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Piloted by Thorpe, the
Only Winning Favorite
Ezell's Filly Buena Ventura
Took the First Two- Year-
Brambella, Hazard, Torsion and Im
perious All Won Purses at
The greatest minds on the track ad
mit that the game here is a very hard
one to beat this winter and this asser
tion was well borne out by results at
Oakland yesterday. On Thursday the
picking was difficult, but followers of
the turf are always hopeful and look
for a change for the better. It seems
destined never to come. The sport
was absolutely smeared with long-shots
beginning with the win of Brambella
a 25 to 1 chance. The only favorite
to score was O'Fleeta, ridden byf'aarley
The track was sticky as on the pre
ceding day and no doubt this had much
to do with confusing form players, in
termingled with one or two very breezy
The general public thought Abina the
best of the seven starters in the open
ing six-furlong sprint, making her fa
vorite. She was just as much at home
in the going as a farmer would be lead
ing the minuet, finishing behind every
thing. Brambella with Morse up, pulled
out of the bunch, the last part win
ning easily from The Dipper, third
choice in the betting.
It looked as though Walter J was
gh to take the seven-furlong
si-I'.ing run next decided, but he
parc-ntly had an injection of embalm
ing fluid before going to the pest and
was fortunate to get the show. Thorpe
took the lead into the stretch with
O'Fleeta and, hard ridden, beat Jack
Martin out half a length.
The first two-year-old rare of the
n attracted a field of eleven "ba
bies" to the post. Barns & Water
house furnished the favorites in Boni
bel and Malay, which pair coupled
were held at evens throughout th
ting. Strong tips were out on The
Miller, Clarando, Anchored and Buena
Ventura. Following h!s custom of the
past two years, Louis Ezell had Buena
Ventura well seasoned, and backed
down from 8 to 4 and with Conley In
the saddle, the daughter of Luke Black
burn and Tommie Bell took the dash in
a big gallop, tripping off the three fur
longs in "7 S 4 . Clarando, a good-look
ing fllly by Clarendon, carrying the
colors of Caesar Young, came from be
hind like a good one. leading out An
chored for the place. Bonfbel was nerv
ous, but should do better next time
out. for she has doi st work.
The sturdy looking Polish seemed a
most Ukely cai Lidal for the mile sell
ing run and though heavily played by
both the stable and public remained
a stationary 8 to 5 choice in the ring.
Ous Wilson managed to get him cut off,
picked out the worst spots In th» track,
and very artistically landed him just
beyond the money. Hazard, a 15 to 1
shot, ridden with good judgment by
little Gray, led throughout, and with
little to spare downed Nonchalance less
than a length.
A straggling start contributed to the
defeat of Kamsin, th^ first cholci
the second furling run. Torsion with
Ppencer in the saddle and 10 to 1 in the
bettinc slipped away in the lead and
was never headed, winninc: with some
thing to spar<\ two lengths before th<»
hard-ridden Sly. Major •"'nok had plenty
of speed, finishincr in thf- snow.
The fastidious performer. Plan, gave
another of his wild and weird perform- .
"THE CALL'S" RACING CHART.
CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB — Oakland Track — Sixty-fifth day
of the Winter Meeting. Friday, January 14-, 1898. Weather
fine. Track very heavy.
A*>A FIRST RACE— Six furlongs:
Index. Horses^ Weight. St. '.m.
Index. Horses. Weight. iSt. Mm. "^m. »4m. Str. Fin. j Jockeys. Op CL
416 Brambella . 10".! 3 ... 4h 6 3H 4 v-» I :•. !Mor?e I Ii 20
41 The Dipper im! 1 ... 61 41% 3 2', 22 IConley 8 7-2
411 Roulette Wheel ....107 4 ... 1 4 12 lift 38 IHennessy .... 6 12
429 Malnhar 110! 5 ... 7 7« ■ 5 Ift 4 '4 Spencer 3 3
417 Mnrlns-a 10717 ... 5n 5 lft 6 1 SI Derm ! l.i 12
417 Magnus 10716 ... 3h 3h 2 h 6 4 [Thorpe \ 6 S
417 Ablna 105! i 2 4 '- _ 2ft 7 7 IE. Jones .....i S-5 13-5
Time. 1:1714. Winner, W. P. Magrane'a b. f. by Bramble or Reporter-Ma Belle. Good
start. Won easily. , '„.• -.;
' t m.
SECOND RACE— Seven furlon)??; selling; four-year-olds and upward; purse, $3CO.
Index. l?orses. Weight. I St. '. 2 m. %m. Str. Fin. Jockeys. Tip. Cl.
Index. Horses. Weight.! St. Vim. '. 2 m. %m. Str. Fin. I Jockeys. 'Op. Cl.
(4r<> O'Fleeta. « 11'"> 2 2 2ft 2*4 in 2 2 I' 4 'Thorpe I 8 5-2
423 Jack Martin. 5 105' 5 4n 54 510 53 2 1 'Morse ' 4 4
427 Walter J. 5 131 7 R 2 4 3ft ( 4 414 3 3ft |Hennei>sy ....15-2 13-5
433 Charles A, a 102 4 3 h 22 32 Sh 42 iMOTlchols ... 6 10
(3731 Veloz. 4 101 1 fil 71« 6 lft R3 Eh (Van Kuren .. : 10 12
400 Cavailo. 4 105 6 S4 88 72 72 64 Tonley I 8 12
423 Monitor. 5 110! 3 12^ 12 2 2 1% 710 IClayton ' 8 10
188 Mulberry, a 1 518 '■ 9 9 8 4 8 6 rj. Wilson ... ' 12 20
291 Fanny S. 4 100! 9 7 1 M_ 812 9 9 It. Xarvaez .j M 23
Time. 1:J1%. Winner. J. MacManus' br. g. by Harry OTallon-Fleeta. Good start.
' : m.
400 THIRD RACE— Three furlong* ; two-year-olds; purse, $350.
... Buena Ventura 101 2
... Clarando 110 8
... Anchored 108 4
... Bonlbel HOI 1
... Racine Murphy 106 1 6
... Malay . 1081 3
... .The Miller 17 7
... Prince Will 10SI 5
... Oaadale ins ii
... Jjbl Condtsa 10F, 9
... Rcy Hooker 108 10
>• ■ "■
1 6 iConley 4 9-2
2 h T. McHugh ..10 20
3 ft Mines 6 10
4 1 : 2 Clayton 1 i
6 % lO'Connor 10 12
6 2 IThorpe • •
7 3 IHennessy 10 S
8 4 [Van Kuren .. 20 40
9 h IRnencer 10 10
10 4 iMooney ! 15 40
11 jMorse j 10 25
• Coupled with Bonlbel.
Time. ::'■;%. Winner, 1.. IT. Ezell*a r-h. f. hy I,uke Blarkburn-Tnmmy Bell.
\\ on easily.
FOURTH Race r.ne mile; Belling; four-year-olds and upward; purse, $400.
Index. Horses. Weight. ISt. Km. %m . %m . tr . Fin. I JockeyT \Op. cT.
