004 lit Wcat Power Co 6s 81 ilonie Tel 4c Tel of rJpofcane 8 ., '.. Laa laooa m a no '1 pa ...... .. Loa Ahgelea Klec 6a . .t L A Ua and Klee ba.. 1 L A Gas anf Elec.Jat ret B 87 I. A Lighting n V A Railway ta ................. B4 t, A Ry let ref r 714 L A Pas K B 6a 78 L A Pac By of cal B t Market lt lit Con fia .'. 60 Katodiaa Co of Cal a 774 'vrtbrta t'al I'jmer ft .......... P Kortbern Ry of Cat 8 ' Northern Cal Hy 6 '. . Northern Cal Power ba BO. Korihern Cal power Cos 8 ...... ' Oakland Traa.it 6..... .. Oakland Traction-Co sa .. Oakland Tranatt lat Con 6n 40 Oakland Tractleo con t ........ 84' Oakland Traction Co (a Urpkrua T and B 6 .. Pa Electric Hy Pac tin nd 131 ee 8 ......... ..' Pac' -Ktee- He Ao . v.t'j ....... w..-. .-w t3i 100 wo 70 70 T6 94 93 79 80 82 8S 80 98 7 88 Pa Tel and Tel Co 7H Kae Elec liaa and Rye o S r Oakland 8 I 8 T B P Oakland and 8 I 24 hi ...... 88 58 S P Oakland and B 1 Oea Coa - baa Joaiinla L and P ba .03 .. Ban Joanala L and P Berle A 4 .. 100 B t and hanta Clara VhS Sierra Uy ot Cal 6 TO B P B K of Cal 6 , 7 8 P Branch By of Cl 108 B P leaf f Aa 83 p Cost 4a..,..,.,.. ....... ....... B P Cone ba..,..." .. n v c r uo aa.. .. B P Co B F Term Ry 4s It 82 Water Con Mtg as .......... . 94 Ion Oil f Cal 6a .............. 924 ted uaa and Elee 6.... ....... .. United ft kl of S E 4a " Valley Co Power Co 8 ,.....'..... -PS, West Pac lat Mtg n 87H - WATER STOOXB. , Spring Taller 6S!4 IVtnXAJICB TOCXB. Elremen'a Fund 881 . CAB ABD ELECT BIO STOCKS. Northern Cal Power com 20 . Kerthwralera E'ee pfd ............ 7S North wee! em Elec com 11 Pae tiaa and Elec pfd 8.ri pae Oan and Klee eoea . ........ ,r-- Pan Llgntiiig P'd 80 874 il4 i Pac Llgutlng Corp com .. .. B Joaquin Light Power pfd .... n 4JJ Weatera power pfd .,,, to .; Weatara Power com... 13 - , BANS, BTQCX American Nat Bank IM Anglo Cal Treat Co ...117 )0U Auglo L, r aao r,ai nan ..,.i...I4oi Hank of Cal N ...IK1 nrsr t nan or r. t -., Mercantile M Bank j., 12 Saeinga L'nten Bank and Tenet env .. Union Treat Co. .2001, aaruiuB o- jlo. Bnmboldt Ttajlnnal Bank 105 Mutual SavinaV Bank (830 paid I .. 75 " S RM-arltv aaviuva Bsnk uuas siuvoa. Hawaiian Com and sugar ........ 47 Hawaiian Sugar Co. SS llonokaa Sugar Co. 7 Hutchinson Sugar Plantation .... 17 nahu Sugar Co Ltd ............ ( rt.m fi,.ff.. fs T.td .... A - Ononiea igr Co. .. Paauban B r io. J", . PUmeet Mill Co 81 -. I'nlon Sugar Co. P. , 3d t. . Oil. STOCKS. Amslaareated OH Go. ,. 0 Jl AMociax-a tin t". "Ti ,. cal feiroienm vorp- pi ........ uo G'liTsI Petrolenin ft, I 9,1 fleneral petrolenm com .... Pacific Crtuie on .......... Pau-Amerlcna P and T pfd Pf.u-e.mrr P an4 T com . Hterllng Oil and ! tlnlon oil- f Cal ........ .lis -I1SU.1 . .. ...116 ..i I ... 1 1 ...1H'4 ll.i Waal Coast t"i , r... , . n; OJ MISCILLASEUUS BTOCBB.. : Alaska Packer con) .v. .......... .'. t'al Packera pfd ..108 Cal Parkers com 47 Hawaiian Pineapple 45 . Juilsoa Mrg Co.... 90 Pacific A lire Alarm vatomsa Co of Cal pfd lfr Pae Tel and Tel pfd 89 Pae Tel and Tel com... .. Philippine Tel and Tel Cerp 20 leeu Lusher Co 91 STOOX AJTD BOND gALES, 16O00 Liberty Ixxa tnd 4 (1942 ISteK) Liberty Loan 3rd 4a (lUiHl ,,,, SooO Liberty Loan-3rf 4Ua (1928)...: S4iaiu LiiH'rty Loan 4th 4s .......... ve zu is 81 tr.' 97 87 liHHai Liberty Loan th 4Ha i c, Ut tnA Eief Vul( B ....... 9,1 - - jutaj Oeucral Tip Lin 6 . . .V....IUI i iwriai tit wemern rnwer ce ba K2 4000 8 V Water l i Oen Mtg 4a.. 1000 West Pae K U Co lat aMtg 8s. S3 bpring Valley Water Co ..... 100 Pac Gas and Elec com . 94 . 7 . 6:i 10 First Nst Dank of 8 F s Saving Unloa Rank ft Trntt Co. ,.250 liainlua Bagar Ce 36 100 Associated Ofl Ce : -9Ti Associated Oil C. ......v., 60 Ocnersl Petroleum, pfd 68 Bd General Petroleum enm 63 Union Oil Ce of Cal ... 5 Cal Packing Cerp pM , 43 Cal Packing Corp pfd 63 Cal Packing Corp Com 114 ....114 lug 47 I 810 Cal Packing Oorp coin ..,1.447 UNLISTED SALES.' 100 Honolulu 1'lantatloa ............. 64 i-ffl a,aatnay water A prn .. 14 800 Eastbay Water B pfd 14 m tti win com ....a...... .4,.,, pi ' 40 Pac Coast Casually 6 mwo o A ft e Ry r,e 18 WM. CAVALIER ti CO. 'Member S. F, Stock And Bond 1 Exchange , Sealers I Munlotnsl CorporeHew Sosds r.raKRTV nnMns bought and B"ld A Block Ex.ob.an2 -Unf.tlcn . " ,... .;,; d 4 VI "ef F M B BPS 69 1UWIHI X4B8U M0Mt . t I'hone) Lekealde 8f Sharp : Reaction on N. Y. Market Gils and Shippings Go Downward NEW YORK. No1. U. On the lightest trgdini ot gny full ie!on in aev- frtl week a todgy'g ttcok market rerersed breaking two to aeveti pointi. Salet were c . " . ., tHVia-e were uuu oui u pii m turn ,vim,uii icaun w uv - riiori showing gaioi of, fraction to a point, Inveatroent rail and aleela, in- UUding the independent group, and motor ana on were me prominent lea-tare, hot the undertone toon became irregular,, Thl condition wa oererae before the end of the firit half hour, however, when leading metal and acUre ipecialtie rose lubttantially. Tk. ;. I...... nf kmle tobgeo and rubber laauel. UU were irregular nui naraenea wner uu ..-were firm, r 1 i :-. , ' , ' "": " ''-."' In Ihe bond market foreign issue were the noteworthy feature, rrencn goy ernment 1V4 gaining one percent, with concurrent itrengih in French municipal, 'i ' ' t ' ' -----V r--- - - - - s.ij. r.. .....Un.l ..1ln In atiamra ineciallies. the market Wl almost .i:.