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THE SAN FKAKCISCG CALL* WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1902.
HELP WANTED—MALE Con. -
WANTED — Recruits for the Marine Corps, U.
S navy able-bodied men of good character.
between the ages of 21 and 35; not less thaa
5 feet 4 inches and not over 6 feet 1 inch;
able to speak and read English. For further
¦ information apply at the recruiting offices.
40 Ellis St., San Francisco, Cal.; Masonic
Hall, 530 K st. Sacramento, Cal. ; and V U. S.
Custom-house. 222 Yi North Main St.. Los
Angeles. Cal. • '
WANTED — Reliable man to act as porter ana
delivery man in country store. Apply, giving
' references, experience, and salary expecteu,
box 2S57, Cajl. V
MEN — Our^ free catalogue • exslains hcV w*
teach the barber trade In the shortest pus- j
sible lime: barbers are In great demand.-
MOLER SYSTEM COLLEGE." 635 Clay st.
WANTED — Laborers and .mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin Reno Housa proprietor,, still
runs Denver House. 217 Third st. 150 lars*
rooms; 25c per night; $1 to 52 per week.
WANTED — Experienced salesman for country
store. Apply, giving references, experience,
and salary expected, box 2S5S. Call.
WANTEl) — A strictly first-class competent
• country wholesale shipping . clerk. BarKley-
Stetson-Proston Co., Los Angeles. Cal.
BOY to work- in carriage blacksmith shop; one
with experience preferred. Bay View Car-
riage Factory, San Rafae], or 2t>5 Stevenson.
CUSTOM-HOUSE positions: learn' how to se-
cure them: call or write. 927 Market* »:..
room 30S. '
BARBERS — 3 chair shop . for sale; 3 living
rooms; steady trade; $35 week. DECKEL-
MAN'S. 104 Ellis. .
FIRST-CLASS coat maker. 1103 Market
WANTED — Boy for Jewelry store. Box 2987,
BARBER shop for sale: best location In city.
Address box 2875, Call office.
IMMEDIATELY, good dishwasher. 1523 Polk
ERRAND boy; $3 a week to begin with. 131
Montgomery st.. room ti. "
2521 MEN, wanted for free hair cut. shave and
shampoo at the Barber College. 253 O'Farrell.
BARBERS — For sale cheap, account leaving
city. 2-chair shop. 021 Ha:rlson »»
WANTED — Man who understands nursery and
jobbing gardening. COO Haight st.
WANTED — Young men to learn barber trade.
S. F. Barber College. 741A Howard st.
500 PAIRS new and second-hand army shoes;
sizes 5 to 12. McDONAL & PERRY. 2tfl 3d.
S.4ILORS and ordinary seamen for -Europe and
Australia. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st.
COO MEN to buy new and 2d-hand army shoes,
50c up; soling 20c up. 02:! Howard st.. nr. 5th.
PENSION atty.. E. A. Bullls. room 40. Phelan
big. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post. G.A.R.
GET your shoes half soled while waiting: '-"3c
to 50c. SC3 Mission St.. bet. 1st and 2d sta.
ALL sizes men's shoep. slightly damaged, half
price. 563 Mission St.. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third st..' near Mar-
ket — 200 rooms, 25c night: . reading-rooms;
j free bus and baggage to and from ferry.
'CLASSIFIED advertisements anfl subscriptions
received at CALL branch office, 2200 Fillmore.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096
Valencia st. _^
HOUSES AND WAGONS.
A — *0 HORSES for sale at Arcade~Hors9 Mar-
ket, 327 Sixth st ; also buggies, wagons, har-
ness, etc.; auction sales every Wednesday at
11 a. m. JOHN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer.
BAN FRANCISCO Veterinary College— Nlfht
- class now in session. M. L. PANCOAST.
secretary. 510 Golden Gate ave.
STYLISH 1G.1 chestnut surrey horse. 8 years;
sound and gentle; lady can drive. See coach-
man, 3660 Washington st.
STYLISH carriage teams and fast roadsters at
STEWART'S, 721 Howard St.
2D-HAND buggy and hack: nne, buggy, laun-
dry wagon, nearly new. cheap. 82S Harrison.
LOT of cheap horses for.saie at 327 Sixth st.
FINE, gentle mare: 1C.2; matched road team.
15.3: 3 saddl- horses. Dalziel. M)5 G G. ave.
Largest assortmt 2-hand wagons, buckb'd. sur-
rey.harness.work,drlving horses. 15th-VaIenda
AN Al express wagon, single; also light camp-
ing wagon for sale cheap. 5C2 Mission st.
CHEAPEST and best in America— Tha Weekly
Call. ]C pases, sent to any address in tha
rnl«<»d- PtnW or nn<- vear for SI.
HOUSES TO LET.
A — PRINTED UsTofTiousesntoTet ; Vend for cir-
cular. G. H "UMBSEX A CO.. 14 Montgomery.
Instructions in hypnotism, suggestive therapeu-
tics; nervousness, rheumatism cured; mall or
personal. T>R. PAYNE. 1104 Market, r. .21-22
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST — Tuesday, on steamer Donahue, Tiburon
line, Jeavlng San Francisco at 11 a. m., a
black > bag containing gold watch with gold
pin, latch key, $10 gold coin and some silver.
Return to 2330 Washington St.; liberal re-
LOST — }n vicinity of Berkshire Hotel, two
. boys' gold rings: also one gun metal cigar-
ette case; probably on the Southern Pacific I
from San Jose. Return to 16 O'Farre!l#st.
and received reward.
LOST — A transportation from San Francisco to
Chicago, under name of E. A. Thall. Return
to box office at Alcazar early; liberal reward.
LOST — On 7:30 a^ ra. Oakland boat, purse con-
taining railroad ticket to Seattle, Wash., and
• exchange check on bank Hongkong, China,
also some cash; liberal reward if returned to ]
1014 Dupont st. QUONG CHONG WING.' |
LOST — A pass book with the Hlbernia Savings
and Lean Scciety. of San Francisco, in the
name of MARY LANGFORD, No. 22233.
The tfnder will please reiurn to bank.
LOST— On Tuesday evening, | between Palace
Hotel, Gcugh st. apd, Pacific ave., a diamond
fleur de 11s brooch. Liberal reward for re-
turn to Palace Hrftel office. • .
LOST — A passbook with the Hlbernia Sav-
ings and Loan Society of San Francisco, In
the name of Mary J. Klapperich. No. 253-958.
Tha finder, will please return to bank.
LOST — Large solitaire* diamond stud,- between
Grove and Hayes, on Gough: finder return
to 503 Gough. receive $60 reward. /
BETWEEN 16th and Market and Oakland,
ladies' gold watch; black enameled. S3 Pond
st., reward. ¦
LOST — 9 diamond cluster, enameled gold ring.
Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving
same at Room 10, 536 Kearny.
LOST — Liver and white ticked pointer bitch:
license No. .1370. 1271 Broadway: reward.
IT will pay to "Remember" that the California
Watch Case Co.. 220 Sutter At., needs old gold
and silver to maki. new watch cases.
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS.
TO order: also cleaned and sterilized; uphol-
ctery; honest work guaranteed. HOPKB
BROS.. 411-413 Powell St. Phone Bush 421.
METAL beds, bedding, lace curtains, window
shade?. HOTTER. 712 Mission, tel. Main 736.
DR. G. W. O'DONNELL— All who are sick or
in trouble consult this specialist on femal«
complaints ; positively corrected; the unfor-
tunate helped; the most difficult cases treat-
ed; advice free. Office. 1018 Market st,
MRS. DR. Wl'ETH. specialist for all female
complaints; Instant relief guaranteed; 30
years' experience; refined home before and
during confinement. 728 Post St.. nr. Jones.
i MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe.
male troubles; Instant relief guaranteed; con-
sult free: 1008% Market. St.. opp. Fifth.