41" Hazard. 5 ??] 2 22 Tft 12 12 I*i " Oray "Is Tk
3<>« Nonchalance, 4 10516 5 h 4h 224 2 m 2 4 Thorpe 4 9-2
422 Heritage, 5 102! 7 8 sft 4 2 5 iVi 34 Spencer 5 10
415 Polish. 4 10514 3 1 I? ft, 4ft 41U G Wilson.::: 8-5 85
» R ,^v G v le n> a 1061 « fih 7 Ift 710 «6 Bh Conley ° ;::: 4 6
4W Allahabad a 100 1 7h 6n 6h 710 6 5 McGinn 40 II
433 *******•-*■;, 9718 4n 2h lh 32 740 Li. Woods 10 fi
422 Fannie E. 6 95! 3 1 h 8 8 s^ 8 OTonnor ":" 20 25
firFt T th'rep I dr'!vinr Vlnr ' Or ' A P M " phy '* eh - f- h >' Strathmore-Zoo Zoo. "
438. ] IFTH KA( ' K s " v <' n f«rlon«»: selling; four-year-olds and upward; purse. $350.
427 Torsion. 6 '
420 Ply. 4 106 SI
427 Major fook. 6 1051 1
410 Don Fulano, n 111' 4
37* Kamsin. S 106] G
40S Lr.st Girl. 4 100 5
tie Plnger, 4... 97! 7
1 2 Spencer 8
2% Gray «
3 h Jones 12
4 6 IConley 5-2
5 5 Thorpe 8-5
610 JMcN'lchols ... 10
7 [Downs I 30
lldreth's b. g.
439. Sl^"i } j^r l3 "" SeVen and a half furlon filing; three-year-olds and upward;
Index. Horses. Welght.jSt. Urn. %m. %m. Str. FJn7~] Jockeys. — — cl
42". Imperious, 3 B
(3?S) Fre<l Gardner, a...
444 Morinel. 3
(401) M-rrutio, 4 110 4
(356) Plan, 3
384 Rebel Jack, 3 81 2
5.. . I,nudon, a ft 3
427 Kaiser Ludwtg. 4.. 96| *
2 2 14
I Woods !
Time, 1:37. Winner, B. Schrelber's b. g. by Morello-Helen Scratch.
ances in the wind-up, a seven and a
half furlong spin. With Holmes of Sen
ator Bland fame, 8 to 5 about him in
the ring and eighty-six pounds on his
i back, this sometimes sensational mud
lark was beaten by Mercutio, a dead
j lame horse goinp to the post. Fred
Gardner led to the stretch where he
was passed and easily beaten by Imper
ious. The winner was as good as
8 to 1 at one stage of the betting. Bfori
i nel. a most consistently performing fllly,
Gus Wilson was Indefinitely suspended for his
effort astride the favorite, Polish.
Some days ago Torsion, running In By Holly's
colors, won a selling race and was bid up by
Sam Hildreth, his owner letting the horse go.
When the gelding took the fifth event yester
day Holly bid him up from $200 to $500. and
Hildreth let him revert to his original owner.
Barney Schreiber lost Imperious yesterday.
When put up to be sold after winning; the last
race he was bid up from $500 to $1200 by B. C.
Holly, and .Schreiber let him go.
Following are to-day's entries:
First Race— Five and a half furlongs; three
... Chihuahua 10«W 342) Master MarlnerlO9
tldad 112 37'" Wueen Blazes. . ,M 7
431 Dr. Bemays ... H 417 Miss Aiu-e 107
417 Grlenower N !42'.<>La Mamma 107
'onlal Dame. lo7 . . Sclntellate 107
807 TotO 107 399 Prince Tyrant. .ll2
417 El Moro 112
<=<"■■ >nd Race— Six furlongs; three-year-olds;
417 Lee Kylo 107 1 429 Balllster 105
(Formerly Kylee.) I (410)8orrow 105
424 Tenrlca 10« 411 Castake US
413 Catawba 117 354 Good Friend ...105
(417) Al Koran 110
Third — One mile: three-year-olds and
upward: Owners' Handicap.
414 Rntsuma 105 (419) May W 85
415 Double Quick . H 421 Sir Dllke 85
168 Buck Massle ...88 41S Paul Grtggs.... 90
Fourth Race — The MeLnughlin Selling
Stakes: one and a sixteenth miles; all ages.
432 King William. . lo3l (357)Buckwa 1™
414 Satsuma 113' 4"« Tom Cromwell. V»
(414) Col. Wheeler...lO4:(426)Garlar.d 8arr...103
Fifth Race— Reliance Club Handicap; seven
furl 'rips: all ages.
425 Colonel Dan.... 951 4.V> Mercutlo IP"?
43S Kamsin I<V7 SB Midas 101
2SI Daylight 105 ... Caspar 110
428 Paso Tempo ... 95! Rubicon 124
Sixth Race— One and a sixteenth miles; sell
ing: three-year-olds and upward.
433 Una Colorado... M 4.V) Song and DancelOS
<3!M)Yankee Doodle.10:*: «M Miss Ruth 96
420 Osric II 1M 366 Elano 98
SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY.
First Race— Colonial Dame. Master Mariner,
Second Race— Al Koran. Sorrow, Good Friend.
Third Race— Buck Massie, Satsuma, Double
Fourth Race— Tom Cromwell, Colonel Wheel
Fifth Race— Caspar. Rubicon. Colonel Dan.
Sixth Race— Osrtc 11. Una Colorado, Yankee
SISTER JULIA ILL.
She Is Now at St. LuKes Hospita
but R'.'ars Her Sufferings
Sister Julia, who for many years
has been Identified with charitable work
in this city, is at present very ill at St.
For many years Sister Julia has been
known among the charitably inclined
people of this city as a woman who had
consecrated her life to the alleviation of
the sufferings of the poor and wretched
in this city, and particularly to looking
after children whose parents were too
poor to give them that care which every
child born In this world is expected to
have, or were unwilling to give it to
them for some other reason. With no
prospects whatever of earthly reward,
she has labored among the poor and
downtrodden in almost every phase of
life, and wherever suffering or disease
held sway her bright face, cheerful
smile and words of encouragement and
comfort have been known and welcomed.
Her indefatigable efforts toward the
alleviation of the miseries of the wretch
ed have at last told upon her system and
about two weeks ago she was brought to
the hospital for treatmnt; and although
her sufferings are intense she bears them
with a Christian fortitude and is eagerly
looking forward to the day when she will
again be able to go out and resume her
work. Although her chances of recovery
are but slight, her physicians have hopes
that her strong will power Will eventu
ally triumph over the trying ordeal
through which she is now passing, and
that she will be again able to minister
unto the sick and needy.
Her work In this city has been con
nected with and principally supported by
the Protestant Episcopal churches, and
the Sheltering Arms Mission, on Harri
son street, was founded almost by her
A Brand-New Lash
On the Town <'r!f>r's whip. Don"t ir.lss
It Iv to-day's S. F. News Letter.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, IS9B.
DEFECTS OF CITY
Professor Jordan Says
They Are Due to Lax
He Disapproves of .the Gov
ernment of Santa Clara
San Francisco in His Opinion Is Also
Managed on Too Extrava
Dr. David Starr Jordan, president of
Leland Stanford Jr. University, de
livered a lecture at Metropolitan Hall
last night on the subject, "Manage
ment of Cities." After going at length
into the primary causes leading to the
mismanagement of municipal affairs.
Professor Jordan astonished the audi
ence by his very candid expression of
the way public affairs are conducted in
Santa Clara County.
