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THE SAN FRANCISCQ CALL; SUNDAY. JUNE 1, 1UU2.
D^f.p WA STED— FRM A I,R— Ton.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S.. Phone Grant 1S3
HOTEL DEPARTMENT •--••••;•
Head waitress, cafe. Los Angeles (no Sun-
day work), must understand arm and check
work, fare paid $ 10 *?.**
Head waitress, nice place J""»\n'in-
10 waitresses, springs, fare one way..$10-*-J
Chambermaid, springs, 12th month, fare one
30* waitresses." * city " and "commercial i^ 1^
CnamDerma"id"to wait." country hotel, "fare paM
' 3 waitresses, Arizona, "free fare *I " * * * «HR
. Man and wife, cock and helper, resort »<>•>
2 waitresses, same place il-
Forelady.' laundry, must understand marking
and distributing ? 10 w , e
Assistant laundress, summer resort, laie
Laundress, city •-"
2 waitresses. Santa Cruz, fare one way...j-«
Woman and daughter, working housekeeper
country hotel ;™
2 waitresses. Santa ruz, fare one way : ...»-^
Restaurant waitress $« ween
Woman, day work, steady place, no Sunday
work $1 day
.l FAMILY DEPARTMENT
Nurseglrl, care of small children, nice place,
$15-$20; young girl, assist care of children.
$10; 5 places nurseglrls, $10-$20; cook and
second girl, same American family, city, $4«>;
houseglrl to assist, nice American family,
$15. In fact we have many places for cooks,
housegirls. second girls, nursegirls, city and
country, best of wages, call • and see us.
C. R- HANSEN. & CO 420 Bush st.
(Opposite California Hotel, bet. Kearny st.
and Grant ave.)
STENOGRAPHER willing to travel California
to Maine; beginner preferred. Box 233, Call.
THOROUGH course in millinery. $1 per week; I
day and even, class. 143 Stockton, room 13.
A YOUNG girl to assist with general house-
work; no washing; sleep home. 3573 20th st.
COOK for a children's institution; good wages;
references required. Box 539, Call.
EXPERIENCED operators and finishers on
gents' white shirts. Rogerson's, 535 Valencia.
FIRST-CLASS waist finishers: also sleeve
finishers wanted. COX. 1514 Pine st.
LADY of indomitable energy, possessed of self-
assertion: good opportunity for right party.
F. PERSON, room 412. Parrott building.
LEARN proofreading: sits, secured, $15 to $25
wkly. Home Correspondence "School. Phila.
GIRLS, be your own boss; earn $15 to $20 per
week with private customers; hairdressing.
manicuring, massage, hairwork taught In 2
• weeks: price $3 50; employment guaranteed:
class day and evening. 233 Geary, rms. 13-15.
Hairdressing. manicuring, massage, bleaching,
dyeing, hairwprk; splendid position In stores
and with private customers, $50 to $75 mo.; 2
weeks $5; day, ev. classes. 1236 Market, r. 04.
WANTED — Experienced jacket and skirt hand3
on alteration work. Apply between 8 and 11
a. m. at HALE BROS.'
GIRL for general housework; 3 In family; good
wages. -775 Haight st.
PANTS operators wanted by S. N. WOOD A
CO. Apply at factory. 27 Geary st.
WANTED— Experienced shlrtmakers. EAG-
LESON & CO.. 535 Market st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
AT THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT
59 3d St., near Call bldg.: phone Bush 403.
....Teamsters and laborers for railroad....
TO ALL POINTS IN NEVADA
Free fare Free fare
Office fee fl; no other expenses
100 teamsters ?2 25 to $2 50 per day
100 rock men ?2 25 to $2 50 per day
100 concrete men and laborers.. $2 25 per day
SPECIAL TO-DAY (SUNDAY)
Free fare Ship to-day at 12 m.
Mendocino County Big Sawmill
50 railroad laborers. .826 per month & board
12 sawmill and woodsmen
$26 to $65 per month and board
SHIP TO-DAY FREE FARE
FOR LUMBER WOODS
Full crew for new lumber camp; 50 barkers,
crosscutters, chain tenders, Jackscrew men,
timber fellers, swampers, $40 to $60 per
month and board.
2 head setters $3 per day
10 lumber pliers $40 per month and board
5 carpenters, company work, long job. . . .
$:; 30 per day
5 structural steel men $3 50 per day
2 teamsters, ranch, $35 per month and found;
10 men to pick cherries, $1 day and board:
50 hay hands. $1 25 to $1 50 per day and
board; man and wife, small ranch. $46 per
month: 5 women to pack fruit. $1 25 per day.
Office open to-day (Sunday) till 12 m.
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 638 Clay.
Phone Main 1191.
700 teamsters, concrete men, rock, men,
steam shovel dumpers. .$2 25 to $2 50 per day
FREE FARE. SHIP TO-DAY.
To Wadsworth, Rokeby, Battle Mountain,
Palisade and Carlln. Ship direct, fee $1.
175 railroad men; S. P. Co.'s own work.
COAST ROAD. FREE FARE. SHIP
To San Luis Oblspo. Edna, Cuesta. Goleta.
SPENSE. BRADLEY and SAN ANDRO.
15 men for Santa Fe Co.'s own work..$l 73
32 boys to learn trades $4 to $9 per week
17 laborers, mine, north $2 per day
52 laborers, mine, south.. $2 to $2 50 per day
20 .quarrymen '. $2 per day
10 'wood choppers $2 50 per cord
4 men to clear land $30 per acre
1 Iron molder $3 per day
2 carriage blacksmiths $3 per day
1 carriage painter $3 per aay
1 cook, Nevada, see boss here, 10 a. ~,
.' $45 per n th
Cooks, waiters, etc., city and country
1 bellboy, call 10 a. m. to-day.. $15 and board
2 milkers for Oregon
Many other positions. Call and see our
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S 429 Bush st.
Between Kearny and Grant ave.
Free Fare Free Fare
For Nevada * For Nevada
NEW RAILROAD WORK
2000 teamsters, laborers, rockmen and con-
crete men .$2 and $2 25 a day
Machinist for R. R. camp $75 and found
4 carpenters to make concrete forms
$3 50 a day
Harness maker, R. R. camp $40 and found
2 camp waiters $30 and found
FOR CHATSWORTH PARK
500 tunnelmen, drillers, muckers and out-
side laborers $175 to $3 day
- Free Fare Free Fare
Head cook, resort. $80; 6 dishwashers for
springs. $30 and $25; dishwasher for water-
ing resort. Santa Cruz, $25; ; yardman,
springs, $25 *. ..
Opposite California Hotel
C. R. HANSEN & CO 429 Bush st.
WANTED — Farmer and wife, $50; gardener or
man about place and wife, $50. Apply Mon-
j day to J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 334 Sutter st.
A— HOTEL GAZETTE. 20 Montgomery, rm. 12.
Fireman, hotel. $25; cleaner, help porter, $25-
pantryman, $33; porter. $25; clerk. $15.
WANTED — 5 miners. $60 per month and board-
4 laborers. $45 and board, for furnace; 3 la-
borers, $45 and board, for sawmill; 2 firemen
$60 and board, for Knox & Osborn furnace'
Apply 722 Laguna st. to-day, bet. 10 and 12
a. m. FRANK A. MAHON.
TAILOR shop foreman wanted: must be a
first-class practical tailor, capable of taking
entire charge of workshop for making fine
class custom garments; to right man fine po-
sltlon; give full particulars. Box 219. CaJK
WANTED — Young men. women, boys girls to
write for our new system of earning prem-
iums and cash prizes. Pleasant and profitable
occupation. Costa you nothing; everything
furn. free. Biltmore Contest Dept.. 536 CalU
MEN to learn barber trade; only requires two
months; constant practice and expert Instruc-
tion: catalogue free; special inducements thla
month. Moler System College. 635 Clay st.
WANTED— Young man to assist stock clerk
In household goods and kitchen utensils-
MANUFACTURING CO.. Santa Clara. Cal
BARBER shops and rooming houses supplied
with towels. 40c per 100. Yosemlte Towel
Supply Co.. 708 McAllister; phone Kate ™G?
WANTED — For restaurants, cooks Wfl !»„,..
j Porters, kitchen help; no Ut.BWuSS^l
WANTED— Grocery clerk: good wages; must
have references. M. D. MEYER & CO Geary
and Devlsadero sts. • o<sar y.