MRS. D.ALLEN, 1113 Market — Reliable ladies'
specialist; a private home before and during
confinement: best medical care; low fees.
ADVICE free — Drs. Goodwin, ladies' special-
ists; instant relief; maternity home; low fees-
babies adopted free. 906 Market St., r. 27-28?
A— MRS. DR. GWYER. City Hall ave.. over
• Good Fellows' Grotto and 1504 . Market st,
MATERNITY Villa; ' strictly private MRS*
PR. FUNKE. 1416 Eighth st-^Aiameda '
ALL LADIES in trouble, cure $10; private
res.. 1349 Alabama St. nr. 26th. DR. ROSEN.
DR C. AN P MI l S - D AVIES and HINDOHERB
original method of treatment. 112B Market.
M h S< ? D^''5 KGE _ IBR - » rIvate home for pa-
tients; babies adopted. 508 Eddy st.
Union Square; all diseases cured by herbs.
LADIES— I am overstocked in fine millinery";
PJ ic * s r S ut ! n * w °: hats $20-$15-$12-$10-$8-$6-
$5-$o GO; latest styles; best materials: I fit
the face. MME. DOSCH. 207 Post gt.
-_Vj;»IISCjELLA^fEOliS FOR SALE.
B 9JS^? S '' en i. 1 °e3,~la^h_nd machlneryrircl_r
TO&H _ WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st. -
FOR sale—One black mute team over 17 hands
high; weight about 3100 pounds; also one
truck with tOD. almost new," built by H. B..
Schindler; also one set finest '.'brass mount-
ed" truck harness, cost 892. Inquire at PAT-
TOSIE N . S stables. Folaom. st., bet. 18th and
V ; v -.—IMPORTANT. TO INVESTORS— > -'
A—THE field of Invention is an alluring one,
as the man who can devise an article of gen-
eral utility has his fortune made. In Uie
invention of the Sunburst Fire Klndler Mr.
Chas J. Holmes of this city has brought Into
existence an article that will be used in
almost every home where wood and coal are
- the fuel, because it is produced much cheap-
er than any other , kindling material and is
far superior in other respects. This means
that there will be an enormous demand for
' it throughout the whole country, and as there
is an immense profit in its .sale ttere will
consequently result most Gratifying returns
to all stockholders in the Sunburst - * ire
Klndler Company. This- Is a corporation or-
ganized with a capital of $500,000. divided into
100.000 shares of 5% preferred . stock and
400,000 of common stock. The preferred will
be sold in order to Increase the capacity of
our present plant, which is not large, enough
to supply even the local. demand. Tnis stock
will be sold aa follows:' 10.000 shares at lu
cents; 15,000 shares at 20 cents; 25,000 shares
at 25 cents, and the balance of 50,000 shares
at 40 cents per share. The preferred stock
draws 5% on the par .value before the com-
mon draws anything and at the above named
prices will bring the investor from 12%$o to
33 1-3% on his investment before the common
is allowed to participate in the dividends.
This enterprUe is right at your door and, un-
like most stock company propositions, you
can completely satisfy yourself^ as to Its
merits by a personal investigation. If you
acquaint yourself with the facts concerning
this company you can come to but one con-
clusion, and that is that this wUl afford you
a safe, conservative investment that will
bring enormous returns. Do not think that
this proposition will remain open all winter,
for we can assure you 'it will be taken up
within a few days. For further information
call on or address WRIGHT & CO., fiscal
agents of the company. Rooms 401-402 Cal-
* laghan Bldg., Telephone South 1023. Office
hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.. and 7 p. m.
to 9 p. m.
" PUBLIC NOTICE
Is hereby duly given to intending purchasers
of stock in th*
NATIONAL- DITCHING AND DREDGING
That after December 31 the price of stock
B0 CENTS PER SHARE.
This company owrts the patent rights of the
great Fulcher Canal Digging and Levee Build-
ing Machine, which does the work of hundreds
of men and horses; machine now on exhibition
at 55A Market St., near Second.
HERE, are a "few of our bargains:
$600 — First-class cigar stand on Kearny st.
$750— Cigar stand on Eddy St.; rent $30.
$S50 — Restaurant on Mission; clears $150 mo.
$600 — Saloon on Sixth Bt. ; rent $26.
$1600 — Grocery and bar on Mason Bt.
Call at MORRIS' Business Agcy, 318 Kearny.
HARDWARE: — Bright, clean stock. In pros-
perous town; money making plumbing and
tinning shop in connection; owner .in ill
health, and offers enap to a good hardware
man. LYLE & CO., 428 Tenth st, Oakland.
A — $350; PARTNER wanted in light outside
business; will Day $18 to $25 a week; trial
given. 1016 Market St., room 10.'
$60 MONTHLY profit; free rent;' 14-room sun-
ny apartment house: $1400; part cash. Box
5. Call Branch. 300 Hayes st. ¦
$5 BUYS "only system on earth" to beat rac-^a
with small capital; $20 daily won on $50 cap-
ital. S. F. Turf Co.. 7S3H Market St., r. 4.
$7500 — HASSMER'S cough syrup and grocery
store, living-rooms; cause sickness; estab-
lished 1864. 933 Washington, cor. Powell.
CANDY store, ice cream parlor and factory for
sale. 1326 Pplk st. .-¦-..
WANTED — To purchase a small laundry route.
Box 2996, Call office.
$150 WILL buy a 20-room lodging-house if soTd
at once. 513 Howard st."
SALOON for Eale — Opposite the ferry. Apply
111 East St.. north of Market; no agent.
t LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
A— J. A. McMILLEN & caT»06 MARKET ST.^
PHONE JOHN 531. ROOMS 7 AND 8.
Clear Titles Guaranteed on All Sales.
Any Place Sold on Monthly Payments.
7 r. ; bath; well furn.; steady -roomers. . $250
12 r. ; centrally located ;rent $35 ;pick up. 500
44r.; H block Market yj^wly furnished. 4000
11 r.; Sixth st.; rent $29; all rented 350
22 r.; partly furn.; Jones st.; rent $105.. 900
« 30 r. ; rent $150; leased; money maker.. 2200
5 r.; nicely furnished; rent $17 50 250
17 r. ; rent $55 ;2 entrances; money maker. 900
75 r.; rent ?250; clears over $300; lease.. 7500
0 r.; newly furnished; rent $32.. \ ."..-.... 650
'8 r.; centrally loc. ; rent $35; all rented. 575
Rooms large, light and sunny; well furnished
CO r. ; well furnished; rent $50; snap.... 1500
55 r. ; swellest cor.in city; fur.. car. new. 5000
Rent only $200; clears $100 month; late-
ly remodeled and painted on outside.
¦ J. A. McMILLEN _ CO., 006 Market st.
850 DONALD ...850 -
Market st .' .*. ...... .Market at
Rooms 10 and 11 Phone Davis 281
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY
Rooming-houses... Flats ...Hotels
Rooming-houses Flats Hotels
Rooming-houses. Flats .; Hotels
YOU MAY HAVE ANY OF THESE.
Part cash, balance monthly at lowest rates.
12 ROOMS ; rent $45 ; good ¦ location $750
23 rooms; rent only $52; cheap..' 950
10 rooms; on Geary St.; low rent........ 450
42 rooms; rent only $100; transient 3000
100 rooms: corner; man house; rent $100. .4700
60 rooms; corner; south of Market. 3200
SO rooms; corner; north of Market 3500
Money loaned at 1 per cent.
Hotels, rcadhouses. flats. 5 to 100 100ms.
EITEL & CARROLL. 212 Kearny st.\
: MARION GRIFFIN. •
719 Market, nr. Call bldg. : tel. Brown 4-5-5*
Big free list at office; open S a. m. to 5 p. m.
