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THE SAN FKAJN CISCO CALI,, MONDAY, -; JUTNTEv 2, lyuz.
WANTED — A young girl to assist In light
. housework. 1222 Golden Gate ave.
GIRL for general housework; Scandinavian or
German preferred. 864 McAllister st.
WANTED— Waitress. 435 Ellis st
WANTED — Finishers on custom made coats.
939 Sutter . st.
GIRLS, be your own boss; earn $15 to $20 per
week with private customers; halrdresslng,
manicuring, massage, hairwork taught in 2
weeks: price $3 50; employment guaranteed;
class day and evening. 233 Geary, rms. 13-15.
LADIES to learn barber trade; only two
. months required; special offer this month:
hairdresslng taught in four weeks; catalogue
free. MOLER System College. 635 Clay 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
525, Call. , . - - . ¦ ¦.
Hairdressing, manicuring, massage, bleaching,
i dyeing, hairweu-k; splendid position In stores
and with private customers. $50 to $75 mo. : 2
weeks $5; day, ev. classes. 12."6 Market, r. 94.
WANTED — An experienced tailoress for bushel-
ing department S. N. WOOD & CO., 718
Market st. ?j
COMPETENT woman past 30 to travel for
wholesale house; state age and experience.
Box 204. Call.
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
Stockton st. "~
AN experienced nurseglrl to go to the country
with a family for a month; $15. Apply to
429 Eush street.
YOUNG girl wanted, to learn dressmaking;
paid while learning. S45 California st
FINISHERS on pants and apprentices to
learn operating. 541 Market st.
PANTS operators j wanted by S. N. WOOD & '
CO. Apply at. factory. 27 Geary st
WANTED — Experienced shlrtmakers. EAG-
LESON & CO.. 535 Market St.
A R15FINED lady to travel. Box 223, Call
GIRL^f or housework; 3 In family. 2012 Sutter
BRIGHT girl wanted to keep stock. 656 Mls-
slon st, 3d floor.
EXPERIENCED hands on ladles' underwear;
good pay. 656 Mission St., 4th (floor.
EXPERIENCED hands on ladles' waists; good
pay. 656 Mission st. 4th floor.
TUCKERS on automatic machine; good pay.
C56 Mission St., 4th floor. ,
BRIGHT girl to make herself useful in manu-
facturing business. CC6 Mission st, 3d floor.
WANTED — Women and girls to work on fruit
1731 Folsom at
WANTED — Young woman for kitchen In res-
taurant. Apply 2881 Sixteenth st
THOROUGH course In millinery, $1 per week;
day »nd even, class. 143 Stockton, room 18.
EXPERIENCED operators and finishers on
gents'^whlta shirts. Rogerson's, 535 Valencia.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096
HELP, WANTED MALE.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S 429 Bush st.
— .Between Kearny st. and Grant ave.....
Railroad men Free fare.... We ship to-day
For Nevada For Nevada
Free fare Free fare
500 teamsters $2 a day
500 laborers $2 a day
500 Rockmen $2 25 a day
5C0 concrete men $2 25 a day
All-around machinist, railroad machine shop,
$75 and found; 4 carpenters to make con-
crete forms, $3 50 a day; 2 blacksmiths, $3
a day; 2 camp waiters. R. R. camp. $30 and
....FOR CHATSWORTH PARK
500 drillers, muckers and headermen, $2 to
$3 a day; 100 outside laborers, §1 75 a day.
Free fare Free fare
50 laborers, different places, city and near
city, $2 to $2 50 a day; 10 carpenters.' coun-
try, $3 50 a day; 20 milkers, farmers, hay-
makers and others, $25 to $45 and found;
20 hostlers, stablemen and others, $25 to $35
and found : . . . .
Cook and baker, country, $70; second cooks,
• broilers and fryers, $40 to $70; second cook
for summer resort, $00; bartender, country,
$30 and found; laundryman for resort, $35;
starcher, country, $55: marker and distribu-
tor. $35; polisher, $30 and found; 20 dish-
washers, yardmen and kitchen hands for
summer resorts and springs, $25 and $30;
head waiter, $35; pantryman, $30, country
C. R. HANSEN & CO 429 Bush st
:Opposlte California Hotel
TWO hotel cooks. $35 and $43. fare advanced;
French or Italian restaurant cook, $00;
. boarding-house cooks. $.10 and $40; dishwash-
ers. $30; waiters and others. J. F. CROS-
ETT & CO.. G2S Sacramento St.
THREE single-hand miners. §2 day and board;
2 furnace men .for mine." $(J0 and board; 2
laborers for furnace, S45 and board; 4 coal
miners. $2 CO to $2 75 day; C laborers for
mine, $2 day; 4 blacksmiths. $2 50 and $3
• day and $40 month and $2 CO olay and board;
4 blacksmith helpers and floor men $2 to $3
day; ranch wheelwright. $40 and board, 10
carpenters, city and country. ?3 CO to $4 day;
2 plain carpenters. $3 day; poll3her. country
laundry. $12 week; molder. $3 day; car-
riage woodworker, $3 to $4 day; carriage
painters; 3 lead burners. $3 50 day; 2 car-
riage setters for mill. $3 day. and others.
J. F. CROSETT & CO.. C28 Sacramento st.
FARMER and wife." $50; 2 men and wives, pri-
vate fu«iilics, $40 and $50; married fruit
farmer. $40 and house rent; farmers, $25
and $30 month and $1 25 day; choremen $20
and $30; gardener, country. $35; man about
. place, S30; 2 can washers, $30 and $40- men
to cut brush. $30; 10 milkers. $30. $32 50 and
$35, and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO ,
(328 Sacramento st.
TWENTY laborers and teamsters, country $2
to $2 25 day. free fare; 100 laborers for mill
and woods, $2 day and $30 lo $45 month and
board; head donkey men;, lumber sorters-
lumber pliers; 2. woodchoppers. $2 50 cord;
I 3 men to clear land by contract, and others.
J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 628 Sacramento st.
WANTED— Farmer and wife, $50; gardener or
man about place and wife, $50. Apply Mon-
day to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter st.
AT THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT
69 3d St., near Call bldg.; phone Bush 405.
....Teamsters and laborers for railroad
......TO ALL POINTS IN NEVADA.."!!!
Free fare ......:..'.........¦ Free fare
Office fee $1; no other expenses... .
100 teamsters $2 25 to $2 50 per day
100 rock men $2 25 to $2 50 per day
100 concrete menmnd laborers.. $2 25 per day
FREE FARE FREE FARE
Mendocino County..... Big Sawmill
50 railroad laborers.. 520 per month & board
12 sawmill and woodsmen
....S26 to $65 per month and board
SHIP TO-DAY .........FREE FARE
....I..... FOK LUMBER WOODS.
j- Full crew for new lumber camp; 50 barkers',
crosscutters, chain tenders, jackscrew men]
timber fellers, swampers, $40 to $60 per
month and beard.
2 head setters...' $3 per day
10 lumber pliers. .. .?40 per month and board
5 carpenters, company work, long job. . . .
• ......:.... $3 50 per day
5 structural steel men S3 50 per day
. .' .RANCH HANDS „. . . ...
2. teamsters, ranch. 535 per month and found*
10 men to pick cherries, $1 day and beard;
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 2." per day
CAL. EMP. AGENCY. 59 Third st.
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 Carlin. Ship direct, fee $1.