WANTED— Experienced liquor salesman- Ger-
man preferred; references required- oi<i»£
tabllshed house. Box 547. CaU office
TRAVELING salesman for Calif, to sell ratoti
trade: attractive, salable line- esti hiu^J
high rated house. Box 225. Detrofy Milh!^
W "^ N vE?P~-; A y ?? nK man to keep a plain set
BRIGHT ( young man about 15 to learn retail
• shoe business. Box 237, Call office?
HEALD'S^SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING — Theory, demonstration, construc-
tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly
practical; day and night. 24 Post St., S. F.;
catalogue free. ' ¦
A — IF Gregg stenographers are not fast writers,
how do they all get positions and hold them?
34 positions In March, 32 In April; Ellis book-
keeping makes real bookkeepers.. S. F. Busl-
nets College. 1236 Market st.
GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE
conducted by experts; best combined short-
' b.and and commercial course to be had any-
where; indorsed by official court reporters.
1382 Market st.
HEALD'S SCHOOL QF MINES, 2i POST ST..
S.' F. — Thorough courses; complete equipment:
all subjects pertaining to mining and mining
engineering; day and night: catalogue free.
A — THE LYCEUM, an accredited preparatory
* school lor the university, > law and medical
colleges; references. President Jordan or any
Stanford professor. Phelan building. .
LADY of exceptional position going to Bey-
reuth. Wagner festival will chaperon 5 young
ladies for European trip. Address P. O. box
224. Denver, Colo.
ELOCUTION; acting; reasonable terms; have
excellent positions for lady, two gentlemen
and little child. Apply Sunday p. m. and
: after, 6A Hyde st.
PRIVATE lessons In Gorman. Polish and
French. MME. A. v. RADOSZCWSKI. 235
¦ Seventh £t. .
•Address Ayers' Business College, 723 Market
-. St., for their new catalogue; it Is free and the
; nicest in the State. Life scholarship $50..
ENGINEERING— Civil, elec, mining, mech.sur-
: vey, assay, cyanide; day, eve.; est. 1S64. Van
:.'. der Nalllon School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
ACCOUNTING^-Mcst thorough course on coast;
beginners and college graduates perfected.
TARIt. expert accountant, 219 Parrott bldg.
GOLDEN Gate Com'l College, 530 Golden Gate
•ave., S. F. — Sp'ring, summer term shorthand,
bookpg.. penmanship; poslt'p when qualified.
CALIFORNIA Business College; most thorough
modern methods; positions for all graduates;
new 60- page catalogue free. 305 Larkin st.
ACTING, elocution., specialties; Hallet School:
associated with theatrical agency securing po-
sltions. ' Alcazar building. 120 O'Farrell gt.
LEARN ad. writing: terms reasonable. CALI-
FORNIA AD. SCHOOL. 234 Montgomery st.
Chicago Business College. 1435 Market, nr. 10th;
Plttman shorthand, typing, bookkeepg; $6 mo.
Harpist, only teacher West, desires pupils. Mme.
Carusi, Hallet School Acting. 120 O'Farrell st.
GIVEN free: mandolin,' violin, guitar or banjo.
by taking- 20 lessons. 50c lesson. 1484 Market.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc.; day or eve.; $5 mo. 1024 Mission. nr.Oth.
SHORTHAND taught by mall or personally,
MISS M. G. BARRETT, 302 Montgomery st.
VIOLIN, mandolin, guitar. Prof. MERKL good
teacher, 1008 Mission; instruments selected.
H E A LD' S Business College, 24 Post St., S. F.;
founded 1863; new 80- page catalogue free.
HELP WANTED — FEMALE.
A WAITRESS for restaurant, $8 a week, no
Sunday work^a waitress and parlormaid. 2
• In family. $25: a laundress to help In house-
work, $25; a. cook for Jarge family, $35: 40
housework girls for city and country. MISS
PLUNKETT. 425 Sutter St.. near Powell.
A MAN and wife for a milk dairy, $60; a man
and wife for private family In country, $50;
a man and wife for small ranch place, $45 to
$30. MISS PLUNKETT, 425 Sutter St.,
A YOUNG, strong Irish Catholic girl as kitchen
maid in a private family, $25. MISS PLUN-
KETT, 425 1 Sutter st.. near Powell.
WANTED — 3 cooks, country, ?30, $35; 2 par-
lormaids, city and country, $25, $30; 4 sec-
ond girls', $20. $25; 3 waitresses for springs,
$25, go to-day; cook, small resort, $40: kitch-
en maid, country, $25; north German nurse
girl, $25; 2 housekeepers. $20, $25; waitress,
mining camp. $25; 55 girls for housework In
city and country, $20, $25, $30. Apply to J.
F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter st.
A— HOTEL GAZETTE, 26 Montgomery, rm. 12.
Chambermaid. $20; office open Sunday 10-12.
OPERATORS and a number of bright girls
will be taken for Instruction on overalls, with
a stated amount guaranteed to beginners.
Standard Shirt Factory, cor. Gough and
LADIES! — We want a good representative in
each locality and offer any woman who will
work a position which will easily pay $18
per week. This Is no deception and if you
can spare only two hours per day. address
THE WOMAN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT CO.,
Box B, Joliet, 111.
LADIES to learn, barber trade: only two
months required; special offer this month;
hairdressing taught in four weeks; catalogue
free. MOLER System College, 635 Clay st.
WANTED — Ladles to make lace for us at their
own homes; easy work; good pay; lessons
free. Apply this week. to Torchon Lace Co.,
36 MetroDole. 6 Turk st.
WANTED — Expert stenographer, one having
had experience in wholesale work preferred;
state salary and reference. Address box 550,
WANTED — A refined. Intelligent and educated
young lady to act as an attendant in a busi-
ness office; state wages and references. Box
THE art of millinery taught in your own home
by competent Instructors; bound volumes of
lessons given. 1236 Market St., third floor,
room 56. • ¦ •
WANTED — Young lady to pose for artist; ex- i
perience not necessary: short hours; good sal-
ary. Box 540. Call office.
COMPETENT woman past 30 to travel for
wholesale house; state age and experience.
Box 204,. Call.
A MIDDLE-AGED lady as governess and
housekeeper for refined small family. Apply,
¦ with full partlcularei box 235, Call office.
WANTED — Young lady for camera department:
must have experience in carmera goods. Ap-
ply superintendent's office, "Emporium.
WORKING housekeeper for bachelor apart-
ments; light work; state age, salary ex-
pected, etc. Box 230, Call office.
•OPERATORS on muslin underwear; beginners
taught and paid while learning. BAUER
BROS. CO., 21 Sansome st.
WANTED — Elderly woman to assist' In light
housework: $5 per month; good home. 711
RESPECTABLE young women to train as In-
fants' nurses. A,pply Matron, 913 Golden
YOUNG girl wanted to learn dressmaking;
paid while learning. 845 California st. .
WANTED — Experienced saleslady. Address
box 551. Call office.
WANTED — Lady cashier; give experience, ref-
erence and wages expected. Box 206. Call.
FINISHERS on' pants and apprentices to
learn operating. 541 1 Market st.
A REFINED lady to travel. Box 223, Call
GIRL for housework; 3 in family. 2012 Sutter
A GIRL for light housework; sleep home; 271
Jersey st. ¦
BRIGHT slrl wanted to keep stock. 636 Mls-
slon st.. 3d floor.
EXPERIENCED hands on ladies' underwear;
good pay. 656 Mission St., 4th floor.
EXPERIENCED hands on ladies' waists; good
pay. 656 Mission St., 4th floor.
TUCKERS on automatic' machine; good pay.
656 Mission- St., 4th floor.
BRIGHT 1 girl to make herself useful In manu-
facturing business. 636 Mission st., 3d floor.
WAITRESS wanted at 204 Sixth st. \
WANTED— Lady subject to travel with lady
hypnotist. A., box 209, Call office.
WANTED — Women and Kirls to work on fruit.
1731 Folsom st.
DRESSMAKING, waist hands. Improvers and
paid apprentices. Call 1603 Geary st.
WANTED — Young woman tfor kitchen in res-
taurant. Apply 2S81 Sixteenth st.
STEADY girl to assist with light work In
bakery. Apply 2052 Mission st.
WANTED — Experienced saleslady for cloak and
eult house;, good wages. Box 229, Call.
WANTED — Housekeeper, country. Address
Box 5, Sunol, Cal. ¦ -•¦:-¦- > ¦
WANTED— .Girl to attend and wait In saloon.
