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SAN FRANCISCO CALL.
Bt'SnCESS OFFICE of the San Francisco
Of Market and Third streets, open
.. o'clock even- night In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— K7 Montgomery street.
comer Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
ZZO Hayes street: cp«n until tM o'clock.
- treet; open until S:3O o'clock.
mtll S:3O o'clock.
IMI Mission street; open until 10 o'clock.
rner Sixteenth; open
treet; open until 9 o clocK.
- until 9 o-clock.
erol Twenty-second and Ken
tucky ' "■ -"' 1 * "■l '~' : -
CHURCH SERVICES.
t at The Strangers' Sabbath Home
I I (643) Howard St. Metl jdlst-^plscppal '
I a Crunch Bet. ad &jd Sts. Seats Free.
f It K,-v. Dr. John A. B. Wilson. Pastor
ill 1 [ tfU Res. by the Church. Tel. Black 9* I -
[iif"*XsAi A III! rteous cre*-'"nfr > Await yO» ;
[?] l>,MAj UUrJial welcome '
«£??■ *si"T** 11 A. M.. sermon by the Rev. Dr. I
iS ! xd 'Ti J. H. Wythe of Eureka. Offer- |
■* Jtiffik' +-* tory. bar: tone solo, "A New .
Lfiiflßflli 1 "' Heaven and a New Earth" ;
•=r,rie- Mr Anson Hilton: anthem, "O, Give |
Thanks Unto the Lord" (Watson). 7:30 p. m., i
Sermon by the Rev. W. P. Grant who Is to
be transferred to an important church East. |
Offertory, contralto solo, "O, Lord Divine 1
(Nevln) Miss Ethel Perkins; anthem. "Im- ,
manuel" rhayer). Young people's rally. j
C:So. Don't fail to hear these up-to-date men. j
CALVARY" Presbyterian Church, corner Powell
tnd Geary its— Rev. John HemphM. D.D..
pastor. Sen-Ices at 11 a m. and 7:45; topic In |
rvulng. "Apparent Defeat: Real Mctory.
Music In morning— Anthem. "Praise the
Lord " S. P. Warren; offertory. " Hear M .
Prayer." Southard; solos and quartet. Music;
In "evening— Anthem, "Jubilate . -• (t-).
Schilling; offertory. "The Soft southern !
Breeze," Barnby: tenor solo. "■■ U. M. Law- ;
renca. AH are most cordially invited. |
FIRST Presbyterian Church, coiner Van Ness :
tv«. and Sacramento St. -The pastor. Rev.
Robert Mackenzie. D.D.. will preach at 11
a m and 7:45 p. m. ; Sunday-school at 12:45
p. m.: Y. P. 8. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.: prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. All are
welcome to these services.
CENTRAL Mfthodlst Episcopal Church, Mis- •
sion St.. between Sixth and Seventh— Dr. .
Charles Edward Locke, pastor, will preach
morning and evening. This will be Dr. ,
Locke's last Sabbath In this city, as he leaves
this week for his new parish In Buffalo, N. Y. ■
Sunday-school, 1 p. m. , Endeavor, « p. m. |
Peats free. All invited. !
FIRST Unitarian Church, southwest corner of |
Geary and Franklin si Horatio Steb- 1
bins ' D.. minister emeritus. Sunday school
at 10 a. m Morning service at 11 clock. (
Thirty-fifth anniversary of th» installation of .
T> Stehbins. Rev. A. J. Wells and Dr. Steb-
bins will occupy the pulpit. All axe cor- ;
dially invited. Communion service^ j
BEVENTH-DAY Adventlst Church, »14-916 La- j
g-jna st. It. McAllister St. and Golden Gate !
aye -Elder J. O. Corliss, pastor. Services
Sabbath (Saturday); Sabbath-school at 9:4 a
a. m., preaching at 11 a. m. A series of dis-
courses every Sunday evening. Subject to- ;
T'.'Rht, "The Seal of God." Tuesday evening, ,
lecture on "Hydrotherapy." Wednesday
evening, midweek service. Thursday evening,
lecture on "Narcotics" by Dr. F. F. Lamb, 1
free. All cordially invited.
BT PAUL'S CHURCH. California St., neat
Fillmore— Rev. W. Maxwell RelUy, rector;
Rev. A. C. Wilson, assistant. Holy commu-
nion. 7:30 a. m. Sunday-school, 9:45 a. m.
Morning service and sermon by the rector, j
11 a. m. Evening service and sermon, i:3O
p. m. Preacher. . Rev. A. C. Wilson. !
FIRST Congregational Church, cor. Post and ;
Midori sts.— Rev. George C. Adams, D.D..
j.a^tor Preaching and morning service, Rev.
E. S. Chapman. Evening service, Rev. Philip
Coombs.
Fl7isT™<Tiurch of Christ. Scientist, Central
block 2?3 Sutter ?t., bet. Kearny and Grant
aV p. —Christian science Bible lesson fit 11
n: m.; subject. "Matter." Sunday-school for
children at the same hour. Wednesday even-
ins meeting at S o'clock. All are welcome.
NEW Jerusalem Church (Swedenborglan), 1626
O'Farrell si.— The pastor. Rev. D. V. Bowen.
will preach at 1! a. m.; subject, "The Tower
of Babel." Frw library of New-Church books.
No evening service.
WEST SIDE Christian Church. Bush i! . near
Devlsadero— Prei Ing at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p.
ni by Rev". W. B. Berry. - lay-school at j ,
10 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E.. 6:45 p. m. I '
Till" First Divine Science Church M. V. j
Cramer, pastor, piscourse at 11 a. m. . sub- j
irct. "Be Still and Know." Services every i
Sunday In ■ emlti Hall, Native Sons' build-
ing. Mason st., between Geary and Post.
Take elevator.
ASSOCIATION Auditorium, Mason and Kills
sts.— Macs meeting for men only to-day at i
o'clock; address by Rev. L. J. Garver; sub-
ject. •■Silas Marner, or the Transforming
I'.'wer of 1/ove." All young men Invited.
Next Tuesday evening at the Association
Auditorium Bible- class open to everybody, ;
conducted by Rev. H. H. Bell. P.P. I
THE Theosophlcal Society— Public lecture to-
night in Odd • Hows' building, corner Sev-
enth and Market sts.. by Mr. W. L. Ducey.
and Common Sense." Inquirers'
Classes Tuesday at 8 p. m. and Thursday
at 2:30 p. m. Lotus Circle each Sunday at
JJ^a^m.
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MEETINGS — SUNDAY.
a FREE lecture this evnlng at * o'clock on
'The. Wonders of the Hum in Brain," by Dr.
J.lk-pcw Kerg.in (of Drs.K.and X.'s Electric
Sanitarium) at Crystal Hall. Pythian Castle, |
909 Market st.; followed by magnificent views j
of a lour of Pcotlan.l. Those attending this
leoture niiy procure free tickets to the won-
tVrful X-ray exhibition at the Sanitarium on
Tuesday evening next.
6OUL culture meeting to-night 7:30; 11. H.
Brown; 121 Turk, free; class Wed.. 2 p. m. :
Thur.. X p. m.. free; clairvoyant class, i p.m. i
TtK'H., 2."c; class in pa ■■ ■ '■ metry Tues., 3 p.
in ; Thur., 2 p. m., 2.'io; In mental healing. |
Mon., Sat., in a. ni.. free; seances [character
and advice). Mon., 7 to 10; Frl., 2 to 4 and 7
to 10; 10c.
A. O. F. BUILDING • -night, 8 o'clock, 102
O'Farrell St.— Professor Gee, platform test
medium; gives .any convincing tests. Mrs.
Owens, trie famous spirit artist, will be pres-
ent with her line paintings; 10c.
AT Dr. Rines Spiritual Society. 909 Market:
free; 11-U-S: l<*c; will unveil the charter at 8.
Mrs. Seeley, ' gem, Gilllngharn. Davlson; Dr. '
It., 2CI Arlington n.. : lies., 7 ri. . 1 to 5 p. m.
DR. CYRUS RJ TEEDTKoresh) will speak this
evening at 102 O'Farrell St., S p. m.; also
Tuesday evening; admission free.
LARK IN. 117— S p. m. -Church divine spiritual ,
truth. Mrs. Wrenn and others; collection.
