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THE eAN /:; rEAK.CIgCp";:.l}ALL,. MON DAY, DECEMBER Uil5; ; 1902.
HELP WANTED— FEMALE— Con.
WANTED— For Palo Alto, 1 hour's ride from
city, a German, Swiss or Swedish girl for
general housework in a family of four. Call
from 1 to 4 p. m.. 808 Van Ness ave. >
COMPETENT girl for general housework and
plain cooking; 4 adults; $15. 919 Jones.
TALENTED amateur performers. Apply at
Chutes 6 p. m. , Wednesday; salary no object.
WANTED— A woman about 45 years of age
- . who has ; been a mother and can take . full
charge of an infant. A good position for the
right party who is competent to do this work.
Address box 2454. ? Call of flee. , .¦ •
HAIRDRESSING! manicuring, massage, scalp
treatment, hair work, removal of superfluous
' hair, $5 2 weeks, day & eve. class; wages $10
to $20 week./ 1236 Market, cor. Jones, r. 3t.
WANTED — Experienced operators on Lamb
"¦ knitting machines, hand sewers and cro-
chetters: also a few apprentices. Apply J. J.
P.FISTER KNITTING CO., 412 Polk St.
GIRLS from 16 to 18 for factory work; steady
employment; good wages; .apply at once, i
AMES &¦ HARRIS, 100 Sacramento Bt.
A GOOD German woman to do cooking: and
housework for . 4 days each . week. Apply
1800 Union st., corner Octavia.
OPERATORS on ladies' underwear to work in
factory; good pay. «56 Mission.. st, 4th floor.
WANTED — Experienced saleswomen. Apply
between 9 and 11 a, m. at HALE BROS.'.
OPERATORS on ladies' waists to work in
factory. 656 Mission st. fourth floor.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at CALL branch office, 2200 Fillmore
A BRANCH office- for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1090
Valencia st. - -..-.¦ . ¦ '
HELP WANTED—MALE. :
A— MURRAY & READT. 634 and 636 day st.
- Phone, Main 5S4S.
Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
WE SHIP r.... WTEJ SHIP
TO NEVADA TO ARIZONA
FREE' FARE FREE FARB
Chatsworth Park .......Los Angeles County
Laborers, Teamsters, Tunnelmen. .
? . CLOSE TO .
. . PRESCOTT
Blacksmith, with helper, city. a day;
2 Italian minors. $67 50; 3 spool-tenders, lum-
ber company, $50 and found; '2 car loaders,
woods, $50 and found; 15 farmers,* steady Jobs,
$25 and $30 and found; 15 laborers and team-
, sters, city. and country; 6 choremen, chore
boys and milkers; butter-maker, city dairy,
- $35 and found. ,-¦¦¦¦
..- 175 wood choppers.
8 cooks, city and country hotels, and restau-
rants $35 and $45 and found'
o waiters, city and country.. $25, $30, $35 and
fd. Dishwashers and kitchen help; butcher,
country shop; porter, country.
Laundryman. small country laundry; fare
paid .$30 and found
Baker, country hotel, $50 and found; cake
baker, country, $45 and found; baker's helper,
country, $20 and found; grocery clerk, city,
$35 and found. '
MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st
- A cook; mining company; good place; $65 and
' found. Young male stenographer.
.^ MURRAY & READY. 634-C36 Clay st
EVERY EMPLOYER OF HELP.
No syndicate too large, no firm too small for
us to supply; no objection to distance; we
ship good help to a'll parts of the world; em-
ployers of help, phone, telegraph, write or caii
in person and procure your help from-
MURRAY & READY.
We gave employment
.In 1897 to upward of 17,000 men.
In 1898 to upward of 19,000 men.
In 1899 to upward of 21,000 men.
In 1900 to upward of 35,000 men.
. In 1901 to upward of 37,000 men.
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay st. -
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S Emp. Agency.
429 Bush st ...../ .642 Clay st
Railroad work' Railroad work.
Free fare. Free fare.
We ship to-day
.."..... .For | Nevada.
500 teamsters $2 and $2 25 a day.
500 laborers $2 a day.
...... ....For track and steel gang....
- GO laborers . : $2 a day.
.-.For Chatsworth Park
60 tunhelmen. $2 and $3 a day.
j Free fare. . .\ . . , .• Free fare.
Butter maker, $35. -.
Night clerk country hotel, $30 to $35; see
Cooks, waiters and dishwashers, '
C.R. HANSEN. & CO.... :..;.:. 429 Bush st.
Branch office... ..642 Clay st."
3 FARMERS and wives. $40 and $55 and
found; "fruit farmer, $1 day and found;
furnace man for mine, $60 and board; boys
to ¦ learn trade, $5' week; butlera, cooks,
waiters and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO.
- 628 Sacramento st.
