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CRESCENDO IS A
REAL WARM ONE.
He Ran Away From His Field
and Made Them look Like
A CRACKERJACK YOUNGSTER.
Major McLaughlin Won the
Mile and a Sixteenth
"Ain't he a dandy!" This and other
similar expressions were all that were
beard after the two-year-old race at the
trark yesterday, won by Naglee Burkes
tine-looking chestnut son of Flambeau and
imp. Janet N. And he was a dandy, a
real erackerjaek, the best two-year-old
that has been cut loose in many a day, and
if he is not heard from the other side of
the mountains this summer it is because
he has passed to the equine land of rest.
He had been showing phenomenally fast
workouts down at the Garden City track
and two or three carloads of San Joseans
came up to get a little San Francisco
There were thirteen starters in the race,
a half-mile spin, and when an unsuspect
ing bookie came to Crescendo and chalked
20 to 1 against him he must have thought
he had offended some one and was going
to be mobbed by the rash that was made
for his stand. But this let the cat out of
the bag, and the pencilers grew wary and
rubbed the colt's price out all over the
ring. Finally 3to 1 was laid, which was
pounded down to Btos at post time. Tor
sion, Leon L. Ruthledge and Ferris Hart
man were also heavily supported in the
With but short delay the flag fell to a
very good start, all " being fairly well
bunched. Getting away third on the out
side. Crescendo immediately went to the
front, and ruling off the first quarter in
L.hi , seconds, simply spread-eagled his
field, winning eased up by six lengths in
the fastest time ever made by a two-year
old in a rare in California, 48^ seconds.
The Kentucky stable's Longfield filly,
Elsie Ferguson, her first start, a 15 to 1
chance in the betting, ran a remarkably
good race, beating Leon L out half a
length for second place.
The favorites fared well, Road Runner
being the only one to disappoint his
backers, finishing third.
The Julia Martin filly and Tom Clark
were both well supported to win the maiden
race at five furlongs, each going to the post
11 to 5. <in reports of fast workouts,
Myron and Yreka were played somewhat.
After Myrqn had led past the half. Tobey
took the lead, heading the field into the
stretch, where he was in turn passed by
Tom .<!ark. who won handily by two
lengths. Tobey finished second by nearly
the same distance in front of Soledad.
They were a poor lot that went to the
post in the second race, a six-furlong
run. Had any other boy been upon
Arnette but Kinnie, he would have
been at short odds, but "Corncob's"
riding of late has been so uncertain
- to 1 was laid against Donathan's
filly. She got away from the post last and
won easily by two lengths from Mutineer.
The favorite Road Runner finished third.
The mile-and-a-sixteenth handicap went
to the Kentucky stable's Major McLaugh
lin, the favorite in the bettintr. Opening
at 2 to 1,8 to ;} was obtainable at post time,
there being considerable play on Eckert,
Claudius and Gussie. Imp. Doncaster was
backed down a point at the close of the
After a short delay at the post the flag
sent them off to a good start. Passing the
stand Major McLaughlin. Eckert and Gus
sie were in the front file. At the turn by
the clubhouse Hinrichs took Gussie out in
front, and galloping so easily she looked
all over the winner at one time. Entering
the stretch first by a length and a hall,
with Polaski and" the Major hot after her,
she maintained her lead until about a six
teenth from home, where Isora, by dint of
hard riding, got the favorite in front and
passed the stand a length ahead of the
daughter of Hyder Ali. Polaski was third,
two lengths further away.
The two track-warmers, Tim Murphy
and Brodhead, scratched out of the last
race, a five-furlong sprint, leaving Claquer
to go to the post a «i to 5 favorite. Mollie
R with but 83 pounds up caught the eye of
the handicappers and she was a heavily
played second choice, with Mainstay next
Morven. who is gettincr to be a perfect
gentleman lately, surprised the crowd by
leading until a hundred yards from the
wire, where I«om came along with the fa
vorite, and riding him out hard won by a
length. Mollie R aiso came strong, but
was nosed out at the wire by Morven.
San Francisco, March 6, 1895.
£Xf» FIRST RACE— furlongs: selling;
*J*J\J. three-ypar-olds and upward; purse $300.
lad. Hr.rs«. weight, jockey. St. it, Str. Fin.
546 Tom Clarke, 100 (Griffin)... 3 'Si 'li is'
BSO Tobey, 92 (E. Cocbraae)....4 21 is •_»/
498 Soledad. 108 (C. Weber) 5 52 «i ', Hi
Vreka, 96 (Hlnrlchs) 6 9 5M> 4.7
546 Julia Martin filly, 90 (R.
Isom) 2 4/ 67 sft
646 Monroe, 101 (Roskc) 7 8/, 7/ ft?
Rosalie, 99 (R.Narvaez) 9 T/i « 7/
846 Myron, 101 (Tubervffle) 1 1/t 4/ 8
646 My Sweetheart, 90 i Burns). .B 6/t
«oofl star;. Won handily. Time, 1:02. Winner
br. «., by .lulictillii/.fl Kirk.
Betting: Tom Clark 11 to 5, Toby 40 to 1, Sole
dad 8 to 1, Yreka 7 to 2, Rosalie 100 to 1, Julia
Martin filly 11 to 5, Myron 12 to 1, Monroe 500 to
1, My Sweetheart 15 to 1.
557. BECOXD RACE Six furlongs: selling
*MJ i . parse 9300. Bf
Ind. Horse, weight, jockey. St. V 2 str. Fin.
Mb Arm-tie. 84 , Kiim.-i 9 7/i 1h 15
649 Mutineer, 93 (A. rsom) 3 i'» 1/ 2»
649 Road Runner, 100 (R. 150m).5 'Ah 'Ah a?
635 Esperancc, 93 (Burns) '..7 8/ 5/i «
MJB Bone Doctor, 96 (Ilinrichs).. 4 5i/ 2 7* 5*
Steadfast, 99 (Russell) 1 4; 6':> 61
635 Valparaiso, 93 (K. Cochrane)2 21 4/ 8*
435 K<l Stanley, *<» R. Narvaez).B 6A 9 9
Good start. Won easily. Time, 1:1431. win
ner, <•)!. f., by imp. Midlotlilan-Filena
Betting: Arnette 8 to 1, Mutineer 7to 1, Road
Runner 8 to 5, Valparaiso 8 to 1, Steadfast 9 to 2
I-.d Stanley 100 to 1. Esperance 4 to 1, Bone Doc
tor 15 to 1, Nipper 300 to 1.
5nR , IUR " RACK-Half a mile; two-year-
U«A). olds; purse 94001
Jnd. Horse, wricljt. jockey. St. a/. Fin
Crescendo, 112 (C.Weber).. 3 Is ]*•
Elsie Fergoson, 112 (Chorn) 9 8/ •>„
616 Leon M, 112 (X. Hill) '... . 1 2/. S?
.>!'-' Marionette, 109 (Tuberville) .. 4 41 45
516 Torsion, 112 (Hewn) 5 5* It
616 Rmhledge, 109 (Grilnn) 8 12/ i;/,
Ferris li:ir::nari. 109 <K. Carr)... 7 7^ it
Lizzie P filly, 109 (Peters)- 18 llv ha
Pansy, 109 (Hinrlchs) 9 9/ <w
616 Kdgemount, 112 (Hennessy) .... 6 65 10?
616 Eventide, 109 (Kinm-)..... ......10 Hi 11/
Jongleuse liny, 10!) (Hussell) 12 10/ 12*
City Girl, 114 (Danehy) 11 13 13
Good start. Won pulling up. Time, :4SiA.
\\ Inner, ill. c, by Flam beau-Imp. Janet N
Bettins: Crescendo Bto 5, Elsie Ferguson 15 to
1, Leon L 4 to 1, Marionette 200 to 1, Torsion 4 to
1, Ruthled e 4to 1, Ferris Ilannian Bto 1, Jong
leuse lilly 100 to 1. Eventide 150 to 1, City Girl "00
to 1, Edgemount 60 to 1, Pansy 60 to 1, Lizzie P
55 ) F l «pi KACE-One and a sixteenth
*JUO. miles; handicap: parse ssoo.