"I am not thoroughly conversant,"
said he, "with the municipal system
of San Francisco. 1 am told, how
ever, that it is too extravagant and
that a half dozen merchants could, if
given the contract, conduct the public
affairs here for one-half or probably
one-third what it now costs the tux
payers. I have been Informed that
within the last seven years the cost >>f
municipal government has been raised
aboul BO per cent In San Francisco
without any corresponding advance in
property or wages. 1 know a little
more, however, about Santa Clara
County. The management there is Ir
responsible I think the county Is
prettier named than any other county
in the State, but it seems to me the
name of Santa Clara Is a su-nch when
it comes to municipal government."
Professor Jordan said that he was of
the opinion that municipal extrava
gance was due to the present lax po
litical system. "Good men go Into of
fice/ saiil he, "and then th- y have to
nut only stand the pressure of their
nieces and nephews who want places,
but they have to look out fdr their po
litical backers. Their political obli
gations have to be ]>ail and they are
paid— out of the public pocketbook.
These are visible costs, but the Invisible
cost? fir* far greater. In Europe the
have to support and look out for
their Kings and Princes, but the X
and Princes are not near as costly a.s
the local political bops. Office is not
generally sought for the honor, but for
the money that is in it.
•We have a port of government by
poo-smv. If a Republican President
doesn't suit all the Republicans, the
dissatisfied ones vote with the Demo
crats at the next election, and out goes
the Republican President. If prosper
ity doesn't come with his four-year
term, the dissatisfied Democrats go
over to the Republican party, and out
goes Mr. Democrat. So it is that we
have a see-saw government. And the
President i*:i't the only one who goes
out. Tip- people seem to think that if
the President is changed, bo 'shall all
the municipal officers of bis particular
political faith, and the slaughter
on. For this reason. I believe, we '
should have municipal elections sepa
rate from national elections. Th>n
there is our primary system. It is nrt
ten from one end to the other. While
I do not know just what would be the
• •".•-ans to remedy our municipal
troubles, I think that if more power
was vested in one man and be was held
directly responsible t" the i pl<
would experience a change for rh>- b.-t
ter. As it Is, the offleehold* r
seem to be responsible to any one, and
around him has grown up the spoils
system— a system of extravagance."
The lecture given by Professor Jor
dan last night was the r • series
to be delivered under the management
of the lecture bureau of the Young
Men's Institute Th*ro is already a
large demand for tickets of admission
I to thp next address to bo delivered
Tuesday evening, February l. by the
: Rev. D. J. Mahoney, S. J. Father Ma
: honey, who is onp of th<* best -known
local speakers, has taken "Christian
Llism" for his theme.
In addition to the lecture last even
ing, there were short addresses by P
Efagan and F>. V. K>!ly. ,; and
instrumental music by Professor S.
Martinez. Miss Armanda Corcoran and
J. A. McAuliffe.
Anthma. bmrrhlt'a. rurt> jpiarant'-l. Pr. Oor
<l!rTs Sanitarium. BM Pinp. nr. Kearny. .«. F., rr a l
CUT A SWATH
ON FANCIED CASH
Henry Bechtel Was a Bright
Star in the Tenderloin a
Few Brief Hours.
He Lefts Retinue Who Volunteered
to Help Spend His Boasted
Henry Bechtel. who claimed to some
that ho came from Oroville and to others
that he was a resident of Newman, mil- •]
into the tenderloin a few nights ago and
boasted that he had thousands to spend
In having a good time. i!.' soon had ■
retinue who looked upon him as a gool
thins, and they at once prepared plans
to assist him in spending his allege']
fabulous wealth. Now many are wonder
ing how and why they Joined the throng
that promised to be merry. Bechtel
claimed that he was ■ nephew of George
Bechtel of Staten Island, the owner of
one of the largest breweries in America.
To some of his followers he said he
owned a cattle range in Butte County
that comprised 73.000 acres of good fertile
land, and to others he confided that in
addition to owning Butte County he was
possessed of a large tract of land In
Duranpo. Mexico, that was officially
recorded as containing 54,000 acres. On the
two ranges ho said there were 53,000 head
of cattle that were the finest In the
This wonderful rattle kins wore a dingy
red sweater and threadbare trousers with
a torn cap sel Jauntily on the side of his
head. He had a fondness for good din
ners and most of these tales were "old ; i
waiters while ho gorged himself
fancy wines and ordered hot birds with
out stint. A J2O meal wns poor far- for
him. He would start off by giving the
waiter a tip of a dollar and insist that
i.'i the hilf dozen friends ho htd
picked up durinp the day should have
the very best of service and promised to
pay handsomely for it. Then his at
«.f wealth would dazzle the minion of th.>
chef. Before he would pet throuph the
cattle ki;:p would discover some quality
in the waiter that would make him a lit
man for i mployment on one «,f his won
derful ranches, and before the black cof
fee would he served the waiter would be
engaged at n salary that never f-!l abort
of $500 a month, and to begin at once
The diner was. of course, always shor; of
ready cash when the meal was finished
but he never had much difficulty in get
ting credit until the banks would open
next day when the little hill would be
settled. The waiters suffered the most
but there were many who formed his
retinue who are a few dollars out. The
famous cattle king when he was short a
little ready money had. of course, to bur
row ■ fv w dollars, and the friends he
made were appealed to. It took several
days for thfjn t<> realise who the dupes
r> -ally were, and by that time Bechtel had
L M Garner. -. y -g A Legg. Nev City
H Steams. Salt Lake A Denny. Petaluma
F 55 ce £ tlne - N Haven | T Kennedy Aw, Sacto
■( r \, Zuck - Gllroy p. McKinney, Salem
H F Kron. Sta Cruz AY White. Los Ang
1 Mcßride, Napa C, Monroe. Fresno
'■• H Hart. Cal £ Tyack. Madera
;.- S ; '' vei ' ' r - N V A Graham. Chicago
* v " Foote, Oakland <E Galvln, Sacramento
A Morris. Woodland S Ranborn. Oakland
« Edwards, Oakland S Frankenhelmer. Cal
L Dollar. Cal p Folsom. Everett
I* Thompson. Oakland : N P Nelson. 11l
Mrs Roblson. Stcktn ! MtssWßasher, Prlnce-
M '*s Hoblson. Stcktn i ton
T B Clark. VlsalU C Rotterhouse. N V
C Pinkham. Chlco ' \v Thomas. Uklah
R J Wellmer - Phila. H I. Jones. Mo
J Martlet t. Llvermore IJ Currell, Singapore
V Koutledge &w,Ftlnd ;
B R Mnntßomery. L A M M Lonraln. N V
H K.>pj.. Pittsburg H W Adams, Sacto
ED Owlnn, i'.t w Dwyer, Sa>-t..