Money to loan, 1% per cent, '2 years' time.
LODGING-HOUSE, 16 rooms, on Powell Bt.;
close in; price $1250; rent S80; see my agents.
Offices and rooming-house, 23 rooms in all;
best location; on Market St.; owner sick;
will give easy terms; house pays $130 per
month; 4-year lease; rent $125;. see my
agents. THE ELITE INVESTMENT CO, 838
Market et. ' -
LODGING-HOUSE. 16 rooms, on Powell' st.;
close in; price $1250; rent $S0; see my agents.
Offices and rooming-house, 23 rooms in all;
best location: on Market st.; owner sick:
will give <-asy- terms; house pays $130 per
month; 4-year lease: rent $125: ems my
agents. BOWER & CLARK. 8X8* Market St.
MITCHELL _ CO.. 3206 Market st.
Phone Jessie 2981.
We have the best bargains in rooming-
houses In all parts of the city. - Call and get
our list before you buy. We will loan you
money e.t low ' interest. I .
SPECIAL NOTICE — Call and see the three
mortgaged houses that must sell this month.
WINSTON & WOLF. 1026 Market St.
A — 10c. 15c. 25c ROOMING-HOUSE, containing
S5 rooms; must be sold this week; earns $10U
a month; will be sold at a bargain. Apply
rooms 1 and 2. »17 Market St.. bet. 5th _ 6th.
HEADQUARTERS for good lodging-bouses and
hotel". G. W. SCHWEINHARD,
No. 917 Market st.. bet. 5th and Cth. r. 1-2.
, NOTICE — We have hundreds of houses for sale;
will loan you money at 1% per et.: monthly
payments. M. E. RIVES & CO.. 1023 Market.
_^^ SPIRITUALISM. ' • ¦ ¦.-
A— PROFESSOR PAUL~1^TINB~ Hi ;•»
The First Registered Trance Clairvoyant 'and
Palmist Ever in San Francisco.
Realizing, that many of the best citizens of
this city would be only too anxious to consult
a good, reliable clairvoyant if they were first
assured they would receive some benefit. I do
hereby solemnly agree and euaran tee to tell
your name, occupation, what you called for
Or Charge You Not One Penny!
This Is Honest. Is It Not?
1 will tell of your husband, wife, lover or
friends, who is true or -false, who and when
you will marry; wlil give you- luck that wins
success in business, health, speculation, love
and marriage j^ restore lost aff actions, reunite
the separated, cause speedy and happy mar-
riage; locate hidden treasure; settle old es-
tates, cure disease without medicine; mediums
developed ¦- .. ¦ . t ¦
LOW FEK..J1! $1! $1! $1!... THIS WEEK
'. .:¦' : S26 — O'FAP.RELL STREET— 320. ¦
MME. M. BERNARD. . ~~Z '¦ -.- \
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 ta occur In the fu-
fjre: If you are in trouble,' discontented or not
satisfied In life, or have domestic, love or bust-
ness troubles, consult this great medium and
you will be told how to overcome them; valua-
ble advice in all affairs of life; 25c up; satis- :
f_ctioa guaranteed. Tel. Black 45G9. -
P._MOVAL. , ¦ •' ,-' . ¦¦' . ...'. '
MRS. DR. CLARK. ,.^t
The well-known medium and clairvoyant
may be consulted on all affairs; every hidden
myetery revealed; she will show you how to
overcome your enemies and unite the separ-
ated: tell your entire life — past, present and
future; satisfaction by mail; send stamp for
circular with special terms. 343 Geary at.
¦¦:¦¦¦.:¦ :;¦ : MRS. dr. clark.
Dawson Bros.; epeclal life read. 25c; absolutely
free unless correct: full names given. 34 6th.
GRAND seance and heallnff Tues. and Wed. 8 ]
. p. m.; 10c. Mme. Eilersficken. 34 'Sixth' st.
Mrs. HUBBARD, 109 Oak St.; circle Tues.. Frl..
; 8 p.' m.; Wed;, 2 p. m.; 15c; read, dally, 60c.
KATIE HEUSSMANN. 1774 15th— Circle Fri..
2 and S; 25c; 2 written question! an».; slt'gs.
EMPLO YMEKT WANTED— ¦MALE. ' -
ELECTRICIAN, aged 25, ¦ 7 ' years' experience
on wiring and general construction; first-class
draughtsman ; just arrived from j New York.
Box 2878. Call. . /
A YOUNG man of good .education wishes to
travel with gentleman as companion, or
valet; has traveled considerably; references.'
'Box 2862, Call office.. '¦¦"¦¦¦
FIRST-CLASS English butler wishes situation;
best city and country references. Box 2997,
Call. .. t . ¦
AN experienced engineer, good pipe and steam
fitter, would like position. Box 2877. Call.
YOUNG man from East having a good busi-
¦ ness experience, would like position with
real estate or broker's office. Box 2842, Call.
CLERKSHIP of any kind: can keep books, as-
slst with office work. Box 2989. Call office.
TWO Japanese boys i want' housework or
waiter. 12% "V^lllam st.
JAPANESE Fchoolboy wants a position. Box
2S2B, Call office. , -
FIRST-CLASS Chinese cook, wishes position;
$30 up. Address TIE FONG, 109 Waverly
" place. : - ; 0 .;.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 100t>
Valencia st. , . :
COMPANIES incorporated and financed; stock
and bond Issues guaranteed.underwritten and
- sold: stock accepted for services. Send for
Pacific -States Investor. PACIFIC STATES
MINING AND INVESTMENT CO.. 326 Post.
FLATS TO LET.
CLAY, 1525 nr. Hyde — New 7-room flat; light,
eunny, bath. ' - .>
$7— LOWER flat; 726& Harrison St., bet Third
and Fourth. . ¦ . . . ¦ • s
FLATS TO LET— FURNISHED.
1602 SACRAMENTO St.; will sell chean: ele-
gant and complete furnishings of sunny 0-
room flat; carpets new.- \
$450— 7-ROOM cozy flat; beautifully furnished-
everything new. 1441 O'Farrell st. --, i •
A. L. Storrs pays highest cash prices for" furni-
ture, carpets, etc. ; tel. Larkin 3432. 634 Ellis.
A. WOLLPERT, 773 Mission St., pays highest
price. f or second-hand furniture; tel. Red 1354.
BIG price paid for furniture for 60 days; special
reasons. S.-J. WAUGH. r. 415 Examiner big
HELP WANTED— FEMALE. '
WANTED — Cook, hotel, country, $40; cook, no
wash, city. $30; cook, San Lorenzo, $25;
housework, Palo Alto, $25. see party office
to-day; kitchen helper, institution $25;
cleaning woman, sanitarium, country, $20;
housework. Martinez, $25; near Sacramento
ranch, $20; light housework, Sausalito, mid.
die-aged woman, $15; lunch cook $8 week,
hours 7-2 o'clock; second girl. Menlo Park.
$25; housework at Napa and 50 girls for
housework, city, at $20, $25, $30. Apply to
J. F. CROSETT & CO., 334 Sutter st.
WANTED— 2 parlor maids, $25. $30; 5 second
girls, $25; 4 nurse girls. $25, $20, $15; cham-
- bermald and seamstress, $25; 2 maids $25-
companion, old lady, $25, also one $15; young
girl, references required. Apply to J • F.
CROSETT _ CO.. 334 Sutter st.
WANTED— Head waitress. $25; 3 waitresses
$20, and chambermaid, assist waiting $20,
all same place, family hotel, call to-day
J. F. CROSETT. & CO., 334 Sutter st.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S.. Phone Grant 185
Chambermaid, country (Irish) $20
Lunch waitress, no Sunday work $.1 50
2 waitresses, Arizona, free fare $25
. 2 waitresses, same country hotel free '
fare .'..•.... 505
'Scandinavian chambermaid and waitress, "
Cook, plain hotel, clty..< $30
Waitress, south, fare paid $20
Waitress, Alameda $20
...: FAMILY DEPARTMENT ........