Jnd. Horse, weight, jockey. St. V* str. Fin
507 Major McLanghlin, 95 (R. .
Isomi 2 21 A IK IX6,
633 Gussie, 97 (Hinrlchs). 5 1/ i; •>»"
507 Polaski, 100 (Griffin)....... 8 6/1 XI 3/
•544 Kckert, 86 (E. Oochranc)... 16 5/1 >4A
644 Claudius, 102 (Bergen).... 1 . 4 3/, 4/ 65
Imp. Doncaster, 107 (A.
covington) ...6 41-6 6
' Good start. Won driving. Time. 1:48 Win
ner, b. c, by Free Knight-Rose Bonnie. -
Betting: Major McLau«hlin 8 to 6, Gussie 9 to 1
Polaski 7 to 2, Claudius 7 to 2, Eckert 15 10 1, Imp'
Doncaster 7 to 1.
'"*nO FIFTIr RACE-Five furlongs: selling;
*J\J\J . thret-year-olds and upward ; purse $300.
Ind. Horse, weight, jockey. St. i/ .S;r. Fin
534 (.'lacquer, 104 (It. 150m).......l :i? '11 iv,
414 Morven, 100 (Griffin).... 4 IVo 1/ 2m
621 Mollie R, 85 (E. Cochrane)....2 4.7 :-!> .. 88
636 Mainstay. 106 (Tubcrvilte).... 3 VA 41 '4 7 .
(628)ThreeForks,97(Iilnrichs)....6 5 "5 5
• Good start. Won : driving. Time, 1:00*4. Win
ner, eh. li., by Three Cheers-Belle Of the Lake. -
Betting: Clacquer 11 to 10, Morven 12 to 1,
Mollle R 11 to 5, Mainstay 4 to 1, Three Forks
30 to 1.
Around the Ring.
Charlie Weber piloted the flying Cres
Crescendo is a half brother to Wandering
Nun and Bellicoso.
W. 08. Macdonough had a good bet
down on his gelding Ruthledge, formerly
Burns, who had the mount on My Sweet
heart in the first race, was jostled and
thrown from the filly nearing the turn into
the stretch. He was not injured.
Tobey evidently runs better at long odds.
His race yesterday was a surprising im
provement over his run the day he started
W. E. Applegate, the wealthy turfman,
accompanied by Charley Dillon", leaves for
Lexington, Ky.', this evening.
I'aloma, dam of Armitage, the maTe for
which Burns and Waterhouse paid $7500,
recently dropped a filly foal by Surinam.
Dave Gideon was down on Tom Clark to
win the tirst race.
Xairlee Burke bet $1400 on Crescendo.
Barney Schreiber bet a few hundreds on
his imp. Woodlands gelding, named after
the popular comedian of the Tivoli, Ferris
Charley Asher went down the line on
Major McLaughlin as though it was all
Frank Van Ness cut two good things
loose in Myron and Mainstay. Neither ran
Riley Grrannan started in the day
wrong by playing the Julia Martin filly in
the lirst race, and followed it up by play
ing Esperance, who finished unplaced in
the second race. He had varying fortune
in the next two races, finally" winding up
playing Clacquer, who won the last race.
Will Wallace played Folaski in the
handicap, and thinks he was on the best
Sam Summerfield and his part na/, Miner,
dirl not book on the colt race, but thought
Ruthledge such a good thing that they
played the Macdonough gelding up and
down the line.
George E. Smith ( Pittsburg Phil) dumped
liis money in on Loon L, who finished
third. Morven beating Mollie R, nosed
him or.t i f a place bet in the last race.
Johnny Colt-man of the Stuyresant Club
evidently did not fancy" Clacquer' s
chances, by the length of his line after the
A half-mile race for ponies is one of the
features r>f to-day'B raring card.
Following arc the entries for to-day:
First race, five-eighths of a mile, non-win
ners—Little Tough 96, Chenuck 80, Midas lUI,
Claire 92, Mt. Carlos 114, Montarvo 107, Sera
phln (formerly St. Cecilia filly) 100. St. Jacob
102, Soledad 108, J o C :><>. Steadfast 85,
Laurel 98, Eli Kendig 10S, Ricardo 96, Idalia
gelding 73, El Tirano 84.
Second race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile, sell
ing—St. Elmo 80, Howard 104, Robin Hood I
!•!>, Misty Morn 103, Mahogany SO. imp. Vigor
109, Imp. Elise lot;, Tigress 94, Conde 105,
May McCarthy 100, Red Pat BG, Hiram Argo
90, John Payne 101, Garcia i>o, Boss 86, Mt.
Carlos 108, Captain Coster 104, Biirmah 101,
Ses Spray 101, Venus 96. May Day 101, Vulcan
Third race, five-eighths of a mile, selling-
Tartarian 10«, George V. Smith 100, Tim Mur
phy 90, Clacquer !»0.
Fourth race, purse #200, half a mile, ponies-
Gold Coin (Mr. H. Hunn) 140, Conejo (Mr. Di
mond or Lieutenant Smedberg) 158, Aladdin
(Lieutenant Benson) 146, Jessie Sturgill (Mr.
Bimpklns) 148, Ysabelle (Mr. C. Hope) 148.
Finesse (Mr. Tobin) US.
Fifth race, seven-eighths of a mile, selling—
Bernardo 1<>»;. I-unnie B 08, Commission 105,
Trix 101, Normandie 10: i. Snow Blossom 84
Harealdine S<>, Rico 106, Olivia C M, Captain
Kees 104, Moliie R 88, Don Fulano 107, Seaside
99, Miss Buckley 00.
Sixth race, one mile— Braw Scot 101, White
stone 100, Nebuchadnezzar B<J, Thelma 90
McLight 100, Grand I.ady 90, Warrago 90
STANFORD AND OLYMPIC.
Amateur Ball Players Who Will Spike
the Diamond at Palo Alto.
The Olympic Club baseball team will
meet the Stanford University nine; next
Saturday afternoon at Palo Alto. This
will be the first game of the season between
these clubs and a large crowd from tnis
city will doubtless be present, as consid
erable interest is attached to the game.
Several members of the Olympic Club have
j signified their intention of witnessing the
match.' The following are the players who
will represent the university and Olympic
Stanford. Position. Olympic.
Mcl^ine Pitcher R. Weldon
\ l "™ f - :1 Catcher c. O'Kane
hite First base 11. | ondes
I} yer Second base J. Xealon
£'" cus Shortstop W. Grimnell
( • ''-•'>' Third base J. E. Cos^rove
Abe Lewis Right lield F. Maeee
Sheehan Center field C. Krelin«c
k* lllOim Left Held B. Coffin
Thompson Substitutes F Butz
Youu Substitutes L. Adams
The Stanford University interclass field
day, which was to have been held the
coming Saturday, has been postponed and
will occur one week later than had been
planned. The trackmen are hard at work,
but they are all old men, not more than five
new men being in training. Dole, '98, who
won the pole vault in the Olympic field
day games, is sick abed. He was counted
on to help Stanford through, but just now
it looks as though his training would be so
retarded that his chance of winning
certain events was out of the question.
BILLIARDS LOOKING UP.
The Tournament Uats Soon to Be
C. T. E. Parker arrived last night from
Chicago and brought with him the news
that Messrs. Schaffer and Ives would be
in San Francisco on the Kith inst., ready
for the billiard tournament.
As to local players, Mr. Parker declined
to state even possibilities, because arrange
ments had not been made, but there seems
no reason to doubt that the'elubs of the
city will prove their ability so iar as is
possible in any tournaments that may be
Arrested for Soiling Ducks.
A. G. Fletcher of the California Fish
Commission swore out warrants in Judge
Low's court yesterday for the arrest of P.