LARI< 117— Wednesday, 8 r- m.. Mrs. Briggs
resumes meeting!";; good talent; 10c.
MMi:. YOUNG'S convincing spirit messages
to-night: l.c; come, skeptics. 605 McAllister.
ELECTRO Medical Society will meet at Dr.
Tread well' 8 parlors, 305 Larkln, Sept. 11; 10c.
MRS. HARLAND'S test circle to-night; sealed
k-tters read, 10c: ling! daily. 34 Sixth St.
MISSION. ?i:.R::e room: running water; to
a quiet person only; M . no sign.
A TEST ineptlng Sun. 2 and S p. m.; 10c. 9 A
Gth; Stilt. Bird. V'gars. Arnold, others.
MRS. MENA FRANCIS, independent slate
writing medium. 118 Haight st.
FRIENDSHIP Hall. 335 McAllister; test meet- I
Ing by Mrs. C. J. Meyer, others; 8 p. m ; 10c. !
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MEETINGS — i nl-rerasil Brotherhood.
THEO6OPHICAL Society In America, Mar-
ket St.— Lerture to-night, "Occultism and
Spiritual ism. 'i by Dr. Allen Griffiths; Inter- '
national Brotherhood League, Tuenduy night, I
subject, "Punishment, Punitive and Cor- I
rective."
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MEETING NOTICES.
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1. F. and al~~jT~
M.— The ofllcera and members of the^*\^
tibove nameu lodse ;m> hereby noiHW
lo attend the funeral of our late /xr>
brother, AUGUST HENRY WAGNER, In i
Kins Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple, on !
MONDAY. September 11. IS&9, at 1 o'clock I
p. ni. Master Masons and friends of the de- ;
ceased are Invited. By order of the master.
FRANKLIN H. DAY. Secretary.
I MISSION Lodge No. IC3, F. and A. M. m
OfTlcers and members are hereby notl-^£V
flod to be prerent at tho hall cf tliisTCjf
loi-ijre TO-DAY (Sunday) at 11:30 a. in. / XT >
phnrp, to proceed to Masonic Temple, |
Twelfth street ami Broadway, Oakland (12:3u
boat); nnti there conduct funeral services over
th«* remains of our deoeased brother, PAR-
LAN It. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. By order
of th» W. M. C. D. BUNKER, Sev.
GOLDENiCITY Lodge No. 63, K. of P. it
Members ire requested to attend the n*,
fun'-ral of our late brother, A. H. -J^t-^-"
GIVIN. TO-DAY (Sunday), at Ji£^i
2 o'clock p. in., from Pythian Castle.
GEO. THOMSON. K. R. S.
THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Dairymen's Union of California will be held
bt th» office of the corporation, 124-126-128
Davis ft. on MONDAY. September 11. 189*.
Nt 1 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of electing
On-ctor* for the ensuing year and the trans-
action of mcli other business aa may come
brfor* the meeting. S. 11. CH EDA. Sec.
CIIEAPK.ST and bent In America— The Weekly
mil, I? rages, sent to »ny address In th«
Ur.lt»d Stages, postpaid, for Jl per year.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
iIAGUIRE * GALLAGHER— G. Ma-
g-ulre (ex-Congressman) and James L. Galla-
gher (ex-City and County Attorney) have
moved their law offices to the Parrott build-
ing. 525-E55 Market St.: tel. South 215.
ADVICE free: divorce law a specialty; private;
no fee without success; collections. G. W. '
HOWE, any at law, £50 Market, cor. Stocktn. j
CLARA FOLT7.'. attorney at law, Crocker
bldg.; tel. Black 71, practices in all courts.
L. S. CLARK. Emma Spreckels building, 927
Market: consultation free: no fees In advance. 1
J. R. PARKER. 9:6 Market St., room 67; advice
free; charge low; business pushed.
NAOLE & KAGLE, Attorney «--.;- Law, Emma 1
Spreckels building. 92! Market St.
ADVICE ree: no charge unless successful. W. I
W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market Bt.. opp. Mason. j
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ACCOUNTANTS.
S. K. BALLARD. 411 Cal. St., designs, audits & ;
B"]ii:r<- accounts for corporations &- firms: ref.
;_ ~ ;
DOAKI> AND ROOMS.
HOTEL FAlRMOUNT— Btrictly first-class: 1714 |
Market at., S. F. Cal.: American and Euro- 5
pear, plan; elegantly furnished rooms, single
or en suite; board and room. $1 per day up: I
mites without board. $1 per day; sinnle rooms,
COc; special rates by month, also to tourists.
O'FARRELL, 605, cor. Leavenworth— I-ierye
elegant sunny suites, with excellent board; j
beautiful grounds; reasonable; references.
GEARY, £32— The Lon»"vorth: elegantly fur- j
nished front suite, single rooms, excellent :
board. I
EDDY, 60S— Nicely furnished rooms and board; !.
private; gas; bath; running water; hot, cold. j
HAVES, *671— Nicely furnished room, with
board. In private family; terms reasonable j
to a respectable person.
HOTEL WILMOT, 728 Sutter— Handsomely !
furnished sunny suites, with private bath.
O'FARRELL. 742— Clean, comfortable rooms; 1
good home cooking; special rates to gents.
j
ROOM and board cheap 546 Howard st. j
VAN NESS, 944— Elegantly furnished rooms,;
with excellent board; reasonable^ j
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HOARD AND ROOMS WANTED.
ROOM and board in private family for lady
and two children, aged 7 and 9; convenient
to primary school; state terms. Address
box 2125. Call office. _^ ____— '
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
WIDOW lady with a nice home wants chil-
dren to board: mother's care. Box 209, Call
office. Oakland. '„
WANTED— ChiId to board: best are; no other
children; refs. exchanged; terms $12. Address
one week MRS. BLAKE, box 225, Call.
WOULD like a nice child to board; a good
home. Call at 319 2d aye.. Richmond District.
WANTED— I or 2 children to board at 439 ;
Minna st. ■ j
WANTED— lnfant to board; $10 per month. 210
Lexington aye. ;
BOOKS — NEW AND OLD.
SCHOOL BOOKS bought and exchanged. '
Holmes Book Co.. 704 Mission St.. near Third. ;
BUSINESS CHANCES.
A— sSoo; laundry route, best in city; good for
$600 mo.; good horse and wag will stand In-
vestigation. KREDO & CO.. -- - Geary St.
A— s2»"o; draylng business: best in San Joaquin
Y.-til-' • average profits $300 monthly: old age ,
cause* of sale. KREDO & CO., T'M Geary st.
A— JUO; delicacy and stationery store: $5 dally;
nice living rooms. KREDO & CO., 22V- Geary.
SALOON; best bargain in the city on ac-
count of sickness. McLAUGHLIN & CO..
777,4 Market Bt. 1
$300— WOOD and coal yard; departure cause of j
sale. McLAUGHLIN & CO., 777^ Market st.
5500— MANUFACTURING business; cash sales;
large profits. MCLAUGHLIN & CO., 777»i
Market et.
$100— RESTAURANT doing good business, full
Investigation given, good for man and wife, ]
jame party ran it for 6 years; good country
hotel, 4" rooms
Corner grocery • ■• :
>.;. branch bakery and notion store. B.ITEL, !
lOO&Vi Market st. '::■■"'•:'■ 1
;300_OCEAN VIEW Addition saloon, snap: also '
ir.Hide saloons, for $200, $300. J4"O. $500. 1600.
$400 $1000. etc.: groceries from i'M to $5000.
GERMAN AMERICAN. 34 Kearny st. |
1225— RESTAURANT doing $20 business, Beats
to, four living rooms, roomers clear rent;
must be sold at once on account of sickness;
Investigate. JONES & CO.. Mi Market st
A GUARANTEE of $50 a day to party with i
means, either male or female, to take an In- i
terest In an established business. For partic-
ulars address box 2034. Call. •
WILL Bell restaurant or take partner; business ;
crowding; receipts $40 day. BECK. 535 Market. !
$750— AN old-established corner saloon; side en ■ 1
trance to tamale cafe; fair Ftock; good busi- .
ness: engaged in other business cause of sale. |
'",32 Market st.. room 6.
