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THE /SAN FB AN CISCO' CALL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1902.
SA3T FRASCISCO CALL.
BUSINESS OFFICE of The San Francisco
Call, corner Market ar.d Third streets; Ci»eu
until 12 o'clock every night in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— 627 Uontgcniery street,
corner Ciay; open until a:30 p. m.
1300 Hayes street: open until l»:30 p. m.
033 McAllister street; open until 0:30 p. m.
C15 Larkin street; open until l>:30 p. m.
1941 Mission street; opju until 10 p. in.
22tl Market street, corner Sixteenth; opeu
until 0 ;\ m.
106 Eleventh street; open until 9 p. ra.
1096 -Valencia street; or>en until 9 !». ni.
Northwest corner of Twenty- aecend and Ken-
tucky streets: open until a p. m.
2200 Fillmore street ; open until 9 p. m.
. * CHLKCII SERVICES.
WESTMINSTER Presbyterian Church, corner
R Webster and Page ets. — Senices at 11 a. in.
and 7:45 p. m. Rev. Chalmers Easton. D.D..
t>f Washington, D. C. former pastor of Cal-
vary Church, v.ill preach; morning topic,
"The Workers and Their Song"; evening
topic. "God's Protecting Love." On WedneE-
day evening Professor Gilchrltt of San An-
selmo Theological Seminary will conduct the
prayer meeting and submit matters of great
importance to the church. A full attendance
desired. All welcome.
CALVARY Presbyterian Church, corner Cali-
fornia and Octavia streets — Rev. John Hemp-
hill. D. D.. pastor; Rev. George G. El-
dredge, associate r>astor. Morning service at
11 o'clock. Dr. Hemyhill will preach. Ser-
mon topic. "A Messaee of Hope." Evening
sei-x-ica a.t 7:45 o'clock. Mr. Eldredsre will
preach. . Sermon topic, "Slow Conquest."'
Sunday schools at 10 a. ni. and 12:30 p. m.
Y. P. S. C. E. at ti:3o p. m. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
FIRST Presbyterian Church, corner of Van
Xess ave. and Sacramento et. — Rev. William
Kirk Guthne, i>astor. Services at 11 a. in.
and 7:45 p. m. Kev. Hush W. Gtlchrist will
preach both moi-ninz and evening, fcundar
school at 12:45 ». m. Christian Endeavor at
6::fO '). m. Wednesday evening prayer meet-
Ing at S o'clock. All are cordially invited.
CEXTRjft Church. Mission street, between
Sixth and Seventh — Pastors, Arthur H.
Briggs tnd Herbert K. Briggs. 11 a. ni., ser-
Ivice and sermon. Special music. Quartet,
"O Be Joyful" iBuck); soprano solo, Mifcs
Uroderick; 12:45 p. m., Sunday school, Rolla
V. Watt, surxrintendent; (i:15 p. m.. Socle-
ties of Christian Endeavor: 7:3o p. m., cou-
cert. Programme: Overture. "The Bridal
Feast" (Gruenwald). orchestra; "LeaU,
Kindly LSrht" (Buck). Knickerbocker Male
Quartet: selection. "La Berceuse" iGounod).
orchestra; vocal trio. "Father in Heaven"
(Stearns), Miss Broderick, Miss Tooley. Mr.
Crane; violin solo, "Adagio" <Ries), Charles
E. Robson; vocal quartet, "Now the Day is
Over" tPreston), Miss Broderick. Miss Too-
ley, Mr. Crane, Dr. Smith; recessional, grand
march (Tracv). orchestra. 8 p. m., eermon.
topic, "A Problem in Municipal Morals. '
The pastors preach to-day. The eeats are
tree and tfte peorie are welcome.
AT Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, corner
Sixteenth and Market streets, on the Ca6tro
stre-€t o?.r line — T^e new pastor. Rev. Dr. John
A. B.'Wilson date of Howard street), will open
his commission and preach at 11 a. m. on
'The Cure of Care." and at 7:45 p. m. on
"Seed Time and Harvest."
SIMPSON Memorial Methodist Episcopal
Church, corner Hayes and Buchanan sts. —
Rev. John Stephens, the pastor. wUl preach
at 11 a- m. on "Paster and People." and at
7:45 p. m. on "The Moral Tone of Modern
Life." Good music by chorus choir. Sun-
day-school at 12:45 p. m. Epworth League
at 6:45 p. m. Seats in this church free. All
TRINITY Church, corner Bush and Gough sU.
Rev. Frederick W. Clampett. D.D., rector.
Holy communion, 7:30 a. m. ; Sunday school.
9:30 a. m.; morning prayer and holy com-
munion, 11 o'clock; sermon by the rector;
evening prayer. 4 o'clock, sermon by the as-
sistant. A hearty Invitation is extended.
UNITARIAN Church (First), southwest corner
Geary and Franklin streets — Rev. Bradford
Leavitt, minister; Charles A. Murdock, su-
perintendent of Sunday school. The Sunday ¦
school is at 10 o'clock. The morning service .
is at 11 o'clock. Rev. Bradford Leavitt
will preach; subject "The Evils of Sectari-
anism — A plea for Broadmindedness." Mu-
sic by quartet under direction of H. Brether- !
ick. organist. Mrs. Priest Fine will sing. All ;
are cordially invited. There is\ no evening :
service. ~ ;
UNITARIAN Church, corner Capp and Twen-
tieth streets — Rev. E. F. Dinsmore. minister.
Sunday school at 0:45 o'clock. Mr. W. C.
Maxwell, superintendent. The minister will ]
preach at 11 o'clock. Subject "Zaccheus or i
Creeds vs. Deeds." Under the direction of j
Jal-ish Clement Esq., the musical exercises !
will be rendered by vocal and instrumental !
quartets. Including: a cello solo by Mr. Wii- !
liam Wertsch Jr. j
FIRST Congregational Church, corner Post |
and Mason Ets. — Rev. George C. Adams,
D. D.. pastor, will preach at both services. !
At 11 a. m., topic, "Paul, the Courteous'
Men." At 7:45 p. ,. mtopic. "A Mighty Man :
of Valor, but — ". All are cordially invited.
THIRD Congregational. Fifteenth st.. near
Mission — Rev. William Rader. pastor. 11 a.
m.. "The Christ Life"; 7:30 p. m., "Is
There a Personal God?"
HAMILTON Square Baptist Church. Post and
v Steiner sts. — Rev. L. J. Sawyer, formerly of
Seattle, pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. and I
7:45 p. m. Sunday School at 12:30. Prayer
meeting: Wednesday nights. All are wel-
FIRST Church of Christ Scientist Central
block, 223 Eutter St., bet Kearny and Grant
ave. — Christian Science sen-ice at 11 a. m.;
subject of lesson sermon, "Reality"; Sun-
day school for children at the same hour;
Wednesday evening meeting: at 8 o'clock; free
reading- room. 206 Kearny et., rooms 509-510;
all are welcome.
Divine senices will
1 '•" ' • IJ Ibe held during the
coming holidays by Rev. M. M. Golden at
the large Opera Hall, cor. Grove and Laguna
sts., as formerly, with the most satisfying re-
eults. Tickets can be had at the above hall i
T^s, a y a a n<i a at im Buchanaa - eu \
A GREAT union mas? meeting for men only
will be held this Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Young Men's Christian As-
sociation, Mason and Ellis streets. There
will be special music for the occaslon.and
all men are invited to attend. Rev. William
Rader -will give the address on "The Gospel '
of a Better Life."
THE Theosophical Society, Colonel H. S. Ol-
cott, president-founder. Pacific Coast Head-
quarters Odd Fellows' Building — Public lec-
ture at S p. m. by Miss J. C. Brodle; sub-
ject "The Heaven World." Golden Chain
class for children at 11:30 a. m. Class for
Inquirers Thursday 2:30 p. m.
AA — DR. J. Der>ew Kerjran's free lecture this
evening. Crystal Hall. Pythian Castle, 909
Market st; subject, "Evolution," continued,
followed by marniflcent views of ancient
Rome; free tickets will be distributed for X-
ray exhibition at Sanitarium Tuesday even-
lng; remember question box; special music
BENJAMIN FAY MILLS will commence his
Third annual series of liberal rellKlous lec-
tures this evening at 8 o'clock in Golden
Gate Hall. C25 Eutter st. under the auspices
of the Unity Club: subject "The Sixth
Sense:" Mrs. O. K. McMurray will sing; all
seats free; doors open at 7:30 sharp.
909 MARKET— Dr. Seeley; subject 2 p. m .
"Phenomena of Eoiritualiem"; 8pm
"Spiritist and Spiritualist"; Buswell and
wife, developing mediums, and their bllnd-
folfltd pupils will Rive testa.