'175 railroad men; S. P." Co.'s own work
COAST ROAD. FREE. FARE. SHIP
To San Luis Obispo, Edna, Cuesta, Goleta.
SPENSE, BRADLEY and SAN ANDRO.
15 men for Santa Fe Co.'s own work.. $1 75
; 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
i 1 Iron molder. .. ...;.$3 per day
« 2 carriage blacksmiths. ........ .S3 per day
1 carriage painter :..... S3 per day
1 cook, Nevada, see boss here, 10 a. in.
- .... $45 per;- month
Cooks, waiters, etc., city and country......
1 bellboy ..... :.$15 and board
2 milkers for Oregon ...........' .-
r> tie makers, Mendocino Co.. $35 and found
2 tie Eledders, Mendocino Co. .$10 and found
9 tie makers, Mendocino Co.. 12c to 18c each
3 . shoemakers. . country • • ...... . .$2 per day
Many other positions. Call and see our
bulletins. I ' ¦ :
TWO Japancs* boys "for cleaning and general
- work, springs; $25. MRS. M. E. DAY, '335
Geary. - ? • ' . •
MAN and wife, small 'ranch, $50. Apply to
1 MRS. NORTON. 313 Sutter st:
A— IBMAR. the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and
palmist, permanently located 1104 Market st,
or. Turk; private readings dally. 10 a. m. to
5 p. m.; readings by mall ns satisfactory as
in person; 3 questions answered, $1; full life
$5; send lock of hair, date and year of birth.
MME PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant &"card
. reader, bcrn with double veil — second sight;
diagnoses diseases with life reading ;ladies50c,
gents$l; palm, and clalr. sit. $1 50. 12ti Turk.
MISS M. WILLE, 514 Taylor st., clairvoyant,
crystal seer: reads your life correctly v.-ithout
questions; full names; 50c-$l; 10 a.m.to 8 p.m.
25c — A $1 reading this week only for 23c: ad-
vice on love and all business affairs. MME.
J. J. LYONS. 1016 Market, rooms S and ».
YOUR fortune told from cradle to grave. What
I tc-ll comes true; send dim<? 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.
MME. WALTERS, creat card reader; la, 25c;
gents COc. 951 Mission, near OtlT; 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 50c. 704 Howard.
LINCOLN — Clairvoyant and high psychist;
hours 11 to 3; readings by mail. 125 Turk st.
MRS BROWN, clairvoyant card reader; ladies
25c; gents 50c: readings dally. 132 Sixth bt.
CARPET - BEATING AND CLEANINO.
WHEN vou 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. Kleinert. 1512 Polk: tel. East 725.
Karlson Karpet Co — Cleaning' 3 %c yd ;upholster-
ing. 1213 Market. bet.8th&9th;tel. Howard 2912.
ADVANCE Carpet-cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter St.;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM & CO., Prop,
RUDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works; prices
reasonable. 1703 Harrison st. ; tel. Mission 203.
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 Sth st. ; tel. South 2.50.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works,
333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone East 126.
J. E. MITCHELL Carpet-cleaning and Reno-
vatlng Co.. 240 14th st.; teL Mission 74.
unless successful. Room 310. 927 Market st.
COTTAGES TO, LET.
SUNNY cottage, 3 rooms, bath; front and back
yards: large basement; rent reasonable. 3874
Seventeenth st. ¦
$l«i — SUNNY cottage; 5 rooms: large basement;
yard. 337 Dolores st. near Fifteenth.
ELECTRO-DENTAL CLINIC, S09 Market, cor.
4th. r. 7, Flood bids. : extractions done pain-
lessly; teeth without plates our specialty; gold
crowns $3 60 up; plates, extractions free, $4 50
i up; office hours. 9 a. m. to » p. m.; Sundays.
0 to 2. J. W. THATCHER. D.D.S.. Manager.
EASY Dental Parlors, 6 Turk st.. cor. Mason-
Expert 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 30; fillings. 50c;
plates. $5. full set: all work painless and war-
ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth st.
PARIS Dental Parlors, 235 Kearny, cor. Bush —
Full set of teeth, $4; crowns, $3; fillings. 50c.
SET of teeth without platr. DR. H. G.
YOUNG. 1841 Polk st.
D RE S S MAKERS AXD SE AMSTR E S S E 9
McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School ;
corset-maklns taught; patterns cut. 1010 Mkt.
NEERING — Theory, demonstration, construc-
tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly
practical; day and night. 24 Post St., S. K.;
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. Biisi-
nets College, 1236 Market st.
GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE
conducted by experts; best combined short-
hand and commercial course to be had any-
where: Indorsed by official court reporters.
' 13S2 Market st
HEALD'S SCHOOL OF MINES, 24 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.
Address Ayers' Business 1 College, 723 Market
Bt, for their new catalogue; It Is free and the
nicest in the State. Life scholarship $50.
ENGINEERING— Civil, elec.mlnlng, mech.sur-
vey, assay, cyanide; day. eve.; est. 1864. Van
der Naillen School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
ACCOUNTING — Most thorough course on coast;
beginners and college graduates perfected.
TARR, expert accountant, 219 Parrott bldg. j
GOLDEN Gate Com'l College, 530 Golden Gate
ave., S. F. — Spring, summer term shorthand,
bookpg., penmanship; posit' n 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-
sltlons. Alcazar building. 120 OiFarrell St.
LEARN ad. writing: terms reasonable. CALI-
FORNIA AD. SCHOOL, 234 Montgomery st.
Chicago Business \?ollese, 1435 Market, nr. ICth;
Pittman shorthand, typing, bookkeeps; $6 mo.
Harpist, only teacher West, desires pupils. Mme.
Carusi. Hallet School Acting. 120 O'Farrell 3t.
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.6th.
SHORTHAND taught by mall or personally,
MISS M. G. BARRETT, S02 Montgomery st.
VIOLIN, mandolin, guitar. Prof. MERKI, good
teacher, 1008 Mission: Instruments selected.
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post st, S. F.;
founded 1863: new SO-page catalogue free.
OltFHEUM Employment Office — Japanese, Chl-
r.tse help. 426 Powell.nr.Sutter;tel.Black 5072.
Grand Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office. 415 Stock-
ton; tel. Grant 168; expert, reliable help.
JAPANESE Intelligence Office^ — Furnish mo3t
reliable help. 524 Bush st. ; tel. BuEh 516.
JAP reliable housecleanlng. cooks waiters on
short notice. 129.3 Page et. ; tel. Fell 8501.
CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years.
Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY & CO.. 640 Clay.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of-
fice; all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 5188.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — FEMALE.
SWEDISH ' woman wishes place as house-
keeper; good cook; references. MRS. NOR-
TON. 313 Sutter st.
AN elderly Protestant woman, good cook, would
like to work In family of 4 or 5 adults; will
take care of dining room. and kitchen; small
wash; no chamber v/crk, no windows; wagea
moderate: good city references. 511 Bryant.
GERMAN cook, and man second or pastry and
helper; English, French and Hungarian; city
or country; hotel references. 242 Natoma St.,
basement. . I
A SWEDISH girl wants a place to do cooking
or general housework. . Apply at 5A Vassar
place, between 2d and 3d, off Harrison.
GOOD cook; also another girl; good references;
'can do Rawing, upstairs work or wait at
- table. -2207% Pine st.
FIRST-CLASS laundress wants work. Ad-
dress 1730 Pacific St., West Oakland, Cal.