FOR SALE— S3OO, bakery, confectionery, notion.
coflee and ice cream parlors; rent $10; doing
$260 per mo.; good reasons for selling. Address
J. A. WOODARD. Frultvale aye., Frultvale. j
CASH grocery, dally receipts, $23; rent $15; sold j
nt a sacrifice, owner having to leave at once. ,
Address box 792. Call office. Oakland, |
$Soo— ESTABLISHED store, near Presidio, for
ensh: fruits, ctgars and confectionery; aver- 1
age sales ?20 daily; big profits. Box 2023, Call.
PHILADELPHIA House, opp. California Thea-
ter, 421 Hush st. cor. of Kearny— 4B rooms;
gas. water in every room; price $800^
A CHANCE for house i>a!nter; old-established
business, tools and stock; low rent. i) 26 Wash-
. ington st.
LADY wants working partner with some cash j
in good paying business; security for cash in-
vested. M., 828 Ist Sacramento.
$ljfyv— <"OUNTßY restaurant; opportunity for
man with family. Box 166, Arcata, Cal.
JEWELRY business for sale; good location; In 1
Oakland. Box 2025. Call offlr-e.
RESTAURANT: good location; cheap rent;
good chance for man and wife. 1941 Market.
I7OO—MILK route; 60 gallons per day; 3 horses,
buggy and wagon. 313 Langton st.
BUTCHER shop; good location: cash business;
sell or rent account sickness. Box 2122, Call. ,
RETAIL and wholesale wine business on Mar-
ket St.; widely known and well advertised; !
steadily growing bar and family trade; own-
er completely retiring from line of business; i
rare chance for active party. Communicate at .
once with D. E. N., box 5203, Call office; no !
agents.
FOR SALE— Fruit and oyster Rtand; very I
cheap. Inquire McCLAIN'S, 1576 Market st. 1
PARTNER in a blucksmithlng and wagon- j
making business. Address box 2127, Call.
$400— RESTAURANT, with every convenience;
fine location; good trade; sickness. 1003 Hyde.
FRUIT and candy store; doing good business; j
good location; proprietor sick; terms reason-
able: trial given. Address box 2225,. Call.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO. !
W. CASWELL & C0.'8\412 Sacramento st.
PRIVATE boarding house: II rooms; all full;
north of Market. Box 1341, Call office.
GOOD paying Inside route for sale; this paper.
Apply (-all office.
FOR sale— Good paying inside route on this
paper. Apply Call office.
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CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
A BARGAIN— Family horse, buggy, harness,
robe, whip. 1222 Stelner st., cor. Eddy.
BUGGY wanted: also horse for business; rea-
sonable. SPECK & CO.. 687 Market St.
SORREL mare and bay colt cheap; for buggy.
71 . Mission St.. in hat store. „,.■,
ONE delivery wagon carrying one ton; top and
business road buggy, good as new. W. E.
SHAW. 1621 Market st.
100 SETS second-hand harness; wagons, carts,
buggies, surreys and horses. 1140 Folsom st.
ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness,
etc. cheap. EGAN & SON. 2117 Mission st.
CARPET HEATING AND CLEANING.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-
beating Works. 253-357 Tehama St.; tel. S. 40.
LAST and best. Sanitary ' Cleaning Co., "for
health." 542 McAllister st. ; phone South 146.
J. MCQUEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.,
458 Stevenson st.; tel. South 228; lowest rates.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. <C 2 Sutter St.;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM. Proprietor.
CARPETS cleaned at 80 per yard; laid at 30.
STRATTON'S, 3 Eighth st. ; tel. Jessie 944.
J. E. MITCHELL Carpet Cleaning Co., 240 14th
St.; cleaning, Sc per yard; tel Mission 74.
CONKLIN'S Carpet ting Works. 131 Golden
Gate art.; tel. East 121. ,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALIj, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1899.
CLEANING COMPOUNDS.
TTTICA Cleaning and Toilet Compounds and
Compound Paste; a household bles^ng; a su«
cure for poison oak. SAMUEL .SEIMUIiM,
Agent. Office and factory. 21 Spear st.
Clairvoyants and siiritualis.m.
MFIS DR <"LARK, medium and clalr-
the' well-known trar.cn medium and clalr-
vovnnt may be consulted on all affairs of
life While entranced she will reveal every
hidden mystery: she will show you how to
overcom m your enemies: remove family trou-
bles; restore lost affections; unites the sep-
arated: recovers lost, stolen or burled prop-
erty; locates treasures and minerals; tells
your' entire life, past present and future
While In a perfect trance; perfect action ,
guaranteed by mail; send stamp for c ircula r,
with special terms. MRS. DR. F. CLARK,
1C23V4 Market, nr. Oth . Always consult the beat.
MME. PORTER wonderful clairvoyant and
" card reader born with double veil and second ,
Eight- diagnoses disease; full life readings,
ladles. 50c: Eent^Jl^Blttlngs, $1 50. 126 Turk.
C STEERS, "medium, U2M Oak St.: circles
Tues. 8 p. m.; Thurs., 2 p. m.; »2oc; read- I
Ings $1. I
MME. LANGE, queen of clairvoyants.ll67 Mar- 1
' ket, bet. __ and Bth; fee 25c up; satisfaction.
C V MILLER, materializing seance to-night
8 o'clock, 600, 409 Leavenworth St.
KATIE HEUSSMANN'S sittings dally. fl;
cymbol; circlet! Frl. evenings. 25c. 641 Jessie. j
MME AUGUST. 1149 Mission St.. clairvoyant,
card reader and palmist; truth or no pay: .oc.
MRS'EHRHORN, clairvoyant and healing by
. faith: meetings Tues. & Thur. cv. 226^ Clara.
MME. LANGE. queen of clairvoyants. 1164 Mar- !
ket, bet. 7th and Sth: fee 25c up; satisfaction. |
MME. HANSON, card reader • and palmist: j
past, present, future; 25c. 148 Sixth at., r. 12.
GYPSY life reader, returned with renewed i
power in spiritualist reading; 25c up. 6 itn.
MRS .1 3 WHITNEY, trance test medium,
life' reader, medical clairvoyant. 232 Stockton.
YOUR future told by cards. 25c: daily, 10 a.
m. to 10 p. m. ; Sun., 7 to 10 p. m. 105 Larkin.
MME MOREAU. the best medium and card]
reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth St.. near Mission. |
MRS C.J. MEYER. 335 McAllister, tests dally ex-
cept Wed.Sat.;2&Bp.m..loc&2sc;slttlng3 dally.
MME RAVENA reads life' fluently; business
advice; names given: Be up. 5 Fourth st.
MME SYBILLE. cradle to grave; future hue-
band's picture. 25c; ladles. 914 O'Farrell st.
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COLLECTION OFFICES.
GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency: no charge un-
less successful. Room 310. 927 Market St.
COTTAGES TO LET.
ALMOST new cottage of 4 rooms. 3272 Fol-
S"m St.; rent $10; key at 350 Precita aye.
COTTAGE; $10; 4 rooms; large yard and base-
ment. 22V6 Rlngold St., bet. Bth and Bth.
LOVELY cottage of 6 rooms; bath; garden:
convenient to 2 lines of cars. 1187 Noe, nr.2sth.
SUNNY cottage, 5, 6 rooms; corner flat, 7 rms.; ]
bath, gns; cheap. 1876 15th St., nr. Dolores.
$11— BAY-WINDOW cottage; 4 rooms. 162*1
Devlsadero St., near Suttci\ |
$10— BAY-WINDOW cottage; 4 rooms; water |
free. 105 Collins St., near Geary. !
COTTAGE 5 rooms and bath; first-class condl- !
tlon: gas: $16; large ynrd. 3524 Nineteenth st.
< OTTAGEB- KIKMSHEI).
COTTAGE 5 rooms; furnished complete for I
housekeeping; piano; $15. 32 Dearborn St.. |
oft Seventeenth, near Valencia.
DENTISTS.
A— DR. T. S. HIGGINS' dental parlors. 927
Market St., over Cafe Zlnkand— Teeth extract-
ed without pain by the use of electricity, gas
or chloroform; also by local anaesthetics ap-
plied to the gums; the best and most artistic
dental work at reasonable prices; pure gold
fillings from $1 up: other fillings from 60c:
bndly decayed teeth carefully treated and
filled or crowned without pain: plates that fit
from $4 50 up- flesh colored plates from $3 50
up: teeth without plates a specialty; open
evenings and Sundays.