Allarme, li. Blanco, "John Doe" Latag
nous and "John Doe" Levy on the charge
of selling and having in "their possession
wild 'lucks during the close season. The
duck season expired on March 1.
RACING ON WINTER TRACKS.
Winners of the Events at .Vpip Orleans and
St. Louis, March Madison results: Nine
sixteenths of a mile, Manola won, April Fool
second, Courtney third. Time, :50. »
Eleven-sixteenths of a mile, Merge won, Bob
Flyback second, The Surgeon third. Time, 1:14.
Five furlongs, Backwoods won, Moderate sec
ond, Kathleen third. Time, :4S :; i.
Six furlongs, Peregal won, J)r. Wilcox second
Lemon Blossom third. Time, l::r>'...
Five furlongs, Jordon won, Irish Mike second
Ivanhoe third. Time, 1:26. '
New Orleans, March Track fair. Five
and a half furlongs, Trixie won, Stark second,
Lv Pruitt third. Time, 1:12.
Four furlongs, Gus X won, Inspector Hunt
second, Sister Rosalind third. Time, 524
Six furlongs, Folly won, Rally second/Annie
X thir.i. lime, 1 :18^,'.
One mile, Uapidan won. Lord Willowbrook
second, Bonnie B third. Time, 1:47J£." oolt
MolochThirT'TYme!^:^ 11 Wrriit ' ° nd '
Nellie Alleges Fraud.
J. B. de Las Cassas, on behalf of Nellie M. J
Kelly, has petitioned the Probate Court tore
move Dora Kelly as administratrix of the estate
ol Delia Kelly, her deceased mother. It i*
charged that Dora Kelly is trying to appropri
ate improperly which .she is sappoaedto care
for to her own use. When petitioner for letters
over the estate Dora Kelly advised the court
that it was worth about $20, and she has since
refused to have it appraised. The petitioner
claims the estate is worth at least $2100
The Kroebel Society.
At the last meeting of the California Froebel
Society Mrs. Dolirniann read an interesting
letter from Miss Creelman of .Seattle-, who is ac
complishing much good in the free kinder-
Kfirt.-n work there. The subject for the month
wus ".Nature-Study." Practical lessons sug
gestions and stories were presented by members
of the committee. Miss Day of Oakland ad
dressed the laeetiug on the study of Delsarte
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1895.
Hermann Oelrichs Wants to See
the East Pitted Against
HE WRITES FOR PARTICULARS
Los Angeles May Be Repre
sented by Its Champion
Superintendent Kennedy of the Olympic
Club is in daily expectation of receiving a
telegram from William B. Curtis of the
New York Athletic Club accepting or re
jecting a proposition that has recently been
made to that organization by the Olympics
with regard to sending East a team of
boxers to compete with the best men in J
the New York club. Hermann Oelrichs, I
a sportsman who is passionately fond of !
boxing and baseball, has written the fol- !
lowing letter to a friend in New York with j
a view to bringing about a championship
fisticuff meeting between the representa- ;
Thomas McAleer, a Loo Angreles
[From a jifiotograph.]
tive boxers of the great Eastern and West
ern athletic clubs:
E. C. Curtis Esq.. Firrt Teller of the Bank of the
City of Neva Turk. New York— DxabTas: I am a
member and very much interested In tl>e Olym
pic Athletic Club of San Francisco, the first
and foremost club of its kind in California,
and I think one of the liveliest in the world.
They are always doing something in the inter
est of the club, trnd I want to do what I can to
help them. Mr. Kennedy, the chili's manager,
has expressed to me his desire, it' it can possi
bly be arranged, to bring about a match be
tween a California team and an Knstern team,
be it from Boston or New York— not all-round
athletics, but merely sparring— and I therefore
write to you to know if you can further this ob
ject If necessary, see Belmont and that old
friend, William B. Curtis, your namesake; also
Harry Buerraeyor and others to whom I have
already written; but I would rather rely upon
you, if yon have the time, toseewhat can be done
to bring these teams together. TheCnlifornians
would send a team of six with their trainer
and Mr. Kennedy himself. The weights would
be as follows: 115 pounds bantam, 145 welter,
125 feather, 158 middle, 135 light and 175 to
180 heavy. lam not sure that these weights
coincide exactly with our Eastern weights;
my impression is that we are about ten pounds
heavier for bantam, feather and light. How
ever, see those who are up in such tilings now
adays and let me know promptly. We will at
tend to the forwarding or the team from this
end if you can find out about how much could
be charged for admittance in case it was
lound feasible to have an entertainment
of the kind. It seems to me it ought
to attract attention. The men from the
Olympic Club will be all first-class, and 1 know
the exhibition will be great. I have been to
their sparring matches here and there is
nothing to compare with it that I have ever
seen. Of course the boys, although amateurs,
are young clerks working on small salaries,
and it would be nei-essary for them to feel be
fore starting that their expenses would he de
frayed by what might be taken in at the gate.
If you want any further particulars wire me at
the Olympic Club and I will reply on nil
points. Please take up this at once, as Mr.
Kennedy is anxious to know just what he may
expect. With kindest regards believe me
yours sincerely. Hermann Oklrichs.
The members of the several clubs repre
senting the Pacific Association of the
Amateur Athlethic Union have become
deeply interested in the proposed contests
between the boxers of the past and West,
and numerous letters have been received
from athletes who are anxious to enter the
trial contest, which will determine what
men will constitute the team to be sent
East in case satisfactory arrangements are
made with the New York Athletic Club.
Of the many applicants for places in the
team the most promising from outside
clubs is said to be the Los Angeles Athletic
Club representative, Thomas McAleer,
who holds the welter-weight amateur
championship of Southern California.
McAleer is an all-round athlete, and as a
wheelman has won several races from com
petitors who are classed among the leading
riders of the Btate. George Green, who is
now in the city of the angels, writes that
he will engage with the Southern athlete
in a friendly bout, and if McAleer proves
as good as his friends say he is the chances
are that Stewart Carter of the Olympic
Club will have the orange-eater as one of
his opponents in try out for positions in
It is almost certain in case the New
York sportsmen decide not to defray the
expenses of the team sutticient money will
he raised among the prominent members
of the Olympic Club to cover the expenses
that may be incurred by the athletes
while away from honn;. Mr. Oelricli3 has
in fact intimated that in case it should
come to a question of home "digging" he
would raise $1000 very quickly in volun
tary subscriptions from gentlemen sports
men who are anxious to see what the West
is capable of accomplishing.
Since the Call first announced that the
Olympic Club was considering the matter
of sending a team of boxers East Superin
tendent Kennedy has received several let
ters from secretaries of Eastern clubs, in
viting the Olympic boys to friendly contests
in wrestling and boxing. The Loston Ath
letic Association may possibly get in ahead
of in a bid for the local tea*.
J he iSorth Side Athletic Club of Allegheny,
Pa., has invited the Olympics to contest in
the wrestling and boxing championship,
which will commence on the linh inn.,
lasting four days. In anticipation of a trip
East all of the leading boxers of the Olym
pic Club are training like beavers for "the
contests which are to decide who will be
the men to represent the Hying 0.
SALVATION CHILDREN`S HOME.
Mrs. BlcFco Lectures to Society Ladies at
the Hopkins Mansion.
Mrs. McFee gave the society, ladies in
charge of the i portrait exhibition , at the
Hopkins Mansion of Art an instructive
lecture yesterday on the work of the Sal
vation Array. The exhibition is in part for
the benefit of the Children's Home of the
Salvation Army, and Mrs. Chesehrough
had assisted Mrs. McFee, who is in charge
of that branch of the army's work, to ad
dress the : ladies. She is a pleasing and
effective; speaker and strikingly portrayed
the good work done by the army, particu
larly in the direction of rescuing fallen
women and caring for destitute children.