25c— TESTS TO ALL— 25c
BROCKWAY'S psychic seance to-night; If
In count and trouble; all affairs of life; at-
tend thl» seance and receive Batisfactlon.
10S2 Ellis st.
MRS. EBERHARDTS spiritual test meeting
to-night 32jO Twenty-second st, between
Mission and Valencia; 10c.
C. V. MILLER'S materiallzinsr seanoe; 10*1
Bush. & n. m.; tel. 4133 Larkin st.; 50 cents.
FRIENDSHIP Hall. 3.« McAllister— Mrs. C J
Meyer; Bit, daily; test circle every night 10c.
MME. YOUNG'S convincing spirit messages
to-nlgrht. COS McAllister; 10c; come skeptics.
URS. STODDARD'S splendid seances; all pet
tests 10c; Sun.. Tues. 27ft oth. Sittings daily.
TESTS— Front hall. 909 Market; 11 fr^T~2~8
10c:Mrs. Gilllnsham. Miss DIxon/Mr. Wilson!
MRS. C. WERMOUTH'S convincing test meet.
Ing to-r.ight, a o'clock. 10c. 117 Larkin st.
W.G. KEEGAN holds a trst seance «very night
except Sat.; 10c; sittings dally, us Cth st.
MISS MOTT'S free test circle to-night; read-
Ings daily. 25c and SOc. 34 Sixth %-t.
MRS. WINCHESTER, 1009 Clay— Circles Sun-
day. 8 p. m. ; Tuesday, 2 p. m.
URS. VIGAR'S teFt meeting to-night, 10c 148
Sixth st. room 21; sittings dally.
EDWARD EARLE v.i!l return and hold seance
Thursday evening. 32S Ellis et.
. SUXDAY LECTURES.
THE celebrated lecturer, O. N. ORLOW Ph
D.D., will deliver a lecture «-ntlUed "Right
and Wrong" this Sunday m upper Gold«?n
Gate Hall, 629 (upstairs) Sutter st.; sd:r>f«-
sion free; all those interested in ih- "Ven'
Thought" are Invited.
PROGRESSIVE spiritualists; Ccveuj.it hall
Odd Fellows' building:. Seventh a:i«i Market
ets.. to-night. MRS. it. S. LILL12 speaker;
good music; admission free.
-ray THE FUTURE MARRIAGE WILL BE
A GRAND SUCCESS"— Free Van Auken
lecture to married ladies, 8 Monday evening.
C18 Eddy et. ,
"NOW" lecture. Henry Harrison Brown, Odd
Fellovre* Bldjj; "Coming Man"; 8 p. m.-
GOLDEN Gate Lodge. T. S. (Colonel 'Olcott
president-founder)— Public lecture to-night at
8 o'clock by Mr. W. L. Ducey. Subject. "Di-
vine Democracy." Room 11. Flood bldg.
GOLDEN GATE Lodge No. 30. F. & A. «•
M. The officers and members will as-
remhle in "King Solomon's Hall, Ma-'TE2f
sonic Temple, SUNDAY. Sept 21, /.V^
1902, £t 12:30 p. w., for the purpose of con-
ducting: the funeral of our late brother
WILLIAM WELLS. Master Masons and
friends of deceased respectfully invited. . By
cider of the W..M. •
EDWIN L. MEYER, Secretary.
CALIFORNIA Lodse No 1. I. O.
O. F.— Initiation MONDAY
EVENING. Sept. 22. Members be 3£5%ZsS~
present. Visitors invited.
S. H. COCHRAN. N. G. _
UNITY- Lodge No. 131. x I. O. O. *<-&rtibaL
F.— On TUESDAY EVENING, §^SS&
Sept. 23, 1902. the Veteran Odd
i Fellows will pay the lodge a fra- ' // " 1^
tcrnal visit. Visiting brothers cordially in-
vited. G. H. STEWART, N. G..
F. H. HOLCOMB. Rec. Sec. .
THE California Debris Commission having re-
ceived applications to mine by hydraulic
process from John Schafer. In Eda mine,
near Spanish Ranch, Plumas County, Cal.,
to deposit tailings in dam draining Into
Qulen Sabe Creek, emptying into Feather
River; from W. J. Edwards. U. S. Webb
and F. -W. Hogan. in Edwards placer mine,
near Quincy. Plumas County, Cal., to de-
posit tailings in dam draining into Black :
Hawk Creek, which reaches Feather River;
from Hansen Bros., in Last Resort mine,
near Sierra City. Sierra County, Cal.. to de-
pceit tailings on' their land draining into
Howard Creek, which reaches South Fork of
Tuba River, and from James' Broad, in Rob-
ert Burns gravel mine, near Placeryllle, El
Dorado County, Cal.. to deposit tailings on
flat draining into South Fork of American
River, gives notice that a meeting will be
fceM at room 96, Flood building. San Fran-
cisco. Cal., Sept. 29. 1902. at 1:80 p. m.
AGENTS — Do you want something more profit-
able and easier to sell than books or insur-
ance? F. PERSON, room 412. Parrott bldg.
WANTED — A cood solicitor on gilt-edge stock;
good commission. F. BURRELL CLARK, 838
Market st. - --^.v.
RETURNED — Prof. Raymond; horoscopes cast
i at his bookstore. ' 649 Ellis st;letters answered.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
R. W. KING, atty-at-Iaw, Examiner bldg.. rm.
C13; all cases; damages, estates, wills, mort-
gages, partnerships, attachments, collections,
etc.; legal papers drawn; consultation free;
no advance charges; call or write.
ADVICE free;divorces a specialty; quick, quiet;
no charge without success; established 16 yrs.
G. W. HOWE, »50 Market St., cor. Stockton.
JOHN R. AITKEN, attorney at law. Rooms
3C0-10-11 Ounie bldg.. 503 California st
; ADVICE free; no charges unless successful; all
cases; open evgs.- W.W. Davidson. 927 Market
L. S. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bldg.. 927 Mar-
ket St.: consultation free; no fees in advance.
BICYCLES — For Snle or Exchange.
ALLEN'S prices for bicycles will surprise you; :
2d-hand wheels cheap; agent Columbia, Eu-
reka. Monarch bicycles; repair' g. 301 Larkin.
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
EXPERIENCED nurse would like infant or
child to board. 145 Seventh st. "'^i
I BOOKS XEW AXD OLD.
BOOKS of all kinds bought libraries purchased.
H. C. Holmes, 1149 Market; tel. Howard 1040. :
JOSEPH STRAUB, 850 Market st
Restaurant on main street south of Market;
owner leaving city; low rent; only $500.
Good paying grocery and bar north of Mar-
ket; sickness; low rent lease.
W- Hesale and retail wine and liquor busi-
Ba_ery, first-class, doing large and profitable
business; owner retiring; call.
Interest in steam -beer brewery.
Country hotel in good mercantile city; coun-
ty seat; 34 well-furnished rooms, bar; steady
boarders; good business"; only $1500.
Good paying bakery across the bay; call.
Very good paying candy business.
Mineral water agency; splendid opportunity.
Saloon and cigar stand, near Market st, for
$1100; doing nice trade; the neatest saloon in
city for the price; lease; low rent; owner go-
Ing out of saloon business. FREEMAN,
PERRY & CO.. 930 Market St. -
$500— PARTNER wanted in an established cash
business; receiving orders from city and j
country; duties easily learned; sure to clear
to each $125 a month; owner well known,
practical man. Particulars with DONNELLY
CO.. 632 Market St.
HOTELS, city and country; also choice busi-
ness openings at bargain prices.
Rooms 1-2, 917 Market st. bet. Cth and Gth.
FOR sale — $3500 will buy at invoice value best
wholesale and retail wine and liquor business
for the price in the city; qualified buyers may
apply. VON STACH, 725 Webster St., city.
$1200 — CIGAR stand; no better location In Oak-
land; good business; proflts $100 to $200
month clear. Call on ALDEN CO.. Ills
$850— FOR ',4 Interest in established grocery
and liquor business; full value in sight. Ad-
dress box 4717, Call office.
.DRUGSTORE for sale; sood opportunity. E.
. E. BUNCE. Oakland.
HOME Equity Co., 873 Market — Buys, sells and
exchanges property of all kinds; large lists.
1O MERCHANT TAILORS.
OPPORTUNITY. FOR INVESTMENT
For eale In Manila, a first-class Tailoring
end Outfitting Establishment situated on the
Lscolta, the most prominent street of Manila
iwhert an American tailor is needed).