A NEW anesthetic for painless dentistry,
Synol, on application to the gums, removes
the pain; see our flesh-colored plates, thinner
' and stronger than rubber, warranted for 20
years: crown and bridge work; teeth with-
out a plate; fillings, COc; crowns, $3 50; plates,
full set, $5: all work painless and warranted.
Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth St.
AT the ELECTRO-DENTAL CLINIC. 809 Mar-
ket St.. cor. 4th, rm. 7, Flood bldg., you can !
have your extractions done painlessly; teeth
without plates our specialty; gold crowns.
$3 EO up; plates, extractions free. $4 50 up; of-
fice hours. 9a. m. to 10 p. m. : Sundays, 9 to 2
p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON. M. P.. Manager.
DR GEORGE W. LEEK, 20 O'Farrell St., ex-
tracts and fills teeth painlessly by his wonder-
ful secret method: crowns. %2; bridges. $4;
rubber or flexible plates, }3: received 8 first
prizes; no students; guaranteed 12 years.
VAN VROOM— Painless extraction by electric- I
ity; guarantee 10 years: lowest prices; 10
operator!: : no students. 997 Market St. ,
DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market St., near |
Eleventh; crowns, bridge work and fillings a
specialty: all work reasonable: gas given.
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. G. j
YOUNG. 1841 Polk st.
MEYER, 6 Turk; Deutscher Zahnarzt; crown j
and bridge work: open Sundays, 9 to 12 m.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cent*— The Weekly Call.
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DRJGSSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES
LATEST patterns Just arrived from New York I
at McDowell Dressmaking School. 1"3 Post
EDUCATIONAL.
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shorthand, typing, ' languages. telegraphy,
English branches, civil and mining engineer-
ing, assaying, blowpipe, geology, mineralogy, 1
surveying, etc. electrical engineering— theory,
practice, design, construction, mechanical
drawing; 25 teachers; Individual Instruction;
200 graduates annually placed In positions;
Students can enter for any course any time; j
no entrance examinations; new 80-page cata-
logue free.
A NIGHT School for Men, Y. M. C. A., Mason
and Ellis sts. — Open* October 2. Business and
industrial course— Shorthand, typewriting.
bookkeeping, electricity, mechanical and
architectural drawing, German, Spanish,
English, grammar, mathematics, elocution,
commercial law, physical culture classes, etc.
A membership privilege. Call or send for
school catalogue. Tuition within reach of all.
TRAINING SCHOOL
FOR NURSERY MAIDS.
A course of Instruction covering eight
months Is offered; for particulars apply from
1 to 3 p. m. 1214 Hyde st.
AYRES 1 Business College, 723 Market at., short
hand, typewriting, bookkeeping, writing Eng-
lish telegraphy, under qualified teacher; low
rates; life scholarship, $50; catalogue.
A— THE Lyceum, accredited preparatory school i
for the universities, law and medical colleges;
day and evening courses; references. Pros.
Jordan or any Stanford professor. Phelan big.
M. G. BARRETT, a leading court and general
reporter (graduate of State Normal), Instructs
in shorthand; pupils by mall. 302 Montgomery.
ACCOUNTANTS and reporters as teachers;
Ellis system; sunny rooms; low rates: day,
even. San Francisco Bus. College, 1236 Markt.
ENGINEERING School, civil, electrical,, min-
ing, mech. survey, assay, archl. :day and even.;
est. 1864. VAN PER NAILLEN, 933 Market.
. LADY, experienced high school teacher. Uni-
versity graduate, teaches In families. 854
Adeline St.. Oakland.
SHORTHAND in 2 weeks or year's tuition
free; pupils by mall. R. 30, 122 Turk fit., S. F.
SINGING— R. OGILVIE. vocal studio. 1623
Scott st., near Post, for terms; dally.
PIANO and German; pupil of conservatory of
Leipalc; lessons, "Re. 220 Golden Gate aye.
j SINGING, piano; Paris grnrl. : French, Spanish,
$2 mo. 630 G. O. aye., r. 5-7; hours 2 to 8.
LAW Schools. 927 Market, S. F.. and 905 Broad-
way. Oakland; day and night; correspondence.
MISS Guadalupe Vallejo teaches Spanish and
English; competent; translations. 1512 Cal. St.
"EXPANSION" the order at DURHAM'S Bus-
iness College. 305 Larkin St.. opp. City Hall.
BOOKKEEPING, arlthmetlc.grammar. writing;
day and night; terms low. 1024 Mission. nr. 6th.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES.
I ORPHEUM Employment — Japanese. Chi-
nese. 426 Powell, nr. Sutter; tel. Black 1321.
JAPANESE-CHINESE Emp. Agency; all kinds
help. GEO. OAK], 30 Geary St.; tel. Grant 56.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — FEMALE.
' FIRST-CLASS German cook desires a situa-
tion; best reference; city or country. MISS
H. CULLINAN, 323 Sutter st.
I FIRST-CLASS seamstress and chambermaid
, desires a situation; best reference; city or
country. MISS H. CULLINAN. 323 Sutter st.
1 FIRST-CLASS Swedish cook desires a situa-
tion; reference. MISS H. CULLINAN, 323
i Sutter st. ; phone Main 651.
FIRST-CLASS chambermaid and waitress de-
sires a situation: city or country; reference.
MISS H, CULLINAN, 323 Sutter st.
AN American woman from the East would. like
a position as working housekeeper in small
family of adults; is a good cook; best refer-
, ences; city or country. Address box 2031, Call.
EMPLOY! ENT WANTED FEMALE.
YOUNG lady from the East, well educated, ex-
perienced housekeeper, wants position as
housekeeper and governess to small . ia.rn.ly
living in country; references. Box 2130, -all.
A YOUNG lady desires position for general of-
fice work; bookkeeping, shorthand and type-
writing; can give good references; small
wages. Address box 2123, Call. -■"■■-■ -
DRESSMAKER; thoroughly competent; perfec-
tion in fitting and trimming; costumes re-
modeled; latest styles; $1 25 per day. Address
box 2029, Call office.
YOUNG lady going to Hawaii wishes position
as companion and maid; free fare for service.
Apply ; 150 Cook St., off Geary.
LADY piano teacher will give lessons for the
us* of pia.no to practice on a part of a few
days In the week. M. M.. box 2017. Call.
MIDDLE-AGED, respectable widow wishes a
situation as housekeeper in small family or
will take care of. invalid; call. MRS. WIL- ,
SON, 1932 Mason st.
FIRST-CLASS finisher on vests; also improved
apprentice; steady work. 6 Eddy St.. room 91.
REFINED lady wishes to travel as. companion
or with a family; can give best of references.
Address box 2125, Call office.'
COMPETENT dressmaker wishes engagements
in families; terms $1 25 per day; references.
2fiS Golden Gate aye.
DRESSMAKER; stylish fit guaranteed: even- •
Ing dresses a specialty: $1 50 per day. Ad-
dress box 2012, Call office.
GERMAN woman wants housework, washing
and ironing. 1651 Howard St.
COMPETENT laundress would like to do work ■
in exchange for two partly lurnlshed base-
ment rooms. Apply 234 Van Ness aye.
THOROUGH fitter on tailor suits wishes en-
gagements; terms, $150 per day. 402 Mason.
AN American lady wishes a situation as house- j
keeper or light housework of any kind; city j
or country. Please call or address 263 Thir-
teenth st.
LADY wishes position as housekeeper In wid-
ower's family; would assist children with
school studies and music. Address 1529 How- 1
aid ft. I
A MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes situation as \
housekeeper where there are children; Ger- 1
man preferred; wages $14 per month. Apply
2312 Clay st. . '
2 EASTERN girls desire positions as cook and
second girl; best references; country pre-
ferred. Box 2249, Call office.
A YOUNG French lady wishes a situation as
chambermaid In American hotel. Bx 2033. Call.
GERMAN woman wishes plain sewing to do at
home. S2l Mission st., room 1.
WANTED— Position in photograph studio by
young lady to tone, print, develop or mount.
Address BLANCHE SMITH, 629 Jones St.,
Oakland.