¦WOMAN wants work by the day washing or
housecleanln*. 337 Jersey, st.
GOVERNESS' position wanted by a lady of
education and refinement; kindergarten an-J
music specialties: best Eastern and State
references; no objection to country. ' H. K.,"
Box C3. Krultvale. Cal.
WANTED— By a competent woman, situation
as housekeeper in institution, hotel or. gen-
tleman's family; is also good nurse and seam-
stress. Apply at 715 Hampshire St.
WILL eome kind elderly or middle-aged lady
, or gentleman help a young girl get a hlglr
school education? A. L.. box 228. Call.
A YOUNG Swedish girl wishes a situation to
do second work. Call at 838 Harrison st,
AMERICAN woman wishes situation as house-
keeper or cook on ranch: good references.
MRS. FAIRBANKS. Cotati. Sonoma Co. • •
YOUNG lady would like to travel with lady as
companion.., Address MISS F.. 2550 Mission.'
A WOMAN wants work by the day, washing
and cleaning. 1428 Eroadway. ,
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third st, near Mar-
Vet— 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50
to $8 week; convenient and respectable; free
bus and baggage to and from ferry.
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ncsixRjss r. Tt an ce s— c«*« ti >« » a.
A— JOSEPH i"sTR AU B S50 Market st.
Restaurant in the vicinity of Stockton and
OTarrell ets., 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
d3y and night trade;" lease. • • • Partner
for the enlargement of a good paying tan-
nery. • • • Grocery and bar, south of
Market st. ; rent $45; average receipts $20.
* • • Restaurant in residence part of city:
elegant opportunity for man and wife. • • *
Saloon on Third St.; price $1000; 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. • * *
Butelier shop, with horee 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. SCO Market st -
WANTED — A partner to engage In wholesale
liquor business; capital of $7000 needed, tor
particulars apply to De B.. box 227. Call.
PLUMBING, gas fitting: good business; store
trade: fe-olng away; tnap; In Berkeley. L>ox
655. Call office.
MIPmyG-HOPSMS»FOlt ; '8ALia/^"
BARG V1NS and many choice investments in
flrst-clats lodging and boarding houses at all
times: bona nde buyers are welcome to in-
specmn; w at s S^'EINHARD. .
917 Market fct. bet. 5th and 6th.
Phone M*nt 1'jII.
! A— LODGING-HOUSES
I The Shriners and Knights are coming. .
! But the following bargains are at hand and
i offered by me, with a guarantee of general
; No. 1 — 40 rooms; fine sunny corner; bay-
window house; rent $125; apartments; snap
i Xo. 2— 23 rooms; sunny corner; rent $56; good
I No. 3 — 21 rooms; well furnished; rent ?Sj
l v $1300
Xo. 4 — 42 rooms; fine corner; good furnish-
No. 5 — 37 rooms; rent $90; mixed furniture
.- T §2000
No. 6 — 9 rooms; good furniture; genuine bar-
gain -" $«*>
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. 5lh and toth sts.
_ Phone Mint 1911.
8 ROOMS: $25 cash, balance monthly $200
20 rooms: clears $60 200
18 rooms; just listed »>}0
12 rooms ; tnap ." 450
;:0 rooms; clears $2T>0; investigate 3200
20 rooms; north Market; clears $100 1300
100 rooms ; clears $600 9500
40 rooms; $1000 cash, balance monthly.. 2200
A. H. RETSLOFF. phone John 531.
900 Market, cor. Ellis (upstairs, rooms 7-8).
REDUCED to $1075; 14 rooms, furnished ele-
gantly; $350 cash, bal. monthly payments.
KESTLOFF, 006 Market st.
5S50 — 25 ROOMS; a good-paying investment
for risht party. See Retsloff. »00 Market st
WINSTON & WOLF
•1020 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 $1COO; investigate this house.
39 rooms; rent"$S0; central and a money-
maker: price S1850.
WINSTON & WOLF. 1020 Market st.
MARION GRIFFIN, 719 Market, nr. Call bldg.
See — thesa — samples — we — have — 471 — othet s.
» r. ; owner sick bed; all men roomers.. $250
80 r. ; a popular corner; money-maker.. $2000
60 r. ; a splendid corner; house full of nice;
people and fine furniture; 27 bay-win.$4000 :
25 r. ; rent $35; clean; hsekpg; in. $97..$1&00 I
19 r. : 5 blocks n. of Market; thoroughly nice
and respectable; sunny side st; rent only i
$75; good furniture; elegant folding beds; i
terms $S00 cash, $500 at 7 per cent. .$1300 ¦
17 r. : trn.; clears $S1; n. Mkt; cor.; $4&.$S50
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.. $S50
20 rooms; sunny; good renter 950
8 rooms; sunny flat: corner 200
11 rooro,s; downtown: good 700
18 rooms; rent $37 50; make offer 900
Money loaned at 1% per cent per month.
TRANSIENT lodging-house, furnished In oak, ;
carpets all Brussels, entire furniture goes; I
?200 secures It. Apply to my agent. MOR-
RISON & CO.. 26 Montgomery Et. room 4.
DONALD INVESTMENT COMPANY,
K50 Market st. — (Inc.).. .Phone Davis 281.
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
10 rooms: sunny corner; fine location... 1500
14 rooms; rent very low; bargain 000
40 rooms; man house; rent $45; bargain. 700
1 Money leaned at 1 per cent.
1 Hotels, roadhouses. flats, 5 to 200 rooms.
EITEL & CARROLL, 1032 Market st.
I A. CAMERON & CO..
SCO Market ft. and R Stockton st..
Rooms 21. 22. 23. Phone Bush 328.
i If you have hotels, rooming-houses or business
i to sell, list with us; buyers, call; we can suit I
I you; have bargains in hotels, lodging-houses, ¦
j fiats, all sizes and prices; in all parts ef city. :
i Money loaned. 1% per cent. !
j BUY yovr houses direct from a furniture dealer '
on easy payments.
]<¦ rooms; clears $40 S500
11 rooms: clears $*M> $350
8 rooms ; ; clears $30 $200
! And other bargains. 842 Howard Gt.
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 asrents.
A SNAP; 37 rooms: lodging-house; good loca-
tion: rent only $50; price $1500; no transient.
McBRIDE & CO.. 7C5 Market Et
I 75 ROOMS; best paying transient Kearny-st.
i lodging-houye: 3 -years' lease; no agents. Box
j 222. Call office.
FOR SALE — Lortgire-bouse of 11 rooms ;- tran-
eltnt. 2OS O'Farrell Ft.
A — PHENOMENAL seance to-night. 50c; Mon-
day and Tuesday nights. Brockway, re-
nowned medium for materialization, trumpet
speaking and elate writing. 1052 Ellis st.
PROF. HOLTMAN. medium and gifted healer;
all diseases cured by bis marvelous astro-
psychic power; advice free. 1228 Market st.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance, bus. medium;
life reader; medical clairvoyant: sittings $1;
letter $2. 1164 O'Farrell st; Ellis car.
Mrs. Seal, spiritual and bus. medium; tobacco
. l.alilt cured or no pay. Avondale, 1424 Market.
KATIE HEUSSMANN, 1774 15th., nr. Guer-
rero; circle Friday eve.. 25c: readings dally.
EDWARD EARLE. 328 Ellis; readings dally;
phone Polk 1601; seance Sunday and Thurs.