-i..a i v.. miJj.nii.il. I atrr Oil! and (hipping led the harp reaction in hack. The r.Ioainc wa heavr. '. alorement " of nrlcea j eartoua petioda of today's -trading la malaed la detail la the fallAwllir! OPEN1B9 Th market pursuea i u.u.i enure ot (bowing s atrong toua at the opening wuen many or ine irauera .wo aid In th expectation of aom deeelepment After th fleet few minute thla demand alack-aned and price of number of leaue yielded slightly, but fkictoatlona war extremely ar-rw and th trading waa generally without importance, Tber waa continued accumulation of Sinclair Oil, which has been In peralatont demand for aome time In connection with the, Improvement In th refining and distributing plants. -Thla stock waa in supply this morn ing and mad a gain of H to 68. rOREROOM laduetrlal Alcohol we one or th moat actlee features, moving np 1 to 1S. Steet eommon made", a gala of m to. 14. Baldwin was another atrong feature. advancing 34 t si starin preterren ix in iirl. Th. m.ww-nr of actle taena at the end of the flrat flfteea minuter abowed galna ranging from H to oeer 1 point, poa vitnoif Tho market maintained a atrong don during, "the greater part of th rorenoen. Many laanea anoweu gama o on to tarn points. Tobacco Producta moved lip 1 to 77V, Irhll Meslcan retroieom. a rtlr selling down to ieij, raineo iu io-'ti-l.rln. nr.rarrMl waa un. from 115 t 117. Bteel common moeen up orer one iim " 1014, sad upturn of kbout th aam amount were mad In the other gteel laanea. Southern Pacific wan th most sctlv of th rallroaif laanea. adeanclng 1'A to Joa. in cmpper atocks wer steady, Kenaecott skowlsg th larger aoeanc at 3. '"' il , AfTERnOOsT Tn market waa w in i eft-room with Martn prefarree In enr-piy. That Issue Cropped rer Mire points to 114. Southern Pacific dropped from 1044 to 103 ..4 .n.rauul. nu nalnt 1. AIi. StS.1 common from 101 fell to 101 n Bajnwin reacieu to 74. atooetnker rtu li oa" ana industrial Alcohol waa two points below th high at 1034. trbll ,Mtlesa petroleum oecnneo CLOBISHI ejteet common aoia stmt in ,w 100 V. today. Marine preferred waa also m aupply and closed t 114. Ueiiran Petroleum bmke badly and wis finally 155U- Southern o..ifi. .in.. . iltm Union Pacific H.idwln. 7: ! Btudebaker. 01; looacco Prodnru, 78; American Smelting. 87. Sales, iuua fcmrfa. ST.no.ota) ' 1 Jhertv honrl closlna , s.v; iirni cnnvortlhla, 4s. B4.&0: Second 4a, 98.02, First convertible 44, 68.64; second con vertible 4 US. 97.82: tnira 4 -AS, .sa. fourth 4Hs. 8. .- j ' Bank Clearings frikland'S "bsak elesrings for todfy sr 11,- aw5.7oi.78. .. . aiK vniKClKCO. Nov. IS. The bank clearings for today axe gzi.gii.hiLs. Eastern Produce CHICAOO. Nov. 19. Butter higher; cream Eras I'neettled: recelnta'. 8OT0 caaa: flrata. rS4Hi-i rrhry firsts, 3eMc; at mark mmmrnrn tw-lMOMI IUtf1 SIC. NEW YORK, Nov. 19. Butter nrtn. unchanfed, Kfega, ateady, unchansed. Cheese, firm: atate fresh specials, 33 34o; do average run, niwJJc. - Sugar Prices N75W YORK. Nov. 19. Sugar, paw, oncnangrea. Dairy Produce Prlcea noted below ar eelllnr price fram tb tobber to th retafter. eatsblUhrd etery Monday for bnt tar and Ally for egga end eneee by rb Baa Francisco Wboleeala Dairy Birhang: - , .' Batter Extra: - Laat , ii Grade. . Week. Week. Solid cube 918 eie Parchmefit arraMMd. l ib sqaar ............. .. 61 ....62C .ivS2e ..62 ene 2C . ll aqua re t ...... 2-lb aquar . 82e 92 e 1-lh aqnar Prlc first-. Plrt ' Eilrs fancy Backed cartas le shove nuoie- tlna. -, -'.x - -. Eggs, per Soaen- Nov. 16 Nov. IS Nov 19 FVeek extra ...... ...v.. 77c 82c 78e Flrata ....s..'...'.. . - .. - N litre flrett: v. " ... . - Fresh eitr pallet , 82c 44 . 62d Eitr pulleta .. rfheese NeW- Cslirornja nsti. - rsncy,- a re lb: old strl. sauet new Oregon Triplet. rancy. ze-nr in. j ( Local Produce Mood Bine Rnttmabsrc anales advanced tSe a box today and other varletlea C applea are Jiie for s jump la prle this weak, according I dealers. Potatoes ar still sboavlog s (light decline la price. Othar nrodnc remain ner-Bial. - - " 1 Clrrna Imlt riraana. TalaneJai. fancy. ahtill; navels, 83 50 a box. Lemon Sunklat, .60e)7: Otbsrs, UQS.bo, (ccordlng te quality. , - . Mmooenea (.&o(oj, accoruing s ajuaiivr. . Oraoefrnit SiliUM M. -- Troulcal frnlta Central American and Hono lulu hbish, 8e par lb; cocouuta, nominal; pineapple, nomluaL' ' ' Amilee Belleflaor. Itt and 4-tier, 81-801 LIS;. 4-tler, 81 l.-,pi,25: Hood River Splts-enherga, fancy, 82013,73; choice. gSfsl-3: Viaanera. etA and a-tier. S2: 4 U -tier. I.e." St 1.73: Baldwin. KM, and 4-ller. tUfi.Hi yellow "ewrowB rippim, ii'M ana -r, ei.ie,nt..w, 4'4-tlr, t.V.l.40; Jonathan; VVsahington, 63.5Vtiz.S; Rhode Island -aireeslna, 6 awl 4 tier. fl.60eil.nU: 4 U tier. lt.KiilT.40. i-tttbii.-ju vu.. ihf si.Atfr2i.70 n crsie. tlranea airaii.n.: in.lh hoaee. Ibtttftf. black lug boiea, a 2.',(a.T5; Tokaya, 32.50416; Malaga!, luga, 83.50:1 a lug; crate. 1.50l.e0 veruei, isgs. z.ou crates, si(W.oa, Muacats Logs, I2.50O8. --. i Perslmmona 81.BOU1.7B. Srrawberrle gUffllS a cheat Raapbarrlea 13agl4, i - ... - Miwkl.h..Fl..i,..lM,,lT. Ik ' Craoberrl WsBhlnetcsi. 1 ML 84 2S; Cap Code,, Barly Black 812012.50; lat Howe 8iatjll8.60 per cwt. ... ' Blear noe.mas sutlssa '' Had Rasa. 82.4043 2 50: other. 82.2312.8 nr cwt.; AlvarM 0 be, 81.3T.ai.oO; Nevadaa, 62.4083.09. MWM, nn.afAM . & a, ii .u it. Onion HI vera. ai.23t31.