70 Jackson st. • . •
/ .- — ' i
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY TO LEARN
HOW TO SEW. OVERALLS; WE TEACH
YOU FREE OF CHARGE AND PAY WHILE
LEARNING: STEADY WORK; GOOD PAY.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 32% FREMONT
ST. ; MR. DAVIS.
WANTED — An experienced talloress for bushell
Ing department S. N. WOOD & CO.. 713
Market st; •% . ¦ -
AN experienced nurseglrl to go to the country
with a family for a month;' $15. Apply to
429 Bush street. ¦
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1. I. O. <^f8EC^
O. F. — Initiation and election of B*r*TOy
officers MONDAY EVENING,
June 2. Everybody welcome. "JW»v^
¦__ WM. B. AYER. N. G.
THE ninth grand annual day and |^<7tj- l
night picnic and" barbecue of the LSU
Croatian Benevolent Society Zvoni- *ff/«ir
mir No. Cl. N. C. S.. w411 be held 3Jgg£l
TO-DAY (Sunday), June 1, at Glen \P3/'
Park. Barbecue (kastradine I *s55<,
kupusa) from 12 m. to 3 p. m. -~
Dancing from 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. Over 200
. cash prizes will be raffled at 6 p. m. Mission
(yellow) and San Mateo cars direct. Admis-
sion, 25c; children free. Games, fun and
enjoyment for all. Society will leave on a
special Mission (yellow) car via Broadway
and Kearny, starting from the ferry at 10
a. m. Bring your friends with you.
FOURTH of July at Shell Mound . CT^
Park. Berkeley — Twenty-first grand A« ABWJ
annual gathering and tames of the >fvVX*fig
5. F. Scottish Thistle Club: new t^*
features; great programme. •
JOHN H. McINNIS. Royal Chief.
GEORGE FUL^ERTON. Recorder.
THE California Debris Commission having re-
ceived applications to mine by the hydrauli-j
process from Sam Ahtye, in the Secret Dig-
gings Mine, near Laporte, Plumas County.
Cal.. to deposit tailings in worked out pit
draining into Clark or Slate Creek» and from
P. J. Sheridan and E. N. Ekel, in the
Lancha Plana Mine, at Lancha Plana. Aina-
dor County. Cal., to deposit tailings In worked
out pit draining Into Mokelumne River, gives
notice that a meeting- will be held at room
06, Flood Building. San Francisco, Cal., or.
June 16. 1902. at 1:30 p. m.
ANNUAL Meeting — The regular annual meet-
ing of the stockholders of the Olympic Salt
Water Company will be held at the office of
the company. 327 Market st., San Francisco,
Cal.. on MONDAY, the 26th day of May,
1902. at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m... for the
purpo;\» of electing a board of directors to
serve for the ensuing year, and the transac-
tion, of such other business as may come be-
; fore the meeting. Transfer books will close
en Friday. May 16. 1902. at 3 o'clock p. m.
CHAS. A. GIBSON, Sec.
Office, 327' Market St.. San Francisco. Cal.
The above meeting has been postponed
until Monday, June 2. 1902, at 3 o'clock p. m.
CHAS. A. GIBSON. Sec.
. ApOPTION. . :: 1 1.
A GOOD home open for a girl babv, 1 or 2:
years old. DR. EMILE FUNKE, 1410 8th .
st., Alameda. •- ; . . .: v :.-
AGENTS W ANTED.
'WANTED — Book salesmen and others to com-
pete for $1000 prize to be paid for naming
new publication; no charge for: contesting.
Send 10c for eighty-pag-e prospectus. Prize
awarded July 1. EMERSON PRESS, 111
Fifth ave.. New York City.
SALESMEN wanted; big salary or commission
paid to sell our goods by sample: wholesale
or retail. Address CAN-DEX MANUFAC-
TURING CO.. Buffalo, N. Y.. United States.
AGENTS — Do you want something more profit-
able and easier to sell than books' or lnsur-
ance? F. PERSON, room 412. Parrott bldg.
ATTORXEYS AT L AW.
R. W. KING. atty.. Examiner building, room
613; all cases; damages, estates, wills, mort-
gages, partnerships, attachments, collections,
etc.; legal papers drawn; consultation free;
no advance charges; open eve's; call or write.
ADVICE free; divorces a specialty: quick, quiet;
no charge without success; established 10 yrs.
G. W. HOWE, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.
ADVICE free; open every evening; low fees;
all cases. J. M. THURSTON. 819 Market st.
ADVICE free: no charge unless successful : all
casea. W. W. DAVIDSON. 027 Market st.
L. S. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bldg.. 927 Mar-
ket st.: consultation free; no fees In advance.
BICYCLES — For Sale or Exchange.
ALLEN has best bicycles made; all prices; call
before buying; repairing, tires, bells. 301
Larkin. 3C5 Market, 1968 to 1974 Page.
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
PRIVATE refined family (2 adults) would like
child to board; terms low. 1610Vi Bush St.;
: phone Polk 2797.
ONE or two children to board: cood home;
best of care; reasonable. 895 Oak st.
BOOKS NEAV AND OLD.
BOOKS of all kinds bought; libraries purchased.
H. C. Holmes. 1149 Market; tel. Howard 1946.
WE have several nice restaurants and chop
houses for sale cheap. Coast Real Estate
Co.. 783^ Market st.
RESTAURANT; sales $70 per day guaranteed:
rent $40; free water; price $2000. Coast Real
Estate Co.. 7S3% Market st.
WE have lodging-houses, various kinds, for sale
I cheap. Coast Real Estate Co., 7S3M; Market.
$250 — SNAP: real estate office located on Mar-
ket St.; old established business. The Coast
Real Estate Co., 783 V^ Market st.
$2000 WILL buy an old established coal and
wood yard; average profits $200 per month;
large stock on hand. Coast Real Estate Co.
783% Market sj.
j $800 WILL buy 20 acres of fine fruit, wheat
I and rolling land; Tehama Co., near village.
Coast Real Estate Co., 783% Market st.
A— KREDO & CO. Bargains. This Week Only.
A general merchandise store, bazaar, no-
tions, etc.; will Involve ?3o00- >-*nt $18; re-
ceipts ?6000 yearly; 50 per cent profit; at
your own price; best town on coast; offer
wanted. 14 Flood buildlns.
A— KREDO &' CO Rare Opportunity
Fancy grocery, delicatessen and restauranl;
cleared $5000 In 2 years; receipts $40 and $60
dally: Al location; trial; make offer. 14
FOR sale — Butcher shop in good location;
horse, wagon, good furniture and family
trade; rent $15; price $800; worth $1000. In-
qulre at McBRIDE & CO.'S, 765 Market st.
A — SPECIAL; we have cash customers wait-
ing for saloon, cigar stand, branch bakery
and lst-class grocery. CAMERON Sc CO
850 Market, rooms 21, 22, 23.
A— $400; CIGAR factory, retail store in front;
large outside trade; old established ; fine
stock; must sell Immediately; must be seen
to be appreciated. P. S. DE LUCA & CO.,
318 Kearny et.
$300 — PARTNER wanted in light outdoor busi-
ness; $18 to $23 a week, with chance to make
$35 In short time; plain, steady man will find
this a chance worth taking. 25 Geary, rm. 4.
INVENTORS' Mfg. Co.. incorporated May 2
1902, will start business in this city by June
15; 10.000 shares of treasury stock is now
offered to the public at 25c per share; we
guarantee no assessments and will cheer-
fully refund all money to stockholders any
time within 3 months, who doubt we cannot
pay larger dividends in a shorter time than
could be obtained in any other enterprise.
Call or address 137 First st.
FOR SALE — A milk dairy situated in Ala-
meda County; a large, good paying route;
substantial reasons for selling; can investi-
gate thoroughly. Address "GREGORY,"
box 210. Call office.
50% average monthly profit under our system
turf speculation; shares, $10; dividends semi-
monthly; send for circular. White & Co., 88
Pulitzer bldg.. New York. (Mention paper.)
FOR SALE — A first-class Turkish bath estab-
lishment In one of the best buildings in Port-
land, Or.; trade established. Address Virgil
Cbomer, 201 Oregonlan bldg., Portland, Or.
OUR "Compound System" shows net profit
$73 32 on each $100 during past 30 days; ex-
planation free. N. S. Hand, expert handl-
capper, 804 Park Row Bldg-., New York.