R W Prosser, N V j \v Dwyer, Sacto
S EUieustrom, Ohl< J A ''lark. N V
<} Hudlestond, <hlcgo C Olldersleeve, N Mcx
L Rhoades, Phil Mr« X Dwver. Ba«to
H F Wilson, l'hil H Trniey. Sacto
H Patton. Ix>B Anp Mru «' Waldo.Chlca«ro
W Mannlr.p, R. ?t n C, Orlswold, <'hioaKo
W T Mulr. Portland C V Or!swold,Chl»»«0
A W Snilth. N V E W iiunyon. R liluft
Mrs W Mulr. Prtl md J Wharton &w, Omaha
M H '■■k-K-'hhnll, N V H \V Pratt. Boston
Mrs \V CocreshalUNY Mrs X Runyon.Rßlult
H M Spring, San Jose J C Wlleon. New York
H L Sayre, Madera J J Carter. Ls Angla
J S Orr, Oregon Mr? X EdwsrUs, Ls A
W L SeofleKU N V Mrs H Oarfleld. Ls An
X W Hale, Sacto -jr. J Carter. Sacto
F D Cobb, Stockton J Bradt. New York
3 I? Patterson. N T W Cole. Detroit
G Meyer. Antloch J Malloy. Chicago
J Muller. Pleasanton T Fitzpatrlck. Colo
Mrs J Mailer, Pleastn'j H ('rum, California
R C Long. Chicago M Smart. GlenvlUe
J C Leopold. Sacto B Burke. Vlsalia
J E Budd. Stockton C E Dunn, Ylsalla
NKW WESTERN HOTEL
A Chandler. Los AJlg r < '. Siiiith. Victoria
J W Ballard. S Diego .T R Ransomfl, B Jose
W Petit. M interey C Hfixt^r. Stockton
J Rltter. Loa Anceles .1 Smith, Stockton
B Stilus. Fln(ist; t ff f T EHrlck, Chicago
N I^»wls. PI. R Si>ri> .v w, Chicago
T Mr. on. Hoi 1 brook Mrs T B Kenny. <".tl
<" Michael. FlaKstaff Mrs Lamb, Banta
H W Pitt. WlHiams P A Farney, Nebraska
A Falrhurst. S J.t^^ M R Haley, Napa
P (Jrahani, < >ak tale
SAN FRANCISCO CALL.
PT'FINFP? OFFICE of the Ran Franrjsco
Call, corner of Market and Third streets, open
until 12 r.'rlork cvi ry night In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S2T Montgomery Btreet.
corner <"lay; open until 9:20 o'clock.
3.~.9 Hayes Ftreet; open until 9:30 o'clock.
621 McAllister street: open until 9:30 p. m.
Hi Larkln street, open until 9:30 o % clock.
S.W. corner Sixteenth and Mission «r»et»:
open until 9 o'clock.
106 Eleventh stre-n: open i;ntl! 9 o'clock.
2513 MißsW.n street; open until 9 o'clock
1605 Polk etret-t; open until 9:30 o'clock.
NW, corner Tw.T.ty-s- • n i and Kentucky
Ftre«-ts; open till 9 oV:
(11l IK II NOTICES.
THIRD Congregational, Fifteenth *t.. near
Mission. Rev. William Rader will preach at
11 a. m., on "The Soul's Retreat." At 7:30
p. m. he will deliver the third In the series
of sermons on the future life: subject. "The
Intermediate State, or the Spirits In Prison.''
MISSION Lodge NO 1», F. and A. M . a
266S Mission st., bet. Twenty-second mf\»
and Twenty-third— Called meeting TK>T
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, at 'V 1V 1
7:30 o'clock. First degree. By order of the
W. M. C. D. BUNKER. Secretary.
EXCELSIOR Lodge No. 16$. F. and A. ]■
M.— Special meeting THIS iBATUR--a%-
DAT) EVENING. January 15, at '-^'l^Jf
o'clock. Second degree. '\y \
-X;^.>-; THEO. E. SMITH. Secretary.
GOLDEN Gate Encampment No. 1. I. a 4
O. O. F. Members are requested to y^
meet In Encampment Hnll SATCR- /\
DAY, January i:,. at 1:30 p. m.. to at-X X
tend the funeral of Lite I?rother JAMES
STEELE. W. I. CROSSETT. C. P.
MAGNOLIA Lodge Xo. IT-. I. O. O. —^Ws>
F. Th.- funeral detail will please iygz^ibr
assemble In our lodeeroom TO- -SJi*iß^^?
MORROW (SUNDAY), at 10:43 <IIW
o'clock a. m.. to attend the funeral of our
late brother. J. JACOBS.
SAMUEL POLACK. Secretary.
ANNUAL meftinsr— The regular annual meet-
Ing of stockholders of the Oceanic Steamship
Co. will be h'-M at the office of the com-
pany. 527 Market st., San Francisco. c i..
on Friday, the Cist day of January. IS?S. at
: the hour of n o'clock a. m.. for the purpose
of electing a t*>:ird of directors to serve for
■ the ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other bu«ln»>»s aa may come fore the meet-
ing. Transfer l«.oks will close on MONDAY.
j January 10, at 3 o'clock p. m
E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
I DUTCH Mining and Milling Company— The
J regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Dutth Mining and Milling Company
will be hrM nt the office of the company,
which office Ik n.iw temporarily situated at
No. 313 California street. City and County of
Ban Franclsro. state of California, on MON-
DAY, the 17th flay of January. 1896. at the
hour of two o'clock p.m. on said day for the
purpose of • :■■ ting a board of directors for
the ensuing year, and also for the transaction
of such other business as may be brought be-
fore the meeting Transfer books close Tues-
day, January nth. ISf»S. at 3 o'clock p. m.
GEORGE \V. GERHARD. Secretary.
Dated San Francisco, January Kb IS3S.
THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Realty Syndicate will be held at the office
of the cor;»oratlin, 14 SansoOM St.. room 15.
San Francis^, at 3 o'clock on THURSDAY.
January 80, l^ r .;. to elect directors to serve
for the enduing year, and for the transaction
f'f such other business as m.iv come before
he meeting. J. C. WINANS. Secy.
STOCKHOI DEES' MEETING
THE anntu the si -'■ ilders of the
■ ■ . . . : -i
°f th< ■.! rkei it., San Fran-
■ - v. January 25, I8»S. at 11:30
•■ for the ensuing
year, and ' ■ the transaction of gucl
busln. ■ • ■ before the meeting.
.! O*B GUNN, B ■ ■
Office, • . . , c al
H i Notice is hereby
• ■ -mention of the
' • • . invene at v
%1 ' ' ;• irgla -t . Vallejo, Cal . at
lei tt,.- re|«, r t of the retiring com-
mittee in - • , the proposed amalga-
«na?l. nor n Board ol Erin, and
the A. O. H. f America. All State. County
''"''.'■■' ■ it the A. .i h . Board
•o seats in the cooven-
tK '7 H , l ?' l ' '• In the proceedings;
an '' 'til n -u>- order are cordially
Invited to atten I. By order
-THOMAS McGINNIBS. State Delegate.
Doted Vallejo, CaL. January 12.
THE! are closing out remnants of curtains
dress goods, shoes, corsets, hosiery, under-
wear. bedspreads, towels, laces. linings,
trimming, veilings, etc.. very cheap at Pio-
neer Dry Goods Store. 106 Fourth at. .
M » s - DR. FISH, rm. 3. ] lf.A -Jrant aye.: elec-
tri. tan: alcohol, Turkish baths; unrivaled.
ROOM Renting Bureau, room 2», Flood build-
ing, cor. Fourth st.