&0: Alvsra,- S1.2S gii.no, . h.w .rllA2Tr3Ae a In. Cncumbeea 7ftcn1.23i Santa Crna k4- house, 12.29 a box. ' v . . Tomatoe a Leandr, 3.BOJ8J5; He. a, fl.nOl.B. - - , , celery A4ne per tmnca. -hhubarh 8161.50 per boi. Let luce Si.6va nr -etat:' 80OT6 toxen. . Pa S2.2S9t.S0 per gnsrter asekl, sacks. (4.ZO,. m.-.mJ strisg ana wa been Ataman, iwa,,. s vie weenie iwt isc. Dried beano Pinks, 1c; Isrg iraHcs, ) 10e ne. 1. Bummer eih 41.504MI - eresai, large htgs, 81.25411. M: eraoknack. TBel Hubbard, 622.50 dot 100 lba. f , Cabbage 75ctl a oan, 9U a 19. . Cauliflower SOetJSl s doaen. ' Carrot e2if2.60 s sack: 80if40e a dose Eggplant Livingston, 1.75(2.231 Stockton, letLoo.'' - . Turnip f 1.5033 par (SCSI jyatue per awe, tso-isaea -ine s aoaen. Chlil pypre Box. 50esJ81.' . Eva. S-.rl .mini, nnf TAeOTtt. Bell pepper Box, 8101.26; Mllpllss. l-3 Poultry teglrors bene, 374TS8C! large cot red hen. U40rl broilers, 1 lb and Ie. 45fHo: medium freer. 404Sc: young roost rs, vr 3 lba, 86t)8; cJif roost era. 2327 Pl.Mit. B1 . Anmmn' Mti.b. X.t.AOnT. ' Ducke (White) fat.' 80H2e dueka (eel- M.,11. XtlAkaOel dressed enrkeva. fatter, .N. I stock. 40i42ct choice. 8eD88c: thin ana P00" dressed, lea Ilea turkeye, N. 1 ye"a foi936e; old tma. 8J3c( poor anT thla stock 1 less; gees list), U4I39c; jacarsnoiia, e I QO t OOfMafa, ..BslUa iawe33. iti early, firm, tone, tpeenlative isauei under a ball million snare. 1 1 f .1.. -..-J Innarlint ill. nun than SB.flOti ahsres waa followed fanwover. leadera became heavy again. of the final hour, the entire list fall- New York Stock Exchange : Jlie following (notations sr price ad stack en the New fork BtocL Exchange, are from k. P. Hotton C.'s prleatc wire, aaambera af th New (ork Block Biehsng. with office la th St. Mark hotel, TweUth ssd Franklin eeeeetat ' Agricultural Cbera Alaska Oold ..... Allls-Chalmers ... do pfd ........ An at Can Co. . . . .100 too 4'" 7 .. 4Mt 4 274 ,-eo Sit ( 40 no pro 4 . w . .., 964 Amer car ana ray 854 88 sa do pfd ........ American Beet Sugar Alloy Steel American Smnatm- . Ametican Llnsoed do pfd Americas Malt pfd American Cotton Oil Associated Oil ......... Amer Hide and Leather pfd 108 .7 ,. aa 40 80 40 .106 104 104 40 -ga1- SO 82 ii' 08 74 . . , ' S8 82 .. 41 40 40 68 0B 73 es 91 87 87 108 ... in . . 81 . . ' 188 ' 8 8 AS r4 lor 100 22 22 B8 fej 10 82 2'4 40 40 47 A7 B5 W '. !-"'; - 7t 21 21 182 124 00 59 1 1 21 21 American Lecomotiv ..... Americas Steel fdry ..... American Hmelter d nfd Amerlcstf Sugar American W P pfd ....... American Tobacco ......... Anaconda . .- .... t4 .... r. ....liw? .... 88 Atchlaon '.. ... Amer Tel and Tel ........ Batter and Sonerloe Baltimore and Ohl Beth Steel ctfs .... Beth Steel B ..v.. H' n, y Calif Packing ' l4 57 Crucible ........... do pfd Continental fen . ... California Petroleum 21 do nfd .......... Canadlas Pacific .. n and O ..... Central Leather .... 604 .... ? .... 21 Chile Copper Coloredo Southern .. 25 '101 . 48 rooaolldated Oa , Corn' Producta do pre? ...I...... 48 48 101 Cnba Can !I2 -TtMeJ do pfd Delaware A Hndana Kle Sec . . . Erl I... do 1st pfd ..... 80 s 114 47 1 lf 82 2 ., 23 to 83 flranhy 80 Oreene Csnsn.a ............ f24 82 81 neneral Electric .... Oeneral Motor fioodrtcn .. .1. ...... (7t Northern pfd Ot-Northern Ore ctfs Oiilf S Steel International Nickel -. Induatrtal Alcohol ... Int Asr Corp pfd .... Ice Securities Illinois Ceatral ...... Inspiration ..... Int nrv N J i ...... .153 int .137 127 1K2 123 .:100 .. 83 .. e ..82 sot. pu 83 83 SSH ejsv. 82 32 102 .. 58 57 .. loiH 63 62 52 113 Internoro do pfd ........ Kelly Springfield K ,0 Sontbern '-,.t do pfd Lackawanna Bteel 8 9 S.V 00, sa 87 72 57 74 72 I, ft N lis 81 Vt (Vt 27 43 Uhlgh Valley Maxwell Motor do 1st pfd do tnd pfd Mllfe) Steel ...... M K and T do pfd Mleaonrl Pacific Mexican Petrolentar . Marine do pfd National Lead ..... Nat O and Cable ... .. 37 . 37 44 ' 43 . .. ..a . .. .. 12 . 2.84 " 27' 28 .104 156 l.V . 2S 27 23 .117 114 114 , 81 81 SI 1 14 13 18 . 20 ' 19 1R . 80 80 80 Nevada Coa N Y Central New Haven North American . . . Northern Pad fie .. ?. 38 88 M 99 99 43 Ohio Cie .- 42 Pierce Arrow Pullman -. Pacific Mall Pennsylvania Pittsburg Coal ..... Pitt ft West V .. Pressed steel Car ., Boyal Dutch Oil .. 44 ..1294 123 ., 81 48 7 1, .. B74 30 3 ASIA ,.,.110 104 104 ... 2.1 23 r ... 67 67 , 68 ....80 S8 S8 ' .;v7S 77 77 Rsy Conso.ldatrd .. Ball way Steel Bpg , hearting Republic 1 sod S do nfd BOCg Islthi do 8 do 7a , .. , tv , 88 82 81 , 11 19 10 , 10 10 10 ,V. . ., 47 , 18 14 .. .104 108 108 , 81 81 "f Saxoo ., Seaboard .... Btoft Sbaflefld Bra, ana s w ;...-.... Sonthsr raclfle ........ Boat born Railway ...... do pfd - '70 Bt Paul , 49 48 48 83 do pfd Btudebaker . . Stnut Sinclair , . 91 .,47.., 6B 47 46 86 86 - 19 Superior Steel 86 19 86 Third Avenue ....... Tenneaae Copper . A . . 15 16. 16 Texaa OH Texa Psclflo TMmcc Products ... Union Pacific .188 194 18V. , 26 B4 21 . 18 76 T7 .138 133 132 ... 6 .101 100 100 foiled Rls ot N .. TJ 8 Steel do pfd 111 111 -111 rjtab Copper 4 S2v 83 Total sales atorka. 443,900; total (sles bond, 87,603,000, . Money Market NEW YORK, Nov. l!t MorcantHe paper, unchanged. SterllaB. 60-day bills, unchanged. Demand. 14 7r,r,- no bles, ,.7-1. 