A 2-CHAIR barber shop for sale; old stand;
retiring from business. Address 042 East
Main St., Stockton.
CIGAR store, best bargain In city for small
amount of money: owner sick In bed; must
sell cheap. 1016 Market St., room 10.
$500 — ROADHOUSE: the owner retiring; will
give 5 years' lease, $12 per month: great
snap. Business Board of Trade, 320 Pine st.
WANTED — A partner to engage In wholesale
liquor business: capital of $7500 needed. For
particulars apply to De B.. box 227. Call.
WANTED— Party with $2000 or $3000 to Invest
In a profitable manufacturing business. Ad-
dres box 559. Call office.
PLUMBING, gas fitting; good business; store
trade; going away; snap; In Berkeley. Box
555. Call office.
FOR SALE— Bakery; brick oven; 5 rooms;
French range. 714 Valencia et.
FOR SALE — New Invention; burglar proof sash
lock. Address box 276, San Mateo. Cal.
PAYING candy business, with large Ice cream
trade; a bargain. Box 544, Call office.
BUSINESS for you; $50 to $500 start you in
exclusive business. Box 207, Call office.
CANDY and ice cream store, 1894 Folsom.
. must be sold; 3 living- rooms; rent $15.
SHERWOOD, 5, near Third and Mission— 5
stalls for horses; and office house. ,
$850; worth $1000 — Lodging-house of 18 rooms-
gas. and bath; all op one floor; furniture oak-
rent $55; two entrances. 805% Howard st.'
and 202% Fourth St.; owner leaving city.
Apply Mrs.- Krause. No agents.
WANTED — A lady or a gentleman who under-
stands the. florist business. Must have a
I email capital. 000 Halght street.
SAN FRANCISCO CALI*.
BUSINESS OFFICE of The San Francisco
Call, corner of Market and Third streets; open
until 12 o'clock every right in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES — 527 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 p. m.
300 Hayes street; open until 9:30 p. m.
«33 McAllister street; open until 9:30 p. m.
315 Larkin ttreet: ooen until 9:30 p. m.
1941 Mission street; open until 10 p. m.
2261 Market street, corner Sixteenth; open
until 9 p. in.
106 Eleventh street; epen until 9 p. «»•
1096 Valencia street; open until 9 p. m.
Northwest corner Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky streets; open until 9 p. m.
2200 Flllmore street; open until 9 p. m.
CENTRAL Church. Mission St.. between Sixth
and Seventh — Pastors. Arthur H. Brlggs and
Herbert F. Bridge. 11 a. m. service and
termon. topic. "The Ministry of Sorrow";
offertory solo. "The Prayer' (Tosti). F. \V.
Snook. 12:45 p m.. Sunday school. Rolla
V. Watt, superintendent. 3 p. m., Santa Cruz.
'02. rally of Golden Gate Union of Christian
Endeavor. Addresses by Dr. Rader and
State officers. C:15 p. to... societies of Chris-
tian Endeavor. 7:30 p. m.. memorial pralsa
service. The programme includes medley on
national airs (Beyer), orchestra; memorial
hymn. "To-day the Hallowed Place Wo
Se€k," quartet; solo and chorus. "Just lie-
fore the Battle. Mother." Mrs. Cramer and
c-hoir; vocal solo. "The Ok' Guard," Louis
"William \\'e<?r; violin solo, adagio cantabile
'.Haydn). Charles E. Robson; male quartet,
"We Shaii Meet"; vocal solo. "The Star-
Spangled Banr.er." Mrs. Cramer. S p. m..
addriss, topic. "A Vettran's Visions." Her-
bert F. Hrife'gs will preach morning and
evening. Choirmaster. Louis William Weer.
The stats are free and the people are wel-
SIMPSON Memorial Methodist Episcopal
Church, corner Hayes and Buchanan sts. —
Rev. John Stephens pastor. Preaching to-
day at 11 o'clock by Rev. J. N. Beard. D.D..
president National Training School. Sunday
school at 12:45 p. m. Epworth League 'at
6:45 p. m. At the hour of the evening
service. 7:43. the regular monthly sacred
concert will be glvt-n; special solos, duets
and quartets, and an address by the Rev.
Dr. Beard. The public cordially invited.
Come early if you desire a -jood seat.
UNITARIAN Church (First), southwest corner
Geary and Franklin sts. — Rev. Bradford
I/cavitt. minister; Charles A. Murdock. super-
intendent of Sunday school. The Sunday
(school is closed. The morning service is *t
11 o'clock. Dr. David Starr Jordan of Stan-
ford University will speak. Music by choir
and chorus. H. Bretherick organist and di-
rector. All are cordially lr.vittd. There Is
no evening service.
UNITARIAN Church tSecond), corner Capp
and Twentieth sts. — Rev. E. F. Dinsmore.
minister. Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. The
minister will preach at 11 o'clock on "God's
Temples." Prelude on "The Consumers'
League." Special music under direction of
Mr. Wertsch Jr. Adagio from Beethoven,
piano quartet: soprano solo, "In Verdure
Clad" iHyadn); duet, flute and cello. H.
Schafer and Mr. Wortsch; tenor solo, "Fear
Ye Not. O Israel" (Dudley Buck). C. Ernest
Edwards. Music by choir and orchestra. The
church will be closed during the rest of
June, but the minister's services can be se-
cured by calling at his residence.
FIRST Presbyterian Church, corner Van Ness
ave. and Sacramento st. — Rev. William Kirk
Guthrie, pastor. Morning service at 11; ser- i
mon by Rev. Mr. Guthrie. Evening service
¦t 7:45. Lincoln, Garfield and Meade Posts
and Corps. G. A. R.. will be in attendance.
Rev. Mr. Guthrie will preach a memorial 1
sermon. Sabbath school at 12:45 p. in.
Senior Bible class, led by Mrs. Berry-Good-
vin, 1 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 8.
All are cordially invited.
TRINITY Church, corner Bush and Gough sts.
Holy communion. 7:30 a. in. Sjnday school.
9:.';0 a. m. Morning prayer and holy com- j
munion. 11 o'clock. Sermon will be preach-
€d by Rt. Rev. Peter Rowe. D.D., Bishop of
Alaska. Evening service. 8 o'clock. People's
one-hour service. Sermon ty R«?v. Frederick
AV. Clampett, D.D.. rector. All seats free.
You are invited.
FIRST Congregational Church, corner Post and
Mason sts. — Rev. George C. Adams, D.D.,
pastor. At 11 a. m.. children's day service;
exercises by the children and sermon by the
pastor; topic, "The Kingdom Belongs to the j
Children." At -7:45 p. m. the pastor will
preach: topic. "A Nail in His Holy Place." I
All are cordially invited.
PLYMOUTH Congregational Church, Post st.,
near Webster — Rev. F. B. Cherington. D.D..
pastor. 11 a. m., communion, followed by
reception o£ members. 7:15, vesper service
forty-five minutes in length. Subject: "Giv-
ing Up What Does Not Pay." Sunday-
school, 9:30 a. m. Morris Marcus, superin-
A GREAT, union mass-meeting this Sunday
afternoon at the Young Wen's Christian As-
sociation, Mason and Ellis sts., for men only
will be held at 3 o'clock. The address will be !
given by Rev. F. M. Larkin, pastor Grace i
" E. Church. Subject: "The Young Man
in Training." All young men Invited.
PARISH of the Advent Christian Church, 1703
Church st, via Twenty-ninth-st. car. Serv- 1
ices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday- I
school at 10 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. by
P. B. Morgan. Topic: "The Gospel De-
FIRST Church of Christ, Scientist. Central '
block. 223 Sutter st.. between Kearny and
Grant ave. — Christian Science service at 11
a. m. ; subject of lesson sermon, "God the
Only Cause and Creator." Sunday-school for
children at the same hour. Wednesday even-
ing meeting at 8 o'clock. Free reading-
rooms, 206 Kearny st., rooms 509-510. All
BENJAMIN FAY MILLS will deliver a lecture
under the auspices of the Unity Club. Sub-
ject: "Can We Have a Universal Religion?"
at Golden Gate Hall to-night. Emily Conk-
lin Lucey will render solos. All seats free.
HERMETIC Brotherhood open meetings are
held regularly every Thursday evening, 509
Van Ness ave.. at 8 o'clock. We believe the
only perfect harmony is the love that is
God's. Our tenet is the power of the silence
to seek for knowledse. All are welcome.