"~ Vr^f^sTor~paul~destine] *
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 dally "on
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 affaire,
bualneaa transactions, lawsuits, mininr, etc.,
are accurate and truthful; he reunites the sep-
arated, restores lest affections, causes speedy
marrlsges, makes you euccessful in your busi-
ness; gives you sood 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 ails
you and gives back your lost nerve and energy;
there Is no home «o ead and dreary, no heart
so forsaken and lonely, no life so hard and
blighted, that cannot be; set right, and kept
rlffht, after a visit to this inspired man of
modern times; no matter what trouble you
may have, call and he will help you." or charge
nothing I'or his services; "mediums developed";
readings by mall; fee within reach of all.
320 O'FARRELL ST. 326.
MME. M. BERNARD,
Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently
located at 17 Third St.. next Examiner bide.
. She reads your life correctly, gives an accurate
description of the past, reveals the present hap-
penings and portrays event* to occur in. the fu-
ture. Tf you are in trouble, discontented, ' un-
happy or not satisfied in life, or have domestic,
• love or batlness troubles, consult this great me-
dium and you will be told how to overcome
them. Valuable advice In all affairs of life; 2."c
up: satisfaction guaranteed. Tel: Black 4569.
SPECIAL. — Vtc readings, one week; first visit
to your city; clairvoyant, palmist astrologlst,
card and trance reader: this medium has no
equal in telling pant, prenent. 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 marriage to your choice
In 9 days: teaches occult science; gives satis-
faction or no pay; hours 10 to S daily and
Sunday. Parlors 1010 Mission st, nr. Sixth.
lilSK. RAVENNA read* life fluently; business
advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st
SAN FRANCISCO CALL.
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— T.27 Montgomery street
corner Ciay: open until 9:30 p. m.
300 Hayes street; opsn until 9:.iO p. m.
039 McAllister street: open until 9:30 p. m.
.¦«15 Larkin street; ocen until »:30 p. xn.
2841 Mission ttreet; open until 10 p. m.
22(J1 Market street, c-orner Sixteenth; open
until 3 y>. in.
KKi Eleventh street: open until 1) p. m.
ICKK; Valencia s-treet: open until 9 p. ffl ;
Northwest corner Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky s-treets; open until 9 p. m.
2200 Fillmore gtreet; open until 9 P- m.
— -~ I
ASYLUM 01 Golden Gate Commandery -»• j
No. 16. K. T.. <¦-."• Sutler st.— iiated TSfff 1
.assembly THIS EVENING, at 8 Kffl i
o'clock. Order of Temple. All Irat- «>
crs are courteously invited. v
R. B. MOORE. Em. Com.
THEO. FROLIC1J. .Recorder.
SAN FRANCISCO Charter No. 1. Royal .
Arch Masons, meets THIS EVENING. J\^
Business end R. A. degree. *L3?
H. G. PRINCE. Secretary. * ,
HERMANN Lodge No. 127. F. and A. ••
M.— Stated meeting THIS DAY (MON- fc £%_
DAY). June 2, 1902. at 8 o'clock tK3?
p. ni. By order of the W. M. ' r
L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary.
CALIFORNIA Lodge Xo. 1. I. O. <*«S&>
O. F. — Initiation and election of if* 1 /^^^
officers MONDAY EVENING.
June 2. Everybody welcome. '*4*»
WM. B. AYER. N. G.
THE California Debris Commission having re-
ceived applications to mine by the hydraulic j
process trom Kam Ahtye, in the Secret Dig- 1
rings Mine, near Laporte, Plumas County, i
Oal . 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, Aim- j
dor County. Cal.. to deposit tailings in worked
ant pit draining into Mokelumne River, gives j
notice that a meeting will be held at room 1
r<6. Flood Building. San Francisco. Cal.. on
June 36. 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.
19C2. at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m..\ for the
purpose of electing a bo»rd of directors to
terve for the er.suing year, and the transac-
tion of such other business as may come be-
fore the meeting. Transfer books,will close
or. Friday, May 16. 1902, at 3 o'clock p. m.
CHAS. A. GIBSON. Sec.
Office, 327 Market fct., Han Francisco, Cal.
The above meeting lias been postponed
until Monday. June 2. 1SC2. at ." o'clock p. m.
CHAS. A. GIBSON. Sec.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
R. W. KING. atty.. Examiner building, room
€13: a!! cases: damages, estates, wills, mort-
papes, 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 charse without success; established 16 yrt>.
G. W. HOWE, S50 Market st, cor. Stockton.
ADVICE free; open every evening; low fees;
sll cases. J. M. THURSTON. S19 Market st.
ADVICE free: no charge unless cuccersful: all
cases. W. W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market st.
L. fi. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bldg.. 927 Mar-
bet ft.: consultation free; no fees in advance.
MCYCLES — For Sale or Exchange.
ALLEN has best bicycles made: all prices; call
before buying; repairing, tires, bells. 301
Larkin. So5 Market, 196S to 1974 Page:
HOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
ONE or two children to board: rood home;
best of care: reasonable. S95 Oak st.
BOOKS — XEW AND OLD.
BOOKS of all kinds bought: libraries purchased.
II. C. Holmes, 1149 Market; tel. Howard 1946.
A— $5C0; CORNER grocery and bar, with llv-
inz-rconis: rent $42: best location on Leav-
enworth «t. ; prood paying. Call R. G.
"WILKE. 2tj'i Kearny Et.
A— 92650; RESTAURANT; close to Chronicle
bldg:.; rent $75; a flrst-class jjayinir business.
Particulars R. G. WILKE, 26»,i Kearny st
A— $700; SALOON: only one block north of
Market st. ; net rent ?25; a good paying busi-
ness; va.lue in sigrht. For particulars see R.
G. WILKE. 26 », Kearny st
A— $1600; RESTAURANT on Market St.: daily
receipts about ?G0; lease; splendid chance; a
money maker. Call R. G. WILKE. 26H
A — $1254; COFFEE saloon and restaurant near
Market and Powell sts.; value $2500; make
an offer; sickness cause of selling. See R.
G. WILKE, 2« J ,i Kearny st.
A— $250: RESTAURANT: cost to fix up $600;
rent $15; splendid location; a great bargain
and good busiuess. Call R. G. WILKE, 26^
Keitrnj' st. - ¦
A— $450; BAKERY, established years; all store
trade; rent $40; ti rooms and kitchen; baking
1 barrel per day. Call R. G. WILKE, 20%
Kearnj- st. 1
A — DAIRY uroduce, delicatessen and tamale I
depot clearing above $:;50 per month; estab. j
years;; the best investment in any kind of |
busines*. Call R. G. WILKE, 20% Kearny.
A PATRON invested $100 with us; his average
dividends were $5 17 a week; in less than j
five months he had drawn as much in dlvl- |
<iends as his principal; why not do the same :
yourself? We guarantee you against loss;
dividends are j>ald every Monday; we have
been doing business for years, and never a
lo^s: we accept accounts as low as 510; divl- '
dend for week ending May 31, $5 04; write
or call for interesting literature. AMERI-
CAN CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, Euite
'Jio. Emma Spreckels building.
A— KREDO & CO. Bargains! This Week Only>
A general merchandise etore, bazaar, no-
tions, etc.; will invoice $3000- .™;nt $18; re-
ceipts ?G000 yearly; 50 per cent profit; at
your own price; best town on coast; offer
wanted. 14 Flood building.