1 Mexican dollar, un- enangea. Time loans, strong, , unchanged. Call money ' strong, unchanged. , . i . Chicago Grain CHICAGO, Nov. 19. Cora price vaderwent s material decline today owlaa to aearclt or tresn euym oroers. upening price. starte rrom unchanged nirttrea to 1 tent lower, with December 61.27 to 61.28 and January 31.39 to 81.38, wer fallowed by eetbeck (11 aronnd. rjhaaea of flour by th Hovers ntent ware th Bobsenuentiy assartlona tnatrtcent lerae nur. beginning of a plan for feedlug Kurotie, led to ssarp raiiy. mere was also talk, of Im prove: aeaboarti fleruano roe oata mis ef preparations to ship food to Austria en a big at-ale. Prices eleeerf atrong, 1 tiet higher, with December ia to jaoMoa January 132 t 182;. - -... After opening snchangvd to He lower, with December 734 to 78c, eat continued to ag. Lwer auotatlonn on1 boe-e weakened nro- vlslooa. Arrlvala of koga In Chicago wer th (goat nomeroua in a toof wnne. , , am: Corn December 1.S0 January, 1 R2, . Oata-l-rcaber,-74e! January, Tor, , Peck November, 641; January, (,46.20. Ird November, 27; January, .. Klna November, 824.99; Jannary, 614.6S, I WHITEHEAD & HARRIS , ' Stock and Boni Brke , Ifabllbd 1601. 207 1st National atank Bid... Oakland LIBERTY BONDS aught and aeld foe sah at New Vsrtt Stack BKchanpa Quotation . We buy end sell all Iteeka end Sonde Men erdar given prompt attantasiv - May Be Lean.- - aasstere Bs as. t) iN Bt ax S. F.' Exchange .CL08IWO CTTOTATIONS. CAL.tr-OKMA. Bid. Aak. - Bl Aak. Argonaut .....TS a . l if Mt King , 13 Cea Xureka. .OS -"-071 NEVADA. Coaiatock. A'Ph .... , A'ta .... ,. Andes feat It Xti, Bullies Caledonia rr.lJnlie Cos ., 03 Justice 07 Kentucky Coa 03 Mexican ...,' ' 03 Occidental ' . 04 Ophlr ., 08 Overman v . , , . 05 Potoel ....... . Savage ,02!S Belchec 18Scorplon 00 sierra See - 02,KilTer Hill . ; oilrsion .. ... 01 a ' 40-08 -01 OS ol oa i naiieaga ,v Confldenc".' -Con Imperial. Con Virginia. Eirhequvr . 13 ei ot ' ot of Ki ? Nov ' 6a Jacket ...... .. oolltah TonapsS District. .8.00 , ..IMoniana Rlmont Uroneker 16 IftiMon Pitta . 07 WI North StaP-.. 01 021 UiMcna B. . . Cask B Coa. Dleld RX O o ... 0 Heat 0) Erne Hslifaa . 1 Kiitler McNamara . Mid Coa .wi. 08 0 , OSlTon pir ... ,1.40 1.45 08 04 Ton Dividend. 14 09 10 Ton Ex ....1.85 1.00 18 .. T Hssbrnsck. . 05 .-48 Ton 7 .... 04 05 24 ' ntlmatlll .... ., Ot 14 . 1W End T,r.,..i.20 1.J9 JHispan . 08 0S W Tono .... 13 18 Xf.s...... nr.,.,.. Deg union . miu... m i Oold Wedg., n jlrt,ll.TTTIOT n B rw. 02 ..lllnlon Amal . 01 02 aa con .., 03 0ft W Cana ... Men Dexter,- oi w Tsn. E. 15 01 .J a ir . . n. Mr i.i a nuirit Atlanta .... 04 OSIOraadma- .... 01 -OS Blue Bell ... ,. . 01 Ot Bend .... 03 04 Bio Ball ... ei OtlJumbo Ex ... 19 Booth Oa 07! Jumbo Jr ... 09 COD ...... m ojiK.a.n.. .... on Comb Its , 02 03! Lone Star ., 01 CraehrJ:- 01 OtlSlmmeron .. .. ma Butt n. i. : n at H nine . M Plam DlaV.. ... oa s Kenisil ... .. Kloreoce .... U lamilrcr Pick.. 08 Ooldf Cea .. 90 ?'iHnearhd a .. 01 OoiufMrr.. 02 031 Yellow Tlgr. .. ARIZONA. Oatman IMetrlea. Argo . 08 OMv.llla . Ot 05 Oold Ore ,.J OS 7ctd Bast ...4.00 Gold B Aoa 01 Oil t'td Weal B3 Lucky Boy .01 . . OTHER OISTMCTI!. Nenael 0 P.. 03 OSlRnch Merger. Oi "03 Utd Hill ... 03 03 Round Mt .. 19 Bock Mines., 88 1 ..IVer too 94 OS on, BTOCKl. Cariboo .., $.78 ..(Palmer U 06 UcKlttrlck. 18 I ,. dopfd ... 22 MJ ft MAM (fit .. Premier., . 34 Nat Pae ... OS 05 1 Section 28. .13.00 ftw Ps. Pt. . 28 . xnriNQ a AXES. 800 Coa V 10.M) North Star 08 300 Mexlrsa ... 1000 Brougher D. 7000 Cash B C... 1000 Oold Zone. . 8OO0 Ot Weet C, EOOO McNamara 2300 Mid Con ,. 800 Mid Con. , B.tOO Mid Con ., 1000 Tono Die 1.40 000 W Tbno ... mo Vf Cap ... BOKO Cracker ... Soot) Snearhd O .. 11 18 02 . 02 08 241 2000 Cold Or , . Ill lono Nensel O V.. 01 i: 6000 Nev Hill .. 02 07 24 1S IWiO Nev Pack . . 4600 Mid Coa .. l-t OIL 9TOCE8. Cariboa ... 1.7S ' ...iPelmer TJ.. 06 22 ..I do pfd .. 20 03 OslSectlon 25. .13.00 MJ ft MAM Nat Pac-:. E FOR WOMEN, TOO War risk insurance for women en gaged in the aervlce of the V. B. Signal Corps baa been asked for by the women's committee of the State Coun cil of Defense. The request was made owing to the haaardoua nature of the service rendered by the women in the aervlce which has caused the denial ef Insurance to them by commercial insurance companies. A aub-commlttee of the senate finance committee, being opposed to having war rlak Insurance made available to women. a resolution by the women's committee was passed end sent to members of the Senate and House sub-committees on finance, also to Secretarjr of War Baker urging ' that Insurance be given the women aa they had enlisted for patriotic res sons and should have th same protection as the men. S.F. MASKLESS . business men facecArrest SAN FllANCISCO, Nov. It. A (flashlight photograph taken of th spectators si he Kred Fulton." Willie Meejian fight at the civil auditorium Saturday night may be used -aa evidence in which warrants for ' the arrest of hundreds of well-knowti San Francisco business and sporting men will be made, aorord ing to Chief of Police D. A. White today. When tb picture taken by Police Photographer George Blum waa da- ' veloped. It . waa found that 60 per , cent of thj spectators bad dofTedV, their influenia, mssks. Copies of the picture were then aent to every , v police station in San Francisco and ; orders ware given that as many ae -1 could be identified be notified that , unless they made immediate Volun-tary contribution to tha United War Work campaign arrests and prosecution would follow. - Candidates 'Appear i for School Board Candldatea for th vacancy which wlD arise on the Board of Education when Director J. A. HIM resigns te take th office of Public Administrator, are appearing rapidly. The most prominently mentioned - are Mrs. barsn tsoriana, nromlnent club and social worker; Dr. 3. L. Pease and Herbert B. Perklna Mo appointment can oe made until Director HU1 resigns, which will be tb latter part of December. Sun, Moon, Tide United State Coast ssd fleoderle Sorvy Table show time and heights af hlgk and low water St Fort Petat, 'eatraoee t Bas rreodae bay. Far elty treat Mlaa1ea-tre pier) add 36 minute. For Osklsad add S9 minute. Standard tun. ' - Tnead ay, November 1. Sun rose ... 