JTrs. McFee ' organized : the f. Children's
Home, which has been in existence about
three years. ; She : told of ; the I work ! being
done in caring for children taken from the
lowest homes, where they are almost born
into sin, cared for and put in better fami
lies. She told of the work done by the
army "with its lifeboat on Jackson street,
where tramps and bummers and discon
solate wretches are taken in and cared for
and led to better lives. She described the
rescue home where they have always from
twenty to thirty women who are being re
formed and placed in situations where they
will be freed from temptations. The la
dies present crowded about Mrs. McFee
after the lecture to congratulate her and
express their interest in lier woik.
Steps Taken to Establish a Central Body
in This City.
There is on the Taciiic Coast a Hebrew
organization known as Chevras, having for
its purpose, like the Independent Order of
B'nai B'rith, the relief of members in dis
tress, the care of the sick and the burial of
the dead. In this city there are four chev
ras—Shaare Refooah, Refoah Scheleimo,
Rofa Cholim and Shaare Shalom. These
as well as others on the coast have been
working under the same general rules, but
for lack of an executive body similar to a
grand lodge or supreme council there has
been more or less disagreement in regard
to carrying out the laws of the organiza
tion. "With a view to avoiding such dis
agreements in the future and to harmoniz
ing all existing difference steps were taken
last Sunday in A. 0. F. hall toward form
ing a grand chevra, or a committee of
Those present were: M. Silverstein,
president; M. Michales, vice-president; D.
l.ande, secretary ; A. Michaels, J. Zinna
mon, S. Schwartz, H. L. Springer and
Charles A. Berliner of Shaare Refooah; L.
Red lick, president; S. Schein, vice-presi
dent; ,1. Goldstein, secretary; L. Bahr, M.
Lehman, A. A. Jonas, H. Simon and M.
Colin of Rofa Cholim ; C. Berliner, presi
dent; Henry Movers, vice-president; It. S.
Roberts, secretary ; M. Galfick, Emil Cohn,
H. Fabian, Michael Marks and A. H.
Craner of Rofoah Schcleiino; H. Bernard,
president; 11. Benjamin, vice-president; I.
Less, secretary : J. H. Coleman, A. Davis,
J. L. Abraniowitz, M. R. Coleman and S.
Popper of Sbaare Shalom.
Ihe organization \v;;s effected by the
election of 11. Bernard president, "A: J.
Jonas vice-president, and 1. Less secretary.
A committee of twelve, three from each
organization, was appointed and instructed
to prepare and present at the next meeting
a plan for the purposes of the new
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Timothy an<l Mary A. Quirk (by ,J. J. MeDade,
Sheriff) to Hibernia Savings ami Ix>an Society, lot
on X E corner < ;o'.is;!i and Filbert si r.'ets, X 130":9 1/ ->,
X 157:71/2. W 94:10y 2 , X\V 13, SW 48, 8 155:11;
Jami s L. Megannon to Emma H. JJrown, lot on
W line i>f Bacbanan street, 137:6 X of Broadway,
j N 26:6 by \V 91:6: $5.
j Albert anil cimrl'iiiu Wilford tosnme, same; $10.
Philip FMsenChal to Caroline Kilsenthal. lot on
■ W line of Flllmore street, 80 S of Pacific avenue. S
25 by W 100: jflft.
Frank 1,, and Josephine Korl well to Minnie A,
Babeoek, lot on S side of Waller Street, 67 :6 WOf
!.<>;•, W '-'5 by S 100; 810.
Mary A. Tobin to Patrirk and Mary Donohue,
lot <m w 11 ac of Mission srrr-ct, 31:3 So'f Hermann,
\V 90, X 81:8, \V 81. S 81:8, W 46:6, 8 50, E 77:6,
X lif>: r >. X 90, X 3.V $10.
Huzleand Mary IJ. Martin to Louis D. Radgestcy,
lot on N line of Twenty-second street, 215 Wof
■ Valencia, \V 55 by X 114, subiro: to a mortgage:
Thomas H. and Sophia A. Jones to Fannie M.
Fuller (minor), lot on N line of Jackson street,
112:8 E of Spruce, I. 25 by N 127:8 Vi; $2450.
John < >. Welsh to Catherine M. Heffernan. lot on
: E line of Norm Wlllard street. 126 N of McAllis
j ter. X 75, X 173:6. 576:6, W 161; also lot on SE
: corner Airline and North VVillard streets, X 120 by
1 s 50; also lot on S\V corner of Montgomery and
1 Filbert streets, N 77:6, X 77:6, N 50; $10.
M. Morjcenthau Company (a corporation) to
; Trills Schoenberg, lot on BE cornet of Twenty
-1 first street and Bryant avenue, S 85 by )•; 100; $10.
Edward Downs to Sarah Downs, undivided hall
: of lot on N"\V corner of Eighteenth and Douglass
streets, V,' 45 by N 110: gift.
: Catherine Razzauti to Elizabeth A. Hayes, lot on
I X line of Twenty-second street, 109:3 W of
; Eureka, \V 25 by X 110; $10.
Bertha Lewlson to George D. and J. L. Lewison,
lot on X line of Post street. 60 W of Taylor. W 20
| by X 50: also lota 64 to 77, 83 to 94. iB2 to 193,
. Prec-lta Valley lands; Also lets 9*84. 2235. 2253,
2254, Gift Map 4: also lots 1155 to 1160, Gift Man
, 3: $10.
Berta Lewison to same, same: $10. ■
Sarah W. Allen to Adam Ulm, lot on X line of
: Bay street, 45:10 E of Hyde, E 45:10 by X 68:9;
, $10. > '
Bertha Lewison to George D. and J. L. Lewis/n,
■ lot on E line of Do Haro street, 233:4 X of Yolo, X
30:4 by E 100; $10.
Same to same, same; $10.
W. H. and Phoebe A. Hearst to Potrero Land Im
! provement Company, lot on E line of Pennsylvania
avenue, 276:4 S of Twentieth street (Xapa), S
132:2, E 65, NF. 112:6. XW 97:6; srant. ■
11. P. P. West to 11. A. Jones, lot on E line of
Twentieth avenue, 125 X of D street, X 125 by E
H. A. and Clara W.Jones to Michael J. Donovan,
; lot on E line of Twentieth avenue, 175 N of I)
! street, N 50 by E 120; $10.
1 James Schuyler to Phebe J. Schuyler, lot on SW
! corner of P street and Forty-seventh avenue, W
82:6 by s 100; gift.
Timothy Sheehan to William Baird, lot on S line
of Herman avenue, 98:8 E of California avenue,
I £28:8 by S7O: $10.
j Solomon and Emma Ducas to Marie A. Fedde,
' lot on S line of Twenty-ninth avenne Booth, 160 13
i of P street south, E 25 B by 100, block 525, Haley
M. 11. Barber to Margaret Llnane, lot 12, block
J. M. and Mary I). F.artlett of Oakland to William
R. McCohnell <>t Oakland, lot on S line of Sou ani
1 street, 130 E of Cedar, E HO by S 135, lot 12, block
, 70S, Gibbons property, at Oakland Point, Oak-
I land; $5.
Nis Anderson of Berkeley to Grethe Anderson of
Berkeley, lot OH 8 line of University avenue, 120
W of San Pablo avenue, W 37:6 by" 8 100, block
i 100, town of Berkeley; gift.
i James and Joseph Warner of Oakland to Minnie
i Williams of Oakland, lor on W line of Sunnyslde
! street, 125 S of Jones avenue, s 1(10 by W" 160,
; lots 9 and 10. block 30, Warner Tract, Brooklyn
E. B. Lovejov of Alnmeda to Mary E. P. John-
I son (wife of Alex), lot on X line of Lincoln ave
i nue, where it, is intersected by NU" line of the four
i ICK tract, survey made by j. E. Whitcher, thence
BK M), NE to the boundary line between lands
owned by Henry and Ann H>. Robinson, April 5,
1878, and lands at said last named day owned by
A. A. Cohen, thence N\V to NW line (if said four
acre tract, thence s\v to beginning, being portion
of lots 21 ami '_"2 of said four-acre tract survey, Ala
meda. quitclaim deed; $10.
it. J. and Emma Brode to W. A. Clark of
Berkeley, lot on s line of Twenty-second street
78.25 Wof Adeline, Wsoby S 100, Oakland : .f 10.
William C. McGregor of Oakland to Fmanle
Weber of Oakland, undivided 1-6 interest in lots
on N line of Ninth street, 100 E of Castro, E 50 by
N 100, lots 26 and 27, block 114, Oakland ; also
undivided 1-B interest in lots on SW corner of
; Eleventh and Itriish streets, S 50, W 50, S 50, W
50, N 100. E 100 to beginning, lots 14 to 16 and W
I 25 feet lots 17 ami IS. block 14?>, Oakland; $10.