This eztablishment has been conducted for
' the past 20 years and the sole reason for sale
la the desire ot one of the partners to return
A larse stock of English, French and Ger-
iran cloth, as well as a stock of Americas
Rents* outfits — all suitable for a tropical cli-
mate — Is on hand.
The entire establishment and stock, as well
as a leasu that has two years uaexplred. will
The books of the firm are open for Inipec-
tlon to intending purchasers. In order to dem-
onstrate the pronts of the business.
For particulars apply to
MARCO & CO.. Escolta. Manila, P. L
FOR SALE— "AT SACRIFICE"— FOR SALE
60 SHARES OF STOCK IN "
PACIFIC COAST LUMBER AND FURNI-
TURE MFG. CO. OF BERKELEY, CAL.
AT $42 PER SHARE— AT $12 PER SHARE.
THE COMPANY'S PRICE IS $100 PEK
THIS STOCK IS FULLY PAID UP AND !
NON-ASSESSABLE; SOLD IN BLOCKS TO
SUIT. FREEMAN, PERRY & CO. 030 MAR.
KET ST.; PHONE BLACK 306.
DRUG store for sale at Lakeport county seat:
only 2 stores; old established trade; well
stocked and fully equipped. Inquire. of R. H.
VAN BANT at Redington & Co.'s, Second st.
San Francisco: T. J. SHERIDAN, Lakeport.
cr J. CRAIG, Woodland.
j £2500 INVESTMENT, secured* by unincum-
Lered city real estate; will pay $150 per
month; fullest investigation given and refer-
ences required. Lincoln Investment Co 6°0
LADY or gentleman to furnish prospecting
outfit for Northern California; rich district-
half-Interest In all flni'.s. Box 4CSS, Call.
WANTED— $5000 additional capital in good
paying wholesale . manufacturing business
Box 4C91. Call offlce. 1
FINE coffee parlor and restaurant: near Mar-
K«t Kt. ; rent $25; gocd business; gee it to-day
Apply Call offlce.
$6r (0 _O ROCERy wita-fcor.se an< i wa gon; good
location; fine store; cheap rent; no agents
Address J., Call office. Alameda.
SALOON: must Bell; account sickness and old
age. 181S Seventeenth st.. cor. Rhode Island.
SALOON. 777 Market St.. for sale^
$2000— SODA water bottling works; good-chance
for right party. Box 3S34. Call. Oakland.
WHOLE or half interest in newly built hotel
in prosperous mining town In Shasta County-
account sickness; 52 rooms; all furnlshed :
own wat»r works. Box 4CS4. Call.
WANTED— By company which has good tlm-
ber, a contractor who has a mill to saw
sgoSr 18 - Addregs Bo * 3 -
VALUABLE invention; rights for sale in coun".
ties and States in America and Europe
Apply room 81. 120 Sutter st.. S. F. -
UALF . ZW~}} ole lnterest In one of the beBt. es-
tablished business chance and real estate of-
nccs in city, centrally located. Box 4318. Call.
PARTNER wanted In good paying restaurant;
must have $75. Call 106 Second st •
WILL trade saloon for downtown cheap lodg-
lng house. 25 to 40 rocras. , 002 Third st.
FOR sale — Candy and notion store near school
2U6 Dwlght way, -Berkeley.-
'^^^HELP_'_WAXTEP^MALE. ' ' ' "
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S Emp. Agency,
420 Bush st, 642 Clay st.
Wanted Monday morning .V.'.."
UTAH UTAH .UTAH
. 2 pile driver engineers, Utah.... $4
10 carpenters, Utah $3 50
10 carpenters' helpers. Utah $2 50
20 fence builders, Utah. .' $2 25
50 laborers around pile driver, Utah.... $2 50
100 teamsters, Utah $2 and $2 25
Free Fare Free Fare ...Free Ware
NEVADA..! NEVADA .NEVADA
Concretemen. Nevada $2 25 and $2 50
Laborers and teamsters, Nevada $2
. Blacksmiths' helpers, Nevada , $2 25
50 laborers, company . work, steel gang Ne-
50 men, extra gang. Coast road $1 75
Free Fare. Free Fare Free Fare
10O men to pick and dry fruit, $1 25 and
found, fares paid; drag sawyer. $40; swamp-
er, $40; 100 laborers and teamsters, city, $2
a day; 20 farmers, milkers, choremen and
others, $30 and $25.
French or Italian chef, $125; chef, country
club. $75; head cook, restaurant, $100; baker
and pastry cook, country hotel, $45; bread
baker, country. $50; 10 second broilers and
fryers, $50 to $70; barber, flrst-class country
hotel, free shop, board and lodging; machine
dishwasher, country hotel. $35; 20 kltchen--
nands, dishwashers and others. $25 and $30:
10 bell boys, $10 and $15. Alex. Bond! please
C. R. HANSEN & CO., ". . .429 Busn'Vt.
. Branch Offlce 642 Clay st.
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 60S Clay.
Phone Main 1101.
Utah & Nevada.. Free Fare.. .Utah & Nevada
1000 , laborers, teamsters, concrete and rock
men. to Reno. Vista. Clark Gerald. Oslno,
Palisade. Battle Mountain Pequop, Fenelon.
Holborn, Icarus, Lucin and Terrace $2,
?2 £5 and $2 60.
Free Fare Ship To-day .... Free Fare
1G0 R. R. men. Cal. N. S. R. R $1 75
300 R. R. men i.....S. P. Co.'s work
To Menlo Park, Redwood City. Los Gatos.
Coyote and Metz
Sawmill crew for Humboldt County; 2 saw-
yers, top wages, see boss here; 2 setters, top
wages, see boss here; 1 edgerman. top wages, i
see boss here; 12 men for general mill work'
$2 to $2 50
' 20 woodchoppers $1 50 cord
10 tie makers, ship Monday, 0 a. m
12c to 18c each
HO miners, muckers and laborers.. $2 to $2 50
50 pick and shovel men, near city.. $2
25 quarrymen and laborers .... ..$2 to $2 25
20 brickyard men .$35 and found
1 brlckmason. fare paid $6 and found
1 cook, to-day, 10 a. m $60 and found
1 cook, to-day, 10 a. m $50 and found
2 cooks, to-day, 10 a. m $40 and found
. 1 cook, 6 to 10 people, mining camp $3o
Many Other Positions .'
Mr. Gioth, brickmason. please call to-day.
AT THE CALIFORNIA EMP. AGENCY,
60 Third st. (nr. Call bldg.); phone Bush 405
FREE STATE OF NEVADA
FREE FARE FREE FARE
STATE OF UTAH...T\
600 teamsters..^ .$2 25 to $2 50 per day
500 laborers and rock laborers. .$2 25 $4 50 day
Section hands for the S. P. R. R., stfuth
60 men for lumber woods, 50 railroad labor-
ers, 60 yard men and lumber pliers, 20 mill
hands, $30 to $65 a month and board, steady
year round, big mills, Mendocino County, free
fare; 20 bridge carpenters, $2 a day and
board, ship Monday, free fare. . .-
LUMBER PILERS LUMBER PILERS
20 men to pile lumber, $2 a day, for Madera
Sugar Pine Co., Madera
Free Fare.... Free Fare
Special shipment Monday and Tuesday.:....
6 men to work on levee.. $2 a day
20 men for bean field. .$30 a month and board
5 men to pick fruit $1 25 a day and board
12. laborers for quarry; free fare $2 a day
6 drillers, quarry ....$2 25 a day
3 men to cat wood, two tiers, 16 inch
••'•• $150 a cord
100 laborers, city and country... $2 25 per day
CALIFORNIA EMP. AGENCY, 50 Third st.
A BUSINESS man for employment offlce, who
has had general experience in that line; one
who is familiar with shipping men for one
of our branch offices out cf the State; good
wages to right party. Apply In person to
C. R. HANSEN & CO ...429 Bush st.
POSTOFFICE positions— Examinations will
soon be held in this city for positions in the
postofflce. The appointments go to those who
make the. highest grades. The National Corre-
spondence Institute of Washington, D. C. has
prepared by mail hundreds of successful appli-
cants. To save time write the Institute's Pa-
cific Coast offlce. 927 Market at.'. San Francisco,
Cal., for full particulars, which will be sent free.
SALESMAN wanted- by old established cloak-
house to carry line of cloaks, suits, as a side
line, on a commission basis; only those hav-
ing extensive trade in the Western States
need apply; New York references requird. A.
SAMUELS. 34 E 10th St.. N. Y. City.