YOUNG woman will take curtains to wash at
home, or flannels. Address F., Call branch
office, 300 Hayes st. 1
ELDERLY lady wishes situation as cook: good I
references: no objection to short distance In !
country. 772 Seventh, near West, Oakland.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket; 200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 night: $1 50 to $6
week; convenient and respectable: free 'bus |
and baggage to and from ferry. I
i A BRANCH ofrice for Call advertisements and j
subscriptions has been established at 1036 Va- j
lencia st ■_
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages, in wrapper, for mailing. *"1 per year, j
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EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office;
best help. 414»* O'Farrell st ; tel. East 426.
WANT situation; steward or manager In small
house, with references; wide experience; good :
reputation; great ability; sober and econom- I
leal; capable to (111 any vacancy in the house; ,
will go anywhere. GEO. STALL. New York
Exchange, San Jose. I
SITUATION wanted by a sober, reliable young >
man as. coachman or groom; thoroughly un-
derstands his business; is a fine driver. Ad-
dress box 2027, Call.
YOUNG man, 23. desires position as assistant
bookkeeper or clerk; has 2 years' experience;
salary moderate; good references. Box 201 S.
Call. .
MILKMAN— As milk wagon driver; thoroughly
competent; three years' city experience on
double-team routes; Al driver; 23; references;
object, good home. Box 8118, Call.
YOUNG Danish man wishes situation as coach-
man and gardener; can milk; handy with 1
tools; temperate habits: good references.
Address P. LUND. 360 Seventh St.. Oakland. j
YOUNG man wants situation taking care of
horses, cows, garden; good driver; handy with
tools; references. Box 2117. Call.
MAN and wife want work: man. first-class
milker; wife, good cook. 4427 Mission road.
i A GERMAN. 50 years, single, wishes to work i
around house; understands the care of horses
and cows; is also handy with tools. Box
2245. Call
A MIDDLE aged gentleman from the East de-
sires light, clean, out-door work; no objection
to country. Box 2124. Call.
TRAINED nurse and masseur desires evening
engagements. Box 2120, Call office.
CHINESE first-class cooks and laundrymen
want situations; city or country. CHINESE
COOK, 623 Davis st.
JAPANESE schoolboy wants situation in a
good family. Box 2024, Call.
SITUATION wanted- by first-class coatmaker.
Address SIMON DALALIAN. Fresno. Cal.
WINEMAKER and cellar foreman, with 15 |
years' experience In leading wineries of Cali-
fornia wants like position; best references.
Address room 6, 337 East Fourth St., Los
Angeles.
YOUNG unmarried man wishes position as
/clerk or barkeeper in hotel; years of experi-
ence; best of references; city or country.
Box 2110. Call office.
I A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st. ___________
EXPERT OPTICIANS.
GEORGE MAYERLE, German expert optician.
107 m Market St.. San Francisco. Exam, free.
EXCHANGE.
FOR exchange— Lot GOxIOO, 2-story building. 6
fiats. 4 rooms each, all In first-class repair,
located In Oakland, street work complete,
exchange for Improved ranch in hay counties;
send full particulars, price and location what
you have to offer, otherwise not noticed. C. |
F. MOORE. 935 Market St.. room 6. !
FLATS TO LET.
A 4-ROOM flat; 128 O'Farrell St., cor. Powell,
nr. the Orpin-urn; $12. Apply 16 Grant aw
A LOWER bay-window flat: 4 large rooms,
bath. yard. 714 Franklin st., nr. Golden Gate.
CLAYTON, 872, south of Frederick— Modern
sunny flat, 5 rooms and bath; cheap.
FLAT hunting made easy with the printed
list you tet from BALDWIN & HOWELU.
10 Montgomery st.
I FOLSOM. Parlor floor flat. 3 large rooms,
yard, bath, hot water.
FULTON. 2422— Fine 6- room flat; bath; oppo-
I site Golden Gate Park; rent $16.
| MODERN flat of 7 rooms; porcelain bath: new
plumbing and improvements; $35; 817V4 Geary
St. Apply to LANDRY C. BABIN. 413
Kearny st. . ■
MODERN flat with large stable; reasonable. 5
Camp St.. near Guerrero and Sixteenth sts.
JESSIE, 14E4. bet. 13th and 14th— Upper flat, 8
rooms, hall and cellar; no children.
THIRD, 417%— Latest Improved flats: Ist. 8 rms.,
2 kitchens, 2d, 7 rms.. one kitchen; new build-
Ing: both double bay-window sunny suits.
TO let— 4 rooms; furnished or unfurnished; N.
W. corner Post and Hyde sts. Inquire 805V4
Geary st.
TWO flats, 3313 and 3315 Twenty St., near
Valencia; 3 rooms and bath each.
TWENTY-FIRST, 8239. bet. Mission and Va-
lencia—Sunny flat; 6 rooms, bath, garden, cel-
lar; rent $19 50.
$9— UPPER flat. 4 sunny rooms. 377 Sanchez
St., near Seventeenth. "SV.%
UPPER flat of 4 rooms; large yard and stables.
2 Hay ward St., off Harrison.
2 NEW flats, sunny side view, 8 and 9 rooms,
bath, laundry, fine garden. 1014 Thirteenth
St., near Scott.
$16— NICE flat of S rooms, bath; healthy loca-
tion. 3439 Sixteenth St., near Sanchez.
i CHOICE sunny flats; 6 and 7 rooms, bath;
sanitary plumbing. 1336-1340 Fell. nr. Baker.
CHEAPEST and best In America— Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address In tha
United States or Canada one year for $1,
postage paid. ; - ,';.:,■:>. • ■,?'■•
FLATS TO LET FURNISHED.
NICELY furnished flat of 4 rooms and bath;
sunny yard. 11l Fell St.
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
TAPESTRY Brussel carpet sewed, laid and
lined, 25c to 60c; linen warp matting, 15c per
yard this week only. EASTERN OUTFIT-
TING CO., 1810-1312 Stockton st.
4 ROOMS furnished In oak for $48 50, with No.
7 range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
FURNITURE WANTED.
WANTED— carpets. furniture, etc.: highest
price paid; postal. M. Sllverstein, 1121 Market.
2ND band-Highest cash prloe paid. 869 Mission.
* . . . ■
HELP WANTED — AGENTS.
AGENTS— sell the latest invention for
producing a brilliant and cheap light; the
"best" incandescent vapor gas lamps; thou-
sands being sold; price within reach of all;
largest factory of the kind in the world; ex-
clusive territory given hustlers. The Best
Light Co., Canton, O. __________
AGENTS wanted— Economy harness riveter:
every farmer takes one; with horse and cart
our country agents make $200 per month; Bend
$1 for sample and terms. Foote Economy Co.,
37 Banchet St., Los Angeles, Cal.
MEN & women to travel & appoint agents;
salary $75 mo., expenses; rapid advance-
ment: brilliant opportunity. Address, with
ref., BUTLER & ALGER, New Haven, Conn.
RELIABLE agents wanted. National Mutual
Maturity Co., room 209. Examiner building.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
C. R. HANSEN & C 0.... GRANT IS3
2 waitresses, Dunsmulr, see party here, $20;
head waitress, $25, Bakersneld; 2 waitresses,
Bakersfield, $20, fare here; waitress, Vailejo,
$20; waitress, Salinas, $20; waitress. Lathrop,
$20; waitress. Hanford, $20; waitress, $25, city,
room out; 5 waitresses, city hotels, $20; 4
waitresses, city restaurant. $5 to $6; chamber-
maid to wait, Pescadero, $20; chambermaid to
wait, city, $20: laundress, hotel, city, $-5; 1
manners. $20; cashier, restaurant, city, $6 a
week; cook, restaurant, Newman, $30; lunch
waitress, $50. C. R. HANSEN & CO..
C. R. HANSEN & CO.... PHONE GRANT ISS
Protestant girl for cooking and downstairs
work; no windows to wash; small washing
for family of three.
C. R. HANS EX & CO.. 104 Geary St.
40 GIRLS for general housework, city and coun-
try, $10 to $25. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 104
Geary st.
HOUSEWORK, Alameda, $20, In family; must
have good reference. MISS H. CULLINAN,
323 Sutter St.
TWO chambermaids and waitresses, San Ma-
teo, $20 each; second girl, sleep home, $18. j
MISS CULLINAN, 823 Sutter St., phone Main
651.
YOUNG girl to assist housework, sleep home,
$12; French nurse girl, $20. MISS H. CULLI-
NAN, 323 Sutter St.