Robert K. and Mary E. McGrrgor to same, all in
terest in lot on N line of Ninth street, 100 E of
Castro, E 50 by N 100, lots 36 and 27, block 114,
Oakland; also all interest in lot on BNW corner of
eleventh and Brush streets, 8 so, w 50, s 50, w
60, N 100, B 100 to beginning, lots 14 to 16 and W
25 feet of lots 17 and 18, block 149. quitclaim deed,
Jane A. Miller to Eugene O'Neill of Oakland, lot
on W lino of Chestnut street, 228.411/3 S of En
clnal line, S9, NW toapoint drawn nt right an
gles to Chestnut street, from the point, of begin
ning, whi<h said point is distant 51.67 W from
Chestnut street., thence E 51.67 to beginning, por-
I lion block till. Oakland: $5.
Eugene ADd Hertha O'Neill to Jane A. Miller of
Oakland, lot on W line of Chestnut street, 288.41 iA
S from Encinal line, which point is distant on
Chestnut street 152.92 N from NW Eighteenth
I street, distan. 51.67 W from W Chestnut street,
thence W 76.83, N 13.12: SE to point of begin
ning, a point' Sl. (s7 feet W of Chestnut street,
block till, Oakland- $5.
J. H. T. Watkinson of Oakland to H. W. Pine of
Oakland, lot on W line of Pleasant Valley avenue,
105 N from NW line of Oakland avenue, N 25, W
115,8 7.84, sf, -20.86 to a point 103.13 W from
point of beginning measured oil aline to Pleasant
Valley avenue, thence E 103.13 to beginning, lot
38, Bowie property, Oakland Township: $5.
William I. and Alice V. Todd to William A.
Clark of Berkeley, lot on NW line of Second
avenue, 100 S\V of Clifton street, SW 33 by NW
100, lot 42, IxK'ksley Square, Oakland Town
Mary E. Elfoid of Oakland to William R. Elford
of Oakland, lot on N line of Felton street, 162:5 W
of Calais, W 37:5 by N 132:5, being lot 32 and W
half of lot 31, block" 33, Smith's Subdivision of the
Mat hews Tract, Berkeley; Sift.
1\ K. :.nd Kosa M. shattuck to Mary J. Nelson
of Berkeley, lot on N line of Russell street, 356.15
E of (irove avenue. X .|(l, N 131.22. W 40. S 131.27
to beginning, bemgllot 24, block 21, southern por
tion of Shattuck Tract Map 4, Berkeley; $10.
Edward Coiman with H. Williamson, sewering,
plumbing, susHiting, etc., on a two-story and base
ment frame building on NW corner of California
and Kranlclin Streets; $3850.
Kichard EngUsch wiih J. J. Walsh, all work ex
cept plumbing, KiisHttinic. mivntols and Kas fixtures
for a frame building on E line of Lott street, 75 S of
J. 11. <fe L. Anderson to Hydo <fe Cox, a frame
building on N line of Twcuty-third stret-t, 80 W
of Folsom; $IW',O.
D. Nugent to .1. j. Clark, carpenter work on
chnrch on x line of Briinnttii street, 180 W of
W.JF. Wblttler to Cahill »t Hall Elevator Co.,
liydniulic rum elevator complete, on NE corner
Jackson and Laguna; $1225.
I>b. BrWs Cough Syrup is sold everywhere, and
it always cures coughs and colds.
TO RACE FOR A
A Great Yachting Event to Be
Held on tie Bay This
A CHANCE FOR SMALL CRAFT.
Subscriptions for the Prize
Coming in Fast— Open
At the annual banquet of the Corinthians
given a week ago last Saturday night a
communication was read from "Will Brooks,
the well-known yachtsman, suggesting the
putting up of a challenge cup which should
be open to the members of all regularly
organized yacht clubs on the Pacific Coast
from Puget Sound to San Diego. The
The Challenge Cup.
[Sketched from the original design by Will Brook?.]
proposition was hailed with great favor by
the Corinthians and their guests, and
Commodore John W. Pewwent to work
immediately receiving subscriptions for
Mr. i'ew has met with the greatest suc
cess, more than two-thirds of the price of
the prize having been already subscribed.
The idea has caught on immediately
with the yacht-owners, and this year
promises to see the greatest event in
aquatic sports ever witnessed. The cup is
open to ail literally, for the smallest cat
boat has an equal chance with the majes
Mr. Brooks has drawn the outlines of the
challenge cup, from which a design has
been made by a local silversmith.
The vessel will be of solid silver, mount
ed on an ebony base. The standard of the
cup will be a capstan with a chain around
it and an anchor leaning against it. The
cup itself will have three handles, after the
manner of a loving-cup, the handles to be
rostras, or ship's beaks, the type of a com
mercial city. Three faces will be present
ed. On the main face will be a gold steer
ing wheel in relief containing the arms of
San Francisco. Another face will bear a
medallion containing an appropriate in-
SCriptiqn, and the third side will hold a
medallion, in which will be an appropriate
yachting scene. The cup will have a cover,
the handle of which will be a gold phenix.
The title of the cup will be the "San Fran
cisco Challenge Cup," though this may be
"My idea in proposing the challenge
cup race," said Mr. Brooks, "was primar
ily to revive interest in yachting and prin
cipally to encourage the small yachts. I
rirst thought of open races on the bay for
all clubs to entourage formation of clubs.
Mr. Pew suggested that we include all
clubs on the coast, and now the rules,
which have been roughly drafted, include
all the clubs in the world if the yachts
want to come to San Francisco Bay. The
cup will always be open to challenge, but
there will be only one race a year for its
possession. The rules make it* possible for
the largest as well as the smallest craft in
the bay to compete for the cup. I am
naturally the friend of the small yacht
owner, for I am one myself, and one of the
objects of the challenge races is to over
come the undue preponderance of the large
Mrs II B Stehmau, Chgo .1 Gilbert, Louisiana
C Toux, Chicago I" w Young, salt Lake
I' Kervin, Mexico T Morton, Arlington
Miss Clay, Arlington L Bosaert <fe w, Brooklyn
M A Don, Sulinas J)r. O'Bannon, llollister
T Kinsly, Chicago T H Ituchan, New York
H II Man, Now York X Man, New York
It B Clay, Arlington J) 15. Hall. MfflTCe 1
Mrs w.Ukup. Meieed C Bngbert & w, Brooklyn
F Dopplenmn <fe w, Brkln C A Morton, Colo
\V A Scott, Chien^o Mrs A L Mursli. N V
Miss II Stubbs. N V I) Loen, New York
\V A Whithiß, N V Dr Chambers* w, Guatla
T s Phelps Jr. U B N M Scott dt w, St Louis
L 1" (iraham, San Jose J Larsen <fe w, Sun .lose
It 1) Raird A w, San Jose Mr? E Woodruff. San Jose
M rs S A Cotter, San Jose Miss L X Conery, Sn Jose
Miss A B Correy, S Jose J Pierce, Sun Jose
Miss Pierce, San Jose A T Pierce, San Jose
0 Baetcns, Rochester W C Andrees, Illinois
A F Hatch, Chicago C C Cole. Now York
W R Gomcly it w, N V N Deretore, Geneva
L A Yonngß, Geneva C X Furtnan * \v, N V
E A I'reuss, Los Anseles C R Krupp<fc w, Reading
Wlt X Quert, Reading G W Wilder* w, N V
L Kander, New York J P Paull & w, PUtsbnrg
J E Babb. Iduha A W Thomson, Everett
Miss M Oliver, Boston Miss C M Hunter, Denver
11 C Jones it w, Boston Jlt Riller, Reading
Miss E R Miller, Chicago
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
W R Gordan, Springfield Wm Meredith, ' Buffalo
J C Writhanes, Buffalo A .lohnson.CaliforniaCity
C C McCray, Cowgill, Mo 8 Barber, Solano
C Q Thompson. Ohio C G Bailey. Boston
J It McUuire, Providence C H Donovan, Providnce
,i It Brown. N V S Kussell, N V
<; I'endergrass, Brooklyn Annie Russell, Kern, N H
1) Tucker, N V R H Wise, Seattle
r25 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11
o'clock r. K. ISKANCH OFFK ES— 7lO Market
ttreef. near Kearay.open until 12 o'clock midnight ;
CBB Knyes street, open until 9:3o o'clock ; 717 Larkin
street, open until fhJX) o'clock ; SAY. corner Sixteenth
snd Mission streets, open until 0 o'clock : 2518
M ifjsion street, open until f> o'clock ; and 110 Ninth
street, open until 9:80 o'clock
":.; SPECIAL NOTICES.