A— KREDO & CO Rare Opportunity
Fancy grocery, delicatessen and restaurant;
cleared $5000 in 2 years; receipts $40 and $60
dally; Al location; trial; make offer. 14
FOR eale^ — Butcher shop in good location;
horse, wagon, good furniture and family
trade; rent $15; price $800; worth $1000. In-
Quire at ilcBRIDE & CO.'S, 765 Market st.
$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..C32 Market.
A — SPECIAL; we have cash customers wait-
ing for saloon, cigar stand, branch bakery
and 1st -class grocery. CAMERON & CO..
E50 Market, rooms 21, 22. 23.
$500 — ROADHOUSE; the owner retiring; will
give 5 years' lease, $12 per month: great
snap. Business Board of Trade. 326 Pine 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% Market
1300— PARTNER wanted in light outdoor busi-
ness; $18 to $25 a week, with chance to make
S35 in short time; plain, steady man will find
this a chance worth taking. 25 Geary, rm. 4.
I *\YJ5? CTORS ' ***£• Co ' incorporated May 2.
1902 will etart business In this city byJune
15; 10,000 shares of treasury stock is now
offered to the public at 25c per share- we
puar&r.tee r.t> aseessm«nts and will cheer-
fully refund all money to stockholders any
time within 3 months, who doubt we cannot
a^f er £l v \**'l i ". in a eh °*«r time than
could be obtained :n any other enterprise.
Call or address 137 First st.
FOR 6ALE-A 'minTdairy situated in Ala-
me<Ja County; a ; a r ? e. good paying route;
euDstantial reasons for selling; can Investi-
gate thoroughly. Address "GREGORY "
box 210. Call office.
FOR SALE— A flrst-claes Turkish bath estab-
-.shinent !n one of the best building, in Port-
land, Or.; trade c-stabliehed. Address Virgil
Coomer, 201 Oregonlan bldg.. Portland. Or!
$?«>: worth *1000— Lodging-house of 18 rooms-
gas and bath; all on one floor: furniture oak-
ren } ££i, tw -° ent rances. 805% Howard st.'
and «C% Fourth Et.; owner leaving city
Apply Mrs. Krause. No agents.
FOR SALE-$400: cigar stand; billiard room'-
owner leaving State; must sell; clears SSO
ircrth; full examination permitted. Box
485, Call office,
$800 WILL buy 20 acres of fine fruit wheat
and rolling land; Tehama Co.. near \-iila--e
Coast Real Estate Co.. 763% Market st.
A 2-CHAIR barber ehop for sale; old stand-
retiring from business. Address 642 East
Main St.. Stockton.
CIGAR store, best bargain in* city for small
amount of money; owner sick In bed- rouit
sell cheap. 1016 Market St.. room lo.
FOR SALE — New invention; burglar proor sash
lock. Address box 276. San Mateo. Cal.
6HERWOOD. f>. near Third and" Mission^
stalls for horses; and office house.
KESTAURANT; blggeEp bargain city; must be
Fold to-day. 11 Mason et. ¦
Itore. with large basement, below Kearny, suit-
able for bowllsg. games; lease. C36 Clay, r. 1.
ROUTE In Western Addition; building up dis-
trict; reasonable. Box 1792. Call,
nELP WANTED MAf.E— Cow.^^^
WANTED — Recruits for the marine corpa. U.
S. navy; ablebodied, unmarried men of_a;ooJ
character, between tile ages of 21 asJ 35; not
less than 5 fett 4 inches anr! not over 6 feet 1
inch; able to speak and read English. For
further information apply at the Uecnilttns
Office. 40 EIH3 st.. San X'rancisco.
MEN to learn barber trade; only requires two"
months; constant practice and expert instruc-
tion: catalogue free-, special inducements this
month. Moler System College. Kio Clay st.
WANTED — Younjr man to assist stock clerk
in household goods and kitchen utensils;
state age. references and experience (if any).
Box S!2. Call office. • : _^^
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to Know
that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver Hou-»e. 217 Third st; 150 larga
• rooms; 25a per night; $1 to $2 per week. .
WANTED by Master Plasters' Association —
Union lathers. ?2 50 per M. Box 18. Build-
ers' Exchange. lllOVi Broadway. Oakland.
PENSION atty.. E. A. Bullis. room 40. Phelar»
big. Past Com. G«o. H. Thomas Post. G.A.K.
50O MEN to buy nsw a^-.rt 2d-hanrl army shoes.
50c vp; soling 20c u?, 023 Howard St.. nr. Sth.
SAILORS anc^,. ordinary ""amen for Europe and
Australia. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st.
GET your shoes half-so!ed while waiting! 25o
to r.Oc. 563 Mission St.. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
WINCHESTER House. 4t Third st. near Mar-
ket — 200 rooms. 25c night ; reading-rooms ; free,
'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
HORSES AND WAGONS.
THREE well-matched styll.'h carriage teams,
average weight 2500 pounds- perfectly train-
ed: two coal black teams, stand 16:3 hand*.
average weight 2450; six work horses, averaffa
weight 1400. and six fine large driving horse*,
just from the country; these are all well
broken; trlal3 given. Call at OCCIDENTAL.
HORSE EXCHANGE. WM. G. LAYNG. Pro-
prietor. 246 THIRD ST.. formerly 721 How-
A LOT of horses for sale at Arcade Horse Mar-
ket. 327 Sixth st; also buggies, wagons, har-
ness, etc.; auction sales every Wednesday at
11 a. m. JOHN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer.
FOR sale — One team 7-year-old, Jet black, well
matched * horses, welging about 14CO pounds
• each. For further information apply to J.
B. COSTA, Duttons Landing. Cal.
YOU can find what yju want in the horse linw
at STEWART'S Horse Market. 721 Howard
*t. near Third; phone Main 1150.
FOR sale. Santa Rosa Salesyard — Just arrived,
several fine read and business horses, new
buggies and harness. 14G9 Market cor. 11th.
San Francisco Veterinary College — Fourth ses-
sion begins June 0. Catalogues by applying to
M. L. PANCOAST. Sec. 810 Golden Gate ave.
ONE 2-horse wagon, canvas top. 1%-incn steet
axles. Box 205. Call office.
Largest stock 2d-hand wagons, backboard, sur-
rey.harness.work.diiving horses. 15th&Valencia»
AN Al express wagon, single; also light camp-
ing wagon for sale cheap. 532 Mission st
CHEAP; must be sold; roadhouse In good run-
ning order; parties going away. Inqulra at
• HOUSES TOLET.
A — PRINTED list houses to let; send for cir-
cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery.
$30— SUNNY modern 2-story bay-window hous«
of 7 rooms and bath. 720 Broderlck st
HOUSES TO LET--COUNTR.Y.
MENLO (Fair Oaks) — New cottage, 7 rooms.
bath; fnrnUhed. A. R. HARRISON. 73 Geary.
HOUSES FOR SALE/
UNFURNISHED 8-room house, on - Day st.
cheap; to be removed immediately. Box
" 557, Call. "
LOST AXD FOUND.
LOST — Envelope containing Japanese notes;
liberal reward. Return to 818 O'Farrell st
LOST — Gold watch and chain, bearing -Initials
"L. K." Return 1020 Greenwich; reward.
LIBERAL reward for return of ring with round
red stone set between two diamonds. Dll.