THE Theosophical Society (Colonel H. S. Olcott,
president and founder) — Pacific Coast head-
quarters. Odd Fellows' building. Public lec-
ture to-night at 8 p. m. by Dr. Jerome A.
Anderson. Subject, "Get Thee Behind Me.
Satan." Lending library open daily from 1
to 4 p. m.
THE Theosophical Society — Golden Gate Lodge
free popular lectures every Sunday at 8 p.
m.. Flood building. 809 Market st. Subject
to-night, "Brain Centers." by Miss Marie A.
Walsh. Good music. Bible class Sundays
at 11 a. m. Inquirers' meeting Thursdays,
2:30 p. m. Theosophic discussion meeting
Saturdays. S p. m. Free lending library and
reading room open daily, 1 to 4 p. m.
AA— DR. J. DEPEW KERGAN'S free lecture
this evening. Crystal Hall, Pythian Castle,
003 Market et. Subject, "Consumption:
Cause, Prevention, Cure," followed by magni-
ficent view of lessons in temperance; free
tickets will be distributed for X-Ray exhibi-
tion at Sanitarium Tuesday evening. Remem-
ber tlie Question Box. Special music.
WALTER THOMAS MILLS will speak 2 p. m..
Metropolitan Temple. Subject. "Current Po-
litical Parties and Current Political Prob-
lems." Music by Mme. Delmara, Professor
Schoen and Brown family orchestra; free..
"WHY Marriage Is Generally a Failure" — Free
lecture. to married women only by Mrs. May
Van Auken, Illustrated by heads, faces and
hands In the audience; Monday eve. 330 Ellis
et.; doors closed 8:15.
AT 117 Larkin st. to-night. Dr. C. E. Wheeler's
inspirational spiritual church meeting; mess-
ages by prominent mediums; all invited; ad-
EDWARD EARLE' S wonderful convincing
Klatf-writlng seance in full gaslight: "seeing
is believing"; to-night.8 o'clock.328 E111b;25c.
PROGRESSIVE Spiritualists to-night. Odd
Fellows' building. Seventh and Market sts.
Mrs. R. S. Lillie. speaker: admission free.
Bophle B. Selp, psychometrist: life reading and
fl questions answered by mall. $1 15: seance
Tues.. Frl., 2 p. m.. 25c. 251 8th St.. Oakland.
EROCKWAY'S phenomenal seance to-night.
COc; materialization and trumpet speaking.
1052 Ellis et.. bet. Franklin and Gough.
TESTS— 009 Market St.. rear; 11. free; 2-8.10c;
Swan. Maxwell. Hodgson, McKee, Sabllck;
lecture, Dov*. • • »
SIRS. STODDARD'S convincing test to all:
circles 10c; Sun.. Tues. ; readings daily. 278
"NOW" lecture. "Self Direction," Henry Har-
rison Brown. Odd Fellows' bldg., 8 p. m.;
C. V. MILLER'S materializing seance to-night.
8 o'clock. 50c. 10S4 Bush St.; phone Larkin
W. G. KEEGAN. test seance every night except
Eautrday. 10c; elttings daily. 148 Sixth st.
MME. YOUNG'S demonstration of spirit return
to-night. 605 McAllister; 10c; come, skeptics.
SPIRITUAL tests. 809 Marked front hall; 11,
free; 2. Wilson, Case; 8. Wilson, Huessmann.
MRS. Ha.rland'» circle to-night: best tesU.
10c; trance sit tings, read.. 50c:. $1. 1S2 Sixth.
WYLLIE. photo medium, by special request a
short time longer; come, skeptics. 809 Turk.
MEETINGS — UnlvcrNal Brotherhood.
UNIVERSAL Brotherhood and Theosophical
Society <non-polit!cal and unsectarian) —
Monthly public meeting to-night. 8 o'clock,
at 310 O'Farrell St.; subject, "The Greatest
Thing en Earth." Musical selections; all in-
¦ _SPIRITPAI<ISM— -Continue d.
K>'tiE HEUSSMANN. 1774 15th.. nr. Guer-
rero; circle Friday eve.; 25c; readings daily.
MADAME JACQUES, 1035 Market, clairvoyant,
palmist; circle, to-night, 25e; sittings daily.
MRS. WINCHESTER, 1610 Clay; circles Sun-
day, Tuesday, 8 p. m.; Tuesday afternoon.
EDWARD EARLE 328 Ellis; readings daily;
. phone Polk 1601; seance Sunday and Thurs.
FRIENDSHIP Hall. 335 McAllister— Mrs. C. J.
Mey*.r; sittings dally; test to all to-night; 10c.
'"• ' '. • CLAIRVOYANTS. _______
THE FIRST MEMBER OF INDIA'S OCCULT
* COLLEGE EVER REGISTERED IN
AND FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PAUL DESTINE, the world's greatest clair-
voyant and palmist, may be consulted daily 011
all affairs of life; Paul Destine is, beyond the
shadow of a doubt, the most scientific practic-
ing Dalmist and clairvoyant in the world to-
day; his information and advice on marriages,
divorce, separations, love and family affairs,
business' transactions, lawsuits, mining, etc.,
are accurate and truthful: he reunites the sep-
arated, restores lo«t affections, ¦ causes speedy
marriages, makes you successful In your busi-
ness; gives you eood luck; locates hidden treas-
ures and mines;, settles old estates that time
has placed beyond the lawyer's shrewdness; he
looks into your hand and tells you what alls
you and gives back your lost nerve and energy;
there is no home so sad and dreary, no heart
so forsaken and lonely, no life so hard and
blighted, that cannot be set right, and kept
right, after a visit to this inspired' man ot
modern times: no matter what trouble you
may have, call and he will help you, or charge
nothing for his services; "mediums developed";
I readings by mail; fee within reach ot all.
326 O'FARRELL ST.^ 326.
STRANGE POWERS. • W
ORIENTAL CLAIRVOYANT AND PALMIST.
LYONS. LYONS. LYONS. '
Thousands ' have' ¦ consulted her. miraculous
powers during the past week, and .their testi-
mony Is a living witness to the soundness of
her advice. Valuable mines have been locate-1
through her Interpretation of dreams. . MME.
LYONS, the Oriental seeress, reunites families,
aids despondent, lovers and gives you a mes-
meric handkerchief, gives you spirit pictures o£
j your friends or relatives, the mightiest medium
! of- the many mediums gives advice insuring
business success as well as domestic happiness,
speculation, investment, love, courtship, mar-
riage and divorce, and causes speedy marriages
with th'e one you love. All you who have been
humbugged by pretenders, don't give 'up In de-
spair, for MME. LYONS is the most reliable of
all the so-called clairvoyants. Consult her ere '
the star of your destiny declines before the j
darkness of despair. Her Oriental charms are !
proof against all evil influences: secure one to-
day — 50 cents, 50 cents, 50 cents. 50 cents.
Letters with stamp answered. Cut this out,
as It does not appear daily.
MME. J. J. LYONS,
.) 1016 Market st.. 1016; also. 11 Eddy st.
Remember the address.
A— ISMAR. THE GYPSY.
. 1104 Market st.; corner Turk.;
Ismar, the Egyptian Gyusy, draws aside the
uncertain years • ahead; happiness and success
go hand In hand, yet hundreds fail where suc-
cess is possible were it not for the lack of fore-
sight into the future; if you are In trouble of
any kind, discontented, unhappy or not satisfied
I In life, consult Ismar, for she is a prophetess of
world-wide fame, and her name has become a
proverb in thousands of homes made happy by
her aid and advice. Ismar can be consulted
daily from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. : Sundays from
10 to 12 a. m., at her office, 1104 Market St.,
corner Turk. .... ¦ . ¦
-SPECIAL— 'Ismar' s readings by mail ar*
fully as satisfactory as those given in person;
three questions answered^ $1 : ' full life reading,
$5. Send date and year of birth.
MME. M. BERNARD, V
Clairvoyant and buntnesa medium, permanently
located at 17 Third st., next Examiner bids.
She reads your life correctly, gives an accurate
description of the cast, reveals the present hap-
penings and portrays events to occur in the fu-
ture. If you are In trouble, discontented, un-
happy or not satisfied in life, or have domestic,
love or business troubles, consult this grrat me-
dium and you will be told how to overcome
them. Valuable advice in all affairs of life; 25c
up; satisfaction cuaranteed. Tel. Black 4569.