THE Secretary of the Protestant Orphan Asy-
lum of Ban Francisco herewith gives notice
that the following orphan and half orphan
girls . and boy« have been admitted at the In-
stitution on Haight st. from July 1. l»7, to
Jan 1. IS9S: Rachel Crossley. 12 years; Neva
Crossley. 10 years; Eva Crossler, 2 years;
Etta Lithgow, 13 years: Sophie Semler. 13' 3
years; Emma Shoebridse 11 years; Emellne
Burket. 5 year*; Hilda Burket. 2 years: Lou-
isa Potts. 7 years; Minnie Potts. 4 years; Jes-
? i.ii II s * 3 Vl >rs: Dettna Cottrell. I years:
J.iin- Itorkman. 7 years; Annie Peterson. 13
years; Mabel Peterson, I years: Frank M.-
Kean. : years; Edward Burket, 9 years: Fred-
erick Berket. I years: Carl P. Berg. 11
years; David Cottrell. 10 years; George Bock-
roan. 8 years; Albert H. Smith. 4 years.
PRACTICAL ship draughtsman and builder
open for engagement: designs, calculations,
all Information supplied to versons about to
build Yukon steamers. Draughtsman. 362 3d.
ABANDONED children In St. Joseph's Infant
Asylum from July 1. 1836. to December 31.
' v-v -' John Carey, 4 years; Frank Carey. 5
years; August Collins, 3 years: Walter Con-
nolly. 4 years; Eddie Fallon, 5 years; Alice
Fallon. 3 years; Josle Stack. 6 years; Mary
Stack. 3 years; John Sullivan. 5 years: Frank
ii £ n ,\ 3 yea ™: Edith Gallagher. 5 years;
Bell Gallagher. 4 years.
ThjG ° m ans ar.l half-orphans admitted Into
bt. Francis' Girls Directory Orphan Asylum
jlnee July 1. ISB7. to January 1, IS3S, are as
ioiiows: Orphans— Mary Briseno. age 13;
XK v a Brlseno, age 8: Bertha Symon, age E.
Hal, -orphans— Marce!la Matthews. age 7;
Frances Matthews, age 6: Adda Dobrogol.ika.
age 13; Victoria Dobrogolska, age 10; Mlrtle
Kelly, age 9; Bessie Kelly, age 7: Ida Kelly,
age 6; Minna Kirby, age 5: Jennie Kirby. age
;.; Ella Riley, age 12; Frances Camella. age
*>. Maggie McOlade. age 11. Boys— William
Kelly, age S; George Kirby. age 7: George
Lee. age 2; John McOlade, age 8; Frank Mc-
Glade. age 7.
BAD tenants ejected for $4: UuTtsr tin— made;
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO., 415 Montsomery St., room 6; tel. 6580.
SPECIAL, NOTlCES— Continued.
MME. HANBEN, latest galvanic battery and
cabinet baths. 116 Taylor st.
ROOMS whitened from $1 and papered $2 60 up.
139 Third st.
MRS. STEWERT. genuine steam and cabinet
baths. Uttt Geary St.. room 11.
JNO. HULTHEN. electro-magnetic massage
treatments; alcohol baths. 8 Mason Bt.
DIVIDEND No. 51 (forty cents per share), of
the Huu-hinson Sugar Plantation i\>.. will be
payable at th»- office of the company, 327
Market St., on and after THURSDAY, Jan-
nsjrj - rransfer books will close on
Friday, January 14. l* l^. at 1 o'clock p. m.
E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
NEAT Swedish girl, with refer<»n' es. desires a
situation i as ai.'l h wsework. J.
F. CROBETT & CO.. 310 Sutter st.
AS companion and nsvist in household duties
by refined English woman; husband K>ins to
Alaska; salary noi so much object as com-
fortable home. a. L., boa 567. Call oince.
WANTED- By mtddle-*ged woman, a tltna-
tion to do light housekeeping; no washing
and no children; good plain cook; wages $10.
Address box "f.. <"ail office.
SWEDISH girl wants situation to do general
housework. Pleas- .-all at 3 PfelfTer st., bet.
Dupont and Stockton, Francisco and Chestnut.
TOI'NG German woman wants work by the
day at washing and housecleanlng. 7H2H
Natoma Ft., near Ninth st.
GERMAN woman as nurse or light housework;
small compensation. 11204 Mission st., down-
WANTEIi-By reliable woman, general work
In family; p i cook and laundress. Please
cr.ll IJ«H Market st . near Ninth.
RESPECTABLE American girl wishes posT-
Uon; second work and care of children. Ad-
dreaa or call 111 Perry st.
POSITION wanted by neat young woman at
light housework; good cook; In an American
family; wages $12 to $15. Box 577. Call.
YOUNG English lady wishes situation as
housekeeper; city or country. Address 1020
Market St., room 10.
YOTJNG fflrl wishes situation to assist with
upst.iirs work or care of children. Call 871
RESPECTABLE (rirl desires situation to do
general housework and cooking; no postals.
Apply 3n:.« Twenty-fifth st . near Harrison.
COMPETENT « like a situation
as cork and laundress or will do housework.
YOUNG woman wants full charge of Invalid
or Infant. Call at BOG Sixteenth.
TWO ladies wish positions as housekeepers; no
to th-> country. Apply 28 Seventh.
WANTED Position as cash or counter girl.
Apply 2010 Central aye.
YOUNG woman of refinement and education
wishes position as companion to elderly or
invalid lady, or as companion-governess to
delicate child. Address box 566. Call office.
RESPECT A HLK Swedish woman with one
child would like a situation in small family.
Please call at Potrero. 523 Connecticut st.
SITUATION wanted by a competent woman to
take care of an Invalid: can furnish good
references. Apply at J2IS Mission St.
YOUNG teacher desires a position as day bov-
erness, or to assist children In school work.
Addi • ranch office. i>-, polk st.
BITUATION wanted by young Klrl •
•k: plain cooking*; waited $li>.
•c --all at 441 Thirteenth st.
NEAT Swedish K.rl wishes upstairs or
work in private family; h:«h testimonials.
A.Hress NANCY, 1H M n st.
fSCTABUE lady with little girl wishes
situation as housekeeper; city or short dls-
■ In country. Call before 12 o'clock. 1719 A
: \N plrl wishes a position In a Germarw
family to do genera! housework. Address 436
BTRONG r>an!sh clr! wishes a situation to do
ng ( r general housework, fall at 2547
Flllmore, near <ireen.
AMERICAN woman wishes situation as hoo.se-
•r or i k on a ranch; Rood references.
PLAIN sewing and mendlns done at 12« Fourth
■ 'n: '•. firs' I
YOUNG lady wishes a position where she can
attend an evening school. Address 427 Grove.
MONEY lonn-1 -in watches, diamonds. Jew-
»lr\ ; low interest. I'ncle Harris. 15 Grant ay.
EXPERIENCED French Rirl wishes sit
first • or housekeeper; city or
country; best references. 1.17s Sacramento.
:z: MONTGOMERY, cor Clay Open until <>:*)
o'clock: bran, h office of The Call. Subscrip-
ti. r-^ and want ads taken.
SITUATION - WANTED— MA
CHINESE and Japanese; estab. 20 year»; help;
tel. Main IW7. BRADLEY A CO.. 640 Clay st.
JAPANESE employment office; work day, hour
or evening. 123% O'Farrell st. : tel. Davis 60i.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment office;
best help. 414-4 O'Farrell. Tel E. 425.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Offlce —
r.elp. 30 Geary st. Tel. Urant 56.