ALFRED NEWMAN, 001 Sutter St.. 1:30 to
3:3o o. m.
, LOST — May 29, a gold chain purse, containing
long chain and locket marked "G." Liberal
reward for return to 464 Haisbt st
IT will pay to "Remember" that the California
Watch Case Co.. 220 Sutter st. need3 old gold
and silver to make new watch cases.
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS.
TO order; also cleaned and sterilized: uphol-
stery; Al carpet cleaning; honest work suar-
anteed. BOPKE BROS., 411 to 415 Powell
St.: tel. Bush 421.
Brass, Iron beds; mattresses; pillows; window
shades. J.F.Hotter. 721 Mission; tel. Main 730.
A — DR. O' DONNE LL. world-renowned special-
ist — Ladles, all who are sick or In trouble,
consult the specialist on fimale complaints;
menstrual female complaints positively cor-
rected; the unfortunate helped; relief In all
cases taken; the mo3t difficult cases treated;
have relieved thousands of most obstlnata
cases; free, confidential advice on all subjects
of a delicate nature. DR. G. W. O'DON-
NFLL. ofr.ee & residence. 1018 Mkt.. op. Sth.
liRS. SWEET. 606 Guerrero, nr. 18th St., a
graduate of Royal University. Berlin, has 25
years' experience in midwifery cases; all who
arc sick or in trouble consult me before goinsj
elsewhere; takes ladies before and during con-
finement; best motherly cars; infanta adopted;
confinements, $15; room & board. $5 week;
2 to help for room and board. Tel. Blue 411.
A — DR. ROSEN; this specialist exercises the.
most important of modern principles in treat-
ing and curing female complaints; ladles, ail
who are sick or in trouble, obtain the best
consideration and skill, absolutely essential to>
noraml results; fee low. 1007^ Market st.
MRS. DR. KOHL — Well-known, reliable ladies'
specialist: instant relief guaranteed: home In
confinement; hours 9 to 5 and 7 to 8.
100S^ Market St.. ocp. 6th and nr. Powell.
MRS. DR. WYETH— Well-known ladies' sp*l
cialist; 30 years' experience; private home In
confinement. Moved to 728 Post St., nr. Jones.
MRS. DR. GOODWIN, ladies' reliable spedal-
ist; maternity hospital; home for infants fr*e;
fee low. 906 Market st. opp. Emporium.
MRS. D. ALLEN. 1118 Market— Reliable ladles*
specialist; a private home before and durin*
confinement; best medical care; low fees.
LADIES — Kumrond Is safe & sure; never falls;
price $2. Gleason's drug store, Clay & Kearny.
LADIES — "Neverfale," Pasteur's celebrated
regulator. $2. Pasteur Med. Co.. 8 Flood bldg.
DR. AND MRS. DA VIES and HINDOHERB
original method of treatment 1120 Market.
DR. NG TOY KEE, 210 Stockton st., opposit*
ITnlon Square; all diseases cured by herbs.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Mcln-
TOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st.
TENTS — TENTS — TENTS.
750 to 10U0 new & second-hand tents to rent
and for sale. Apply ROSS McMAHON'S
Awning. Tent & Hammock Co.. 208 Dnimm.
A — BUYS, sells or rents gear, machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys,
etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear st
BAR fixtures; big stock; Installments; billiard^
and pool tables; easy terms or rented. Th»
Brunswick-Balke-Col lender Co.. 652 Mission.
NEW and 2d-hand boilers, engines, dynamos,
motors," pumps, wood and Iron working ma-
chinery. H. S. WHITE. 130 Beale st.
STRONG camping or laundry panel top wagon,
furniture, sewing machine. 3279 Mission it.
35-HORSEPOWER gas engine for sale cheap.
M. A. TUCKER. Clay-at. wharf.
SECOND-HAND lumber, sashes, blinds, doors
and bricks for eale. Valencia St., cor. 15th.
80C0 FEET 2 to G inch pipe, with screw, lead or
flanged Joints. THOMPSON, 40 Mala st.
ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters (all
make?). ALEXANDER & CO.. 110 Montg'y.
ENGINES, boilers, lathes, planers, second-hand
machinery. J. BURKE. 130 Beale st
BOATS launches, rowboats carried in stock.
BAKER & HAMILTON.
Edison phonographs, records, supplies, movin*
picture machines, films. Baclgalupi. 933 Mkt.
GASOLINE engines, all sizes, new and 2d-hand
and launches. J. E. DOAK, 40 Fremont at.
SAFES— New and second hand. THE HEn-
MAN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento st. ]
FOR second-hand machinery.englnes and boilers
go to D.J.MclIasters,SE.cor.2d & Brannan.
lgT-CLASS 2d-hand modern engines & boilers
bought, sold. Krogh Mfg Co.. 519 Market st.
MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-hand movlns pto-
tnrjs. BULLARD & BRECK. 131 Post at.
~ MISCELLANEOUS WANTS.
BIG prices paid for sealskin coats: also gent3*
full dress and Tuxedo suits. Portland Loaa
Office. 25 Stockton st: phone Bush 481.
YOUNG doss or puppies; canaries for sale.
7t*t Howard st.
I WILL pay good cash prlres for old sealskins;
send Dostal; will call. Box 4960. Call.
TILTON wants sood second-hand clothing and
theatrical gooc^. 154 Oth st. :^tel. Jesaie 2851.
Wanted — 2d-hand electric motors, all slsea. any
• condition. FarnsworthEleetrlcalWlu. 113 T»»»»-
HELP WAJVTEP >LiLE--Con.
MURRAY & READY. ! . .... . . .034-636 Clay st.
Phone Main 5S4S.
¦ Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
....... Office Open To-day. 7 a. m.
....Railroad men shipped to-day
....For Nevada and Salt Lake Division
Reno, Vista, Clark, Wadsworth. Ditha. Elko,
Kokeby. Moleen, Iron Point Battle Mountain,
Arizona, free fare _
-769 teamsters, $2 to $2 25.. 8 rockmen, ?2 50
A ............ FOR NEVADA
ooO laborers, $2 460 concrete laborers
- S. P. R. R.— Free Pass •-•
«S car dumpers 30 plow holders
•"•••• Free — S. L«/Dlvision
100 drillers, $2 25 .'..Carpenters* helpers
Arizona Free fare
Teamsters for Arizona. R. R. work; 2 camp
blacksmiths, R. R. work... •-•
•• Get one of our dally lists
free.. ...Santa Fe Co -Fare
50 laborers for the Santa Fe Co.'s own work,
ballasting, track and other gangs, ship daily.
.......... MECHANICAL HELP
¦ - me!? nls k cou ntry shop, good place, steady.
»J SO day; blacksmith, near city, no shoe-
i^S. $2 50 to S3 day; fireman, factory, city.
$2 50 day; blacksmith, sawmill, $45 and
round; 2 brick molders, mine company;
painter for factory, country, steady job, £J
aay; j lead burners, chemical works, $3 50
Camp blacksmith. * near ' city, 'US; 10 other
blacksmiths; C blacksmiths' helpers; horse-
shoer. $2 50 to $3 day: brick burner. 52 50
day; machinist, city; 10 carpenters; molder,
• Get Our Daily LVsts!!!!!!!!....