ANDRE'S Office. SIC Stockton st. "
Meat -cook, country, easy place, $55; fry
cook, $12 a week; stableman, private place
$35; butler, small family, -$35; etc.
A— HOTEL GAZETTE, 26 Montgomery r 1°
Gardenei-, $40, for country resort. ' "
BARBERS — Journeymen barbers take notice*
Nomination of officers for the ensulnir term
MONDAY EVENING, December 15; fine for
¦. non-attendance. JOSEPH R. BLEILY. Sec.
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 Officer, 121 New Montgomery st
..Ban Francisco, or Masonic building. Sacra-
mento, , Cal. • : . _.. - • . . -
WANTED — A first-class shoe mun; on^
capable, of taking charge of department and
accustomed . to the coast trade; must be
thoroughly . - up \o date; state age, ex-
perience and salary expected. Address box
2525. Call. . .
WANTED— First-class stationery man; one
capable of taking ., charge ; of department :
would, prefer one who is familair :with
silverware and jewelry; good position for
right party; state age, experience and salary
expected. t Address box 2571," Call. * . '(/.
WANTED— Good 'tailor, on custom; wages $20
per week. 110 Olive ave.. off Polk et.; bft.
Ellis and O'Farrell. . . .-. . •>;
10 o ?JP YS wanted at once. JOE ROSENBERG.
- 816 Market st. .;:.,:• ¦ ,- -
WANTED— First-class ; barber. 415 Market st
WANTED— Boy for •fireman in boiler-room.
Cascade Laundry. 175 Tenth st
BOOTBLACK wanted for " barber shop. " 1104
Fillmore st.;' good Job. /
LUNCH waiter, wanted. Wm. Tell restaurant,
315 . Bush st. , "•.; ¦ ;-\ ¦¦' ".', ¦¦' \ .
MEN. to learn barber trade; $15 required; free
shave, haircut. Barber College, 258 O'Farrell.
YOUNG man - about ' IS - to help in small
restaurant. . 1140 Union st.
WANTED— Good cook at 1500 Kentucky st.
WANTED— Good foreman on cakes. 0.11 Larkin
street. : '; ¦ -. ¦¦.¦..¦ ¦' ' . " • - : —-
BARBERS good paying j 3-chair shop for sale
on account of other business. .: 428 Cth. •"-.-.
BARBERS — A 3-chair outfit for sale at your
' own price. Call at 9 a. m. 239 3d 6t. j
SAW FRAX CISCO CALL.
BUEINEES OFFICE of The Ban "Francisco
Call, corner ££arket and Third 6treets; open
cntll.12 o'clock every night In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES — 827 Montgomery street.
rcrnt-r Clay ; ' open until 9 :30 p. m.
500 Hayes etreet; open until 9:30 p. m.
633 McAllister street; open until 9:30 p. m.
CIS Larkin street; open until 9:30 p. m.
; 1941 Mission etreet; open until 10 p. m.
S2C1 Market etreet, corner Sixteenth; open
cstll.'J p. m. - •
106 Eleventh rtreet ; open until 9 p. m.
1096 Valencia etreet ; open until 9 p. m.
Northwest corner of Twenty-eeconB and Ken-
tucky streets; open until 9 p. in.
2200 Fillmore etreet; open until 9 p. m.
EVANGELIST^DONALD IR'KSO, from To-,
ronto, will preach at Gosj»el Hall, Sixteenth
et, near Valencia, on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday. Friday 'and Sunday
next at 7:45 p. m. Everybody welcome; no
collection. ' -.
ASYLUM of Golden Gate Commandery lh *_
No. 16. K. T-. €25 Sutter et. — Stated Tgjp
assembly THIS EVENING at 8 Rj
o'clock. Order of Red Cross. All fra-
ters are courteously Invited. By order
of the commander.
THEO. FROLICH. Rec
THE annual msetinr of Ban Francisco •»
Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, _^\_
takes p'.ace TUIS EVENING. Irapor- jSJT
tant business. H. G. PRINCE, Sec. / 1
MISSION LODGE No. 109, F. & A. M.— ¦
Ofiicers and members are hereby noti-
fled t» attend the runeral of our de- /LjK
ceased brother, OSCAR WILLIAM ¦ f^r}
WHITE from his late residence, 1054 14th
street Oakland. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY)
MORNING, at 10:30 o'clock. Take 9 o'clock
boat at Ferry depot By order of the w . M.
R. E. ALLAN. Secretary.
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1, L O. v.^ija**&-
0. F. — UeirbP-rs attend rejrular ¦=£3fJ55S$tS
meeting MONDAY EVENING.
Dec 15. Business of lnu»rtance ¦'VW**
to the lodge will be transacted.
S . H. COCHRAN. N. Q.
ABOU BEN ADHEM Lodge No. 112, KSyftOt.