House girls, 2, 4, 6, and 8 In family. $20, $25
Cooks, others >
C. R, HANSEN & CO., 429 Bush st'. *
A COOK and second girl for Oakland, $35 and
$2j; 4 good second girls, $20 to $25; 20 house-
work girls, $25 and $20. MISS PLUNKETT,
425 Sutter St.. near Powell. . ¦ .
150 OPERATORS on ladles' waists; good
•wages guaranteed. 656 Mission st., 4th floor.
150 OPERATORS on ladles' underwear; good
wages guaranteed. COO Mission St., 4th. floor.
A— GIRLS and women learn hairdresslng, man-
icuring, massage, hair work, electrolysis and
chiropody; entire course. 2 weeks, for $5; 5
positions waiting, $15 and $20 per week guar-
anteed; day & eve, class. 233 Geary, r. 15.
FIRST-CLASS waitresses for restaurants (arm
,work); best pay; no fee. \ 520 Montgomery st.
room 1. '- ¦ - -
WANTED— Experienced operators on- ladles'
. silk and wool waists; good pay. San Fran-
, Cisco Co. Mfg. Co., 523 Market st.
A— SHIRTMAKERS and finishers. EAGLE-
SON & CO.. 535 Market st. . ;
EXPERIENCED operators on ladies' under-
skirts. A. AAROI^ 579 Mission St.
TWO girls for general work in paper box f ac-
tory; union-ship. 10 Fremont st. • ..
WANTED— Neat cash girls. Apply - Superin-
tendent's of flee, . The ' Emporium. v <
COMPETENT second girl; apply 2U09 California
bet. 11 and 2 p. m. .' . - #
WANTED— A waitress at 113 Turk st. -
WANTED— A- girl to assist \ In general house-
work. 1115 Pierce st. * ..
GIRL wanted to assist in bakery. 427 Lar-
kin st. \ -- -. • - -.-.-"¦ -
WANTED-— Competent stenographer- and type-
writer for country, store; -one capable of act-
ing, as saleslady preferred.. Address, giving
. references, experience and salary expected,
box 2S76,; Call. » ;, ' .. .. , , .;.-;,.
FE V ladies for entirely new line of . home
-work; all or spare time; no talent : required.
Cell from 9 to ,4; suite 2," New Western, • cor-
ner Kearny.. and .Washington ¦ sts. - - - , :¦¦.¦:¦.
FIRST-CLASS talloress on coats: must be a
good button-hole-maker; no other need apply.
922 7th St.. Maiket-st; Station, . Oakland. -
GIRLS 'from 16 to -18 for factory/work; good
wages;, steady employment. Apply • at^ence,
AMES St. HARRIS. 100 Sacramento st '->>
; WANTED— Experienced ' cigarette makers;
v steady work: -highest price paid. H. BOHLS
. --& CO.,' 244 Fremont st. ¦ , ¦"¦ : '.'.. . \' , ,:
WANTED— Finisher on coats. - NO. 3 Brook st.,
over Kast's shoe store. ' r
WAKTED-^-A young girl for light housework;
;; no children. 1303 Golden Gate ave. ¦
" SAN FRAKCISCO CALL. ¦'¦[; '; ,\ r
. BUSINESS OFFICE of The Saa Pranclsoo
Cs.Il. corner Market and Third streets; open
cntll 12 o'clock every sight In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— £127 Montgomery street,
ccrner day; opea cntll 0:30 p. m.
£00 Hayes street; open until 3:30 p. xn.
. C33 McAllister etreet; open until 9:30 p. ra.
CIS Larkin street; open until 9:30 p. xn.
JM1 Mission etreet: opea until 10" p. m.
£261 Market street, corner Sixteenth; opea
cctil 0 p. xn.
ICO Eleventh etreet; open ucttl 9 p. ra. - <
2096 Valencia street: open until 9 p. n_
Next-west comer of Twenty-second and Ken.
tacky streets; open ontil 9 p. ra.
5200 Fillmore etreet; open until 9 p. m.
MEETING NOTICES^ '
OC^DENTAL~Lodge" No. 22, F. and m
A 1L— THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVEN-
ING. at 7 o'clock. Third Degree, 5JJ*
ilasier Masons cordially invited. By/T'
order of the Master.
WALTER G. ANDERSON. Secretary.
CROCKETT Lodge No. 139. F. and A. _¦
M. — IX 3d, THIS EVENING, Nov. 26, Jn-
at 7 o'clock sharp. By order of the JjCJf
W. M. H. FORTRIEDE. Sec /V
MISSION Lodge' No. 169, F. and A. M. _T
Called meeting THIS (WEDNESDAY)
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Third De- >JL_K
_ree. R. E. ALLAN. Sec /T'
STARR KING Lodge No. 344. F. and A. Jt
M.. Mo wry' s Hall, Laguna and Grove _*>_
pi?.— Second degree THIS EVENING TS3T
at 7:30 o'clock. By order of the W. M./T1
A. A. ANDERSON, Secretary.
THE board of Medical Examiners of the
State of California will hold a rejrular meet-
ing In the examination chambers. Civil
Service Commission, CUy Hall, San Fran-
cisco, Cal., on TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2,
1802. »t 10 a. m.
GEO. G. GERE. M. P., Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING, OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP COMPANY — Notice is hereby
given that ia meeting of the* stockholders of
the Oceanic Steamship Company will be held
at the office of the company. S27 Market St.,
city and county of San Francisco. State of
California, that being the principal office of
the company and the place where the board
of directors usually meet, on WEDNESDAY,
the 21st day of JANUARY/ 1903. at the
hour of 11 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of
considering the proposition of Increasing .the
capital stock of the company from two
million live hundred thousand dollars ($2,-
600,000) to five million dollars ($5,000,000).
By order of the board of directors.
H. W. THOMAS,
Secretary Oceanic Steamship Company, 327
Market St., San Francisco, I Cal.
San Francisco. Cal., Nov. 18, 1902.
KOTICli OF STOCKHOLDERS' ANNUAL
In compliance with article VTII of the com-
pany by-laws, the regular annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Western Expanded
Metal and Fire Proofing Company, a corpora-
tion organised under the laws of the State of
California, will be held at the office of the
company. Room No. 414 Claus Spreckels
building, on the southeast corner of Market
«nd Third streets, in the city and county of
6an Francisco. State of California, on TUES-
DAT, December 2, 1902, at the hour of 10
o'clock In the forenoon rf said day, for the
purpose of electing a Board of Directors to
eerve for the ensuing year and for the trans-
action of such other business as may come De-
lore the meeting.
The books of the company will be closed for
the transfer of stock Saturday. November 22,
at • p. m.
This notice Is published In the San Francis-
co Call In compliance with article XVIII of the
SAMUEL W. BACKUS. Secretary -Western
Expanded Metal and Fire Proofing Co., No. 414.
415 Claus Spreckels Building. San Francisco,
California, Kovem v r 15. 1902.
IN ORDER-to Introduce "ANTIBLAZE" in ev-
ery bouse, we will for a limited time, pay
$9 for every $10 worth sold; needed In every,
house; no canvassing; sell to your friends only."
Address, ANTIBLAZE, 91 Main »t., Buffalo,
N. Y. '
EXCEPTIONAL effer, good pay; reliable men
and women solicitors. t9 Columbian bldg.
ASTHMA sufferer, keep in mind that A. Di
Nola's Asthma Remedy is the best remedy or
its kind in the market. A, DI NOLA, phar-
macist, 1249 Market St.. corner 9th. Cut Rate
Drug Store. 10c. 25c and 50c a package.