- v J a , borerB . factory, $1 75 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; 50
laborers, different quarries. $2 day and $40
and found; 279 laborers, city and country
jobs, big wages '. ,
••,••• MINES ;
7 laborers, gold mine. $2 50 fare. $60; 7 miners,
s hours, S3 day; 3 miners, shaft work; 10
miners, quartz mine, $2 75 day; 3 . miners,
cinnabar mine, $75; 7 muckers, good mine,
?5o and found; 25 laborers', no experience re-
J u 'red, to work in mines, you'll suit, wages
$40 to $52 and found; 2 furnace men, quick-
silver mine, 575
••• List of Jobs Issued Dally
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 mills, 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; 18 Jack screwers, $45 and
found; 3 setters, sawmill, $90; 10 lumber
graders, $75; 40 lumber pliers, $45 and found;
drag sawyer, $75 *
Milk wagon driver, small route. $25 and
found; stableman, country stable, $35 and
found; stableman, south. $35 and found; 10
stablemen, ether Jobs; German laborer, ware-
housej city, $60; young man to care for
horses, $20 and found; boy for stables. $8 a
week; coachman, private place, $30 and
found; man to drive coal wagon, city;
old man to work around institution, $10 and
found; 10 teamsters, city; 5 scraper holders,
city, $(50; can-washer, city dairy, $30 and
found; young man to care for horses, $20 and
found; choreman for dairy
Our lists are ready" 'at'7'a.m.'daVly. "c'aii
and get 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
365 farmers, good steady Jobs. $28 to $35 & fd
26 teamsters for ranches $30 and $35 & fd
30 orchard and fruit farm hands, $26 and $30
10 men to pick and pack fruit.. $30 and found
6 men and boys to pick and pack asparagus,
fare 75c, $26 and found: 15 choremen, ranches
and private places. $20. $25 and $30 and
found; 20 choreboys, ranches, country, $20
and $15 and found; 07 milkers, good, 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 COOKS
Cook. 5 men. hay press, $25 and found; ceo 1 :
for small resort In Nevada, fee boss here. far»
paid. $45 and found: cook for dredger good
Job. $30 and found ; camp cook, $50 and found ¦
17 cooks, hotels and restaurants; cook, small
restaurant. $t2 3 week; baker on cakes S15
to $20 a week; 3 bakers, country; 3 bakers'
helpers; $2 butchers; 10 waiters; 27 kitchen
- hands; 11 dishwashers.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st.
ANDRE'S Office. 316 Stockton st.— French
cook, country. $G0; assistant cook, $30; night
cook, $10 a week; waiter, near city. $40;
waiter, coffee house, $9 a week; confectioner,
$16 a week; night and day dishwashers, $5
to $7 a week; vegetableman, $25; gardener,
$25; man to raise poultry. $20; cook and
dishwasher to go to Eureka, $50 and $25.
fare raid, etc.
WANTED — Master sallmaker. $5 04 per diem.
A competitive examination of applicants will
I be held for the above position June 17. 1902.
For application and additional Information
address "Commandant, Navy Yard. Mare
-Island, Cal." WILLIAM H. MOODY. Sec-
retary of the Navy.
WANTED— A reliable young man with $125;
¦ light, genteel work: no experience required;
$70 month year round: short hours- no Sunday
work. BROWN & CO.. 1221 Market st.
WANTED — Man with $150 take cash dsar
stand. $50 month. BROWN. 1221 Market st.
SALESMAN in gent's furnishing goods; must
¦ make himself generally useful. COX, box
259, Call office.
WANTED — Cooks, waiters, porters, kitchen
help for restaurants; no fee. 526 Montgom-
$C0— CIGAR store, well stocked, in Rood loca-
tlon; opportunity for young man small means
to secure good living. 257 Fourth st.
TALENTED amateur performers. Apply at
Chutes C p. m. Wednesday; salary no object
DISHWASHER wanted at 666 Fourth st.: no
DISHWASHER wanted. Park Hotel, 26 Turk
DISHWASHER wanted. 1923 Flllmore St.,
WANTED— Waiter at New Golden Gate Hotel
134 Fourth st.
LABORERS shipped to Nevada, free fare. See
MURRAY & CO., 28 East st.
GOOD waiter wanted. 134 Third st.
WANTED — A barber for Santa Rosa. Call at
402 Brannan st. Monday morning.
GOOD steady restaurant cook. 5 Polk st.
BARKEEPER; German preferred; must be
active and well recommended. Box 261. Call.
LUNCH waiter wanted. 223 Brannan st.
WANTED — Man to wash dishes and help In
dining-room. 258 'First st.
WANTED — Young man as porter In saloon
. The Bivouac, corner Tenth and Market sts!
ELDERLY man for general lodging-house
work: small wages; afternoon. 704 Howard.
WANTED — Cashier, male. Apply Cal. Dairy
Kitchen with reference. 761 Market st.
WANTED-^Night cashier to make himself
generally useful. 29A Stockton st.
WANTED — Lunch waiter at 1406 Polk st.
FIRST-CLASS barber for Saturday afternoon
and Sunday, for 6 weeks. 1406& Dupont st
GOOD. paying barber shop for sale cheap! 828
WANTED— 2 young men; good references-
hours 6 to 12 p. m. : apply by letter only
BACIGALUPI. 840 Market St.. *'
BARBER shops and rooming houses supplied
• with " towels. 40c per 100. Yosemite Towel
Supply Co., 708 McAllister; phone Kate 26.
WANTED— Grocery clerk: good wages; must
have references. M. D. MEYER & CO. Geary
and Devisadero sts.
¦ — ¦ '— 2
WANTED— Experienced liquor salesman- Ger-
man preferred; references required- old e^-
tabllshed house. Box 547. Call office.
WANTED — A good bushelman. S N. WOOn
& CO.. 718 Market st. °" OOD
BARBERS. 4-chair shop for sale- flrst-class
Apply WILL & FINCK. 21 O'Farrell st.
PANTSMAKERS to take work out. 541 Mar-
ket st., upstairs. .
CUTTER on tailoring who understands country
orders. 641 Market st. y
BOY wanted to learn trade. THE FINK ~Z
SCHINDLER CO.. 1309 Market st * 1Wlt *
WOODWORKER wanted on buggies- steady
work. 1504 Folsom st. «'«• s«aay
WANTED— Men for light work on fruit 1731
• Folsoin st .
YOUNG man to learn glove finishing. $4 per
week to start. Carson Glove Co.. 35 Market.
BOYS wanted. Apply California Barrel Fa*
- tory. Twenty-second and Illinois sts. w
WANTED^-An all-round Jeweler. Apply J. N.
PHILLIPS, C2i J st.. Sacramento.
WANTED— Boy fpr wholesale house; chance to
advance. Box 1745. Call office.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged -hair
price. 863 Mission st.. bet 1st and 2d sts.
2000 PAIRS of new and second-hand shoes for
• - sale cheap. McDONALD & PERRY. 241 3d.
WANTED — Young men to lenra barber trade
S. F. Barber College. 741 A Howard st
•¦."¦¦ '. ¦ . V
' '- WANTED MALE.y'
CKEP — First-class American cook, suitable for
-.springs, resorts, etc., wishes situation; lately
cooking In best • Eastern hotels. See J. F.
CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st.
I WOULD like to get a good home; can milk,
care horse and buggy and garden; all-around
good man. 60 years. Box 257. Call.
A YOUNG man, good and reliable, wishes po-
sition as blacksmith in city or country. Box
263. Call office. .
PIANO player, good sight reader, wants posi-
tion. Address F. S., 26 Sacramento st.