14~-*^ and gentlemen, lIOV2 Stockton s%, room 1.
BtgS 3 PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT-
-I>*»jc terms reasonable. 790 Stevenson at. '
ES 1 MONEY TO LOAN ON SAN FRANCISCO
Eg-ff* real estate. ■.. W. J. GUNN, 410 Montgomery.
StSS* JOHN F. LYONS, NOTARY PUBLIC
lar-*^ and Commissioner of Deeds. Passports pro-
cured. Office 607 Montgomery st.; telephone
6139; residence 2202 Steiner st. • ',••""",
ISFVJ&H. TENANTS . EJECTED JtOR 9*.
Or-*' Collections made, , city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montgy st., room 6, Tel. 5580. •
Kf CLARA FOLTZ, ATTOKNE Y-AT-LAW
i>~^ rooms 14 and 15, 9th floor, Mills building!
Practices in all State and Federal courts.
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SS^' Printer. 422 Commercial st.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
Vt^S" DOBIO LODGE No. 318, F. AND A. •
tfcj^M.-Stated meetlngTHlS EVENING _/l\.
at 7 :30 o'clock. By order of the W. M. 7§L3T
ADOLPH KRONBERG, Secretary. /^y>
m-rgfs* CALIFORNIA LODGE NO. 1. F. a
ffifr^? and A. M-, will meet THIS (THURs-
DAY) EVENING, March 7, at 7 :30 o'clock. J^LTST
Stated meeting. By order of the master. 'NX »
FRANKLIN 11. DAY, Secretary.
"ip^S=> THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
tt^ stockholders of Western Sugar Refining
Company will be held at the office of the corpora-
tion, 327 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.. on MON-
DAY, the 25th day of March, at 12 m., for the elec-
tion of a board of directors, to serve for the ensiling
year, and the transaction of such other business as
may com© before the meeting.
ROBERT OXNARD, Secretary.
fip=» ANNUAL MEETING— THE REGULAR
m<& annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Sierra Lake Ice Company will be held at the office
of the company, room 27, lifth floor. Mills build-
ing, San Francisco., Cal., on THURSDAY, the 21st
aav of March, 1895, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of electing a board of directors to
serve tor the ensuing year and the transaction of
; such other business as may come before the meet-
ing. Transfer-books will close on WEDNESDAY",
the 20th day of March, 1895, at 4 o'clock p. m.
.-;.•' ■■■:"■<■..- C. A. GROW, Secretary-
!SfrS= STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING - THE
IKE? annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Mendocino Lumber Company will be held at the
office of the company, 40 California street, room 1.
i on MONDAY March 18, 1895, a: 11 o'clock a. m.,
for the election of directors for the ensuing year,
' he amending and altering of the by-laws and the
transaction of such and all other business that
may properly be considered at the annual meeting.
: * ' E. C". WILLIAMS. President.
MA RTIN it CO., EMPLOYM EXT AGENTS. 749
Market St., main telephone No. 1849; furnish
all kinds of reliable female help. ■,-; ■■. •;';■
T THE SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BU-
reau first-class Swedish and German girls ara
awaiting situations. 332 Geary st. ; telephone 983. I
I^OR GOOD SERVANTS OF ALL NATION A LI-
-1 ties apply MME. Leopolds Employment
Office, 957 and 961 Market St.; open evenings.
T ADIEB— YOU CAN GET RELIABLE HELP
XJ at MRS. FENTON'S, 1041/2 Stockton st.
ANTED — BY A STEADY COMPETENT
'» woman to do housework: is a good cook and
laundress; not afraid of any kind of work; city or
country; wages moderate. Please call for 3 days
529 Mission st., near First. ■ :
yOUNG GIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS
-I waitress In a hotel or boarding-house. Call 519
TRONG YOUNG GIRL WANTS SITUATION i
0 to take care of children and assist with house-
work; city or country. Address H. I., 25 Federal.
\\riDO\V~OF 30 WANTS HOME AS HOU8E-
»» keeper tor widower or small family; city or
country. 9481 L . Howard st.
GOOD, RELIABLE COOK WANTS A SITUA- j
tlon; no objection to the country; with refer- i
ences. Call or address 815 Mission st., near Fourth. '
pERMAN WOMAN WANTS A PLACE AS
VJT housekeeper or as nurse for invalid lady. Call
or address 14 Bluxome st.
EAT GERMAN GIRL WISHES A SITUA-
-Li tion to do light housework and plain cooking,
or as second girl. Call at 1926 Howard St., near
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WOULD LIKE A
situation to do light housework; is a good cook;
good reference: no objection to a short distance in
the country. Call or address J.310V2 Page st.
WIDOW WOULD LIKE A POSITION AS
»' housekeeper; country preferred. Address
box 85, Call Branch Office.
pOMPETENT WOMAN, WHO IS AN EXCEL-
\J lent cook, wishes place in private family, or do
housework or cleaning by week or month.' Call
309 Seventeenth St.
STRONG WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
day. house-cleaning or washing; references if
required. 937 Foisom St., first floor.
1" ADY OF GOOD MORALS (PROTESTANT)
-J wants position as housekeeper for widower;
city references. Call at 1332 Sanchez st.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES SITUATION
I'JL to do general housework or assist in cooking or
in restaurant. Please address 721 Broadway.
yOUNG WIDOW LADY WOULD LIKE A
X place as housekeeper. Call 967 Mission St.. room
9, second floor.
pOMI'ETENT AMERICAN WOMAN WANTS
V' situation; city or country; good plain cook; no
postals. Call 1239% Market st., near Ninth.
TTespectable WOMAN WISHES to DO I
It washing or housecleaning by the day. Please |
j call 120 a Wildey st., oft' Fillmore, bet. Bush and
y.OUNG WOMAN wants WORK BY DAY
1 washing, ironing or housecleaning. Call or ad-
dress MRS. 1,., 1642% Mission st.
DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY, OR WORK
taken in; $1 60 a day. 512 Leavenworth.
yOUNGMA"RRIED WOMAN WISHES SITU-
-L ation at. housework or janitress. E. S., 810 i
yOUXG FRENCH GIRL, SPEAKING GER-
' JL man and English, desires situation for upstairs
work and sewing; Oakland no oojection. Call at
1810 Suiter st. |
■V" OUNG WOMAN WISHES WORK BY DAY ;
1- or week to do general housework, cooking or
laundry work. Call or add. 859 Missiom st., rm. 8. '
C COMPETENT SWEDISH SECOND GIRL
\J desires situation to do chamberwork, waiting
and plain sewing; city or country. Address C. C,
box 105, Call Branch Office.
pOMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN WANTS ANY
\J kind of housework by the day; best of refer-
ences. 1517' ■> Market st.