6:63l8nn sett Moon rleee .......... Moon'a last qnsrter.. 9:15 pm. Nor, 26, at 2:18 fi. n. November 19 to November 25. . VM ate swiaMV e eiew tl it. wave. VtMC , vitas are. 4:20 I t 6:40 4.1 1:37 4 8 1:11 4.1 1:17 ,4:1 4 3 4 10:30 4 7 :1b7 tS . 1:61 1.0 ' 4:59 '1J 8:03 3.3 1:14 3.3 141 -II .11:14 1.6 U:9t 6.1 U: II 1)41 14 4.1 4: If 4.4 133-1.1 1:11 -1.1 -' 1:19 -4.T l:M-M ta 1.1 11:1 M 1:11 1.0 10:17 1.1 Notela the shoe tabalatloo ot th tie th dally tides are given In th order of Utalr accusrenc. eommeuclng with the early taara-Ing tide In the left-hand eelumn and tk nu. eoeallag tl-fe a tney oecur. Oa bean day but three tide ocaur, th fourth occurring th following morning. Light fae typ Indicate aa, tide. Mtavy-iaceo type uiaivsiaa p. m. Stock Receipts CHICAOO, Nov. - 19. Hogs Receipts, 73.000; market atetrdy. Top, (17.33) butcher heavy, 617 eMS)ll SO; packara, heavy, l.3oy 17.2."; medlitm and mlied, nl7.nOi light. l7ri7.e: ptg-..Jlerl4; rongha, gisirtl .3. Cattle Receipts, SO .000 1 market steady. Beef, good choice, 616.60j1.7h; medium and eommon, 81' 6j 15.60 hutcher bt Iters, H 60 11; cowa, 6t).40tfl3; eaunera snd cutters, 93.830 6.40) atoeker tnd feeder, good choice, iOjllt.J6r eommon snd medium, 7U10; calve, cholc. 17f 17.75. . Sheep Receipt. 117,000; market ateady. Urn ba. cholc. 618.76014: medium. 814.26a 1671 yeorllags, fll.SiaK.Mt faeeees, f 13 88 014.90 1 wm, eholM, 9.S8CI.Mt SMdlaa M go. 64S3-18. INSURANC FREb SCHULTZ ARRIVES HERE FROM BERLIN . - "Juab fot in from Berlin!" fa-marked Krd Schulta, aa he registered "Berlin" Ina Inrga flowing . hand, on th register sr the Hotel Oakland. ;"irs full of Americana, '-"HdW!" ' V 'V1" . .... -t-t "What?" demanded all handa be-hind the clerk'a desk. -" Than they looked. v The register read, "Mr. eni Mrs,-Fred Schulta. Berlin, Callfornk," " : He'a a merchant there. Berlin, ' California, la the only Berlin in ' America, that hasn't changed Ita Bame. Schulta aaya there Is A movement on foot, however, tb do lt In Aha meantime, when he elgrw olv a hotel register, ha Always prints 'California"' is large letter fter " the name of his home city. r; SOLDIER LETTER William B. Freeman, Company U, S(2rl Infantrv. on October 5 tie lieved the war was About over ana he was ready to come home. He writ p : . Our aivialon went 'over the top larat week and were still arolnff when I left them on the seventn day oi the. drive,- We sure (rave the Germans a merry time and had them on the run from the first' minute. Quite a few of the boys were hurt. but the Huns were the big?, losers. At present the old kaiser and his cohorts are on the run all along the linn. - . - "All .the bora are In (treat hopes of belnr home again .before long. The weather has been on the bum, cold and rainy. I aure would wel come some good old California sun-Shine. "The Huns keen themselves busy crying 'Kamerad.' The machine gunners will work their gunsj until the last shot Is gone and then run out crylnfKamerad.' That is about the tost cry, I am here to tell you. Among; the prisoners are some very young fellow. Most of them look though tney were tired or ine war. soma of the dovs ciaimeu they found women fghtlnr. I don't know how true it is. tnougn. i nope the next letter I write will find Ufl on our way home again." L George W. Flic., a pioneer resident this riiv. died yesterday afternoon his home, 126 Eaat Sixteenth street, at iha age of 70 years. The tuneraj wui take piece irora nisjniai rnaiu-m.-i sumo-row afternoon at (o'clock. Flick waa a native of Pennsylvania snd came ro California in 1875, settling In this city. By occupation he waa a contractor and builder. He built the Home Club in Eaat Oakland end was identified with the .building of the local T. M. C. A. and other prominent airoa- t-urea. in addition to doing a great deal of construction work in the realdentlal portloVis of, the city, ' ' Eight years ago Flick retired from buslnesa and had lived continuously at that horneT where lie died: ' - - Surviving; are a widow. Mra: Cath erlne FUck; two daughteradMra Harry N. Morse and Mr. Charles & Dixon, and two sons, Edmund A. and'George A. Flick, ..,. , Heavy Shock Is Felt in South - SANTA MONICA, Nov. -What was believed to have been a sudden earthquake ahock ft 11:15 o'clock this afternoon broke' windows, shook down quantities of plaater and did heavy damage In Santa Monica, Venice, Sawtelle and vicinity, but waa practically not felt In Los -Angeles. .. -: ' It waa - the second mysterious shake of the kind fell here within a year - First belief was that a heavr oft explosion had occurred, but widespread Inquiry Tailed to reveal any eapioaion-of -ell,- towder-or-'wthor inflammables. . 