ASTROLOGY taught; horoscopes cast. PROF.
RAYMOND, book store, 649 Ellis, or by malL
ATTORyEYS AT LAW. <¦
EOBT. W. KING, atty-at-law. Examiner bldg.,
rm. 611; all cases; damages, estates, wills,
attachments, collections, etc; consultation
free; no advance charges: call or write; re-
tnember full name and room. TeL Red 360L
ADVICE! free — I will advance costs in meritor-
ious cases, divorces, probate and all other law
cases: no fees in advance; open every even- i
ing. J. M. THURSTON, 819 Market st..rm.81.
ADVICE free;dlvorces a specialty.quick, quiet;
no charge without success; established 18 yrs.
Q. TV. HOWE. 850 Market St.. cor. Stockton.
ADVICE free; all cases; no- advance -fees; no
charge without success. R. C. ADAMS, Ex-
aminer building, room 316. third floor.
ADVICE free; no charge* unless successful; all
cages; open evgs. W.W.Davidson, 927 Market.
GEORGE C. KING, attorney at law, room ei3.
Examiner bldg.. S. F.; phone Red 3804.
JOHN R. AITKEN. attorney at law. Roomi
SOa-10-11 Clnnie bldg.. 503 California et.
EQUITABLE Law Agency. 873 Market st—
Advice free; estates probated; call on us.
L. 6. CLARK. Emma "Spreckels bldg.. 927 Mar"
ket et.: consultation free: co fees In advance.
HI CYCLES For Sale or Exchange.
CHRISTMAS presents: $40 Monarch racers re-
duced to f25. Agent for Columbia and Eu-
reka bicycles; Juvenile wheels. ALLEN, 3C1
Larkin. corner McAllister.
BIRDS, DOGS, ETC. ™~
WARBLING canaries and all kinds of song,
talking and fancy -toirds; gold fish, pet stock,
cages, globes, aquariums; bird and animal
fcod cf all kinds. 1546 Market 6t-.bet.6th_9tn.
MOARDIXG FOR CHILDREN.
WANTED — Two or three children to board;
lowest terms; large yard; good borne and
care. 1607 California Bt.
BOOKS— XEW AJfD OLD.
BOOKS of all kinds bought libraries purchased-
H. C. Holmes. 1149 Market; tel. Howard 194tt]
BCSTMSSS CHANCES. ~
A— 51000; FANCY grocery (without bar)~on
Poet St.; large, fresh stock and a good pay-
Ing business; value in sight. Call R. U.
"VVILKE. 2614 Kearny st.
A— $S50; SALOON with 8 furnished rooms;
surrounded by factories and lumber yards:
old estab. and pood paying business, it. G.
WILKK. 26k K-earny st.
A — $700; FRUIT and vegetable market on
Geary st., with 2 horses, 2 wagons; a good
paying business: sickness of owner the only
caus<« for selling. See R. ,G. WILKE, 26>*
Kearny st. ¦ • ' ¦ . . . .
A — $450: RESTAURANT and coffee aaloon on
Fourth st.; rent $30; daily receipts $25; fight-
ing between partners cause for sale. R. 15.
WILKK. 20% Kearny e_
A— $375: COFFEE saloon and lunch counter
opp. R. R. freight depot; 4 living rooms-
rent $30: rare chance. See R. G. WILKK
Zb'/a K«— rny st.
A— JOSEPH STRAUB. 850 Market st.
$1500 — Partner in saluon and lodging-hous*>.
$550— Salmon with rooms upstairs; surround-
ed by factories; good place for man and wife.
$500 — Bakery and confectionery: low rent.
$425— Notions, Ktatlonery. bazaar; *ood lo-
cality; furnished rooms; cause, departure from
Grocery and bar in the Western Additioa;
good corner; gcod stock; good business.
$325— Home bakery; 5 rooms; low rent
$2500— Saloon: one of the best corners down
In v.holesaie district.
$3000— Livery and boarding stable; first-dasc
GROCERIES AND BARS.
$700 — Harrison- st.; close In; a snap.
$_XX>— Desirable corner on Hayes St.; old
$1500— Fine corner on O'Farrell St.; big busi-
$3500— Turk-st. corner; new stock; oppor-
tunity seldom offered.
$4500^ — Eddy-st. corner; money-maker '
THE ELITE INVESTMENT CO.. 83S Market!
BOWLING' alley; Interior city, 5000 population -
only alley Jn city; long IeK^e; clear income
*15 daily: price $1400; sickness cause' sale'
FREEMAN. PERRY & CO.. 030 Market st.
$fjO(C-Kearny et.: a snap.
$1500 — Mission St.. wholesale district.
S1800 — California st.. near Montgomery.
$3O00— With rest— urant; Clay. et. ;. wholesale
$3000 — Kearny St., near Bush. .
$3500 — Corner saloon on O'Farrell e_ ; close In
$5000 — Geary 6t., near Market.
THE ELITE INVESTMENT CO...838 Market.
WANTED — A steady man with $150 cash, as
partner In light indoor business;' will pay $75
per month to each the ycarv around; ex-
perience not necessary. 1016 x Market St.,
room 18. ¦ • .
IJVANTED — Partner with $1000 or more to in-
vert in good manufacturing business. THE
ELITE INVESTMENT CO.. S3S Market st. -
FOR SALE— Con.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
-Repair it with Elaterlte; in rolls easy to lay;
needs no painting, or coating; good over old,
iron tin or shinsles; best for new roof*.
KLATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market st
A— BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys.
etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear St.
EIGHTEEN months aso the honorable old
firm of Uncle Harri3 retired from business.
UNREDEEMED sealskins aa good aa new.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 103 Grant av.
EOILERS and engines; 100 for sale, or will
buy. KROGH MFG. CO.. 519 Market gt.
SECOND-HAND boilers, engines, pumps, ma.
chinery. etc H. S. WHITE. 130 Ceal? s^
ENGINES boilers, lathes, planers, second-
hand machinery. J. BURKE. 133Beaio s t^
C\LIFORNIA Incubators and brooders; be3t
made; catalogue. Cal. incubator Co.. Petaluma.
SAFES — New and second-hand.' THE HER.
MANN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacram?nto st.
SECOND-HAND lumber, sashes. blind3. doors
and bricks for sale. Valencia St.. cor. 15th.
SAFES— Cary Safe Co. E. B. BECK £ CO..
agents. 103 Front st.
\SK for prices on second-hand typewriters laty
makes). ALEXANDER & CO.. 110 Morus'y.
BOATS launches, rowboata carried in stoc'i.
BAKER & HAMILTON.
GASOLINE engines/all sizes.new and 2d-han1,
and launches. J. F. DOAK. 4C Fremont st.
Edison phonographs, records, supplies, mo vin 5
picture machines, films. Baclgrtlupi. 93-t Mkt.
MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-hand moving pic.
tureg. BULLARD & BRECK. 1.11 Post St.
• miSCELLAXEOUS WAXTS.
LADIES' sealskins, gents' dress suits bought.
Ptrtland Loan Office. 25 Stockton st. : postal.
TIL.TON wants euod second-hand clotnin.; and
theatrical Tgoods. 154 9th St.; tel. Jessi, 2851.
OLD gold silver diamonds an<i precious stonea
bought.* J. R. JENKKL. S17 Market gt.
MONEY ;^TO_JLjOA 1 X-
XX^_IA3iH^TAN7_OA*i CO-PANT (lnc>.
107-1US Crocker Building ,
S3 000.000 CAPITAL
".DEAL DIRECT and AVOID EXPENSE..