$3 TO $15 weekly; home work; any one can do
it; guarantee for a year's work. Call 0 to
12 Monday to Thursday, or send 10 cents for
samples,^Novelty Company. 007 Bush st
WANTED — Honest man with $200 cash; take
cash and assist in restaurant; $60 month,
board .and room; no experience; no Sunday
work. BROWN & CO., 1221 Market st.
WANTED— Bright boy, 16 to 18. for offlce
work; good chance to learn business; $4 week
to begin; address in own handwriting, giv-
lng reference. Box 4693, Call.
RELIABLE young man to drive light delivery
wagon and take care of two horses; good
BRoI.^'aSy^t. rlsht maD " PER * A "
WANTED— A young man for clerk in coffee
and crockery store; one speaking French pre-
ferred: good position for the right man.
Answer box 47C0, Call.
COLLECTOR for an Installment house- must
be well acquainted with streets; a man hav-
ing a wheel preferred; give age and experl-
er.ee.- Box 4723, Call offlce.
$22 WEEKLY and all expenses for men with
rigs, to introduce poultry compound; straight
• salary. Imperial Mfg. Co., Dept. 54, Parsons
WANTED— A flrst-class men's furnishing
goods salesman and window dresser; for ctty-
retall. EAGLESON & CO., 535 Market st *
WANTED— Man to tend offlce. wait on cus-
tomers; steady place year round- $75 re-
qulred. Inquire 331 Kearny 8 t. room 12%.
DETECTIVES— Every locality; good salary-
experience -unnecessary. International De-
tectlve Agency. Milwaukee, Wls.
$12 WEEKLY copying letters home; either sex-
send stamp. King Mfg. Co., 248 Warren
ave.. Chicago. -
WANTED— Solicitors to handle restaurant and
hotel tea and coffee trade. Box 4700, Call
offlce; give reference and experience.
A FIRST-CLASS man to do collecting and out-
side work for mercantile house; salary Ad-
dress box 4710. Call offlce.
YOUNG man, 18 to 21, general offlce work-
wholesale house; state experience and salarv
expected. Box 3838. Call offlce.
BOY to assist packing goods. $5 week- must
live with parents. 1158 Washington st
WANTED — Youths for bundle counters Ap-
ply .Monday morning, superintendent EmDo-
STRONG boy. 16-18 years old, to work in
candy and icecream factory. Apply blumn
Confectionery. Polk and Sutter sts. UlaUyl S
PORTER wanted to work in saloon; call early
617 Larkin st;
A GOOD waiter wanted. 134 Third st."" •
TAILORS to take our medium-priced coat*
Call Sunday, bet. 10 & 12.»541^Mkt uWtffi*'
EI^^ LY "P r A^ ne p C « n £ nd s teady,good home;
Wages $15. Ad. P. Q. box, 61. San Rafael.
PLUMBERS' helpers wanted. Apply 1526 Polk
81 "" and "^
T^SKltSS!™ at NaTl0aal L "»*>r. <"
A !i2f T p A oinTi^oo t s ! r wanted: $15 and found -
F^ e n^%^a^^bu^ldg^ A f
BOY to .work on gloves; paid from start; good
. opportunity. Carson Glove Co.; 35 Market st.
BARBER shop for sale. Potrero ave. near
Twenty-fourth st. -: ..*_,
C1 X}h* Servlce 1 Government . positions— About
10,000 appointments made last year- only
, common school education required for exam-
ination; salaries large; work easy; catalogues
of ' Information free. Columbian Correspond-
ence College. Washington.
A fiRNTLEMAN of Indomitable energy and
push; good opportunity for right man. F
PERSON, room 412. Parrott building.
WANTED— A man" to sell gilt-edge stock on
sala'ry ' ' and ccmmlssion. F. BURRELL
CLARK. 838 Market Et. <*nixr.uL.
MEN wanted who wear trusses; a great chance-
truss free; no time lost* from present work.'
ALEX. SPEIRS. ftox 603. ,Wegtbrook. Maine.
LEARN proofreading; sits secured, $15 to $25
weekly. Home Correspondence School. Phlla.
A PRINTER who can print; no other need ap-
ply. See personally the Petaluma Courier.
STRICTLY sober man on small milk route and
> work * around »the place; -small wages and
1 good home. Box 4679, Call office.
S -,.:.¦ SPIRITUALISM. ,...' .
MRS.. JDRTcLARIiT" - ~——~ ~— ~v~-
The well-known medium and clairvoyant,
may. be consulted on all affairs; every hidden
.' njystery revealed; she will show you how to
, overcome your enemies and unite the. separ-
, a ted; tell your entire life — past, present and
future; satlsfactioflby mail; send stamp for
circular with special terms. 1206 Market, st.,'
c6r. Golden Gate ave. ; offices 25 and 26. .
* I _ MRS. DR. CLARK.
25C="TESTS ' TO ALL— 25c * '¦"'¦ '
BROCKWAY'S psychic seance -to-night; if
In,;doubt and trouble; all -affairs of life; at-
tend' ' this seance and receive satisfaction.
1062 Ellis «t ¦ , :
BROCKWAY. 1052 Ellis, near Franklin; phone
Pdlk 2456; readings daily; materializing se-
ance Tuesday, and Friday, nights. 50c.
A.-^Mrs. J. J. Whitney, trance, business me-
dium and life-reader; examination of diseases
free; sitting $1. letter $2. Offices, 10 Turk st.
A.i-jilaterializing seance to-night at 8 o'clock;
admission 60c. 205 Turk st. BROESKE.
MRS.' HUBBARD, 109 Oak st. ; circle Tues.,
Frl.y 8 p. m. ; Wed., 2 p. m.; read, daily, 50c.
Sp'tfTttial meeting, Cambria Hall, 1133 Mission,
Sunday. 11-2-8; all mediums, others invited.
MR8.?ADA',FOYE, 1423 Market St.. bet. 10th &
11th; sittings 10 to 5, $1, Sundays excepted.
DR.> WHEELER; 148 6th st.; most reliable; af-
fairs love; -bus. ; 50c, $1; circles ev'gs.. 10c.
EDWARD EARLE will return and hold seance
Thursday eve. » 328 Ellis st. - -":-x -"-
— iill™ ' c ' LAIIt _ VOYAX . TS : .
;;':*- 1104 MarketBt, corner Turk.
Ismar, . the Egyptian Gypsy, 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
foresight into the future; if you are In trouble
of»any kind, discontented, unhappy or not sat-
isfied In life, consult Ismar, for she is a proph-
etess of world-wide fame, and her name has be-
comfe^a proverb in thousands of homes made
hapjpy by her aid and advice. Ismar can be
consulted daily from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; Sun-
day* lrom 10 to 12 a. m., at her offlce, 1104
Market st., corner Turk..
SPECIAL — Ismar's readings by mall are fully
as satisfactory as those given In person; three
questions answered, $1: full life reading, $5.
Send date 'and' year of birth.' Don't send cur-
rency; send postofflce, Wells-Fargo money or-
der.; or registered letter.
i A— 60c, $1 .SPECIAL. .50c. $1
. PAUL DESTINE.
The First Registered Trance Cla'.rvoyant and
• Palmist Ever in San Francisroo. Your
1 Life as an Open Book.
FREE FREE .FREE
.; IF NOT CORRECT.
And unless you obtain the information for
which you consult^ htm.he will positively re-
fuse to accept a fee. He will straighten out
your affairs and give you success In all your
undertakings; how to' accumulate a fortune
and be happy; tells If the one you love is true
or false; whom and when you will marry; teils j
what" ails you and 'oftentimes give* you back
your lost nerve and energy., 326 O'Farrell st.
A $2 (READING for 25c; a $5 . reading for 50c,
and $i0 reading for $1; this week only; this
rtlfedium has no equal; tells past, present
future; gives names, dates and facts; tells
what you came for without . your saying a
. word; whom. and when you will marry, with
. proper advice; evil Influence is removed; sep-
arated united; happy and speedy marriage to
your choice in nine days; teaches occult sci-
ence; gives satisfaction or no pay; hours 10
to 8 daily and Sunday. Parlors 1010 Mission
st.,"- near Sixth.
MME. M. BERNARD, ' ~ ~~~
~.- - ¦- . THE FAMOUS
Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently
located at 17 Third st. next Examiner bldg.;
she, reads your life correctly, gives an accurate
description of the past, reveals the present hap-
penings and portrays ¦ events to occur in the
future; if • you are in trouble, discontented or
not satisfied ln-llfe, or have domestic, love or
business troubles, 'consult this great medium
and -you will be told' how to overcome them;
valuable advice in all affairs of life; 25c up;
satisfaction. guaranteed. Tel. Black 4569.