1 . - Alcatra? Military ;:, Fugitives Captured MODESTO,' Nov. L'Retrante Batch of Portland and Carfl J. ZIfker of Los Angeles, military priaonera who escaped from Alcatras late Sunday afternoon, were captured In Modesto this afternoon,- The men were caught at the Tuolumne bridge while they were making their way south. Both were dressed in the uniforms ot lieutenants, which they stole from the lockers on the Island. ' ' The authorities at Atcatrat have been notified. - . Deep Advance Made in Russia by Allies SAN FRANClSCO;,Nov. It. Win-ter headquarters are to be established by the allies at Omsk, capital of e tha new provisional government -of Russia end Siberia, aa a result of the deep advance made In that country by the ally forces, ae-oordtng to Lieutenant 1 E. Johnston, TJ. 8. A who .arrived her yester-dav from Vladivostok. ' Cruelties practiced oy toe uoisne-vikt and German prisoners aiding them are described by Lieutenant Johnston. - He states that the eyes of Japanese prisoners were gouged out by the Bolshevlkl. Berkeley Woman ls Seeking Her Brother mnrtKELBT. Nov.' 19, Aid In find- Ing her brother, William Vincent, w.io bas not been heard from in three years. In sought by . Mra Ueorg-e Brown, a sinter, residing at 2115 Haate atreet, following the deiith of another brother. Private James Vincent, ar tamp jewia, Nlovomhnr 8. - Vincent, when last heard from, waa employed on the farm of William D. Barton near Sacramento three yare ago. Hla family believe that he may have enlisted and gone to France. A third brother, Airrad, is ejso in in service of his country, being stationed at Vancouver, Washington. Six Months and $500, Fine for His Talk ' Charles Wolf, atreet car conductor, arrested several weeks ago for making seditious remarks, waa today sentenced to six month in the city Jail and fined 1C0B by Judge Frank .Mitchell In polio court No. 1. '-. ',' ."' Wolf was convicted undr the Jackson antl-aedltion ordinance.- He openly defended the aotlona of the ' German government and espraseed contempt let all things American. OAKLAND BUI E S AVIATOR DIES AT SCOTT FIELD Mr-, and Mr. Robert -C. ... Vose of 142B East- Twenty-third street are mourning the loss of their son, Robert E, Vose. who died today at Scott Field, Belleville, ill., f lnfluensa, after aa illnea of ten day. -. ' Toung Vos faced, a promising career in the Held of aviation and was Just about to be commissioned a lieutenant In the Air Corps of the United States Army when he waa atrlcken. He entered the service of his country taat January at Detroit Mich., naaatna a per fect examination as an aero cadet, xie finished hi "ground" school studies two wesk ahead of the other mrabt"9 ef the aquadron, and for two weeks Prior te his ratal lllnee had been a "aoio" flyer. HI officer apeak ef him As an enthusiastic itudent whose patrloUe Ideals were an inspiration to his comrades. Deceased was !S year of at And A native of Alameda county. He was born at San Lorengo and removed with Bis parents to thla eltly when three yeare old. He wa a graduate of the Fremont High chool. and was also at one time connected wlthTha TRIBUNE. Later he removed to kalamasoo, Mich., and entered the employ of the Dunkley Machinery company. Last November he married Mis Tootle Ackerman. oaugn- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ackerman of this city, Mrs. Vos Is At Scott Field, but wa unable to minister to her hue-band owing to her serious Illness With the same msiady. Her mother and lster ar how en route te her bedside. The parents ot young Vose have been residents ot Alameda county aince 1116, and ot this city for the peat twenty years. The e:der Vose wss for A num ber of years -a member -ef the Oakland City Council and la prominent Jh political clrclaa He la a member ef the Order of tha Clnclnnattl and other colonial erganlsatlona. Deoeaaed waa a member ef the Mason and Elk' lodges of Kalamasoo. Hla body will be brought to Oakland for burial. - ? DRASTIC SALOON RULE IS PLANNED Thar are troublous times ahead for the saloonkeeper who goes contrary te ponce regulation, it the city council decides to make a permanent poller of the attitude taken In the ease ef J. H Mello. and revoke a lit en a for first offense. Heretofore it has- been the custom to punish' flrat offenses by A thirty-day suspension of the license, out there apeara to be a majority In th council in favor ef the revocation pol icy. - a ' --' - Mayor Davla hag caused It to be known that he is not in fever or sucn drastic action, and Commissioner Soder. ben hss not expressed any opinion, but commissioner Edwsrds, jacKaon ana More apparently are aatlafled that re vocation la Justified.' commissioner Edwards, whan th Mello case came up, laaaured Commissioner Jackson, who an. nounced that auoh Would be bis policy In the future, thst Jackson could count on Edwards' vote In support or tne re vocation policy inaugurated by Commis sioner Morse.- Commissioner Jackson explained his attitude on the policy by eaytngt "Heretofore saloon men appearing here for, the flrat time have had their licenses suspended for thirty dsys, do not see the policy ef making fla of one and flesh of another - If the policy of Commissioner .Morse le to be re vocation for flrat offense that's what it win be. but I propose that thi policy be applied to all -who are brought be. fore this body for violations of the rulea", ' ' , ' ' BIRT THORstsy Not. to, Ills, t6 the wife of Peter Hioreby, a son. ' SCHMIDT Nov. 7, 1818, to tha Wife Of Mda J. Bchmrat, a son. , KENDALL Nov. 9, Ills,' te the wife of Clifford C Kendall, a son. McMINN Nov. 14, 11. to the Wife of , Howard B. McMino, a daughter. -HAN84N Nov. 14. 