SPECIAL — 25c readings, one week; first visit
1 to your city; clairvoyant, palmist, astrologlst.
card and trance' reader; this medium has no
equal In telling past, present, future; gives
names, dates and facts; tells what you came
for without you saying- a word; who and
when you will marry, with proper advice;
evil influence Is removed; separated united;
happy and speedy marrlape to your choice
In 9 days; teaches occult science; (jives satis-
faction or no pay: hours 10 to 8 daily and
Sunday. Parlors 1010 Mission st.. nr. Sixth.
A — ISMAR. the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and
palmist, permanently located 1104 Market St.,
cor. Turk: private readings daily. 10 a. m. to
5 p. m. ; readings by mail as satisfactory as
In person; 3 questions answered, $1; full life
. - $5: send lock of hair, date and year, of birth.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant & card
reader, born with double veil — second sight;
diagnoses diseases with life reading iladiesoOc,
gents$l; palm, and clalr. sit. $1 50. 126- Turk.
25c — A $1 reading this week only for 25c; ad-
vice on love and all business affairs. MME.
J. J. LYONS. 1016 Market, rooms 8 and 0.
YOUR fortune told from cradle to grave. What
I tell- comes true; send dfm<? and birth date.
PROF. J. MYERS. P. O. box 2224. San Fran.
MRS. DR. F. CLARKE, the well-known trance
medium, permanently located at 1206 Market
st., cor. Golden Gate ave.. rooms 25 and 26..
MISS M. WILLE. 514 Taylor st., clairvoyant,
crystal seer; reads your life correctly without
questions: full names ;50c-$l:10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently; business
advice;' names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st.
MME. WALTERS, great card reader; la, 25c;
gents 50c. p51 Mission. nearJHh; open Sun.
Mrs. Reynolds, the noted life reader, elves full
life readings for $1. 1008% Market, op. 5th.
MRS. HOUSER. wonderful medium; truth or
no pay; full life readings 60c. 704 Howard.
LINCOLN — Clairvoyant and high psychiat;
hours 11 to 3; readings by mall. 125 Turk st.
Mme. Marceau. card reader & clairvoyant; la.
•'& gents 25c. 1601 Mission; 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant card reader; ladles
25c; gents 50c: readings dally. 132 Slxtlj st.
CARPET IIEATIXG AND CLEAXIXO.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat-
ing Works. 353-357 Tehama st. ; tel. South 40.
IMPROVED carpet-cleaning for particular peo-
ple. A. G. Klelnert. 1512 Polk; tel. East 725.
Karlson Karpet Co — Cleaning 3Vfcc yd;upholster-
Ing. 1213 Market.bet.8th&0th;tel.Howard 2912.
ADVANCE Carpet-cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter St.;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM & CO.. Prop.
RUDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works; prices
re«sonable.»1703 Harrison st. ; tel. Mission 263.
MODERN Co.; lowest rates for machine clean-
ing. Phone Mint 301. Office 923 Mission st.
CITY Steam Carpet-beating Works. G. H.
STEVENS, Mgr.. 38-40 8th st. ; tel. South 250.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works,
333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone East 120.
J, E. MITCHELL Carpet-cleaning and ; Reno-
vatlngCo.. 240 14th ft.; teL Mission 74.
GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency — No charge
unless successful. Room 310. 027 Market st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
SUNNY cottage, 3 rooms, bath; front and back
yards; large basement; rent reasonable. 3874
$16 — SUNNY cottage; 5 rooms; large basement;
yard. 137 Dolores st.. near Fifteenth.
"jBENTISTS^ % £
ELECTRO-DENTAL CLINIC. 809 Market, con
4th. r. 7, Flood bldg. : extractions done pain-
lessly; teeth without plates our specialty; gold
crowns $3 50 up; plates, extractions free, $4 50
up; office hours. 9 a. m. to u p. m. ; -Sundays,
8 to 2. J.-W. THATCHER, D.D.S.. Manager.
EASY Dental Parlors. 6 Turk st., cor. Mason—
Kxpert painless extractors; skilled operators;
gas. given; lady attendant. R. C. ANDER-
SON. D.D.S.. proprietor and manager.
A NEW plate — The Whalebone — cannot break;
warranted 20 yrs.; crowns. $3 50; fillings. 50c;
plates. $5. full set; all work painless and war-
ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth st.
PATHS Dental Parlors, 235 Kearny, cor. Bush —
Full set of teeth, $4;. crowns, $3; fillings, 50c..
SET of teeth, without plate. DR. H. G.
YOUNG. 1841. Polk st. \
CHEAP; must be sold; roadhouse In good run-
ning order; parties going away. -,. Inquire' at
Call office. - " *
DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES
McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery Schocl
fits puDils'for business; we teach everything
from basting to finishing and present pupils
with our famous drafting machine; 2 weeks
in sewing dept. free to those entering before
June 13; latest patterns cut. 1019 Market.
McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School;
corset-making taught; patterns cut. 1010 Mkt.
• EXCHANGE. ; '
FOR sale or exchange for S. .F. paying prop-
erty, one of the finest ranches In Sonoma
Valley. Address R. CLARK, Agua Callente,
Sonoma Valley, Cal.
COMPANIES Incorporated and financed; stock
. and bond issues guaranteed, underwritten and
sold; stock accepted for. services. Send for
Pacific States .Investor. PACIFIC STATES
MINING AND INVESTMENT CO.. 326 Post.
PPSIXESS CHAyCBS— -Contlnngd.
A— JOSEPH STRAUB.'. 850 Market st.
Restaurant in the vicinity of Stockton and
O'Farrell sts., doing a very large business;
fine opportunity. • * ¦ * Hotel with bar-
room. In best part of city; clears over $400 a
month; owner selling on account of sickness.
• * * Saloon near the Chronicle bldg.: fine
day and night trade; lease. • • • Partner
for the enlargement of a good paying tan- ,
nery. • • • Grocery and bar, south, or
Market st.; rent $45; average receipts $-0.
• ? • Restaurant in residence part of city; ;
elegant opportunity for man and wife. *
Saloon on Third St.; price $1COO; lease. •
Country peddling outfit; owner retiring and
will sell for actual cost. • * • Grocery
and bar. north of Market st.; fine corner;
cheap rent. • ? • Party to invest $5000 In
a good paying manufacturing business. •
Butcher shop, with horse and wagon, ice-
house, etc.; a bargain, on account of depart-
ure. » • * Restaurant near Mission st. ;
owner going north and will sell cheap: rent
— $15 • • • For particulars call on JOSEPH.
STRAUB, 850 Market st. :
PARTNER wanted with small amount of
money to take interest in old established real
estate business; splendid opportunity; steady
man. Calif. Business Assn., 865 & Market.
HOTEL, 120 rooms; fine bar trade; clears $1000
a month. Calif. Business Assn., 865 Vi Market.
A PATRON invested $100 with us; his average
dividends were $5 17 a week; in less than
five months he had drawn as much In divi-
dends as his principal; why not do the same
yourself? We guarantee you against loss;
dividends are paid every Monday; we have
been doing: business for years, and never a
loss; we accept accounts as low as $10; divi-
dend tor week ending May 31, $5 04; write
or call for interesting literature. AMERI- J
CAN CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, suite
615, Emma Spreckels building.
GENTLEMAN or lady who can reach people
with money to invest in a company owning
a mountain of low-grade, gold-bearing ore
superior to Treadwell mine of Alaska; divi-
dends will run lifetime beginning 3 months
after mill starts. If you wish, to represent
or Invest in a paying proposition address
room 412, Parrott blclg., San Francisco. Cal.
$750— WHOLESALE and retail store and
manufacturing business; owner practical \
workman; wants partner to assist in store
and attend to packing, shipping, etc.: duties
easily acquired. DONNELLY CO.,632 Mark't.
ESTABLISHED. 1S9«! INCORPORATED 1001.
.Handsome dividends paid weekly; sare, sure,
legitimate. Send for sworn affidavit and In-
teresting literature. CO-OPERATIVE INVEST-
MENT ASS'N (Inc.). 557 Parrott building, ban
Francisco, y .¦:-- "¦-¦'-¦. .
•10.000— CONTROLLING interest in old estab-
lished local business; paying well: no pre-
vious knowledge required; will bear close in-
vestigation; assets alone worth $20,000. Box
538, Call office. ; ¦
RESTAURANT; biggest bargain city; must be
sold to-day. 11 Mason ct. ; ¦ '
Store with large basement, below Kearny, suit-
able. for bowling, games; lease. C36 Clay, r. 1.