ISMAR, the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and
palmist, permanently located 1104 Market *t,
cor. Turk; private readings daily, 10 a. m. to
6 p. m. ; readings by mall as satisfactory as
in person; 3 questions answered. $1; full life,
$5; send lock of hair, date and year of birth;
don't send currency. Send Postofflce, Wells-
Fargo money order or registered letter.
RETURNED— CASTILLO, the noted Hindoo
seeress and palmist; love, . business and min-
ing a specialty; unites the separated; 3 ques-
tions by mail $1. 1104 Market st, suite 14;
readings daily. 9 to 9; Sundays, 10 to 12.
MrhirLeoia/ 2326 Mission, nr. 20th — Best clair-
voyant, fortune teller and spiritualist In the
world. Luck, . love and Palestine ¦ wonder
charms. Lessons given. Hours 1 to 9 p. m. |
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant & card J
reader, born with double veil — second sight;
diagnoses diseases with life reading ;ladles 50c,
gents $1; palm. & clalr. sit. $1 50. 126 Turk.
A— Miss Zemdar, young gifted clalr. and palm.;
she has second sight: a wonderful prophetess;
names; L. 50c, G. $1.-1235 Market, nr. Oth.
MISS M. WILLE, 330 Ellis st... clairvoyant. '
crystal seer, reads your life correctly without
questions ;names given ;50c$l;10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Mme. Marceau, clairvoyant, card reader. Lames j
25c; : gents COc. 34 Gth at., r. 6. Hours 10 to !>. !
GYPSY BELL, the great Egyptian medium, !
has arrived. Offlce 817 Mission; hours 0 to 8.
MME. RAVENNA; business advice; names
given; full, life readings. 5 Fourth st.
MRS. RENNER — Removed to 1110 Powell st;
life & planet reader; 25c and 50c: ladies only.
MME. WALTERS, great card reader; la. 25c;
gents '5Cc. 051 Mission St., nr. 6th; open Sun.
Clairvoyant, card reader, from Louisiana; only j
10c; hours from 1 to 8. 262 Minna, nr. 4th. j
MRS. MALLORY— Clairvoyant, Clairandient
Spirit Card Reader. 015 H Howard st. ; SOc.
MME. KAISER. (German), palmist — Planet and
cbrd reader. 143 Third St.. room 4.
MRS. BROWN, clairvoyant card reader; ladleij
25c; gents 50c; readings dally. 132 Sixth et.
LINCOLN — Clairvoyant and high psychlst ;
hours 11 to 3; readings by mail. 125 Turk st.
MRS; SHAFFER, clairvoyant card reader; slt-
tlhga dally. 448>,& Jessie st.. bet. 5th and 6th.
MRS. BAUMANN. the well-known clairvoyant,
has moved to 317 Ellis st; readings dally.
MONEY ? FOR~BRAINS ~~~ "*""" ' "
Is > being paid every day. in large sums. By
using spare moments in the night school ft
the Y. M. C. A. at Mason and Ellis sts.
(Departments of Business, Steam and Elec-
. trlcal Engineering. Law, Art. Civil Service
• and Languages; also courses by mail, if de-
ilr*(l. A request to the Educational De-
partment will bring a catalosue) a young
man may 50 acquire knowledge as to be able
to rent his
.;..¦ ¦ * BRAINS FOR MONEY.
KEALD'S SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING — Theory, demonstration! construc-
tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly
practical ; day, night 24 Post; catalogue free.
CALIFORNIA Business College — "A thorough
school"; 'positions for all capable students;
modern methods: progressive spirit. Write
. for illustrated catalogue . B. 305 Larkin 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-^-COOPER-GERSON. School of Acting, 414
¦Mason st.; 7 special Instructors; day classes,
. 60 lessons mo.; $12 50; eve.- classes, 24 les-
sons mo.. $8; send for illustrated catalogue.
A-VTHE : Lyceum, an accredited preparatory
school for the university, law and medical
Colleges;. ref./ Pres. Jordan or any Stanford
professor; day, eve. sessions. Phelan bldg.
GALLAGHER-MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE -
conducted by : experts: best . combined short-
hand and commercial course to be had; In-
dorsed by official court reporters. 13S2 Market.
LADY wants furnished room, or meals , (two
dally); exchange lessons in painting, voice
or piano instruction ; walking distance of
Powell and Market. Box 4721. Call offlce.
FANNIE BROWN, soloist and teacher of vio-
¦ lln, cornet -and piano; orchestra practice
Thursday eve.; music furnished. 723 Larkin.
EVERY graduate secures a position and. holds
it; practical teachers: low rates; good rooms.
S. F. Business College. 1236 Market -fit ;
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.,mlning,mech.,sur-
: vey, assay, cyanide; day, eve.; est.-1864.-Van-
der Nalllen School, ,113 Fulton.' nr.Clty Hall.
WANTED— Mandolin, guitar and cello players
for a good club; references. 1836 Eddy st.
ACADEMY of Dancing — Lessons private or in
clats. MISS JEAN HUDDY. 6 Hyde st.
B £J? JO> m andolln or guitar thoroughly taught,
2Bt'two hours. ; 317 Gough st. -
CANDIDATES well prep* d for teacher's examl-
natlon by former State Supt; 333 Phelan big.
PROF. MERKI, 1008 Mission, nr. 6th— Private
-lessons, violin, mandolin, guitar;club practice.
SCHOOL OF ILLUSTRATION....... .Day and
•PARTINQTOH'S. 424 Pine st... .Night class
SPANISH, new method, 25c les. Prof. Slmms.
r.,4, 131, Montgomery st; phone Davis 064.
TARR, the expert, perfects beginners and col-
: lege graduates In bookkeeping. 855 Market.
BOOKKEEPING by mail. $5: no money until
- satisfied. TARR, , expert acc'tant,. 855 Market
ARITHMETIC.: bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc.; day or eve.; $5 mo.' 1024 Mission, nr. Cth.
ACTING,' elocution, specialties;' Hallet School;
associated with : theatrical agency securing
positions. Alcazar building, 120 O'Farrell st.
SHORTHAND taught by _. mail or personally.
MISS M. G. BARRETT, 302 Montgomery st.
Chicago Business College, 1435 Market, nr. 10th;
PIttman shorthand, typing, bookkeepg; $6 mo.
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post st, S. F.;
founded 1S63; new 80- page catalogue free.
HELP WANTED— FEMALE. .
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S ..429 Bush St.
. HOTEL DEPARTMENT
2 waitresses, country hotel, no uniforms. $20
Chambermaid, commercial hotel, fare ad-
• vanced ¦". $20
Chambermaid, short distance $20
Waitress, Orovllle, cafe, party here $25
Waitress, Salinas, fare paid... '.$25
Waitress, Alameda Co., plain place. $20
Chambermaid to watt, country.... $25
Chambermaid, city, for 1st of month.. $17 50
Cook, Fresno Co.; fare paid. $35
Nurse, institution, 1st of month, city $20
Second girl, institution, city $20
Cook and second girl, boarding-house, city.$55
2 .laundresses, plain work, party here,
-country , .;....... ;$20
Laundress, country hotel. $25
2 waitresses, plain restaurant, city $7 wk.
And more new orders will be in Monday.
FAMILY DEPARTMENT ....
Waitress and do some upstairs work, private
family, $25; young nursegirl, $12; second girl,
city, $25; cook, city, -$35; second girl, same
place. $25: parlor maid, city, $25; second girl,
nice place, $25; cooks, houseglrls, second
girls, city and country; hundreds of orders
and new. ones for the first of the week.
C. R. HANSEN & CO.... 420 Bush- st
WANTED— Cook, no washing. $35; institution
cook. $40; 6 cooks, little wash, $30; 6 second
girls, $20. $25; 2 parlor maids, $25; 4 nurse-
. girls, $15, $20, $25; chamber work, $8 week,
sleep home; 2 cooks for ranch, $25; house-
work. San Anselmo, $30; cook and second
girl, same house, $25, $30; 4 restaurant wait-
resses, $S; chambermaid and waiting $25;
waitress, nurses' hall, sanitarium. $20; 100
housework girls for nice places; good wages-
see ladies at office Monday, all day. Apply
to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter St.
OPERATORS AND A NUMBER OF BRIGHT
GIRLS' WILL BE TAKEN FOR INSTRUC-
TION ON OVERALLS AND WHITE
SHIRTS. WITH A STATED AMOUNT
GUARANTEED TO BEGINNERS. STAND-
ARD SHIRT FACTORY, COR. GOUGH
AND GROVE STREETS.
EXPERIENCED , salesladies wanted for lace
department, millinery, cloaks, suits and
waists; also millinery trimmers.- Apply su-
perintendent's offlce, Emporium.