1.18. te the wife of Joel E. Hansen, a daughter. fPEt"Y-Nov. is, mi. te the wife ef Adolphene Prry, a son. CUE MENS Nov. 11, 1811, te the wife of Joseph T. Cremsns, a son. , SKRKERV Nov. 14, 1811. to the Wife af JnMjih I. Krkry,.a. aon.... , WtLEf Nov. 14, 1911, to the wife ot Clarence Wiley, a daughter. HICKS Nov. 14. 1918, to the Wife Of Frederick j. Hlrks, a eon.- 't COR B ITT Nov, 14. tils, to the wife - of Frank H. Corbstt, a son. CARL No. 4, 1818, to th wife of Olynn C. Carl, a dsugnter. HARR1ACE UCCK7E7 BRANtXaN-WILttWoeeph Brandon, 21, and Palmyra C Wills, 16, both of Hayward. - ,..-. BRITTON-eERKINC Jamee TL Brit-ton, 10, and Ulllaa Perkins, II, both bf San Franciace. , . ANDERSON. MAOAN George O. As- , deraon, 25, and Florence G. Magann, II, both of Oakland. - ILVA-P-RANKA Loula Bt SUva. II, end Sarah Franks, 18, both of Oakland. , NEW LANDS-THOMPSON Wang H. Newlanda, 23.. San Franclrco. and Janet Thompson, 22, Oakland. REQAN-KErU.INQER William B. Regan, 31, and Kdha Kepllnger, 29 both of Oakland. . .-' ' lA"DUE.IRlSH-Roeroe Pardoe. It, uixon, lenn., ana Margaret man. 26. . Oakland. SARCADY-KAsZNER Stephen F. Bar-eady, 40, Snd Helena Kassner, 41, both ef Oakland. - 0OK8EOINB la rraltvaes. November 18. 1918, Bdwrd, drly behrved hnshaad C the late Catherln ConeMtlnn, lovlog father . ( Margaret Coneedlne, a aatlv ad Ireland. Member Indepaadnt Batchers' B. P, A A. Association. friends ere respectfully Invited1 tt attead th funersl (ervlce Tbnnday, Nvmbe 31, 1918, tl 9 e'eloek t. m., from the parlor t E. J since ITimey, 2e.V1 Telegraph avenue it ailh ueet, thane to Bt Mary eJhnnh. corner of Jefferson and StB atreet. where ' requiem high mas will bs Celebes red for In repot of kle soul, roes rasa tog U 1 49 o'clock t. m. Interment private. CBOTTT In thla elty. - November 18, 191. Daniel, dearly beloved h nab ad of th late : Mary Crotty, loving father (at Roots gd Mnrmn fruity. " OOLESTOlf In Tin Hill, near Mirtttn. t'al., Mrs. Catherln Egglontoa, ktleved wit ef William Egglearnn snd mother eg Mrs, A. L. Overfleld. Lilly May aad Bmui J. ' rV-.-ilsttod. aatlv of England, aaV TO ye'ara, 1 month ana it eaye. -. . rsneral aervlcea will h held at 1 f. tk.. Thursday. November 21. at Bg lat rl- dnc Vina Hill, anene by suto to Oakland Crematory, corner t Bow aae Maths ttreeta Oakltad, cal, ' , - 1XICK In thlt elty, Nr.mbr U. 1918, Oeorg W, Flick, beloved haehatd of Cath erlne It. Flick, father of erg A. aad Edmund A. Flick, Mra. Harry N. Meet and Mra. Charles s. Dlioa, a aatlv ef Petaeyl vsnli, Iged 70 yesr. h'uaeral aervtee Wednesday. Novewbet 20, IHI9. at hla lat hum. S2S Beat lth , atreet, Oahland, at B clock p. St. lXICE in this elty. November IE 1913. 6orge"W, Flick, bekned hnshaad f Cath erlne H. I'll' k, father of Uorg A. snd Edmund A. Flick, Mr. Harry N. More and , Mrs. th arise B. Ditoa, natlv f Pesaajl . vanla. are 70 ir. ' traits aer fj i pssi a it-wnj mm t at gas i net i j gaiti a agaajigggg 99, 1918, st his eat heme, 924 Base ISta, st rUJ0&5a this elty, Vmmmm Is, t-is: AUCTION SALES aeawtaeeweaeaeaeteeteaaewewseetewewan( h A MUNRO & CO. - ADCTIONEERS -'-i:' ""-.' WOT Clay at, cor, iota st; pbone Oak- wstt. 7i) win pay highest price paiei -foe s merchandise furniture, etew win eu ea cocnmuuion. Bsiee every. Friday. 1916, Mett C, beloved wife of P. O. fred-eieksoo, mother of Nlel A, Dorothy A., Allee O. snd Cheater 0. Frederlckaoa snd -Mrs. Estierme M. Smith, a aatlv C DtU'' mark, gd 7 yr. - Frlenna ar reapectfiiify InvHed to atn4 . th fOOltral MMlH, WTiiH.. SiAaamllM o 90. 1913, at 10 o'clock . a., front the pr- tore x urni u. aimer, -jr.n-i Kat mus . treat, earner of 34th .venna. Oakiaad. OBJJTIR Ba thla elty, November 19, 1919. ata sane, noiovea oaughte of Tnorass and ; BUa 1. Oritrin, devoted sister ( I, R. -Orlffla, le Jrraxtco; i, J. Urlffln, le Si- ' Serial Mary B., Catkerln H. snd the Ute WUIIam ttrlffln, having ousln t Bmter Mary. Segnlnns ad the Bister ot tbe Holy Name, loving nlec ef Mr. J, Harrlgan. Wllllsut flriffis, Mr. Margaret Leahy, Mrs. 14. U-nan, Mrs. Onlde. John J. Daltoa and D. J. . aya, aUa of QUlaad, CaL, aged 1 year. - Friends are reaped fo'ty tsvlttdT to ttn4 th funeral Thursday, November 21. 1918, it 8:80 . at,, fras her lat residence, I 2114 Chevtaat atrt, (brae U 8b Petard d . Bale ehurch, where a n,a1m mas will b celebrated foe th repot ot her (onl, eotn-mselng at B -e'le a, r - Interment, Ht. . U. ..HI.,.. 1 ... B0LLIS In thin elty. November IV MIS, Alphn Bolll, behtved wife ef the lat Wsl- , tr Bolll ad mother ef Bhnersoa Bollls -and daughter of Henry T. sad Aggie Carton, snd sister of Sergeant Raymond Oar! en tnd granddaughter of Mra. Mary Antra era, , satlv eg Oakland. Cal., itged 29 yetra, B : montha and 17 daya. Fanertl notlc later. Mr, rtsllls 1 at tha 'Hoetellk Place- f th Truman TJndertak-big Co., Telegrtph vnu tt 80th street, O.klsMd atANNIHQ In Alameda, November IS, 191. Mary Alice wanning, loving moinev or arena Bleeper, Mr. Ijtura Cook. Mr. Helen Dunbar, Carl Manning, Mra. Florence Ellorby, Mra. May Johnaton and Oeorg Manning, and alstee tt Mr. Fannie Hougard an Albert Davis, tatlv of Utah, aged tt year, 9 month aid f daya " " Frteads and acajutlntanee ar r9etfnny ' invited te attend the funeral eervlr, Wednaadty. November 20. 