CHAMBERMAID, city hotel, $15. MISS H.
CULLINAN, 323 Sutter st.
HOUSEWORK, Menlo Park, $25; Raymond, I
$20, free fare; Alameda. $20: Oakland, $20:
Belvedere, $20; San Rafael, $25, and several
other towns; a number of housework girls, |
city. $25, $20 and $15; 10 young girls to assist,
$10 to $15: 10 waitresses and chambermaids,
city and country, $20 and $25; 4 second girls,
$20 and $25 each. MISS H. CULLINAN, 323
Sutter st.
WANTED— 3 German cooks, $30; cook and
second girl, $40; Protestant cook, $30; 4 sec-
ond girls and nurses, at $20; waitress and
parlor maid, $25: 6 hotel and boarding-house
cooks, $25 and £30; also a number of wait-
resses for the city and country, $20 and $25;
housework, $20 and $25, city and county; also
a number of girls for the city and country
for all kinds of work. J. F. CROSETT &
CO., 310 Sutter st.
WAITRESSES registered tree at HOTEL GA-
ZETTE, 26 Montgomery St.. room 12.
WANTED— lady to Join trapeze team;
experience not necessary; weight not over 125.
Call 420 Sixth St.. room 24. bet. 6 and S p. m.
Sunday. MRS. J. CAMPBELL.
EXPERIENCED operators on white goods,
ladles' neckwear; also two tuckers; good
wages; steady work. BAUER BROS. & CO.,
21 Sansome st.
WANTED— pants finishers on cus-
tom pants; steady work. 411 1 ; Kearny St.;
top floor.
YOUNG lady to learn retouching: good pay
when proficient;; Instructions 6 weeks; $10.
Box 2127. Call.
2 ACTIVE girls wanted at St. Nicholas Laun-
dry. Seventeenth and Folsom sts. i
YOUNG girls to sew on buttons in factory- j
NEWBAUER BROS., 18 First st.
WANTED— -•■■-: 1-- sewer for hand and ma-
chine. 1423 Polk st.
GIRL for light housework. $10 to $15, according
to experience; no children; good home. Call
2509 1 ; j: Bush st., near Scott.
WANTED— Neat young girl; housework ; small
family; call to-day; car fare returned. 2060
Green st.
WANTED— Reliable girl, assist house and chil-
dren. Address box 2015, Call office.
WANTED— Young girl apprentice to learn the
hair trade. S. STROZYNSKI, 24 Geary st. j
Al MACHINE hands on neckties; none but
first-class operators wanted. Box 2013, Call.
WANTED— An experienced apprentice on cus-
tom coats. Apply 923^i Folsom st.
WANTED— GirI to care for children; wages $10
to $12. 1."32 O'Farrell st.
FINISHERS and apprentices. 449 Minna st.
WANTED — Waitresses. Fairmount Hotel.
Market and Fell stp.
A GOOD girl for light housework; wages $10.
2777 Twenty-fourth st.
MIDDLE-AGED lady to do light housework;
wages $12. 642 Minna st.
WANTED— A Waitress at 619 Sacramento St.; j
no Sunday work.
WANTED— Neat young girl for housework.
' 2109 Leavenworth st., near Filbert.
— .
OPERATORS, finishers and apprentices on cus- i
tom coats. Bet. 10 and 12 a. m., 40 Ellis, r. 54.
GIRL to learn pants making; paid while learn-
ing. 110 William st., off Geary, nr. Taylor.
$3 TO $6 a day made at home. Call at 47214 j
Thirteenth St., Oakland.
GOOD finishers and operators on coats. 956
Washington st., Oakland. j
EXPERIENCED hand sewers wanted. BUS-
HY GLOVE FACTORY, 207-203 Sacramento.
EXPERIENCED operators on ladies' under-
skirts; a few apprentices. A. AARON, 673
Mission st.
GIRL, German preferred. In family of 3; tend
baby and help In housework. 547 Turk st.
WANTED— GirI for housework; wages $15;
plain cooking. 819 Golden Gate aye.
WOMEN and girls— Apply Immediately. CALI-
FORNIA CANNERIES CO. LTD., Branr.an
St.. between Third and Fourth.
EXPERIENCED canners wanted; apply Im-
mediately. CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO..
LTD.. Brannan St., bet. Third and Fourth.
! GIRLS'. GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!
LEVI STRAUSS & CO., S2V4 Fremont St..
are putting In the very best sewing ma-
chines nnd will take in several hundred more
operators on overalls; good wages. Apply to
MR. DAVIS.
YOUNG girl or young man to wait at lunch
table from 12 to 1 d. m. 150 First st.
PANTS finishers and operators on coats; good
wages. MI Market st.
FIRST-CLASS finisher on coats: steady work.
Call to-day 354 Geary st. iHs-vS-i
GOOD woman to do plain cooking In country,
$20. Apply 839 12th. near Harrison.
WOMEN and girls wanted to work on fruit at
376 San Jose aye.
TAILORESS as finisher on pants. 6V4 Kearny
St., room 18.
S. F. dressmaking school; practical method:
also fine dresses made to order. 104 Kearny.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
BOXMAKERS; highest wages paid; apply Im-
mediately. California Canneries Co. Ltd., 425
Brannan st.
WANTED— Men out of employment to know
they can make wages cleaning carpets with-
out taking them up. Formula for sale, W.
HOLBROOK. 85 Ninth st., upstairs; call
Monday bet. 10 and 6; see work demonstrated.,
HONEST boy. about 14 years old, to learn gun
and locksmith trade; live home. Box 2003,
Call.
WANTED— A man to deliver and collect;
salary $60 per month; security required:
must be willing to work small towns and
country. Central, 3943 Market, Philadelphia.
SALESMEN wanted— Quick selling legitimate
side line; small samples; liberal commission.
Manufacturer, P. O. box 112, Aurora, 111.
BARBERS' Protective Union— The only legal
organised union on the coast. J. J. HEINZ)
Employment Secy., 630 Market, downstairs!
MAN wanted to care for a ' crippled man 11
a day and board. Call before 9 o'clock a. m
9 Hopeton Terrace, off Washington, bet!
Stockton and Powell.
AN apprentice with experience; good pay while
learning. CHICAGO CLOCK CO.. 1814 Markt
WANTED— By a larze wholesale house, an
office boy, about 17 years old; must reside
in this city with parents. Address In own
handwriting. Box 2021. Call office.
WANTED— Two good men. Apply at 22 Post
St., from 7:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.," 11th lnst.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MURRAY ALREADY"."" PHONE I MAIN 5548
Leading Employment and Labor Agents,
WANT TO-DAY FROM 7 A. M
I". MECHANICAL HELP ............
Harness-makers Upholsterer and clerk
Carriage painters...' Mill bench hands
Wood turners .'...Coopers for winery ,
Setter for sawmill ..'.Band sawyer
Sash and door makers Cabinet makers
Wages for above are $4, $3 60, $3, $2 75 and
52 50 day. 'BLACKSMITHS
BLACKSMITHS
5 blacksmiths and horseshoers and helpers
for shops dredgers, etc., $3 day, $50. $40 and
S-: and round. MURRAY & READY, 634-636
Clay st. _____
CARPENTERS ENGINEERS ETC
12 carpenters, 20 miles from San Francisco, 5
hours' work, it months' job, free fare........
$3 day and tound
I 2 plain carpenters for a ranch, fare $1 50....
{40 and found
2 carpenters, city Job, 8 hours $2 - r 0 day
3 carpenters for a manufacturing company,
fare 60c •• 3 uav
i Night engineer, ranch, fare $1 50 — ..........
* ' , $60 and found
Donkey engineer for woods, fare $2 ••-•••• !
$30 and found
Fireman for a mine $ -
MURRAY & READY. 884-886 Clay St.
..................TO THE MINES
6 more miners, single hand ••••• •••
24 laborers (no experience), fare $l_2o ?w
25 laborers (no experience), fare $2 50..........
$34 and found
20 laborers ' (no experience) $ 63
MURRAY & READY. , 634-636 Clay St.
MACHINISTS . . . . . . ........ . BOILER-MAKERS
' 2 boiler-makers, country, steady jobs ; ._......
2 machinists, country, steady Joba $3 day
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay St.