NEAT colored woman for general house-
Work; family of two adults; permanent situ-
ation; references. Ca.ll forenoons only. 740
Ashbury; Halght street cars. 1 - -•
WANTED In cloak department alteration
room skirt and jacket hands. * R. D. . DAVIS
& CO.. Geary and Grant avenue. .
WANTED— A Protestant woman, middle age.
who would like a good home with small
family. Addyess Box 4604, Call offlce.
WANTED — A flrst-class cook (German or Swe-
dish preferred), with flrst-claes references,
who is willing to travel. Box 4720. Call.
SITUATION is open for a responsible educated
woman to handle goods and money for whole-
sale house- Address box 4714, Call.
YOUNG girl for light housework; good home;
$12 a month. Call Monday at jewelry store
1722 Devlsadero St., near Bush.
EXPERIENCED cloak saleslady for Los An-
geles; good salary. Apply S. L. LESZYNS-
KY, 18 Sutter st.
EXPERIENCED hands on passamenterie work-
also apprentice; paid while learning. ET-
TINGER'S. 723 Market st.
WANTED — Experienced dressmaker for waists;
also apprentices; paid while learning. 406
Sutter st., room 39. ~~
EXPERIENCED cashier wanted at Bee Hive
Shoe Store. 717 Market st; apply Monday
moiling, between S and 10 o'clock.
GOOD millinery trimmer wanted; salary $25
per week. PAULINE DUVAL. 24 Kearny.
ERRAND girl. 121 Post St.. room 3ll
BOYS and girls wanted. Mutual Litho Co.,
box depaitment. Second and Bryant sts.
A YOUNG girl; assist light "housework ; care
children; apply mornings. 2967 Howard st.
A . GERMAN girl to learn carving, delicacy
store; paid. -2651 Howard st.
WANTED— Girl for general housework; no
washing; references. Call 78tt McAllister,
WANTED — A competent girl for cooking and
general housework. Apply at 2126 Geary st.
25 LADY solicitors; good pay; easily make Jf2
to $5 a day... Apply 708 Capp St.. near 22d.
WANTED— Ironers at National Laundry, 411
WANTED— Good jacket and skirt hands. Ap-
ply to E. MESS AGER. 145 Post st. -¦..
A RELIABLE compositor wanted on straight
matter; permanent position. Box 4715, Call.
GIRL to care for 2 children; wages $12; sleep
home. The Waldemar, Baker and Fell sts.
CANDY saleslady for flrst-class retail candy
store. AddreSs Candy, box 4722. Call offlce.
A GOOD finisher on fine custom trousers; 75c a
. pair and up. 12A Moss st. "
GIRLS to work on dress trimmings: beginners
paid. COLOMBAT'S. 113 O'Farrell st.
SKIRT hands and finishers on cloaks and
suits at JOS. KRAGEN & CO.'S. 033 Market
AFPRENTICES to learn and paid while learn-
ing at JOS. KRAGEN & CO.'S. 033 Market
2 STARCH work ironers. Standard Laundry
114 Hayes st. " .
PACIFIC College, 1236 Market, cor. Jones and
McAllister; learn for $5; halrdresslng, mas-
sage, dyeing, manicuring," switches, etc.; po-
sitions guaranteed stores and private;day;eve.
A FEW more girls on ladles' silk and wool
waists to work In factory; best pay. 650
Mission st. fourth floor.
CUTTERS, or women to learn to do cutting on
ladles' and children's wear. 656 Mlssion»st.
third floor. • -
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.. Z2%
FREMONT ST.; MR. DAVIS.
GREENBAUM,, WEIL - & MICHEL3 want
operators on Crown < shirts and overalls at
531 Mission st.
A— EXPERIENCED operators on ladles' wool
and flannel wrappers, • to work In factory;
week work or piece. work. 656 Mission st,
fourth floor. . ¦ .
LADY of Indomitable energy, possessed of self-
assertion; good opportunity for right party.
F. PERSON. , room 412. Parrott building.
WANTED— A lady to sell gilt-edge stock on
salary and .commission. F. BURRELL
CLARK, 838 Market st.
WANTED— A competent downstairs, girl; good
w'ages. Call at 2930 Sacramento St., corner
• of Broderick. • * ' •
A— SHIRTMAKERS and finishers. EAGLE-
SON & CO.. 535 Market st.
WANTED— A refined business woman for very
desirable position to travel. Box 4698, Call. *
GIRL with common school education for labo-
ratory work. 2304 Van Ness avenue.; - -¦¦
LEARN proofreading; sits, secured. $15 to $25
wkly. Home : Correspondence School, Phlla.
WANTED — Woman, good washer, take wash-
ing home.Add.C, Call branch, 2200 Flllmorer
GIRLS warned. Apply at United States Laun-
dry, - Sixteenth st., near .Valencia.' .
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring.' massage, , hair
work taught in. 2 weeks. $4 60; positions guar-
anteed in stores and with private customers,
' $50 and $75 per month ; class day and even-
lng. \ College. 233 Geary st. rooms 13-15.
WANTED — Experienced ribbon and fancy
goods saleswoman; state age.-experler.ee and
salary expected. Apply box 4650, Call. , ¦
YOUNG men and .women, theatrical companies ;
good salary; no experience necessary. Cald-
well College of Acting, 1327 Market st
GIRLS to learn to sew on machine; paid while
learning. 056 Mission sj.. fourth floor.
OPERATORS on spring bottom pants and over-
alls. -..-; 9 Hill Kt. , ,-?• -
WANTED— -Women and girls to work on fruit
1731 Folsom st. . * " ' \.
;A BRANCH offlce for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1000
: Valencia st ,. , -. ""
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
_¦ Call.:- 16 pages, ; sent . to any address In . th»
- United- States or Canada on« year 'lor W.
postage paid.'-- •- -.:¦- . - .
nrSIXESS CHAJJTCES— -Conflnne^,
~E. J. ARNOLD & CO. of St. , Louis.. Mo.,
racehorse owners and bookmakers, invite - the
speculative public to an investigation of their
methods. This is an old and long established
concern, amply responsible, and reliable in all
its dealings. A rigid inquiry into their business
will develop a condition unattained by • any-
other investment proposition every offered -for
public participation. Subscription to their capi-
tal may be made In amounts of $20 and -up-
ward, subject to withdrawal in full on demand.
Dividends paid in cash flfty-two times every
year. The best paying safe investment in the
country. References: Banks, Trust Companies,
Commercial Agencies, ¦ St. Louis business men
and prominent men everywhere. For full par-
ticulars address E. J. ARNOLD & CO., 8th
and Pine sts., St. Louis, Mo. Local offlce, 430
Parrott bldg., San Francisco. !_j-
A CONTROLLING interest, with view to pur-
chase, -is offered in - a well established and
one .of the best olive oil businesses in Cali-
fornia; the plant and grove are situated four
miles from a good town and within easy
reach of San Francisco; no one with capital,
or friends to Join him, of less than from
twenty-five to thirty thousand dollars need
inquire. For further particulars address box
406S, Call offlce, San Francisco. Jj
FOR SALE — In a thriving country town of 2000
Inhabitants; bright, clean stock of staple gro-
ceries, crockery, agate, tin and galvanized
ware; cigars. and tobaccos; fresh fruit qnd
vegetables In connection; .will invoice about
$2000: doing a cash business; rent $30; 3
. years', lease; must be sold by October 1;
best of reasons for selling. Call on or ad-
_dress GEO. A. SMITH, Fairfleld, Cal. '.
STOCKS AND BONDS SOLD, g " /
I ' can find a market for entire issues^ or
small lots of unlisted securities, railways,
trolley, industrial or mining; commissions if
successful. Address, with full data, CLIENT-
AGE, P. O. box 232. New York. -.
CHANCE of a lifetime; a retiring miner will
eall or exchanee his mines in Plumas Co. ;
. will visit his mines soon; come along with
him and see a bonanza. J. M. STHRESH-
LEY, 2630 Sacramento st. ' ' \*
PARTNER wanted to join in the erection and
operation of general store, hotel and saloon
In new manufacturing town? immediate
profits assured; must have ?S0OO. Box 4702,
Call offlce. . . -
I CAN Eell your business, no matter where It
is; tend description, state price, learn how;
established '0C; highest references. Offices In
14 cities. W. M. OSTRANDER. 1443 N., A.
Bldg., Philadelphia. - -^
COUNTRY hotel In Alameda County (fur-
nlched) for sale at low price, with easy in-
stallment payments, or might rent to sult-
abie tenant. H. H. CRANE, 508 California.