HTNTER *; CO., Chinese and Japanese emp.
office 614U California St.; tel. Main 831.
RIENCED business man with horse and
buggy u:int>- position with wholesale ■
In Alameda County; small salary and com-
n;lssl 'ii : l»-st of refer- box 9, Call
TOUNG train, ernduate of business college, de-
sires situation in an office .>r store; under-
- bookkeeping; fair pentr.an; speaks
lish. M. MAGOER, Prescott House.
MAN thoroughly experienced in general mer-
chandise, hotel and liquor business, ordi-
nary bookkeeper. wants salaried position in
Alaska, P. H. s . 435 Thirteenth St.
YOUNG man with Rome command of stenog-
raphy would like employment, not to con-
flict with evening school; salary nominal.
Address H.. 1123 Batter st.
WANTED — By lumber salesman and yardman,
situation In country yard or sawmill: Cali-
fornia references. J. C. GIBSON, 126 Ellis st.
YOUNG Frenchman wishes position on French
newspaper: is expert compositor. Address
' K. A.. 7 John st.
SITUATION wanted by practical man as fore-
I man, vineyard and general farm work. Box
&71. Call Office.
YOUNG man wants work of any kind: handy
with tools; experience in plumbing. E. A.
NIELSON. '?"•» Minna <=t.
YOUNG boy IS years old would like to work.
Please call at 24 Minna St., downstairs.
WANTED— By a man. work In private family:
understands care of horses, cows and gar-
den; willing and obliging: city or country.
Address R. MATHISEN. 914 Central aye..
SITUATION wanted— compositor or fore-
man printing office; competent: 16 years' ex-
perience: city or country. W. B. POWELL,
care Occidental Hotel, city.
BOILER maker with first-class references; also
blacksmith capable of tempering all kinds of
tools, wishes position in mines; any place.
Box 562. Call office.
GOOD, plain hotel or restaurant waiter de-
sires a steady position. Inquire at New At-
lantic Hotel, Montgomery aye. : tel. 612 Davis.
MIDDLE-AGED man wishes a position as sec-
ond cook or kitchen helper. Inquire at 129
FIRST-CLASS all around cook wishes situa-
tion. Address box 564.
GARDENER: single; thoroughly competent In
| all branches gardening and greenhouse work;
first-class references; would like position
with private family. Box 553. Call office.
AN experienced and practical "Ladles Tailor
Cutter" is open to an engagement; late from
Paris and London. Address box 557. Call.
JAPANESE first-class butler wants place in
city or country: best reference. Address HO
YOSHIKADO. 121 Halght St.
FIRST-CLASS waiter. Japanese, wants place
In city or country, best reference. Address
K. HASHINO. 121 Halght St.
YOUNG married man of good habits, refer-
ences, desires position: good around horses.
not afraid of work: in private family or any-
where. Box ."2". Call.
339 HAVES ST.— Branch office of The Call.
Subscriptions and ads taken.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third at.^ near
Market; 100 rooms. ?5c to $1 50 per night:
tl M to ts per week: convenient and respect-
able: free bus and baggage to and from ferry
MONET loaned on watches, diamonds, jew-
elry: low Interest. Uncle Harris, li Grant ay.
615 LARKIN ST.— Branch office of The Call.
Subscriptions and want ads taken.
FE>IAI,E lIEI.r WAXTED.
FKKXt'H or .-..lored ladles" maid. $15: second
Kirl. Oakland. $2i); cook. $25; 2 nurse plrls, $15
f!i<h; middle-aged woman. 2 in family. $r. :
and a number of house girls. MRS NOR-
Ti »XS. 323 Sutter St.
WAITREB& $5 a woek; 3 cbambermaidi
wait. $l. r , nnd ro.->m. 3 wnitn -?ses. $1S and
room; r> waitresses, f2n an<i room, cltj
Country; 3 chamhermaids and wait some. $20
and room; >^ chambermaids and wait. $1
room; 6 waitresses, $.i a week; 3 cooks, $20 to
J". MARTIN >«^ CO., HI Market st
WAITRKSS and chambermaid, sa; : .
anU room. MARTIN & CO., 7tt Market at.
HELP WANTED— Coutlnoed.
NEAT girl, light second work, $15. MISS
CULLEN. ?25 Sutter st.
FRENCH nurse, child 4 years, 525; second girl.
|X: cook, Palo Alto, $25; San Rafael, $20: >;
housework girls, city and country, i.
SB; i rouns rtrl*. assist, $io to $15. Miss
CULLEN, 116 Sutter st.
CHAMBERMAID, v.alt one meal, $15. MISS
CULLEN, $2a Sutter st.
\D girl. Oakland. $25. MISS CULLEN.
32."> Butter st.
SWEDISH or German parlor maid and wait-
(2s. MISS CULLEN, S2S Sutter st.
GERMAN girl, speaking French, as go-,
and .: girl, $2i>. MISS
CULLEN, S2S Snttej st.
FIRST-CLASS chambermaid, I $lv 2
waitresses, same hi tel, $2' . waitress f< r
a] h itel, S--
waitress. south. $2": restaurant \vaitr<-.-*. city,
jr.; chambermaid and wait, $!.": 4 k*. pri-
vate families. City, $26, $30: 16 giris, house-
work. $13, $20, 52.",. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
108 Geary st.
2 IRONERS on ladles' clothes for first-class
country hotel laundry, south. $25 and found;
reduced fare. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 103
10 YOUNG girls for light work in laundry; $10
anil board; no experience necessary. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 108 Geary st.
COOK, wash and iron. 3 in family. $26; girl for
lework and cooking, ■ t-h"rt .iNta:
4 German, French, Scandinavian and Irish
Bd girls. $20 and $25; German or Protest-
ant waitress and parlormaid. $2'): 2 '.
and American nurs>-s. $20 4 CO ks. German
style. $25. 2 hotel waitresses. $20; cook, small
hotel, $25: 10 young girls to assist in laundry
and a large number of girls for cooking and
housework. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 316 Sutter.
WANTED — Chambermaid and waitress for nice
hotel, near city: $2o p<-r month; free fare.
W. D. EWER & CO.. <52n «'lay st.
WANTED— 2 girls. German or Swedish, for
general housework and take car** of chil-
dren; references required. Call 1320 Leaven-
worth St., near Washington.
stenographer and cashier (confectionery
business): salesladies, art store; photograph
gallery clerk. 313 Bush.
TOUNG lady for sewing machine branch of-
fW; dentist office bookkeeper; novelty goods
saleslaily: office cashier. 313 Bush.
WANTED Bookkeeper and correspondent;
saleslady. of;ic-.» copyist; cooks and house-
girls. Ladies' Exchange, 1023 Market st.
WOMAN With a child for ranch. Nevada, sre
party her<- ; women and girls for housework,
country places. MURRAY & READY. Lead-
Ing Employment Agents, 634 and 636 Clay st.
CAPABLE woman wnnts work either by the
day or week, nr will take home gentlemen's
washing. Apply 6 McCormick place, bet.
Larkin and Hyd--
BY an experienced teacher, position as visit-
ing teacher from 9 until 2; Encltsh and
musi'-; best of references in both. A
Teacher. Capp st.
GIRL wanted t>> do cooking and assist In
housework. Apply 240 Jackson st.. between
8 and 12 o'clock Saturday morning.