™* A JJ.°™*f?!xsf>- SHIP • MONDAY
To 38 sawmills and woods in California
189 men for different positions (no experience
required); wages $26. $30,. $35, $40 and found;
I 50 different classes of work; you will suit.
We Pay MURRAY & READY.
Your Fares 684-638 Clay st.
.......TO THE FARMS AND DAIRIES
128 farm hands, steady jobs
$35. $30, $26 and found
6 plow teamsters, fare 25c $30 and found
10 milkers $30 and $25 and found
6 she.»ijh"rder9, fare $150, steady Job
i $25 and found
| "" " "MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay St.
i FREE.. ...WE SHIP YOU FREE FREE
i To every railroad in California (but one) :
Stone masons, concrete masons, laborers, |
teamsters drillers, hammersmen, etc.; wages
from $3 50 day, board and lodging $4 50 week.
(The one we don't ship to is Coast Railroad).
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st.
..HARVEST, FIELDS AXD HAY BALING..
$3 50 day.. 19 strong men to bale hay.. s3 50 day
Derrick forkers, sack sewers,', hoedowns,
cleaner tenders, fork driver, etc., $2 50, $2.
$1 60 day and found. MURRAY & READY,
634-636 Clay st-
FRUIT AND GRAPE PICKERS— S3O and found
562 men and boys (no experience required) for
all parts of California; fares from 70c; office
fees, $1. 50 strong boys or men to cut beet
tops. $30 and found. MURRAY & READY,
634 and 636 Clay st.
" 7.T7.T. MARRIED
Blacksmith and wife for a dredger, $70 and
found
3 farmers and wives, $40
4 cooks and wives, $50
2 gardeners, $35 2 milkers and wives, $40
Bartender and wife, $40
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
CHOREMEN AND BOYS
36 choremen and boys for farms, shops, fac-
tories, manufacturing companies, learn 8
different trades, cash and errand boys, $30, i
$26, $25, $20, $15, $10 an.l found and by the |
week. GARDENERS, COACHMEN. MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay St.
ERRAND boy; $3 a week, for office of MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
GOOD WAGES GETS GOOD HELP
54 two-horse teamsters, free fare $2 25 day
25 four-horse teamsters, fare $130 $60
35 laborers, fare 60c, manufacturing Co $60
3S laborers, fare 50c. no experience $60
25 drillers and hammersmen, free fare
$3 and $2 75 day
4 laborers, private, fare 2Co $60
12 laborers to go north $63
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
STONEMASONS— STABLEMEN
14 stone and concrete masons, $3 50 day: 9
laborers, same job, no experience, $60; slate
Splitters, block makers; 7 stablemen, city and
country. $30, $25 and found, $40. MURRAY
_ READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
IN SAN FRANCISCO
35 two-horse teamsters, $2 and $1 75 day, $40
and $26 and found
25 laborers $2 and $1 75 day, $30 and found
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
TO SAWMILLS AND WOODS
Shingle joggers, lathers, jack screwers, shin-
gle Jointer, crosscut sawyers, tree fellers and
50 other jobs for mill and woods; wood chop-
pers, tlemakers, shingle bolt makers by the
hundreds — tools and food found, fare paid,
$2 60, $2, $175, $1 cord; 12c each: $SO, $75, $60,
160, $40. $30 and found. MURRAY _. READY,
634 and 636 Clay St.
BARTENDERS .... BAKERS .... LAUNDRY
2 bartenders, city $30 and found
5 laundrymen $35. $30, $2. and found
2 first hands. 7 second. 6 third hand bakers
I and boys to learn trade, $40. $35, $30, $25. $20,
| $15, $10 and found. MURRAY & READY, 634
and 636 Clay st.
HOTEL DEPT READ THESE
34 cooks $55, $50, $45, $35, $30, $25 and found
27 waiters $35, $30, $25, $20 and found
55 dishwashers $30. $25, $20, $15 and found
3 pantrymen and 6 porters, 5 bell and elevator
boys, $30, $25. 520, $15, $10 and found
Broilers, second and third cooks, cooks and '
wives. Above jobs are for hotels, restaurants,
saloons, institutions, mines, camps, ranches,
etc. COME AXD SEE.
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
$50— PARTXER wanted; will net $100 a month
each. 149 Third st. G. C. TERRY.
WAXTED— man to make beds and work
around boarding-house. Southwest corner
Bay and Webster sts.
DISHWASHER wanted, $20 a month; night
work. 15 Third st.
DRUG clerk wanted. Address, stating experi-
ence, qualifications and references, box 2014,
Call office.
WAXTED— boy for this office-; $2 50. a
week; also errand boy who can wrap goods
for a store, $4 a week. J. F. CROSETT &
CO., 316 Sutter st.
SERVICES of young man % hour a day in ex-
change for business education. Durham's
Business College, Supreme Court building. !
WANTED— A cabinet maker to work In a fur- i
niture store; must understand varnishing and
polishing. Address box 2011, Call.
YOUNG men to Join "The School of Watch- :
makers"; object, to learn trade; terms, $5
per month. 211 Montgomery aye.
EXTRA lunch waiter; used to coffee house
work. 612 Kearny st.
WANTED— Night cook and extra waiter at
125 Seventh st.
TAILOR on custom coats; also apprentice,
paid while learning. 115% Harriett st.
FIRST-CLASS men to work In brickyard.
South San Francisco, San Mateo County.
WANTED— good shingler. Apply to 2203
Pine st.
GOOD coatmaker to work Inside. 2809 Green-
wich st. : ■■:■- .
GOOD dishwasher. 269 O'Farrell St.; call
early.
BOY wanted for grocery store; reference. 730
Bush St., corner Mason.
DISHWASHER. Apply 448 Third St.
WANTED— Shipping clerk; Rive experience,
reference and wages expected. Box 2252, Call.
WANTED— Good coat and vest maker. Apply
Phelan building, room 181.
RANCH hand; must be a good milker. Twin
Peaks Dairy, Corbett road.
GOOD cook; $12 a week; call early. 18 East
street. ■ '■;
BLACKSMITH'S helper on wagon work. 637
Brannan et.
EXPERIENCED driver for bakery wagon. 836
Valencia st.
WAXTED— A potwasher. 907 Kearny st.
WANTED— Young man handy in coffee house.
607 Clny St.
WANTED— cook. Call at 212 Second st.
at 5:30 sharp-
LUNCH man, German preferred. 1053 Market
street.
COOK wanted at the Manhattan House, 825
Battery st.
TO Tailors— coatmakers wanted. Apply
at 11 a. m. at the Stevenson-street entrance,
CHARLES LYONS, London Tailor, 721 Mar-
ket St.
PARTNER wanted by a good banjo and guitar
player. Box 2114, Call.
MEN wanted to learn barber trade In eight
weeks: only Institution teaching the tonso-
rial art; constant practice; expert instruction;
lectures on dermatology; Sat. wages; positions
guaranteed; call or write for Illustrated cata-
logue. Mohler's Barber College, 633 Clay St.
. WANTED— Cook who can handle short orders,
prepare dinner and bake bread for country
. lunch counter. Address box 2243, Call office.
• WANTED An able bicycle repair man; must
! be. unmarried and • furnish rood references.
Address P. O. box 205, , San Mateo.
i FOR pensions, any claim against U. 8.. see
. SHERWOOD, room 612, Examiner building,
i Ban Francisco.'
■ SAILORS and . ship carpenters for Europe,
: Ilawatla.i Islands, Manila. Alaska. New York.
V. LANE, Shipping Agent, 501-506 Davis St.
HELP WANTED — MALE.
OFFICE open Monday 7 a. m. phone Grant
185. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 101 Geary st.
150 GRAPE PICKERS $1 and found
Large, strong boys and men to pick grapes,
no experience required, for Fresno County;
cheap fares •-•
2 to 3 months" work. C. R. HAXSEX & CO..
104 Geary St., Employment Agents.
SOLDIERS wanting work on the railroad as la-
borers, teamsters or tunnelmen, at wages of
$1 75 to 52 75 a day, can secure It from us
free of any expense to the work. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 104 Geary st. _
FREE FARE AND FEE FREE
For railroad laborers, teamsters and tunnel-
men wages $1 75 to 52 75, for the Coast Rail-
road. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 104 Geary st.