$900— A GOOD chance for a sober, industrious
man as partner in an established saloon;
must give references; experience not neces-
sary. Box 4711. Call office. . /
BRANCH bakery and delicacy .store; cheap
rent; good corner; 2 nice living rooms; any
reasonable ' offer will - be accepted. 3045
$375— CIGAR stand: Market st.; club rooms;
owner going East; rare chance to clear $75
month. BROWN & CO., 1221 Market st.
TO let— Basement with baker's oven; will
sell his bread upstairs in home bakery at
1007 Guerrero st. P. McARDLE.
FIRST 'class bargain; saloon and roadhouse;
proprietor leavirur. Call 0 Mile House, San
Mateo County. •
GOOD paying bakery, laundry office, candy,
notion store; rent $12. 324 Polk st.
GOOD restaurant; must be sold; a bargain on
account of owner going East. Box 4616. Call.
FOR SALE — A nice restaurant and lodging-
house at a bargain; good will. 604 Third st.
SCHOOL store with candy, cigar, notion, laun-
dry, postofflce; rent low. Box 4692, Call.
A BRANCH offlce for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1006
Valencia st. . • '
LOI>GI>'G-HOUSES FOR , SALE.'
A— SEE RETSLOFF & McMILLEN -
ANY HOUSE SOLD ON PAYMENTS. !
8 rooms; brand new $ 400
20 rooms; clears $100; reduced 700
S rooms; clears $30 .'..... 250
20 rooms; first-class; clears $120; only. 1350
8 rooms; owner leaving city; clears $30 150
50 rooms ; clears $450 4500
100 rooms; modern; corner; clears $J25.. 8000
22 rooms; money-maker; clears $65 G50
18 rooms; clears $60 : 350
40 rooms; clears $200; snap 2200
RETSLOFF & McMILLEN; phone John 531.
90C Market, cor. Ellis (upstairs, rooms 7-8).
SACRIFICE— ONLY $3050. •
OWNER SICK; CAN NOT ATTEND TO
must sell. V-;; .:, • ¦ „
26 rooms: clears $160; terms, half cash. For
sale only by RETSLOFF. McMILLEN & CO..
906 Market st, cor. Ellis, upstairs, rooms 7-8.
$550— <3- ROOM modern corner; rent $30; newly
furnished. See RETSLOFF & McMILLEN.
j $2500— ELEGANT corner; clears $150; $1000
cash, balance at 1& per cent. See- RETS-
LOFF, McMILLEN & CO.
$2800 — 30-ROOM corner; clears $250; $1000 cash
balance 1' per cent only. ' At RETSLOFF,
McMILLEN & CO. ,-
850 DONALD 850
Market st '. Market st.
Rooms 10 and 11 Phone Davis 281
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY .....
7r.; rent $1S; very nice home; for .$200
0 r. ; rent $25; this is also nice home... 250
11 r. ; rent $35; good house and furn...'.' 000
12 r. ; rent $55; you ought to see this... 750
12 r.; rent $35; newly renovated; bargain. 475
19 r.; rent $75; corner; will pay well... 8T5
12 r. ; rent $65; new fur. and carpets; cor.1150
00 r. ; rent $175; sunny cor. apartment. .3930
35 r. ; rent $100; very good tran. ; .cent.. 2475
35 r. ; rent $85; north of Market; see it..- 225
15 r. ; rent $70; new furn. and carpets. .1000
And 4-7-3 Others.
You May Have Any of These.
Part Cash Balance Monthly
A NEW building; nothing finer In San Fran-
cisco and nothing better outside; gas, elec-
tricity, mirror mantels and running 'water
in all the rooms; new carpets and. new -fur-
niture; rooms all light and sunny and can
all be made into suites; elegant entrance;
wide halls; in fact, nothing could be more
up to date; house filled with the very best
class of people and rooms spoken for In ad-
vance; have a long lease; sickness and old
age compels me to sell; Investigate and you
will buy: no agents. ; Address owner box
3839. Call offlce. . ; , *^.~rr.-
LODGING-HOUSE, furnished new 3 weeks
ago; owner called East; new building; 18
rooms; 2 years lease; terms to suit purchaser
MORRrSON & CO.. 26 Montgomery Et., r_ 4*.
LODGING-HOUSE, 20 rooms; rent $65; clear-
, ing $97 per month; price $1150; easy terms.
MORRISON & CO.. 26 Montgomery St.. r. 4.
LODGING-HOUSE. 16 rooms; north of Market-
rent $60; present owner been there 11 years; j
retiring from business; price $1300- terms to
suit Morribon &. Co., 26 Montgomery st. r. 4.
C- E. HINKLEY.. Phone Mint 796
1020 Market St.. Opposite Fifth.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LODGING-HOUSES. !
18 rooms; oak furn.; money-maker^ $850
14 rooms; Suiter st; clears $60 800
58 rooms; worklngmen's house; cl. $100 1500
40 rooms; transient; rent $100; only. 1750
108 rooms; clears $600 monthly ....7600
A— MITCHELL & CO., 1206 Market; phone
We have rooming-houses of all sizes and'
prices in all parts of the city; see us first.
?n r ' :O . n S£°?E :cOr - ?T <.2?l£! r -:d.front,cost..$9000
10 r. ;rt $32 50;cor. C00 22 r. ; cor. ; cls.$90 1760
18 r.;flne cor;Post 1750 12 r.; clears $50.. 000
20 r.Van Ness;cor 2800|30 r.; 1 floor; good 1800
Money to loan at 1*£ per cent on payments.
Telephone Green 4-5-8
MARION GRIFFIN. 719 Market, rms 1 and 2
¦¦ „ - Near Call building!
See big free list offlce; open -S a. m. to ij p m
. LODGING-HOUSES AND BUSINESS '
MONEY TO LOAN AT 1 PER CENT AND
TWO YEARS' TIME TO PAY IT BACK?
A. CAMlbltON & CO7~ ~~~ ™ ~~ '
S50- Market st. and 8 Stockton st '
Rooms'21, 22. 23; Phone Bush 328
If you have hotels, rooming-houses or busil
ness to sell, list with us; we have bargains
in hotels; lodging-houses, all sizes and prices;
- no trouble to show houses. Carriage at door'
Money loaned at V/i per cent.
24 ROOMS: good location; cheap ,. $750
26 rooms: sunny house: good furniture. -1850
60 rooms; fine corner; cheap rent 4600
1C0 rooms;-flnest sunny corner In city. .. 7000
36 rooms: cor. on' Mission St.; low rent 7ofl
Money loaned at 1 per cent."
Hotels, madhouses, flats. 5 to 100 rooms '
EITEL & CARROLL, 1032 Market st.
TO LEASE — 40 rooms, new 'and modern build-
. ing: rent $100: long lease. WINSTON &
WOLF. 1026 Market st. ', .
22'ROOMS: rent $37: price $650; south of Mar-
ket st. WINSTON & WOLF. 1026 Market
HUNDREDS of good : investments in lodging-
houses. Call: SCHWEINHARD,
Roam3 1-2, No. 017 Market St., bet. 5th & 6th.
FOR LODGING HOUSES GO TO
McBRIDE & CO., HJSM
1IO4 Market, ground floor. Phone Jessie 1469.
Large list and choice. Honest business.
$600 BUYS 10-room house; cheap rent; central
location; must be sold. Call 112 Mason st,
9 to 4; no agents.
EXCEPTIONAL list lodging-houses and - mln-
Ing properties for sale. Hunsaker. 6 Eddy st
TURK, • 524%— Furniture of 6 rooms;- bargain;
1 reason, deatji •
; ' help . WAirrKP — male — Co>> »
A— MURRAY & READY -•••
Phone Main 5&1S 634-636 Clay St.
• ....Leading Employment Laboi Agents....
0CS9 men wanted to-day *«•
To States of Utah. Ne-
vada. Arizona. Ha-
WE SHIP waiian Islands. Oregon,
FREE TO-DAY Washington. British
Columbia and all parts
Laborers, 2-horse teamsters, 4-horse team-
sters, drillers, hammer men. rock men, head-
ing and corner men, blacksmiths, carpenters
and helpers, cooks, waiters, concrete mixers
and helpers, car dumpers, masons and help-
ers, etc .
$2 to $a 25, $2 50, $2 75,. $3. $3 30
GREAT CROWDS GOING ...ARE YOU?