ROUTE in Western Addition; building up dis-
trict; reasonable. Box 1792. Call.
FOR SALE— $400; cigar stand; billiard room;
owner leaving State; must sell; clears $S0 j
month: full examination permitted. Box
4S5. Call office.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALK._
BARGAINS and many choice investments in
first-clafB lodgttiK and boarding houses at all
times: bona nde buyers are welcome to In-
spection; kindly call at office.
G. W. SCHWEINHARD,
017 Market et.. bet. 5th and 6th.
Phone- M'nt 1011.
At—. .......... LODGING-HOUSES
The Shriners and Knights are coming.
But the following bargains are at hand and
offered by me, with a guarantee of general
No. 1 — 10 rooms; fine sunny corner; bay-
window house; rent <125; apartments; snap
No. 2 — 23 rqoms; sunny corner; rent $56; good
furnishings . . *>l700
Xo. 3 — 21 rooms; well furnished; rent $85
, $ 1 300
No. 4 — 42 rooms; fine corner; good furnish-
No. 5 — 37 rooms; rent $00; mixed furniture
No. 0 — U rooms; good furniture; genuine bar-
geln •• $600
1 have houses to suit the masses. The rich
and poor command same consideration. Gen-
eral satisfaction guaranteed to all. ¦ Before
G. W. SCHWEINHARD,
917 Market St., bet. 5th and 6th sts.
Phone Mint 1911.
8 ROOMS; $25 cash, balance monthly $200
20 rooms; clears $60 200
18 rooms; Just listed 630
12 rooms; snap 450
30 rooms; clears $250; Investigate 3200
20 rooms; north Market; clears $100 1300
100 rooms; clears $600 0500
40 rooms; $1000 cash, balance monthly.. 2200
A. H. RETSLOFF, phone John 531.
906 Market, cor. Ellis (upstairs, rooms 7-S).
REDUCED to $1075; 14 rooms, furnished ele-
gantly; $350 cash, bal. monthly payments.
RESTLOFF, 906 Market St.
$S50 — 25 ROOMS; a good-paying Investment
for right party. See Retsloff. 906 Market st.
WINSTON & WOLF
1026 Market Street.
5 rooms; rent $25; price $350, including
piano and sewing machine; part cash; see It.
.62 rooms; rent only $30; price $1500; $60C
cash, balance payments; interest 5 per cent
22 rooms; rent $65; new furniture and car-
pets; price $1600; investigate this house.
39 -rooms; rent $80; central and a money-
maker; price $1850.
WINSTON & WOLF. 1026 Market st.
MARION GRIFFIN, 710 Market, nr. Call bldg.
See-^these — sample's — we — have — 471 — otheis.
9 r.'; owner sick bed; all men roomers. .$250
80 r. ; a popular corner; money-maker.. $2600
50 r. ; a splendid corner; house full of nice
people and' fine furniture; 27 bay-win. $4000
25 r. ; rent $35; clean; hsekpg; in. $97..$1500
19 r. ; 5 blocks n. of Market; thoroughly nice
and respectable; sunny side St.; rent only
$75; good furniture; elegant folding beds;
terms $S0O cash, $500 at 7 per cent.. $1300
17 r. ; trn.; clears $81; n. Mkt.; cor.; $45.$85C
MITCHELL & HORNLEIN, 1206 Market st.
We have rooming-houses of all sizes and
prices, in all parts of the city.
11 rooms; good location; Al furnished. .$S30
20 rooms; sunny; good renter 050
8 rooms; sunny flat; corner 200
I 1 rooms ; downtown ; good 700
18 rooms; rent $37 50; make offer 900
Money loaned at 1*6 per cent per month. '
LODGING-HOUSE, 20 rooms; rent $05; price
$800; terms. Morrison & Co., 26 Mont., r. 4.
MORTGAGED lodging-house; sell at bacriflce.
MORRISON & CO.. 26 Montgomery, room 4.
TRANSIENT lodging-house, furnished in oak.
carpets all Brussels, entire furniture goes;
$200 secures It. Apply to my agent, MOR-
RISON & CO., 26 Montgomery st.. room 4.
DONALD INVESTMENT COMPANY, '¦¦
850 Market st. — (Inc.). . .Phone Davis 281.
1 Reliable dealers In rooming-houses, hotels,
business chances and real estate.
We furnish vacant houses and
. ; Loan money at lowest rates.
Something new every day.
New houses to lease.
100 ROOMS; country transient; low rent.. $6500
300 rooms; corner house; for men 5000
III rooms; sunny corner; fine location... 1500
14 rooms; rent very low; bargain 600
40 rooms; man house; rent $45; bargain. 700
Money loaned at 1 per cent.
Hotels, roadhouses, flats, 5 to 200 rooms
EITEL & CARROLL. 1032 Market st.
A. CAMF.RON & CO.. " ~
850 Market et. and 8 Stockton st.
Rooms 21, 22. 23. Phone Bush 328.
If you have hotels, rooming-houses or business
to sell, list with us; buyers, call; we can suit
you; have bargains in hotels, lodging-houses,
fiats, all sizes and prices; In all parts of city.
Money loaned, 1% per cent.
BUY your houses direct from a furniture dealer
' on easy payments.
10 rooms; clears $40 ; $500
It rooms;, clears $30 $350
• 8 rooms;; clears $30 .....<. $300
And other bargains. 842 Howard 6t.
FLAT, 6 rooms: nicely furnished: all new; only
few doors from' Market st. ; rent $30 per mo.;,
will sell reasonable If taken at once. 11
Sixth St.: no scents.
A' SNAP; 37 room?: lodglnR-house; good loca-
tion: rent only *50; price $1500; no transient
McBRIDE & CO.. 765 Market st.
75 ROOMS; best paying transient Kearny-st.
lodgine-house; 3 years' lease; no agents. Box
222. Call office. - \ ¦,-'_.
FOR sale — Fine location. 27 rooms, elegant car-
pets and furniture; low rent; long lease. In-
quire 217 Post st. ;
FOR SALE — Lodgirifr-bouse of 11 rooms; tran-
sltnt. 20S O'Farrell st. .
A — PHENOMENAL seance to-night. W)c; Mon-
day and Tuesday, nights,- Brockway, re-»
nowned medium for materialization, trumpet
speaking and slate writing-. 1052 Ellis st. |
PROF. HOLTMAN. medium and gifted healer;
all diseases cured by his marvelous astro-
ptychic power; advlco free. 1228 Market st.
MRS.J. J. WHITNEY, trance, bus. medium;
life reader; medical clairvoyant: sittings $1;
letfrr |2. 1164 O'Farrell st.; Ellis car,
SCIENCE, phrenology and palmistry every
night, 25c: Monday and Thursday, free to
poor. A. G. -SABLICK, 86 Ninth st.
Mrs; Seal, spiritual and bus.' medium;' tobacco
habit cured or no pay. Avondale, 1424 Market.
HELP iVANTEp-— MALE— -Con.
MURRAY & READY .034-636 Clay. st.
Pho.n Main 58 tS.
Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
....Office Open To-Day (Sunday) 8 a, m.ej
Railroad men shipped to-day >JT
For Nevada and Sa.lt Lake Division
Reno. Vista. Clark, Wadsworth, Dltha, Elko,
Kokeby, Moleen, Iron Point, Battle Mountain,
Arizona, free fare •
7tf> teamsters, $2 to $2 2->..S rockmen. $2 50
330 laborers, $2 4C0 concrete laborers
S. p. R. R. — Free Pass
78 car dumpers .....'10 plow holders
Free — S. L. Division
10O drillers. $2 25 Carpenters' helpers
Office open to-day (Sunday)
Arizona Free far*
Teamsters for Arizona. R. R. work; 2 camp
blacksmiths. R. R. work...'
Get one of our daily Iist3
Free.... Santa Fe Co Fa-9
50 laborers for the Santa Fe Co.'s own work,
ballasting, track and other gangs, ahip daily,
Machinist, country shop, good place, stea.iv,
$3 50 day; blacksmith, near city, no sho».
lrg. $2 50 to $3 day: fireman, factory, city.