1!8. t 3:30 p. m., from th funeral chapel ef Seorg H. IT... t)A tV.h.. a,pte . AI.M,.. IBs66tT In Bib Francisco, Cel., November 18, 118, Fradartck Scott Presoott or ties-land, husband ot Lllll E. Preecott, father ', of Harry 8. Preecott grandfather ef Leo. ; Margaret tnd Harry Preaeott. a attlv of ; New Hampshire, aged 71 year. . , , Notice taf tuost hereafter, r , met la this elty, November IS. WIS, Fratt B., beloved husband or alary rric (nd loving father of Evelya emf George O. Price, brother of William N. Price, nn-tlve ef Crescent Ctty. CaL Lt a member ef Oakland Lodge, K. 8x4, Lojal Order ef Mooa. Friend ar retpectMly invited' to attend tb fnneral eervlces Wednesday fteronon, Vovembae go. 101S, at 1:30 o'clock, from tb chapel of Albert Brows Co.. Ida 13th street. -Oakland. Interment private. 10S1X80N In this elty, November 19, 1918. Thorn aa S. Robinaoa, neiovea . nueosnn or Barak Roblaean, brother ef Alfred end Rob-art. Robinaoa and Mr. A. J. Faruhar, a .native ef Ireland, aged 89 year. A member Of Seouolt Lodge. No. 349. P. Si A. M and , a 80th degree hcottltk Rite Maaoo. Fanertl aervlce. Wsdneaday, Novernbet fO, 1918. ,at 1 o'clock p. ., at the parlnra of Jams Taylor Co., lBtk and Jefferson streets. Inter meat private- Pleat emit UxtFBON In Camp Mills, New Tort. October go. Private Charles wimpeen, w. n. ne-loved so ef Mra. Andrew Snreima of 10TC Irving avwnna brother ef Mrs. Robert Rnn-r, a natlv af Oakland. Cal., aged 29 years snd 10 montha. Member ot Allien rarlor. No, 129, L O. O. ., ef Hywrd', CaL N. 129, I. O. O. r., of Hayward, CaL - Frleada ar reaped fully InvRetf te attend th fnneral Mrrlcaa Thursday, Novmbe 21, 1918, at S o'eloest p. m., from the parlors f Ortnt D. MUler, 3371 Eaat 14th street Mvst. nf 94th a venae. Oakland. ITJTKIELAWD I thw etty, Norercber IS, . 191S, Alic. wir or avnarew Bsin-nsn, mother ef Donald Bttherland. daughter ef " Mr. snd Mrs. Henry Norrl and slater ot , Ada Norrit, a natlv f Callfornln, aged 21 'fr?end( Snd acnauittBe ar respertftlly Itvited to ttod th fnneral services, Wednesday, November 90, 118, at 1 o'clock p. at., from th chapel of Grant D. Miller, , 2373 Eaat 14th street, Istetmett, Evw-. green cemetery. cars or TBAintA, , vv. Tb ear many friend w wish te extend er line- snd heartfelt thank for the many beautiful floral offerings snd the deep respect shown to our daughter La ear lata bersavs- Mk'.'aND MRS. CHAS. JONES AND PAMILT, 'CARD OF THAjrES. -We desire to eitend aur sincere thank te ear gttny friend tnd relative for their hind- , im nd aympathy ah own a I ear d be-renvmaent, La the loss ef ear daughter, Mbnl Alva. a C. AND SARAH r. rawtrasNso, . ' ' CARD Or TffAETtS. ' '' W wish to thank en many (rlend and se-. Sttlattncct for their aealttnca and aympathy urlng the Illness tad death ot my beloved husband sad Brother snd son-rn-law. . ,,. .MRS. JOSEPH OALLL MR. JOHN rUSCH. SAB rBAVOTBCO DEATHS. Allien, Ellen 46 Leeaeer. Theodora PS Bnrmsa tCroaamaa)-. Mlhovllovlch, Tletarta , 84- gg . f . Bailey, Rota ; Mnrphy, Msry t. Brook bank. Mnad V. MacDaoald, Annie May (S 31 fartaea, Msry O'Coaaell. Rev. Martin. Carroll. Ellen ST - H. (auss.) Bgger, John Bamuel , O'Nell , ' Fairfield. Olive E. O'Rorka Joke ST ' Fahrbach, Helene 70- Plaw. Alfred Dtxoa Oenwell, Blkel 99 SB .,,r:. Onatavson, Martla SI Priest, fn, BT. 41 ' Oiblln, Catherln 7 Scarlett. Frank 2S Gorman. Patrick 71 Sonet. Matt SB Uekonata, Frederlk 87Rlllcanl, Joseph t. ' Jnhnaoa Joha August Sleekier, tney B. IS Raaus, Lnl IB . Tiffany, Daniel J 14 . Kerr. France H. .. ' Tlbba, Ffarry C. SB Knowlea Joha SB , Terry. Florence. May ' E raker, Harry 43 Tolemns, Thome Lemeod, Cecydon 8. Von Btidea, Oewrge 6T 98 WUHaan, Ceat. Frask , Klein. Loa In 76 " 7S Lnngklln, Bsv. Jobs Wren, Mand Rooe 96 II 4 . Wait Joha J. (3 To Sara Yon Hslf Oodeas Pane ml Service It ligd t maintain a mplt fnctary fat th maaaastnr ef aketa, np- aliee, ate,, na ths s Imteyena- vai ar ut annarai iTeatt , . Telephone Oakland 4M5 whew death mike tb aadertiker aecsaaary. No eitx charge for renin " am. 0klad ar Bubnrbaa Servlc. 27lOVtKTlR rnOMEv1AK045 . FUNERAL, COMPLETE. 175. ' ! Cloth-covered silver -noun ted casket. embalming, shroud, auto hearse, 1 auto. personal' service ot air. ana mra tor-man. J. Gorman 4V Son. 1.2,3 -Dana. phone Herkelev 161. - TiFOAL NOTICKS. injTj-i-xrLnrswi in''' 1 -- notice op non-responsibility. . I, th undersigned, hav oJd th Teeery bulnesa locattd at comer Thirty-ninth and Telegraph, Oakland, California, aad will be in no way re. sponsible for any debt or obligation contracted rhereon by future owner. All eutstandlng bills must b prnted en or before the lOtb day ef Novetmber, 1311, at 115 Sixth .street Oakland. (Signed) C. D. HTDrJ. i NOTICE TO the public. . This la to notify the public thaf T aha)) rest be responsible for any bills or debtn contracted for by my wife, Mra. Anna M. Johnston on and afiar this 1U day of November, 1911. , HKKHBRT JOHNSTON, iedenkmnd Cal,. oV 16. 191. "Tidy wife, Tlitle Dnrrltuon, having left my bed and board, 1 will not berepons-Ible for any kllla contraoted by hr on and affsr tils lltb, day of ovmbr, M A (Signed) FRANX . t 1 -1 ,H' I rr rti-a g-y j ; V f 1 it

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