To beautiful Sierra Nevada, Salt Lake Divi-
First-Clasa Fcod Accommodations
FREE TO-DAY '. DON'T FORGET IT
Also to Lucin, Pequop, Wells, Terrace. Kel-
ton, Cbmos Spur, Salvla. Stone House. Iron
Point, Cluro, Aloleen," 1 Battle Mountain, Vlsia,
Reno, 'Wadswcrth. Rokeby, Elko, Golcor.da,
Fenelon, Clark aud other points
"Wages— $150. $130, ?120. $10t>. $t»0, $SO, $70,
$60, $50, $40. *30, $-'5. $20 per month .«
That's where we ship -_ '
you to-day. Crowds
going. Are you? La- ARIZONA.
borers and teamsters. CLOSE TO
etc., $2 day. Via. PRESCOTT.
&anta Fe R. R. Two
special cars going
Southern & Central Pacific pass free to you.
": The Big R. R. Tunnel
Tunnel men, corner men. header men. muck-
ers and laborers; w&gea $2 to $2 75 a day
IT'S FREE FARE ARE YOU GOING?
./ S. P. OWN EXTRA GANGS
FREE FARE EVERYWHERE
YARDS FARE PAID WOODS
1 TO THE MOUNTAINS
1 HEALTHY CLIMATE .....'.
072 willing men, to work around sawmills,
woods and yards; learn to run machines, pile
lumber and make yourselves useful; no ex-
perience required ; your fare is paid
Wages $30 to $70 and Found..
25 men to pile lumber, steady job year
around, fare $1 50, $40 and found; a5 labor-
ers to work is lumber yard, south, no blan-
S kets or experience needed, $60
10 men to work in wood. San Mateo Co.. no
experience required. $^5 and found
U lumber graders Redwood $2 50 day
6 miners, good mine, south, $75..
.'» miners, north, gold mine, $75.'.
350 laborers for general work around differ-
ent mines, north and south, no experience re-
quired, reduced R. R. fares, $40 to $50 and
ti more carpenters to build boats and dredg-
ers and scows, 5 months' job, fare returned
after 1 month's work, wages $82 50 and
found, see boss here; 3 carpenters, ranch,
fare $1. long job, $a day and found.
. Carpenter and wagon repairer, ranch, south.
$35 and found; 5 carpenters, , R. R. work,
Nevada, free fare, $90 L
3 blacksmiths, country shops. $2 50 and $3
day; bench hand, city mill; drag sawyer,
sticker hand, country, small mill, see boss
here; 4 stone masons, R. R. work Nevada
free fare, $4 day; 3 boxmakers '.
Superintendent for a large orchard and
vineyard, see boss here at 5:30 p. m. to-day;
collector and driver for a dairy company,
city, references required, $75; 3 lumber
graders; redwood and pine, ?75.
••-. FRUIT PICKERS
You can, anybody can pick fruit; no experi-
ence needed; It's easy -work.
1000 men and boys wanted to pick fruit,
work in packing houses and dry yards in all
counties of State: three months' Jobs, some
longer; wages $30. $35, $37 50. $40 50
month and board; big crowds golns daily.
Why don't you?
LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS
10 laborers for a large bridge company, fare
paid, $67 50; 15 laborers, manufacturing com-
pany near city, $45 and fd; 8 laborers, Saa
Mateo Co., "IRJo; 15 laborers, salt works Ne-
vada. $2 25 day; C laborers, city factor}', $2
day; : o laborers, factory' near city, »l io
day; 40 laborers, quarry; 10 laborers, Sono-
ma Co., free tare. $4o and f d. ; 10 team-
stera. ranch, $40 and fd.: 17 teamsters, other
ranches, ?3O to $37 5O and fd. ; 5 teamsters,
city, S2 day; 20O laborers, all parts of Cal.
fARMS ORCHARDS DAIRIES
Milk wagon driver, city, $40 and fd.; coach-
man, gocd place, $30 and fd.; 4 men to
work in winery, $1 50 day; 12 stablerfeii.
hostlers and buggy washers, city and coun-
try, ?6O and $35 and $40 and f d. ; porter for
store; 6 boys to work in factory, city $7 50
week; 8 boys for offices; 23 choremen and
choreboys, private and ranches, $15. $20, $25
and $30 ai:d fd. ; 26 farm hands, steady jobs
year round, $30 to- $40 and fd.
10 teamsters for fruit ranches. $30 and found-
5 plow teamsters, good jobs, • $35 and found :
16 milkers, city and country dairies, $25 aivi
$30 to $40 and found; 3 dairymen. $35 and
found? 1:1 farmers and choremen and wives,
$40 and $50 and found; 2 milkers and wives,'
. $45 and $50 and found; 4 cooks and wives)
$50 and $70 and found
Cook and wife, mine boarding house, $70 and
found; 27 cooks, hotels, restaurants, camps
and ranches; cook, 17 men, mine hotel, tare
paid. $35 and found; second cook, city hotel,
$C0", broiler, city, $50; fryer, city restaurant.
$40 and found: second baker, country shop.
$43 and found; pastry baker, city, $50 and
14 waiters, city and country, $25 to $40 and
found ; waiter, country louvre. $35 and found-
waiter, mine, $30 and found; cook's helper.
mine boardinsr house, fare paid.' $30 and
found; roustabout, mine. $30 and found; far*
paid; 45 dishwashers, porters, kitchen hands,
etc., 525 to $35 and found; porter and care
for electric elevator, city hotel, $30 and
2 butchers, country shors. $35 and found: S
young men with some experience at butcher
trade; -4~«4<Mishter butchers
If you are looking for something not adver-
tised, call and read our bulletin boards
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay st"
WANTED— Bright boy about 17 years old; good
future. -San Francisco Mfg. Co., 523 Market.
WANTED — Young man who is an experienced
dry goods wrapper. Apply box 4613. Call.
RANTED — Laborers at Hunters Point dry-
• dock; *2 per day. City Street Improvement
Co., Mills bldg.
COATMAKER for country. Apply REIS3
BROS. & CO.. 24 Sutter st.
WANTED — Good upholsterer; steady.' 1713
WANTED — By wholesale liquor house, experi-
enced traveling man; one with trade In
Nevada prefTrc* Address with details.
Box 4619. Call offlce. ;••
WANTED— Young man for wholesale and re-
tall liquor store; one with experience; must
have good references. • Apply M. ROTHEN-
BERG & CO.. 423 Kearny st.. bet. 9-12 a. m.
WANTED — For U. S. army, able-bodied, unmar-
ried men, between ages 21 and 35; citizen* ot
United States, of good character and temper-
ate habits, who can SDeak, read and writ*
. English. For information aDDly to Recruit-
ing Officer. 121 -New Montgomery st. Saa
Franclaco. cf Masonic building. Sacramento.
WANTED — To sell one of the best paying four-
chair barber shops in the cfty ; between Ma-
son and Stockton sts., near Market Inquira
• at residence, 201 Turk st
WANTED— Quarrymen. by the E. B. & A U.
Stone Company Quarry, near city; free fare-
wages $2 per day; board. $4 50 per week; re-
port at 000 Broadway. Oakland.
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House. 217 Third st 150 larga
rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per week.
WANTED— Experienced stock " clerks; nona
without experience need apply.' Apply Hat
Dept.. HOLM & NATHAN. 512 Market gt
WANTED — Errand boys not under 15 years of
age. Apply NATHAN-DOHRMANN COM-
PANY. 124 -Sutter st. - i
WANTED — Experienced crockery and house-
hold goods packers. Apply NATHAN-DOHIt-
M ANN COMPANY. 12 1 Sutter st
MEN to learn barber trade: only recfulres eight
weeks: barbers- in great demand; catalogue
free. Moler System College. 635 Clay st.
WANTED — Boy, 1C to 18. for wholesale house.
Address box 3785. Calt offlce.
500 MEN to buy new and 2d-aand army shoes
SOc up; soling 20c i;p. 023 Howard st.. nr. ttth.
WANTED — Boy from 16 to ISm for wholesale
. house. Box 4007. Call offlce.
WANTED — Young men to learn barber trade.
I S. F. Barber College. 741 A Howard st
' AV ANTED— Laborers Hunters Point drydock"
$2 per day. City Street Improvement Co.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for Europe and
Australia. HERMAN'S. 20 Steuart it.
500 PAIRS new and second-hand army shoes*
size 5 to 12. MoDONALD & PERRY. S31 3d."
PENSION atty.. iT A. ~Bu!l!s : room 40, Phelan
big. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post. G.A.R.
GET your shoes half soled while waiting- 25e
to SOc. 563 Mission St.; bet. 1st and 2d sts.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged half
price. - 5es Mission st.. betMst and 2d sts!
W x I> ; CI i£? TER House - « Third st.. near Mar-
ket-200 rooms. 25c night: reading-rooms-
free bus and baggage to and from ferry.
"* forXall advertisements and
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