$2 50 day; blacksmith, sawmill, $45 and
found; 2 brick molders. mine companv;
painter for factory, country, steady job. $.;
day; 2 lead burners, chemical works, $,: m
Camp blacksmith, near city, $73; 10 other
blacksmiths; 0 blacksmiths' helpers; hor.^e-
shoer, $2 50 to $3 day; brick burner. $z 50
day; machinist, city; 10 carpenters; molder,
Get Our Daily Lists
5 laborers, factory, $175 day; 4 laborers for
brick yard, $30 and found: 25 laborers, com-
pany work. city. $2 day; 10 laborers, manu-
facturing Co., near city. $34 and found; :.<>
laborers, different quarries. $2 day and $4>i
and found; 279 laborers, city and counv-v.
jobs, J big wages j
3 miners, gold mine, fare $2 50, $73; 7 minerfc,
S hours, $3 day; 3 miners, shaft work; 10
miners, quartz mine, $2 75 day; 3 minors,
cinnabar mine, $75; 7 muckers, good mir;e,
$35 and found; 25 laborers, no experience :-.
quired, to work in mines, you'll suit, wases
$40 to $52 and found; 2 furnace men. quick-
silver mine, $75
List of Jobs Issued Daily
YOUR FARE IS PAID
- TO THE SAWMILLS
WOOD AND LUMBER YARDS
247 men to work in 53 different mills, yards
and woods, don't need any experience, work
Is to pile lumber, work in mlll3, learn to run
machines and make yourself generally useful,
wages $30, $35, $40, $45 and found, you'll suit
We Pay the Fare
5 crosscut sawyers; 12 barkers; 9 chain tend-
ers, $45 and found; IS jack screwers, $45 and
found; 3 setters, sawmill, $00; 10 lumber
graders, $75; 40 lumber pliers, $45 and found;
drag sawyer, $73
Milk wagon driver, small route. $25 ami
found; stableman, country stable, $35 and
found: stableman. «outh, $35 and found: 10
stablemen, other Jobs; German laborer, ware-
house, city, $60; young man to care for
horses, $20 and found: boy for stables, $3 a
week; coachman, private place, $30 anrl
found found: man to drive coal wagon, city:
old man to work anarad Institution, $10 and
found; 10 teamsters, city: 5 scraper holders.
city, $60; can-washer, city dairy, $'i0 and
found; young man to care for horses, $20 and
found; choreman for dairy
Our lists are ready at 7 a. m. daily. Call
and ret one
. . HAY FIELDS HARVEST FIELDS
279 men to work in hay fields and harvest
fields, run mowers and rakes, wages $1 25.
$1 50 and $40 and found
25 haymakers, fare $1 $40 and found
3fi3 farmers, good steady jobs. $26 to *35 & f &,
26 teamsters for ranches $30 and $35 & it
30 orchard and fruit farm hands, $26 and $39
10 men to pick and pack fruit. .$30 and found
6 men and boys to pick and pack asparagus.
fare 75c. $20 and found: 15 choremen, ranches
and private places, $20. $25 and $30 anil
found : 20 choreboys, . ranches, country, $20
and $15 and found: 67 milkers, sood. steady
Jobs. $35 to $40 and found; 3 butter-makers,
cheese maker; 3 farmers and wives. $40. $45
and $50 and found
You can select your own Job by reading our
COOKS CAMP COOKS. . .RANCH C00K3
Cook, 5 men. hay press, see bess here to-day
(Sunday), $25 and found: cook for dredger.
good job. $30 and found; camp cook. $30 and
ft>und; 17 cooks, hotels and restaurants; cook,
small resort. Nevada, fare paid, see boss
here. $45 and found; cook, small restaurant.
$12 a week; baker on cakes. $15 to $20 a
week: 3 bakers, country: 3 bakers' helpers; 2
•butchers; 10 waiters; 27 kitchen hands; 11
MURRAY & READY, 634-638 Clay st.
WANTED by Master Plasters' Association— •
Union lathers. $2 50 per M. Box IS. Build-
ers' Exchange. lllO'.i Broadway, Oakland.
FIRST-CLASS solicitor for laundry; references.
Box 558. Call office.
WANTED — A grocery and bar clerk; age and
references. Box 201. Call office.
BARBERS. 2-chair shop for sale with living
room. 410 Geary st.
BARBERS. 4-chalr shop for sale; first-class.
Apply WILL & FINCK. 21 O'Farrell st.
WANTED — Capable young man as porter and
packer. L. SAMTER & SON. 518 Market st.
PANTSMAKERS to take work out. 541 Mar-
ket st., upstairs.
CUTTER on tailoring who understands country
orders. 541 Market st.
BOY wanted t6 learn trade. THE FINK "&
SCHINDLER CO.. 1309 Market st. \
WOODWORKER wanted on buggies; stead-*
work. 1504 Fotsom st. m
WANTED— Men for light work on fruit. 17uf
GOOD dishwasher at 1201 Flllmore st; $3 per
YOUNG~man to learn glove finishing, $4 per
week to start. Carson Glove Co.. 35 Market.
WANTED — A good bushelman. S N. WOO'
' & CO.. 718 Market st.
CIVIL Service Government Posltlonii — 0880 a'p-
polntrsents last year; probbaly 10.0C0 this
year; only common school education required
for examination: catalogue information free.
Columbian Correspondence College. Wash. D.C.
Engineers, firemen, machinists, electricians-
New 40-page pamphlet containing questions
, asked by Examining Board Engineers; sent
free. Geo. Zeller. Publisher, St. Louis. Mo.
LEARN proofreadlngr sits, secured. $15 to $23
wky. Home Correspondence School. Phila.
Wanted — Trustworthy person in each county to
manage business established house solid finan-
cial standing; bona fide weekly cash salary:
$1S paid each Wed., with all expenses, direct
from headquarters; money advanced for ex-
penses. Manager. 359 Caxton bldg.. Chicago.
WANTED — Lady or gentleman who under-
stands the florist business; must have small
capital. Apply 500 Halght.
WANTED — Salesman for retail tea and coffee
business: one experienced in selling groceries
and crockery preferred: steady position to
right party. Box 481. Call office.
CLERK for grocery store: experienced man
only. NW. cor. Fulton and Webster sts.
WANTED — A No. 1 all around tailors: $18 and
$20 per week. Apply or come at once, N.
DAVIS, Truckee. Cal.
WANTED — Recruits for the marine corps. V.
8. navy; ablebodled. unmarried men of good
character, between the ages of 21 and 35; not
less than 5 feet 4 Inches and not over 6 feet 1
Inch; able to speak and read English. For
further Information apply at the Recruiting
Office. 40 Ellis St.. San Francisco*
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to uno*
that Ed Rolkin. Reno Houso proprietor, still
runs Denver Houae. 217 Third st. : 130 larga
rooms; 25c per night: $1 to $2 per week.
•WANTED — 2 young men; good refereaR^l I
hours 6 to 12 p. m.; apply by letter ftt'.-J
BACIGALUPI. 840 Market at. jtJ!
A GENTLEMAN of Indomitable energy and
push; good opportunity for right man. F.
PERSON, room 412. Parrott tmlldlnr
WANTED— Experienced solicitors ft» Oakland;
salary and commission. 810 Sa;: P-tblo ave.
BOYS wanted. Apply California barrel Fac-
j tory. Twenty-second and nr.nois_sta.
WANTED— An all-round Jeweler. Apply J. N.
PHILLIPS. 627 J St.. Sacramento^ I
WANTED— Boy for wholesale house: chance to:
advance. Box '1745. Call offlce : ____ j
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly .Jimai^d. hal* .
price. 563 Mission St.. bet. 1st and -a ala - r *
•WANTED— Young men to learn Mrber trade.
S. F. Barber College. 741A lh>*j™ st -
2000 PAIRS of new and secor. !-i'an>! shoes for
sale cheap. McDONALD & I^KRI— -— —
PENSION atty.. E. A Bullls. room 40. PneUri -
big. Past Com. Geo.H. ThonTaaJ^- i».A.t>.
SCO MEN to buy new an.l 2rt-rmn.t army shoes.
_50o vp; soling 20c up. 923 Howard jt.. nr. om.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for Europe and
Australia. HERMAN'S, -ti St'-uarc ai.
GET your shoos half-soled "while *^*£Si**
to 50c. B63 Mission st.. bet, la^and id sts. _
WINCHESTER House. 4t Third st.. near Mar-
ket— 200 rooms. 25c night; r^lins-rooms. fre a
'bus and baggage to and (rom J^Ti^ .
A ERANCH office for Call advertlwmenta awl
subscriptions has been established at iw*o
Valencia st. -
For Employment Wanted, Etc., Sea