Loans at 5 ] /j and ti per cent; sums to suit;
City Oakland. Country and Town Property;
Estates, Legacies, Undivided Interests m
Realty; Interests in Unsettled Estates and
Contested Estates: Second MortgJ-ges and
Life Insurance Policies: full cost o. Improve -
at G per cent. MANHATTAN LOAM
CO.. Crocker building; telephone Main M>2%.
A— R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery St.. rooo. >.
Loans any amount at, lowest rates.
Deal direct wit- lender.
On first mortgages.
On second mortgages.
On third mortgages.
On undivided interests fa real estate.
On estates in probate.
Telephone Main 5318.
R. McCOLGAN. 2t Montgomery st.. room A
FINANCIAL problems of all sorts and sizes;
second mortgage*, legaoles. estates in pro-
bat", undivided interests, assignments ofi
rents, property in trust, life estates, life pol-
icies, etc.: save money by dealing directly:
quick settlements: no disappointments; cour-
teous consideration given all propositions; iS
you need money see
HERMAN MURPHY. 601-602 Examiner bid?.
WHY let everybody know- you are short nt
cash when you can borrow money on your
diamonds, watches. Jewelry, bankbook, seal-
skins, etc.. at the Security Loan and Trust
Co., 21 Stockton st., second floor; phoae Re<i
6474. No loan signs. Nothing to embarrass
you in calling.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 103 Grant ava.
• Phone Red 1603.
LOANS FROM $1 TO $10,000.
A PRIVATE party loans any amount on furni-
ture, Dianos, at lowest rates without removal;
no publicity: no commission; deal direct and
avoid brokerage. 510 Turk «t., near Larkia.
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds, Jewelry, at
lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store, 819
Market St.; tel. Main 1644. Branch 19 Third.
MONEY loaned salaried people, retail mer-
chants, teamsters, boarding-houses, wltho it
security: easy payments: largest business in
4G principal citien. Tolman, 553 Parrott b'.<
A PRIVATE party will loan without publicity
any amount: no commission: low rat-?.
BONELLI Conservatory building. 301 Edd«-
St.: phone South 470.
MONEY to loan at low, interest; gold, silver,
diamonds, pearls and precious stones' bought
at W. J. HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth st.
ONE Der cent on furniture or pianos: no rs-
raoval. no commission: $25 ud: quick, con!-
dential. 26 Montgomery St.. room 7. .„-
S. F. DISCOUNT AGENCY — Loans to salanei
people on their not*.
THE TOUSLEY CO 143 Phelan bl^.
ON furniture, pianos; no removal ;money quic
lowest Interest; easy terms: no brokerags:
reliable party. 1170 Market st.. room 68.
TO salaried people; any proposition from fid
up. 331 Kearny St.. room 9.
510 UP: furniture, pianos; 3%; no com.; pri-
vate. 6 Eddy st.. room 104; tel. Black 5J09.
THE Star Loan Co. of Wyoming loans money
to salaried employes ;easy paym'ts. 719 Mrkt.
ALL loans on diamonds and Jewelry 2 per cent
j mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank. 538 Kearny.
ONE rer cent on furniture; $5 a month on eacn,
$1000: any security. 302 Montgomery, rm. 1.
'***_ rates: no remove.
strictly private. E.W.LICK. 116 McAllister st
3% ON furniture & pianos, $15 up: no removal;
phone Black 1709; room 81. 6 Eddy, floor 4.
iCASH loaned salaried people on notes without
indorser. MORRELL. 60O Examiner bfdg.
I A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call
Ifi rvae-*<». <r> w— nrw *r. r — lalltne. $1 t><»r yoir.
MUSICAL IXSTRU31EXTS. '
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY.
ONE YEAR TRIAL FREE.
• AU these who wish to rent hew pianos, with
the privilege of purchasing, any make op
grade. $2 5O per month: every piano can ba
returned within one year and money will ba
refunded if not aa guaranteed. HEINE PI-
ANO CO., Heine Hail. 235-237 Geary st..
only direct factory representatives on tha
Coast: agent3 for the old reliable Gabler.
Chickering '& Sons. Playano. piano player;
large stock to select from, including bar-
gains; 5 new Hallet & Davis uprights. S1B3.
$285; t Fischer. SStf; l Heine. $2S5: 2 Chick-
erings. $1S3. $230; 3 Steinways. $133. $275.
$325 and 200 others; one price; 10 per cent
discount for cash on all goods.
A SMALL Fischer upright left on sale; $39- no
reasonable cash off er jefused : 237 Geary st.
ON SALE— Steinway upright: bargain; no reas-
onable offer refused; 237 Geary st. ¦
•A CHANCK for music at low prices; some good
I J. B. Nugent, small size, rosewood case.$l50
1 Smith & Barnes, walnut case. ......... 210
1 Roenisch. rosewood case 225
1 A. r:aus & Co., cabinet grand * 235
Square pianos, remodeled about equal to>
new. from $125 to $200. ¦ • ..*.•._
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO., Steinway
Pianos. Angelus Piano Players. Kearny and
-Sutter sts., San Francisco; Thirteenth and
Broadway. Oakland. Cat Agencies in every
important coast city.
A LIST OF BARGAINS— UPRIGHT3
Martin; cak case jijyj
Mayson; walnut case .-... $195
Huntingdon; mahogany case ..$22^
Comstock: mahogany case ..$235
Chickering; mahogany case.'. ......$335
All in excellent condition — fully warrants -
I easy payments.
BENJ. CURTAZ _ SON. 18-20 O'Farrell s*
No branches in San Francisco.
TO buy a good article for a reasonable pric*
is to buy well. When you buy from th»
ZENO MAXJVAIS MUSIC CO. you _et Just
such a bargain. Pianos from $50 upward.
Terms to suit the most exacting. Baumeia-
ter. Schubert or Stodard. 769 Market st.
ANY piano sold by us taken back any tim»
within two years, and full purchase price al-
lowed on a new peerless Kcaba at regular
price; costs you only 20c a day to buy a
piano from us. KOHLER _ CHASE. 3O
O'Farrell St.: established 1850.
UPRIGHT piano, Al Steinway make, bought
last July, family moving east. 214 Leaven-
worth st. £ '
YOUR piano can be made new for one-quarter
the cost of buying; send for booklet. Pierce" •
Piano Factory. Market. 14th and Church sta.
AUCTION prices; pianos to. burn; another lot
storage pianos for almost a song; great bar-
gains. WILSON'S Storage. 1710 Markst st.
BEST renting pianos In city for «3 per month.
SCOTT CURTAZ PIANO CO.. 560 Hayes st!
WANTED — 4 square pianoa suitable for coun-
try schools. BYRON MAUZY. 30S Post st.
A. GOOD Steinway, upright, $185; make casti
offer. 237 Geary st. ' ...
SUPERIOR violins, xithers. old and new H.
MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
EOHMER. Byron Mauxy, pianos. Cecillan piano
player. ¦ BYRON MAUZY, 308-312 Post »t.
BEAUTIFUL new . pipe organ, suitable for
church or lodgeroom. ByronMauzy.303-312Po3|t
RARE chance; three-pedal upright: icood «?^
new. - 10 McAllister st. * s ' *""* •-.¦»»
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.. 031 Market *t^—
Steck. Everett. Ludwlg and other good pianoa.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
-Call. 16 pages, sent to any address In ta»
United States or Canada on* year tor «.
HELP WANTED— FEMALE Con.
HAIRDRESSING, manicuring, massage, sca!p
treatment, hairwork. re/noval superfluous
hair, $5 2 weeks, day & eve. class; wages
$10 to $20 week. 1230 Market, cor. Jones, r. 'J4.
MIDDLE-AGED woman to take care of chil-
dren; must sneak Spanish. 434% Tehama st.
GIRL for general housework. Call 1534 O'Far-
rell st. ¦> , . • ' - -
TALENTED amateur performers. Apply at
Chutes C p. m. Wednesday; salary no object.