WANTED -Lady stenographer who writes a
plain hand: wages $15 a month. Address B.
E. R.. box 574. Call office.
WANTED A n~at girl for general housework
.:i Mateo; wages $15. Apply at 309 Sacra-
YOUNG lady desires position as cashier or
companion to elderly lady; references. Ad-
dress • all office.
WANTED— GirI to assist In housework; wages
$10. 1512 Bush st.
YOUNG Spanish lady would like a situation
to do second work. Inquire at 1036 i
THOROUGH teacher In grammar and compo-
sition; state terms. Box '■',?,. ''all office.
WANTED A competent girl for cooking and
sework. Apply Ml McAllister st.
WANTED— A girl to assist In housework;
wagi I I 1512 Bush st.
LADY for traveling show: must have $500;
pay. Address box 141. Call office.
GIRL to do housework; wages $10. Call at
store. 863 Bryant st.
MIDDLE-AGED woman for housework. $10 a
m ..r.th. VL>n Bush st.
YOUNG prirl to do light housework and take
iat" of 2 children. iw~ Folsom sstt t
<;if:i. to wash dishes, J-; month, sleep home.
415 Stockton st.
WANTED- Refined, unincumberpd young lady,
71 <"ai. Inst., 402% Geary st.
REsrECT.MU.E old lady to do light work for
ill 619 Eddy st.
WANTED — Girl. German preferred, general
housework: small family; wages $15;. refer-
ences required. SIEVERB, 1401 A Scott St.
YOtTNG girl to assist tn l'<hr housework: !
small family: good home. IMO Vallejo st.,
GIRL for cooking and waiting on table; wages
$20. Call bet 10 and 4. 1608 Bcott st
EXPERIENCED operators on shirts. THE
BRENNER-ULMAN CO., 17-M Battery st.
WOMAN to do gentleman's washing and
mending. ' i 'all office.
MONET loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low interest. Tnele Harris, 13 Grant ay.
DR. W ISK. the ladies' t-peclalist, 1115 Market
Ft ; monthly troubles, etc. On- visit sufficient.
WANTED— Experienced operators on men's
fancy flannel and white shirts; also a lim-
ited nunib-r to sew on buttons; will also
take a few Inexperienced for instruction.
Standard Shirt Factory, cor. Gough and
THR McDowell Dressmaking and Millinery
School Is the b.-^t place to learn: Mechanics'
Fair d.plor^a; patterns cut 25c up. 103 Post.
OPERATORS on flannel overshirts and under-
war, Inexperienced hands taken and tauebt.
Lev! Str.T.iFS" A Co., "21U Fremont St.
LAWRENCE Press-Cutting School. 1079 Mar-
ker st. ; a perfect fit guaranteed without try-
ing on: call and be convinced.
US LARKIN Branch office of the Call. Sub-
tions and want ads taken.
MALE HELP WAITED.
WANTED— Coachman for gentleman's place in
country, $-" per month and found; milkers,
farmers, cooks, waiters nnd dishwashers. W.
T. EWER & CO., ■-•• Clay st.
WANTED- V.i'ine man about 2F> years ol
well acquainted with this city, to drive a '
first-class milk route; salary $3.1 per month.
board and lodging; references required. W.
I-. i:\\ EH I
MARKER a:-.d distributor, country hotel laun-
dry. * ;( " and found; south: reduced fare. C. i
U. HAXSEN a CO.. 108 Geary st.
XEAT. nrst-ciass barkeeper; city references;
nd found. C. X HANSEX & CO
11KAI> and second cook, country hotel. $100:
see party here 10 a. m. C. R. HANSI'.X
a CO., KM Geary st.
50 WOODBMEN to make ties, crosscut sawyers,
splitters and hewers; *c to 10c a tie. C R*
HANSEN & CO.. 108 Scary st.
WANTED— SO railroad tiemnkers for long Job
I to We; virgin timber; pay monthly; tools
advanced; miners. $x day. Apply to J F
CROSETT A CO., •"> Sacramento st.
WANTED— For Yukon, blacksmith, $150 month
board nn>\ fare paid; imist have J,">(mi to
11000 cash; responsible company; arrange-
ments made in this city. Apply to J F
CROSBTT * CO., S» Sacramento st.
WANTI 53 ,i a y 3
ship carpenters. SJ 60 to $3 day. Apply to J
F. CROSETT & CO., G» Sacramento st
WANTED— Manager for subscription depart-
ment of publishing house. |75 to WO; school
furnitur. Baleaman on commission. (Vddlv t>>
J. K. crosett & c. ... 628 Sacramento at
COOK, S.".n. city Job. . .
3 waiters. $2.". and $20: 3 dishwashers. MI'H-
RAY «v READY, 634 and 636 f\;iy st.
2 YOUNG men with some experience to do
carriage painting; see boss here. MTURAY
A RJ|ADY. 534 and 6M Clay st.
wany n.iners to wnrk on sliares
m;|:;av lV READY, m and SM Clay st.
whe|:lwrioht 1 — —
wauled; country shop; s"»> boss here MI'R-
RAVA READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
36 WCODCHOPPERS -- —
wanted, 4-fo"t pine «1 SO, 4-fnot red $1 15
cord, tools furnished; SM Comakers for d'.f-
fereiil place*, Re, '■'•■ and 1 ■ each. Mi'it-
BAY A.- READY, 134 and SM Claj
HOTEL clerk: 4 salesmen; 2 shoemakers
butcher; waiter: ( good in^n for outdoor
work, "'lerks Exchange, 1023 Market.
BALESMAN to sell goods to Oregon trade.
Clerks' ExrhnnKe. 1023 Market st.
FOREM VN • >r paper box factory: surveyor:
draughtsman; floor walker; elevator man: y<
new orders with first-class business I
reported to-day; no cost to Investigate.
Clerks' Exchange, 313 Bush. 1023 Market and
1618 Washington, Oakland.
SHOEMAKERS to gat men's calf uppers, $1:
same price to order; best American. $1 50
SHIRLEY, tB Howard St.
THE richt man to carry side line of glo\-es.
Excelsior Glove Co., 4!3 Market st.
MAN with 1500 for traveling shnw: puarnnteed
Address bo\ 411. Call office.
WANTED — Man to learn barber trade, Amer-
ican or Irish, at 1."42 Market st.
YOUNQ man with experience in the butoher
business. 3143 Sixteenth St., near Guerrero.
HELP WANTED— Continued.
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday; chance
for steady work. 8» Washington st.. Oak-
BARBER for Saturdaj . .'. nd f u "?f y:
15c shop. ror. Twentieth ana Florida
GOOD harher for Sun. lav at the Select.. 1211
Railroad aye., Alameda. Hay station.
WANT] ' barber; g""d wages. 787
Mis-i.i: M I rth. |
WANTED- A barl ''' !iirJ Ft -
I BARBERS wanted, t How * ri s l
GOOD barber wanted for Saturday; wages, $3.
Call early. 630 Fourth st. %
WANTED- Barbers. 207 Fourth st.
WANTED— Barber for Saturday; wages. $3. 227
Second et. Call alter 7 a. m.
WANTED— A barber. 921 Harrison stre«t
WANTED A good barber for Saturday and
Sunday. & J
WANTED— Barber Saturday and Sunday;
wages. 2H Hayes st.