RESSMAKER, GOOD CUTTER AND FIT- I
t.r. wishes a few more engagements by the j
'lay, or would take dresses home: $150 per day. I
Call or address 1620 Polk st.
\\r ANTED— POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
"in the country, or would go to Honolulu, Japan
or Europe as attendant with family, or in any po-
sition to make a living. Address MRS. GRIFFIN,
1727 Eddy st.
"WOMAN, 28 YEARS. WOULD LIKE PLACE
''in the country to do washing, ironing, cham- ;
berwork. Address C. W., box 146, Call Branch.
yOUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITU-
-L ation as chambermaid in hotel or lodging-house.
Call or address 442 Sixth St., first floor.
ITUATION WANTED BY* WIDOW FOR
0 chamberwork ; city or country. Address 325%
Bush St.. room 36.
IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS SITUA-
tion to do general housework, cooking or plain
sewing. Add. 411 Dore st..opp. Harrison, nr. 9th.
DANISH GIRL WANTS A SITUATION TO DO
general housework. Call or address 236 O'Far-
rell st. •
TYLISH DRESSMAKER WOULD LTKE
sewing in families: $1 50 per day; children's
work also. Address D. M.. box 123, Call Branch.*
yOUNG SWEDISH GIRL WISHES SITUA-
-1 tion in good family to do general housework.
Please call or write 12 Hyde st. .■ ■■"[■.
I-URST-CLASS GERMAN WOMAN WISHES
J work by the day housecleaning or washing. 7
Rincon aye., off Second st.
WANTED- SITUATION BY YOUNG AMER-
»i ican girl to assist with light housework ; city
or country : wages $1 50 a week: no children. Ad-
dress Y. i?.. box 131, Call Branch Oflice.
POOD GERMAN WIDOW WITH GOODREF-
VX erences wants to get situation us housekeeper
or general housework; city or country. 303 Jessie
St., cor. Fourth.
9 SWEDISH GIRLS WANT SITUATIONS—
one as cook and housekeeper and the other to i '
do upstairs work: city or country, Call or address i
770 Harrison St., third floor. Vi
1 EXPERIENCED DESIGNER AND DRESS-
-i maker desires work in families by the day;
best references. Address N. F., box 135, Call
Branch Office. ■ '2-1—
yOUNG LADY WISHES GENTLEMEN'S ;
1 mending to do. Call from 10 to 5:30 at 150 .
Fourth St., room 9. •> ■• :
pOMI'ETENT GIRL WISHES A SITUATION
\J to do housework. Please call 18 Bluxome st.
yOUNG LADY WISHES WORK OF ANY
i- kind by the day. Call 137 Seventh St., room 2. ;
y OUNG WOMAN, EXPERIENCED IN GIN- !
-L eral housework, would like to get work by the '
dny; is a good washer and ironer. Address W.,
box 105, Call Branch Office. .
HOUSEKEEPER— RESPECTABLE WOMAN '
with a child 2 years old desires position as
working housekeeper; city or country. Address
12k Sheridan St., oft Ninth, bet. Folsom and liar- i
rison. • 1
TYRESSMAKERS WANTED; PATTERNS CUT \
\J to order. 25c. McDowell Academy, 213 Powell. \
WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
SITUATIONS WANTED— MALK.
Q ITU ATION "BY" MIDDLE-AGED
man; sober and industrious; familiar with '
horses and gardening ; lately arrived from the East ;
employment more an object than high wages. Ad-
dress I). S., box 134, Call Branch Office.
HOKOUGHLY COMPETENT GARDENER '
X wants a situation. Call or address G. S., 2715
Golden Gate aye.
TRONG YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION
O in wholesale house or drive team; any other
work acceptable. Address H. KELLY. 624 Wash- '■
W ANTED-WORK BY YOUNG MAN (GER-
»T man) to wash dishes, assist in cooking, house-
work or other work. Please address H. VIELITZ
533 Sacramento st., room 88. *
SOBER, RELIABLE YOUNG MAN, WITH
experience in care of horses and driving, wants
any kind of work; wages $20 and found- refer-
ences. Address L. M.. box 147, Call Branch.
PROTESTANT AMERICAN WISHES SITUA-
J. tion as coachman or stableman In privateer
public place; city or country. Call 834 Mission st.,
top floor. '
pOLORED BUTLER. WITH FIRST-CLASS
•V references from Nob Hill, wishes situation. Ad-
dress FAIRBANKS, 1594*4 Bush st
ARM ER AND WIFE WANT SITUATION
X on a ranch; man can do general farmin • and
wife good cook. Address 268 Minna st.
9 GOOD PAINTERS, WITH OWN STAGING,
£i etc, want. work; town or country; cheap. P..
1626 Pacific aye. ' . ,
"CURST-CLASS DISHWASHER WANTS A SIT-
J- uation; will work cheap. Call or address Dish-
washer, 639 Clay st.
\\fA^TEIT^SrrUATION IN LIVERY OB
' » private stable, or as man around place, by mid-
dle-aged Swede; first-class references. Address D.
S., box 87, Call Branch.
\\' ANTED— A POSITION AS CLERK IN SOME
» » business house; had 5 years experience: writes
a good quick hand : good references. Address N.
L.TURNBULL, box 10, this office,
W ANTED-POSITION AS GARDENER BY A
M man who understands his business: landscape
or greenhouse work. Address J. W. 8., Wood-
ward's Gardens, 1740 Mission st.
ENGINEER WISHES SITUATION; CAN DO
all repairing and blacksmithing; 20 years' ex-
perience in all classes of machinery. Address
1929 Magnolia St., Oakland.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GERMAN AND
wife, without children, on private place; man
to take care of horses, garden and cow. careful
driver, wife as cook or second work. Address j
DKSCIIMANDKN. box IS6. Napa. Cal.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
pOOK FOR MeSToN A RANCH; CHAMBER!
\J maid and cook, both for same hotel; girl for
housework; waitress; $15, $20 and $25; city and
country. MURRAY A READY, 634 Clay.
\\ t a\ti:i) — WOMAN COOK. BOARDING^
»T house, f BO, eta : waitress, choice place *■>(>•
waitress, small restaurant; young girl assist in bak-
ery: girl housework, no cooking, no was -, - $15.
girl or woman care two grown children- German
girl or woman to wash dishes, wait at table etc
$20, resort; girl for family of 3, $25; girl care for
3-year-old child; German girl in fanitlv of 4
$20. etc.: seamstress for piecework- iio'usi—iria
for Berkeley. Alameda, Vallejo, Kin, r and coun-
try towns: 25 girls for housework at $10, si" $15*
$20 and $25 a month; if you wish work see that
your name and address is on our books. M v 1: 1 I v
& CO., 749 Market st. "*
WAITRESS FOR HOTEL, CITY, $20: 2 Mor"r
' » waitresses for summer resort, to work In April'
hotel waitress for State of Nevada, $20, far- Divd'
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS, COUNTRY, ?10
_L week; plain ironer, country, $25; cook and
laundress, city, $25; working housekeeper for
country: girls, general housework. $20, $25; 10
girls, light housework, $10, $15; French nurse ami
seamstress, 20. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary.
WANTED— PROTESTANT NURSE; SCAN^
» ♦ dinavian or German cook, 3 in family, $25: in-
valid nurse, $20; 2 French and German second
girls. $20: 4 German and Scandinavian girls for
housework, $26; hotel waitress, $20; and girls
for cooking and housework in city and countn-
i J. F. CROSETT & CO., 312 Butter st.
9 COOKS, $30 AND KB; SECOND GIRL. $25-
-seamstress and chambermaid, $25: 10 housed
work girls, city arid country, $20 and $25; 4 young
girls, assist, $12 to $15. Apply Mis.-, CULLEN.
105 Stockton st.
"PROTESTANT GIRL, HOUSEWORK, ALA-
■L meda, $15. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105 Stock-
1 1 OUSEKEEPER, WIDOWER'S FAMILY, «15'
i 11 housework girl, San Rafael. $25. Apply MIS 3
; CULLEN, 105 Stockton St., room 2.