SALESLADIES wanted at 1323 Stockton St.,
.New York Millinery. .
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
' subscriptions has been established at 1096
Valencia «t. ¦' '. ' ¦
HELP WANTED— MALE. -
A — MURRAY & READY.. 634 and 630 Clay st.
Phone Main 5M8
..Leading Employment and Labor Agents..
WE SHIP........ WE SHIP
TO NEVADA :....TO ARIZONA
FREE FARE FREE FARE
CHATSWORTH PARK. L. A. COUNTY
Laborers, Teamsters, Tunnelmen . .
' CLOSE TO
. . .-. PRESCOTT
50 Italians for R. R. work, free fare.$l 75-$2
: 169 Tiemakers
• 173 Woodchoppers ..... — .....
26 farm hands $30, $25, $20 and found
18 pruners, orchardists, etc.. $32 50 and found
32 laborers and teamsters.. $2 day
Cabinetmaker $2 to $3 a day
Experienced furniture packers; blacksmith,
shop, fare $1 50
Teamster, mine, $45 and found; 14 stablemen;
, Porter, wholesale house, country, boss here..
Tinsmith, do some metal work, factory......
.$2 50 day
Cook, south ' $12 50 week
12 cooks $30, $40, $50. $60 and found
G waiteis..- $35, $30, $25, $20 and found
'Cook, institution, fare $1 50. .$30 and found
Cook, officers' mess and mine ?60
" Dishwashers, porters, .bell and elevator boys.
Cook, also waiter, hotel, fare 70c..,
J.........$40, ' $30 'and foun.l
Butcher, shop, fare $2 $35 and found
Waiter, V$35, fare $1; sexton. Catholic
Coachman $35 and found
MURRAY _ READY,
G34 and C36 Clay st.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S Employment Agcy
429 Bush st...... 642 Clay st
Free fare Free fare
: FOR NEVADA
50 four-horse teamsters $2, $2 25
• 50 two-horse teamsters.... $1 75 to $2
T>0 laborers .........'. $1 75 to $2
50 laborers, track and steel gang. .$1 75 to $2
FOR CHATSWORTH PARK
Tunnelmen..'... $2 to $3
Free fare ; ' Free' fare
C. R. HANSEN & CO 429 Bush st
Branch office 642 Clay st
BUTLER, $50 and found; hotel cook." country,
$50 and found; kitphen man and potwasher,
$25 to $30;~ waiters, dishwashers and others.
J. F. CROSETT & CO., C2S Sacramento st.
TINNER; laborers for lumber road, $30 and
found; stableman for countryj $35 and found;
assistant gardener, $25 and found, and others.
J, F. CROSETT & CO.. 628 t Sacramento St.
A— HOTEL GAZETTE, 26 Montgomery, r. 12.
Second porter, $15. - ¦
-.. . • 1 ;
ERRAND boy about 14 years of age by leading
•manufacturing concern: must reside with
•parents; wages $20 per month.-' Address "Er-
rands,"' box 2995. Call office. /-
WANTED — For U. S. army, able-bodied un«
married men, between ages of 21 and 35; citi-
zens of United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to
Recruiting Olficer. 121 New Montgomery st.,
Sa'h Francisco, or Masonic building. Sacra- '
mento, Cal. .
WANTED— A first-class carriage blacksmith
finisher; steady employment at first-class
wages. Apply A. MEISTER & SONS' CO..
BARBERS — A two-chair shop, new furniture;
over $40 per week; rent $15; for $300, part
cash; on account of sickness; worth $500.
2S09 California st. : :
WANTED AT ONCE IN EMPORIUM—
An experienced mat cutter in the frame de-
partment. Apply Superintendent's office.
WANTED — A few bright boys to work in
shirt factory. L. ELKUS CO., 29 and 31
Battery st. - r •
RESTAURANT— Reliable' young waiter; best
pay; permanent position; no fee; city refer-
erences asked. 526 Montgomery st. V
WANTED — First-class tailor on custjbm coats;
$20 a week. 110 Olive ave., off Polk St., be-
tween Ellis and O'Farrell. .
WANTED — One first-class carriage woodworker
. at first-class wages. Apply to A. MEISTER
-SONS' CO., Sacramento, Cal. £
BARBERS— A two-chair shop with fixtures
and one furnished room in back, for sale;
. owner leaving city. 1741 Mission st. . . .
WANTED— Bushelman. SUMMERFIELD _
ROMAN. 901 Market st. ' ¦
WANTED— Bushelman; steady Job. PAUSON
& CO., 200 Kearny st. • . ¦£
STRONG boys. B. BLUMENTHAL & CO., 27
Battery st. .\ /'_
FIRST-CLASS packers .wanted. Apply Super-
intendent's office. The Emporium. . ; . .
EXPERIENCED men wrappers wanted, j Apply
Superintendent's office, The Emporium. -..-*.'
WANTED — A good oyster cook, between 10:30
' .and 11 a. m;-. wages $35.-135 Powell st. j
WANTED — 3 conscientious solicitors of ability
and push. 312 Hearst bldg,' 9 to 10 a. m.
SHOEMAKER wanted for Sacramento. Apply
-; 1105 VS Howard st
FIRST-CLASS union barber wanted. 107% Fifth
' street. ; ., . ' - .
WANTED— Lunch waiter, at 223 Brannan.
BOOTBLACK wanted In barber shop.' Octavia
St., corner Post.- <; ; . >
BOY about 14 : for - drugstore. . Corner Ninth
' and Mission sts. . . .,--. ¦ ' . '¦
BOOTBLACK wanted at 1312 Market St., near
; Jones, v Room 320 Callaghan building.
WANTED — Good "bread and cake baker at
486 Hayes st. ' .:>¦'"
BARBERS— Whole or half ..Interest for sale;
paying 2-chair shop; low rent.. -252 Ellis st.
BARBER shop for. sale; cash. ,12 Fremont r st.
BARBER wants small shop,' with living rooms
attached. '. Box 2860. Call. '- '
V ,V CLAIRVOYANTS. . .
ISMAR. the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and
palmist, permanently located 1104 Market st.,
.. cor. Turk; private readings daily. 10 a.- m. to
6 p. m. ; readings by mall. as satisfactory as
in person; 3 questions answered. $1; full life,
C5; send lock of hair, date and year of birth;
don't send • currency. Send Postof flee, Wells •
Fargo money order or registered letterr*~. v
MISS WARD, queen of. all clairvoyants and
, palmists; gives the name of your sweetheart,
relatives or friend3. Jtving or dead; • if in
trouble see this wonde^fee. 50c-$l. 126 Turk.
ZELPHA. GYPSY QUEEN LIFE READER. '
Full life reading, by mail or at office, $1;
write date of births 993 Market St.. nr. 6th.
MISS M. WILLE. 330 Ellis st. clairvoyant,
crystal seer, reads your life correctly without
questions ;names given; 50c, $1; telSutter 1800.
MME. RAVENNA will give full life reading
for 50c one week.-. 5 Fourth. st.
MME. MARSEAU. clairvoyant card reader,
15c and 25c; hours 10 to 8. 625 Minna st. -.
DR. EILERSFICKEN, osteopath and clalrvoy-
ant healei; read., treatments dally. 34 6th.
MRS. REYNOLDS, life reader. 1008% Market;
no fake methods; satisfaction or no pay.: .;
25 CTS., 25 cts., 25 cts.— Life reading, three
days only. 3G1 Geary st.-
EARLE, removed to 1052 Ellis St.; hours 9:30
to 4; seance Sun.. Thurs.; tel. East ' 1038.
C. - V. MILLER'S materializing seances Sun.,
< Thurs.. 8 p.m.;50c. 1084 Bush; ph. j Lrkn.4133.
MISS.LE FERN, card reading and palmistry;
ladles. 25c; gents, 60c. 109 Fifth st.