30 TEAMSTERS, $2 a day, board $4 50; 8 men
to timber a tunnel. $2 a day: 10 laborers, $1 75
- it av Free Fare
For the' Valley road. C. R. HAXSEX & CO..
104 Geary st.
HARNESSMAKER, $1 25 a day and found; free
fare. C. R. HANSEN & - P.. 104 deary St.
MARKER and distributor, $40 to $50 and found,
country hotel; washer. $30 and found. C. R.
HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary st.
WOOD worker. $2 50 a day: blacksmith. 52 50
a day; 2 men for Jr. Mon. hay press. Uc;
buggy washer, $25 and found; 14 almond pick-
ers $1 and found; 4 men for a Bait works, $1
a day; man about place, $30; plow hand,
$30 and found: cabinet maker, $2 o0 a day;
2 carpenters, city, ?2 50 a day.; 5 box nailers,
piece work.
8 laborers for dry work on a reservoir $2
a day board $4 50. C. R. HAXSEX & CO..
104 Geary Bt. •
BUTCHER country shop. $40 and found. C.
R. HAXSEX & CO., 104 Geary at.
NIGHT clerk and tend bar, country hotel;
$20 and found, experienced young man. C.
R. HANSEN & CO., Geary St.
EXPERIENCED hotel porter, curtains, car-
pets furniture and baggage; references; $',0
and found. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 104 Geary.
NEAT boy, about 15, for bellboy: no experi-
ence; $7*50 and found. C. R. HANSEN &
CO., 104 Geary st.
3 WAITERS $9 a week; waiter, $10 a week;
waiter $40; 2 waiters, same country hotf-I.
$20- 2 'waiters, same country hotel, $25, fare
advanced.
Cook $60 and found; cook, restaurant, $*;.-.;
potwas'her, hotel, $27 50; vegetable cook,
hotel $35; cook, country hotel, $10 a week:
silver-man. $20: scrubber, hotel, city, $20;
country hotel. $20 and found.
Bellboy hotel city, $15: 2, $10 and found,
each. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 104 Geary st.
WANTED — A good reliable middle-aged man.
energetic and not afraid of work, for work on
a small dairy, chicken and hay ranch; one
who knows the business. Write to D. H.
HITCHCOCK. HllO, Hawaii.
WANTED— First-class painters to buy lot and
: pay part In work. THE MCCARTHY CO.,
646 Market st.
GOOD sober barber wanted for evenings, Sat-
urdays and Sundays. 529 Fourth St.
500 PAIRS men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 562 Mission St., bet. Ist and 2d sts.
HIGHEST price paid for cast-off shor--. cloth-
ing and tools. S. BERKOWITZ, 524 Pacific.
FOUR good hustlers; good salary to right par-
ties. 200 Poet st.
GET your shoes half-soled while wait 25c
to 50c. 562 Mission St.. bet. Ist and 2nd sts.
JEWELERS— Bush St., room 4. third floor.
GENT'S fine calf shoes to order, s:' 50 up: sole-
ing, 20c to 35c; heeling, 15c up. 923 Howard st.
WANTED— Teamsters to drive scrapers; wage 3
$1 75 and $2: board, $4 50 per week. Apply
E. B. STONE'S camp, near San Pablo station,
on Valley Road.
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House, 217 Third st. ; 150 large
rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per week.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisement* and
subscriptions has been established at 10*0 Va-
lencia st.
TRY our 15c meals; best In city. 406 McAllis-
ter st.
MEN and women to learn barber trade at S. F.
BARBER COLLEGE. 138H: Eighth st. -
PENSIONS— H. SHEPAPD & CO.. attor-
neys, Hearst bldg., Third and Market.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for coast and
Australia at HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st.
200 SINGLE furnished rooms. 10c. 15c and 25c
per night. Llndell. 6th and Howard: read. rm.
SINU-.E rooms. 15c. 20c, 25c i r night; 75c, $1
to $2 50 week. Elcho House. S63M. Market st.
TRY Acme House. 957 Market ?V. below Sixth,
for a room; 25c a night: $1 a week.
BERBERS' Progressive Union; free employ-
m't. H. Bernard. Sec, 104 7th; tel. Jessie 152.
WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket; 700 moms, 25c night; reading room; free
'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
CHEAPEST and best in America— Weekly
Call. 16 pages, sent to any address in the
United States, postpaid, for $1 per year.
HOUSES, LIVE STOCK, Etc For Sale
40 HORSES for sale; a'so wagons, buggies,
carts, harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market,
327 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednesday,
SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers.
FANCY carriage, saddle and road horses. DAL-
ZIEL. Veterinary Dentist. 605 Golden Gate nv.
HOUSES LODGING — FOR SALE.
H_ C. DECKER, 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth.
48 rooms on Market st.; rent $75 $1,800
48-room hotel in Oakland 2,600
SO- room house; clears $300 2,5"0
20 rooms on Eddy St.; must sell 600
26 rooms; corner; apartment house 1,600
11-room house; one floor 350
32 rooms; 2 fronts: clears $250 2.200
60 rooms: elegant corner; clears $500 3,750
7-room flat; $150; 8-room flat 3.".0
110 rooms; fine corner; clears $600 6,500
36 rooms on Market St.; clears $200 1.450
MONEY TO LOAN OX ANY HOUSE
ABSTRACTS SHOWING CLEAR TITLE.
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St., opp. Fifth.
LIST of lodging houses from 10 to 100 rooms
sold and exchanged; money loaned at l^j per
cent. EITEL. 1008% Market st.
— NEAT lodging house, 14 r. & b. ; nicely
fur.; paying well: X. Mrkt. Box 2032, Call.
$325— LODGING-HOUSE; 16 rooms; always fill-
ed: rent $45. Call 129 Third st. •
HOUSES TO LET.
— HOUSE; 4 rooms', bay-window, basement,
chicken-house, stable. 210 Sunnyside aye.,
close to power-house.
FINE hoube, 6 rooms; bath, basement and
good stable. 1109 Shotwell st.
2-STORY corner house of 6 rooms; bath, large,
well lighted basement; marine view. 2333
Leavenworth St., corner Chestnut.
$40— New modern 10-room house on Waller St.,
between Pierce and Scott sts.
HOUSE hunting made easy with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL,
10 Montgomery st.
$11— HOUSE of six rooms and bath. 735 Laurel
Hve.. near Turk and Buchanan sts.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st.
HOUSES WANTED.
WANTED— To rent, with view of purchasing,
a modern, small house on Van Ness aye.. be-
tween Geary st. and Pacific nve. Address
GEORGE DANIELS. San Mateo :
WANTED immediately by private family, flrst-
claEs sunny house; must have eight bedrooms.
Address box 2016. Call office.
HYPNOTISM.
POST graduate hypnotic school-hospital. 325
Ellis; fee with private room, board and
treatment. $15 a week.
LOST AND FOUXD.
LOST— Short-coated St. Bernard. 1916 Val-
lejo St.; receive reward.
LOST— Liver and white pointer dog; sore on
left leg. Return to 233 Franklin St.. reward.
BLACK and white Esquimo dog; reward. 612
Ellis st.
FOUND— A fraternal emblem. Call at 1096 Va-
lencia st.
MEDICAL.
DR. WONG WOO, herb doctor; Chinese tea
and herb sanitarium, 764-766 Clay at., San
Francisco: all diseases cured exclusively by
Chinese herbs, over 3000 varieties being used;
advice free; hours, 0:30 to 11 a. m., 1 to 3
and 7 to 9 d. m.
MRS. DR. KOHL, ladies physician. 1122 Mar-
ket St., bet. Mason and Taylor; hours, 9 to 5.
MRS. DR. WYETH, ladles' physician; consul-
tation free. 942 Post, bet. Hyde and Larkln.
MRS. DR. GWYER, ladles' physician. 610
Eddy St.. bet. Hyde and Larkln.
MRS. DR. DAVIES. ladles' physician. 1-23
Market St.. between Taylor and Jones.
DR. POPPER, ladles' practical physician for
37 years. 318 Kearny st.
MRS. DR. WEGENER. ladles' ohyslclan: medi-
cated baths a specialty. 1312 Golden Gate aye.
MRS. ALLEN, ladles' physician. 228 Van Stag
aye.. bet. Hayes and Grove; 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Vn. WONG HIM. herb doctor, treats all dis-
eases of th- human bcdV. 115 Mason st.
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