WAITRESS AND CHAMBERMAID POINT
TT Reyes Hotel, $20. Apply Miss CULLEN, 105
T?RENCH SECOND GIRL, $25. APPLY MISB
J CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
WANTED — A WAITRESS AND PARLOR-
TT maid, $25; French seamstress and chamber-
maid, $20: laundress and chambermaid, $25:
young French girl as assistant nurse, $15; 20
young girls fo fill light housework places at $12
and $15; 20 housework girls at $20 and $25. Ap-
ply to MISS PLUNK ETT. 424 Sutler st.
y OUNG SECOND GIRL, $10. MISS CULLEN,
x 105 Stockton st.
SECOND GIRLS, GERMAN GIRLS, WOMEN,
O country girls. $15 to $25: waitresses, city and
country. . MM E. LEOPOLD, 957 Market st.
I ADY TO TEND TO OFFICE. COUNTRY,
JJ wages $50, without board and room; second
girl, city, $25; nursegirl, $15: housegir'., .*•_'!>; girl
to wait on table, $12; cook, $25. 332 Geary.
\-I.AT SWEDISH OB GERMAN GIRL;
JLi housework ; 2in family; wages $25. 332 Geary.
TIT ANTED— YOUNG ' LADY IN THE i CAPA-
'» city of assistant bookkeeper In a large whole-
sale house. Address in applicant's handwriting,
stating age, nationality and compensation desired,
L. Z., box 108, Call Branch Office
"WANTED— A NEAT, STRONG PROTESTANT
'* girl, not over 30, for cooking and housework
in a family of 3 adults: references. Apply 1515
Hyde St., from 1 to 4 P. m., Thursday.
} EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON REECE
JJ buttonhole machines. PORTER, SLESSIN-
-1.1.1: A CO., Clay and Sansome sts.
ANTED— YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
»' housework; family of 2: no washing; wages
$10. 1313b Steiner st.
youNG GIRL to ASSIST housework."
1 1524 Devisadero st., bet. 9 and 12.
GUM, OR WOMAN TO HELP IN KITCHEN.
VX 1123 Butter st.
yOUNG GIRL. COM PETENT FOR GENERAL
J. housework small family. 219 Broderick st.
"DEFINED GERMAN GIRL FOR CHILDREN
-It and sewing. 1710 Geary st.
IRL ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK,
small family. 818V4 Greenwich st. -.— .■■ j.
LMRST-CLASS FINISHER ON PANTS; ALSO
JP apprentice, paid. 765 Mission.
A PPRENTICEB- EARLY II is MORNING.
il Carson Glove Company. 318 Market st.
IRL. FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 651 VA-
Uejo St., Hat 5.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. INQUIRE 1610
Market St., bet. 10 and 11 a. m.
/ 1 IRL IN SMALL FAMILY, COOKING, WASII-
VT ing. general housework; $20. 1916 Broderick.
GERMAN GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK:
VJT mind children; $10. 218^wenty-fourth st.
RELIABLE SCANDINAVIAN GIRL; SEC-
JLV ond work and waiting. 1004 Market st.
p IRL FOR genral HOUSEWORK: wages
VT $15 : and other places. 1004 Market st.
OOD TAILORESS FOR CUSTOM COATS .
433 Natoma st.
yOUNG WOMAN TO WORK IN KITCHEN;
JL sleep home; coffee-house. 8 Hayes st.
HOUSEKEEPER AND ATTEND TO STORE;
good home. Elizabeth and Diamond sts.
ANTED — A PROTESTANT GIRL FOR
»» general housework; country; wages $15. Ap-
ply 713 Ivy aye.. forenoon.
GOOD SLEEVE-MAKER AND FINISHER.
MISS O. GRAU, 727 Gough st.
A PPRENTICE WANTED AT 330 SUTTER ST.
"VT EAT GIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT HOUSE R^
IX family 3; $8. 2249 Sutler st., from 9to 12.
W ANTED — NEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL*
TV housework. 936 Filbert.
SEWERS ON LADIES' AND CHILDREN^
wear. 24 Ellis, St.. top floor.
SWKDISH AND GERMAN EMPLOYMENT
office for good working cirls. 11% Antonio St.,
off Jones, near Ellis. MRS. OHLSON.
/ 1 ENERAL HOUSEWORK; RESPECTABLE
VJgirl: wages $15. Apply 3221 Briggs aye.,
GIRLS WANTED — PATTERNS CUT TO
order, 25c, at McDowell Academy, 213 PowelL
17IREE— TEST AT LAWRENCE DRESSCUT-
' ting School. 1231 Market st.
male help WANTED.
pfrTMEN^FOR DIFFERENT^ positions^
*J\J cooks, waiters, dishwashers, scraper-ieamsters,
canvasser for tintype gallery, 3 farmers, vaquero,
laborers for brickyard, shop-bakers, blacksmith for
\'inevard. butter-makers, milkers, 3 off-bearers for
brickyard. MURRAY A READY, 634 Clay st.
COOK, FOR A RESORT, $50; GERMAN SEC-
\J ond cook, $12 a week; German broiler, $12 a
week; cake baker, who can ornament, country
shop, $15 a week; Swiss or German seoond cook,
$70; baker and pastry cook, $60. C. R. HANSEN
a- CO., 110 Geary st.
EXPERIENCED MAN TO CANDLE EGGS,
JOJ $50. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
rp lE-MAKERS, REDWOOD, 10C A TIE, LONG
-Ljob; 3 woodchoppers, $1 40 a cord, tools fnr-
nlshed; 3 carpenters, $2 50 a day. C. R. HANSEN
CO., 110 Geary st.
W' A:s " rED — GERMAN GARDENER FOR TnE
TT country, $25 to $30; tiemakers, woodchoppers
and shingle-bolt makers. It. T. WARD & CO., 608
and 610 Clay st. '
W ANTED — 2 BOILER-MAKERS, 1 MA-
T» chinist. 1 millwright and 4 carpenters for
Central America, go Saturday; two and four mule
teamsters, $25 and $30 and found; man about
place, $25 and found; handy man about hotel; res-
taurant waiter, and others. Apply to J.F. CROSETT
«fc CO., 628 Sacramento st.
MARTIN & CO., EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
749 Market st., main telephone No. 1849, fur-
nish all kinds of reliable male help.
TO" ANTED— $10 A WEEK: MAN AND
TT wife for ranch; head cook, $50: restaurant
cook and second, $90 to *100, hotel, country.
MARTIN & CO., 749 Market st.
BARBERS -FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL ON
-L> HUGO SCHENN-ERT, employment secretary
of the Barbers' Association, office hours from 8 to
10 a. if. and 2 to 4 r. m., 12 Seventh st.
WAN 11. 1) — YOUNG, INTELLIGENT AND
sober man (German) to drive baker wagon; one
with experience preferred: need not apply unless
you state in your application references and partic-
ulars as to former employment. Address S., box
108, Call Branch.
AILOR TO ASSIST IN PRESSING AND RE-
•I pairing; also young man who has experience in
cleaning clothes. 523 Market si., room 15.
MAN TO CARE FOR HORSES AND GARDEN
and to be useful about the house. GEORGE H.
FULLER, 638-640 Mission st. - -
ANTED— BARBER; STEADY JOB; $10
week; must pay bonus. B. 8., box 117, Call
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS TEAM MEN ON
>» ladies' fine shoes. SEIBE-GLANVILLE CO.,
25 Jessie st.
WANTED— PARTNER IN PAYING SALOON;
» T big bargain: partner preferred to hired help.
636 Third st. __^
A GENTS TO SOLIOIT FAMILY WINE
-V trade; good commission. 259 Fourth «t.
W ANTED-PANTSMAKEN FOR THE COUN-
_» » try. J. BAUMGARTER & CO., Montgomery.
"CURST-CLASS DISHWASHER $15- CALL
■T early. 1004 Market St. '
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