WANT!:;' \c I sec nd * for restaurant.
112 Fourth st.
RECRUITS wanted for the United States
marine corps. United States navy; able-
bodied, unmarried men. between the ages of
21 and 30 years, who are citizens of the
Tnlted States, or those who have legally de-
clared their intention to become such: must
be of good character and habits and able to
speak, read and write English, and be be-
tween 5 feet 5 Inches an! 6 feet in height.
For further Information apply at the re-
cruiting office. 20 Ban Francisco. Cal.
WANTED— Doctor for medicine company;
must have diplomas and lecture. Write with
full particulars to J. O. OLIVER. Grand Cen-
tral Hotel, Sr ckton. Cal.
WANTED— G raJ blacksmith: must
have $600. Box C, Call, lfith and Mission sts.
FIRST-CLASS her,.! waiter for a large hotel,
$S0: state experience, references and height.
Box 554, Call office.
WANTED— TaiIor to buy a tailor-shor. doing
good business. Call at once, 506 Eighth St..
JAPANESE D Bureau; choice help
furnished. 9 Powell st.. room 2: tel. Clay 783.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low interest. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant ay.
PARTNER for pork and sausage store; small
capital; good trr.de. 235 Thil
WANTED— An experienced city salesman.
wnstone Wine Company. 331 Ellis St.
E. SIMON wants 100 men to gpt bottle beer
or v. it free lunch. 643 Clay st.
ROSEDALE House, 321 Ellis— RoOme 2">c to $1
nitrht; *i to $4 week : hot and cold baths.
BAILORS and ordinary seamen wanted at
LANE'S. 504 Davis st.. nfnr Jackson.
MEN'S soleing, . 40c; while you
wait. 63* Market: branch. 767 Market.
BARBERS' Association Free Employment Of-
fice. S. FTJCHS Grant aye.
4 MARKET St.— Branch office of The Call;
want ads and subscriptions taken.
615 LARKlN— Branch ofPcp of The Call; want
ads and subscriptions taken.
SINGLE rooms 10c and 16c night, 75c and $1
week. Ltndell House. Sixth and Howard.
MEN to learn barb.-r trade In eight weeks. S.
F. Barber College. 13SM; Eighth.
ELCHO Huus», b63Vi Market st.— Rooms 20c.
ESc to CO.' nitcht: $1 to $2 week.
ROOMS, 16c to 75c per night; 50c to $150 per
week Oriental. 225 Drumm St.
WANTED— At Montana House, 7C4V4 Mission;
men to take rooms; 10c, 15c and 25c per
night: 60c, 90c and $1 per week.
WANTED, to collect wages due laborers and
clerks. KNOX Collection Agency, 110 Sutter.
TRY Acme House. 957 Market St., below Sixth,
for a room; 26c a night: $1 a week.
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, st»l
runs Denver House. 217 Third st. : 150 larga
rooms: 2*c per night; $1 to $3 per week.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St., near
Market: 200 rooms. ISc a night: reading-room;
frpp 'bus and Viieenc to and from the ferry.
FIRMTIUE \VA:- TEI).
HIGHEST pri?»s to fill new building. g4O Mis-
sion et.; tel. Mint IS2I.
INDIANA Auction Co. Removed to 19 Mont-
gomery St.: hie-hest prices paid. Tel. Davis 71.
WANTED— In San Rafael, modern house or
cottage of 6 to S r<->oms: mu«t be low rrnt and
in good location: state price. Box 4--. Call.
TWO or "■ rooms for h msekeeping. Address
b.'X r.69. Call office.
\Y \ \ TED— M ISCELLA \ KOUS.
"WE buy all kinds of second-hand tools, stoves,
et-. JAMES CURTIN, 1123 Market
SECOND-HAND clothing, dresses, sealskins,
wanted, best prices; Bend postal. 1020 F
ON furniture, pianos; no removal; lowest rates;
no coir. SCRIBNER & CO., 7 City Hal) Sqre.
MACHINERY, belting, pipe, scales, tools, etc.,
bo-.ipht and sold. J. Livingston, 2''>4 Mission.
PAWNBROKER— OId gold, sliver, cast-off
clothing bought. Add COLEM.«K, 41 Third.
FULL set of teeth, $S: painless extraction: see
our combination plnte. thin as paper; war-
ranted 10 years: teeth without plates; crown
and bridge work our specialty; teeth Im-
planted it transplanted: fillings 50c. crowns
all work and warranted.
Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth st.
VAN VROOM electro-dental parlors; painless
dentistry: no sh^ok ; painless extraction a
P< sitive fact; full set of teeth, J" up: stiver
t"i!Mr.»;?. 2.'." up: gold crowns, $3 50 up; your
teeth put in without a plate; open evenings.
887 Market st.. cor. Sixth: 'Phone .less:- 696.
PR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market, nr. nth; no
charge for extracting when plates are made:
old plates like new: teeth from $S
per get; extracting 50c; pas given.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, genuine T.eek dent-
is-t. discoverer of painless; extraction and
patentee of improved bridge work or teeth
without plate, moved from 6 to en o'Karrell.
NEW York dentists Plates $." up: silver fill-
ings, 25c up: srold fillings. 75c up; plates
mended, ?' up: painless extraction, 50
work warranted. 969 Mission, SE. cor. 6th.
$S—FT'I.L5 — FT'I.L set of teeth: best make; kept in
repair; extracting free: nllincrs. 50c; crowns,
$?. 50. Pacific Dental I Third st.
L. A. TEAGUE, A. Cane, F. Teague. removed
to Call buildinp. sixth floor, rooms fTO-607.
\v C. HARDING. M D., 500 Sutler -■
Powell: tel. Main :>:!7.'.; painless extraction.
ALL w.irk reasonable and warranted. PR J.
W. KET, 1320 Market st.
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H C
YOUNG, 1841 Polk st.
COLTON Dental Association. >:06 Market st.
PR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
627 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until !>.30
clock: branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and want ads taken.
20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 per pound.
10 15. 20, 25. 35. 40 per pound.
10, 1.-.. 20, 25. 40 per can.
RUNNING 100 STORES ENABLES U8 TO
SELL VERY CHEAP.
WE GIVE FREE
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA CO.
BUGGIES, wagons, horses, carts bought, sold
or exchanged: cheap storage: 40 horses; must
sell. T. P. NEWELL, ISo2. Mission, cor. 14th.
40 HORSES for sale: also wagons, buggies
carts, harness: Grand Arcade Horse Mar-
ket. 527 Sixth Ft., auction sales every Wed-
nesday. SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers.
■'" HEAD of horses suitable for any business
Old Turk street Car Stable. 1301 Turk st.
4 MARKET St.— Branch office of The 1 all-
"■■: ' ■•■'.-■ and snhcfriinifnrt taken. " ~*j_\'
WAGONS AM) CAIIHIAGES.
SECOND-HAND grocery, "bakery deltvery
wagons 2- wheeled carts, road wagons, bug-
fnd S V^enciTsTs barsains for cash - Fifteenth ;
TOP buggy . new grocery, business buggy and
good 3-spring deli very wagon. 1161 Howard
FINE laundry baker - s and mTlir~wagon3 cheap
for cash installments; 1 fine top and open
( buggy; also 1 hack. 82S Harrison st