"WANTED — Work mornings or evenings at
sweeping and cleaning up. Box 553, Call.
A YOUNG man of good standing is desirous of
obtaining a position as collector or solicitor;
speaks German and can give best of referen-
ences. Address box 624, Call office.
YOUNG, well educated Swiss gentleman, hav-
ing perfect knowledge of German. French and
English, wishes situation as valet or compan-
ion. JOHN STALDER. 581 12th st. Oakland.
POSITION wanted by an experienced butcher,
cutter and sausage maker; country pre-
f erred. 627 Wisconsin st.
BOOKKEEPER, young man. age 25. wishes
position: eight-years' experience; best refer-
ences. Box 236. Callofnce.
WANTED — By an experienced blacksmith, a
position; Is a thorough carriage blacksmith.
Box 226, Call office. - '
CHINESE -first-class cook wishes position as
such in first-class hotel, city, country or
springs. " 13 Waverly place.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
Ei-bscriptlons has been established at 1006
Valencia st. . ¦ ¦ ¦ '
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. t /
COMPANIES Incorporated and financed; stock
and bond issues guaranteed, underwritten and
fold; stock accepted for services. Send for
Pacific States Investor. PACIFIC STATES
- MINING AND INVESTMENT CO.. 326 Post.
FLATS .TO LET.' .
ELEGANT new flat, 6 rooms; modern im-
provements; gas and electric lighted; Noe
arid Elizabeth sts. Mission and 24th sts.
UPPEK sunny flat 4 rooms, gas, hot and cold
water; ash man free. 22 Summer st., near
TURK, 524 V t — Sunny flat of three rooms fur-
nished for housekeeping; rc-nt reasonable.
FLAT of . 5 rooms and bath; modern improve-
ments. 3446 Twentieth St., near Capp.
GOLDEN GATE ave., 975, opp. Jefferson Sq. —
Upper sunny modern flat of 5 rooms and bath.
SUNNY flat, 4 rooms; furnished or unfurnished.
2K>3 and 2829 AVashlngton st.
TENTH, 435— Flat, 6 rooms, bath and laundry.
UPPER 4-room flat and bath; rent $15. 336
Tehama st. .
$15 — UPPER flat of 12 rooms. 27 Broa'dway.
t ¦ '
I FLATS TO LET FURNISHED.
FOR RENT — For two months, elegantly fAir-
nlshed new upper flat of eight rooms, sunny
and modern; on corner; fine view; electric
lights; porcelain bath; gas range; piano, etc. ; '
close in: three car lines; reasonable to right
party of adults. Box 260. Call office.
GOLDEN GATE. 1517-^4 rms.-.bath; gas range;
garden: $25; lower fiat. 2 rms., $12 60; 1 to 4. :
FIIRMTURE FOR SALE.
4 ROOMS furnished in Qak. $48 50, with No. 7
range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market, i
FOR SALE — Flat 5 rooms and bath, furnished,
at 631B Minna. Call Sunday and Monday.
. FURNITURE WANTED. '
BIG price paid for furniture for 60 days; special
reasons. S. J. WAUGH. r. 415, Examiner big.
A. WOLLPERT, 773. Mission St., pays highest
price for second-hand furniture; tel. Red 1354.
TRY Danlcheff One Dollar Glove; you will
never wear others; warranted. 121 Grant ave.
HELP WAKTEP--.F13M ALE.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S.. Phone Grant 185
Head waitress, cafe, Los - Angeles . (no Sun-
day work), must understand arm and check
work, fare paid $10 week
.Head waitress, nice place.;' ..$40
10 waitresses, springs, fare one way. .$10-$25 ;
Chambermaid, springs, 12th month, fare one ;
way $20 ',
SO waitresses, city and commercial hotels.. ¦
Chambermaid to wait, country hotel, fare paid !
3 waitresses, ' Arizona, free fare $25
Man and wife, cook and helper, resort $65
2 waitresses, same place $20
. Forelady, laundry, must understand marking
and distributing $10 week
Assistant laundress, summer resort, fare I
paid $20 j
Laundress, city $20
2 waitresses, Santa Cruz, fare one way... $20 !
Woman and 'daughter, working housekeeper,
country hotel $40
' 2 waitresses. Santa ruz, fare one way $20
Restaurant waitress i $7 week
Woman, day work, steady place, no Sunday
work $1 day
Nurseglrl. care of small children, nice place,
S15-I20; young girl, assist care of children,
$10; 5 places nursegirls, $10-$20; cook and
second girl, same American family, city, $45;
houseglrl to assist, nice American family,
$15. In fact we have many places for cooks, '¦
houseglrls, second girls, nursegirls, city and j
country, best of wages, call -and see us.
C. R. HANSEN & CO 429 Bush st.
(Opposite California Hotel, bet. Kearny st.
. : and Grant ave.) ¦
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. large family, $35; 40
housework girls for city and country. MISS
PLUNKETT, 425 Sutter st., near Powell.
A MAN and wife for a milk dalrj', $60; a man
and wife for private family In country, $50;
a man and wife for small ranch place, $45 to
$50. MISS PLUNKETT, 425 Sutter Bt.,
A YOUNG, strong Irish Cathollcglrl as kitchen
maid in a private family, $25. MISS PLUN-
KETT, 425 Sutter St., near Powell.
MRS. M. E. DAY ...Phone Main 1575
- •'. HOTEL DEPARTMENT.
2 head waitresses, $35 and $30; 25 waitress-
es, flrst-class springs, mountain and sum-
, mer resorts, $25 and $20; 20 waitresses, flrst-
class commercial and city hotels, $25, $22 50,
$20; chambermaids to wait, $20; woman
¦ cook, about 20 boarders, no dishwashing, $45,
, sleep home; laundress, private family. $35.
MRS. M. E. DAY 335 Geary.
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.
COOK and second girl, same house. $30- and
$25; a second girl. $25; housegirl, $30; board-
ing-house cook. $35; waitress, $20. MRS.
NORTON. 313 Sutter st. . , . v .
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 — Competent girl for second and
waiting; Gorman or Scandinavian preferred.
Call between 0 and 10:30 or 5 and 6, 1640
Pine st. , " ..
A YOUNG girl from 16 to 18 for general
housework; 3 In family; no washlns. 1722
O'Farrell st. , ...
GERMAN or Scandinavian girl for housework
¦ and plain cooking; small family; wages $25-
I $30. 2520 Vallejo st. . •
GIRL for general housework. Apply morning
CCS Franklin St.. between McAllister st. and
Golden Gate ave.
WANTED — A. girl to care for 2 children; fam-'
Ily to.be In. country 2 months. Apply. 1S18
" Sacramento st. . • :•', •
GIRL- to- learn ladles' '• tailoring; paid , while
learning:. 1610%- Bush st.
WAITRESS wanted; 1 experience not necessary.
Apply 211' Eddy st. . •
I WAITRESS wanted. Call at 2 Eighth St., near
i Market.'- "" , ...
WANTED — Young .girl apprentice: wages after
first four weeks., Hair Store. 112 .Eddy st.
WANTED— First-class skirt maker. Call be-
tween 10 and 12. .003 Eddy st.
WANTED— 2 waitresses at 1007 Market st.
WANTED— :Waltres3 at , 7 - Tay lor st. ; wages
$7 per week.
GIRL " wanted for general housework • and
cooking; small family, 1423 Larkin at.