OLDEST palmist and card reader in city; ladles"
¦ 25c; gents 50c. 1032 Market, sujte- 19. 2d floor.
Clairvoyant, card reader, from Louisiana: only
10c; hours. 1 to 8. 262 Minna st... near 4th.
MRS. SHAFFER, clairvoyant card reader; sit-
tings dally. 448% Jessie St.. bet. 6th and 6th.
MRS. -BROWN, clairvoyant card reader; ladies
25c; gents 50c: readings dally. 132 Sixth st.
MRS. BAUMANN. the well-known clairvoyant.
¦ has moved to 317 Ellis st. ; readings dally. '
CARPET BEATING AND CLEANING-!
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
6end for SPAULDING'S pioneer Carpet-beat-
ing Works. 353-357 Tehama st. ; tel. South 40.
AMERICAN Carpet-beating Works ;cleaning,re-
lald.renovated. 1807 Harrison: tel.Church 2608.
TRY BOPKE BROS.' excellent carpet clean-
lng. ; Phone Bush 42f. 411-413 ¦ Powell- ¦_
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 263.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works,
333 Golden Gate av«.; telephone East 126.
J. E. MITCHELL Carpet-cleaning and Reno-
vatlng Co.. 240 14th st.; tel. Mission 74.
CHIROPODISTS. \ v :
A. S. CALDER — Corns, callousea, ingrowing,
nails, warts and moles removed . without
pain. 1148 Market St.: phone Folsom 1561.
BAD tenants ejected for $4: collections made;
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO., 415 Montgomery, rooms 9-10; tel. 6580.
ADVICE free — Columbian Law and Collection
Agency, r. 85. 910 Market st. ; phone Red 309.
CONSUM^TTvES^AlTcases positively relieved
»nfl benefited. Phyfrlclan. box 3493. Call.
COTTAGES TO LET. ~~
FURNISHED cottase; C rooms and bath. 3933
Twenty-fifth st.. near Vlcksburg. "
I -} DENTISTS. ,
A NEW plate^ — The Whalebone — Cannot break;
warranted 20 yrs. ; crown, $3 50: fillings. 50c;
plates. $5; full set; all work painless and war-
ranted. Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth' st.
LOWEST prices In S. F. ; painless extraction
50c. N.'Y. Dentists. 969 Mission. SE. cor. 6th.
PARIS Dental Parlors. 235 Kearny, cor Bush—
Set teeth $1 50 up; crowns $2 up; fillings 25c. '
EET of teeth without plate. DRl H. G.
YOUNG. 1841 Polk st. ___:
THERE is a point where cheapness ceases to
be economy; in dentistry, when you want
real quality and real economy, visit DR. A.
L. SIMPSON. 1206 Market st.. cor. G. G. ave.
DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES
McDOV.'ELL Drew making and Millinery School
— Evening class: patterns cut. 1019 Market.
-...•¦¦ :'.. -.'-¦ EDUCATIONAL- .„ «„,
HEALD'S SCHoTdL^F^EL^CTrIca^ ENGI^
NEERING — Theory, demonstration, construe-'
tion. laboratory and shop work; thoroughly
practical; day, night. 24 Post; catalogue free.
A — THE Lyceum, an accredited preparatory
school for the university, law and medical
colleges; ref., Pres. Jordan or any Stanford
professor; day. eve.- sessions. - PKelan bldg.
HEALD'S SCHOOL OF MINES. 24 Post St.,
S. F. — Thorough courses ;complete equipment;
ell subjects pertaining to mining and mining
engineering; day and night; catalogue free.
gallagher-marsh~ business college.
conducted by experts; best combined short-
hand and commercial course to be had; in-
dorsed by official court reporters. 1382 Market
CALIFORNIA Business College, 305 Larkin st.
"A thorough school"; positions secured for
graduates; modern methods; individual in-
struction. Write for illustrated catalogue.
ADDED 2 new rooms; new students still rush-
in; they know our graduates get the posi-
tions. S. F. Business College. 1236 Market.
ADDRESS Ayers' Business College. 723 Market
St., for their new catalogue; it is free and the
nicest In the State. Life scholarship, $r.O.
ENGINEERING— Civll.elec., mining,mech.,sur-
Vjey. assay, cyanide; day. eve. ; cst. 180i Van-
der Naillen School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
ACTING, elocution, specialties; Hallet School;
associated with theatrical cgency securing
positions. Alcazar building, 120 O'Farrell st.
BOOKKEEPING— Tar. the expert, makes you
a practical bookkeeper for $20: expert ac-
countant >for $55. Room 219. Parrott bldg.
COOPER-GERSON School of Acting. 414 Ma-
son Ft.; day and evening classes.
PROF. MERKI. 1008 Mission, nr. 6th— Private
lessons, violin, mandolin, guitar;club practice.
SCHOOL OF ILLUSTRATION. Day and
PARTINGTON'S. 424 Pine st... .Nighkclass.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc.; day or eve.; $5 up. 1024 Mission, nr. Cth.
SHORTHAND taught by mail or personally.
MISS M. G. BARRETT, 302 Montgomery st.
Chicago Business College,*435 Market, nr. 10th.
• .Pittman shorthand, typing, bookkeepg; $0 mo.
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post St., S. F.;
founded 1S63; new SO- page catalogue free. .
Attention Ladies, by this treatment more than
10CO cases of Piles have been permanently
cured In this city without surgery or delay.
Names sent. Lady physician for women only.
Call or address Emorodoclde Co., ladies' de-
partment 404-5-6 Parrott bldg.. S F.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. ' ~~
JAPANESE cleaning Co., SIOVj Stockton st. ;
work by -day or hour; best help; contractor
farm, bands. K. MATSUWAKA; John. 2121.
Grand Japanese-Chinese Kmp. Office, 415 Stock-
ton; tel. Grand 108; expert reliable help.
CHINESE Employment Office — Best help at
short notice. 411% O'Farrell; tel. Eaat 053.
CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years.
Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY & CO.. 040 Clay.
ORPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese, Chi-
nese help. 420 Powell,nr.Sutter;tel Black D072
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese Employment Of-
flce; all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 5188.
JAPANESE Intelligence Office— Furnish most
reliable help. 524 Bush Ft: tel. Bush 516.
EMPLOYMENT WASTED FKMALE.
A GERMAN girl, young, strong, references,
wants a situation, wages $20. MISS PLUN-
KETT. 425 Sutter, nr. Powell, Phone > Main
5472. ; .< ' ¦ ¦/ , ¦ .. ,.-.
WANTED— By a competent woman, a situation
to do, general housework; no objections to a
little ways in the country.' ¦ No. 36 Ritch st.
A YOUNG Irish girl, wants a place to assist
in a- family, wages $15, MISS PLUNKETT,.
425 Sutter, nr. Powell, Phone Main 6472.
YOUNG lady wants position as nurse. or sec-
¦ ond work; speaks only French;. good ref er-
ences. Address 2378 California.
SALESLADY, experienced, cloak and buH de-
partment, wants situation. Box 2093. Call.
YOUNG lady desires permanent situation ad-
dresslng envelopes, etc.' Box 2859, Call. '
A REFINED young woman offers services
free to lady going to Honolulu; fond of chil-
dren; thorough good sailor; highest refer-
ences. . Apply .Trained Nurse, box 29S1, Cail/
YOUNG • woman .' wishes a ' situation to . assist
in -small family. ¦ Box 2984. Call. ¦;:; .
A RELIABLE woman wishes chamberwork in
plain hotel or rooming-house. Box 2191; Call.:
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third St., near Mar-
ket— 200 roons; 25c to $1 CO per night; $1 50
j to $6 week; convenient and respectable; free
. bus and baggage to and from ferry. - ._¦.
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