1. O. O. F. — Special session Moa- 5tKS*J^S
dsy. 1 p. m.. sham, to attend "2^K*^r
funeral of Uro. A. F. Thins. : " v "~
R. GXLLHAM. N. G.
THE California Debris Commission, having re-
ceived applications to mine by hydraulic pro-
cess from Frank Mining Co.. in Sailor Flat
Hydraulic Mine, near Nevada City. Nevada
County, CaL. draining into Sailor K1*X Creek,
which reaches South Yuba River; from A.' A.
Gorman and A. F. Kavannugb. in Sage Hill
Mine, near Michigan Bluff. Placer County,
Cal.. draining into Skunk Creek, which
reaches Middle Fork of American River;
from Frank Joseph, in Frank Joseph Mine,
near Watson Gulch, Shasta County, draining
icto Roaring River, which reaches Sacra-
mento River; and from Alfred- Dixon et al..
in Big Gun Gold Mine, near Michigan Bluff.
PJacer County. CaL. draining into Poor
Man's Creek, which reaches American River.
gives notice that a meeting will be held at
room 96, Flood building. San Franclsoo, Cal.,
December 29. l&ui, at 1:30 p. m.
THE regular annual meetlns of the stockhold-
ers of the Carapo Seco Gold Mining Company
will be held &t tbe office of the company. 713
Slarket St., rooms aOS-312. San Francisco,
OaL. on MONDAY, the 29ta day of Decem-
ber. 1302, at 2 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose
of electing a board of directors to serve for
the ensulns year and transacting such other
business as may come before the meeting.
Transfer books will close on the £6th dayi of
December. 19C2.' at 12 O'clock m. '
- ROBERT D. DUKE. Secretary-
Office rooms 308-312 Spreckels Annex. 713
Market st-. Ean Francisco. CaL
THE anr.ua 1 meetlnr of the stockholders of
the Nevada National Bank of San Francisco,
CaL. will be held at its banking house, 301
Montgomery st.. San Francisco, CaL. on
TUESDAY. January IS, 1903. at 3:15 o'clock
p. K-. for the election of directors -to eerve
during the ensning year, and the transaction
of such other business as may come before
the meeting. GEORGE GRANT, Sec
p.Ti lYaPciscc^ December 12. 1902. ¦
EXCEPTIONAL offer, rood pay: reliable men
end women solicitors. S3 Columbian bldg.
AGENCY by young man to travel on cominiB-
eion round Oakland. Box 3SS2. CalL Oakland.
ASTHMA sufferer, keea in mind that A. Dl
Nola's Asthma. Remedy Is tbe best remedy of
Its kind in the market. A. DI NOLA, phar-
macist. 1249 Market St.. corner 9th. Cut R&t'e
Drug Store. 10c. 25c and 50c a package.
ASTROLOGY taught; horoscopes cast " PBOfl
RAYMOND, book store, 049 EUls. or by malt
ATTORXKYS AT LAW. ~^
EOBT. W. KING. «Xty-at-law. Examiner bids..
nn. 611; all cases; damages, estates, wills,
attachments, collections, etc; consultation ;
free; no advance charges; call or write; re-
member full name and room. TeL Red 360L
ADVICE free — I will advance costs in meritori-
ous cases, divorces, probate and all other law
cases; no lees in advance; open every even-
ing. J. M. THURSTON. S19 Market Et..rm.31.
ADVICE free; divorces a. specialty; quick.<julet:
r.o charge without success; established lfJ yr».
G. W. HOWE, 850 Market et, cor. Stockton.
ADVICE free; all cases; no advance fees; no
charge without success. R. C. ADAMS,
Examiner building, room 316, third floor.
JOHN R. AITKEN, atty.-at-law. r. 309-10-11.
Clucle bldg. SOS California; teL Bush 638.
EQUITABLE Law Agency, 1035 Market et. —
Advice free; estates probated; call on us.
ADVICE tree; no charge unless successful;- all
cases; open evgs. W. W.Davidson,927 Market
GKORGE C. KING. attorney-at-!aw. room 613,
Examiner bldg.. S. F.; phone Red 3604.
L. S. CLARK. Emma Spreckels bldg.. 927 Mar-
ket et.; consultation free; no fees in advance.
mCYCLES— For Sale or Eichnoge.
CHKISTMAS presents; $40 Monarch racers re-
.duced to $25. Agent for Columbia and Eu-
reka bicycles; Juvenile wheels. ALLEN, 301
Larkin Et.. corner McAlIlEter. '
KIH1JS. DOGS. ETC. .
WARBLING canaric* and all kinds of songT
talking and fancy birds; sold fish, pet Etock,
cages, cicbes, aquariums; bird and animal
food of all kinds. 1546 Market st,bet.Sth&-9th.
BOOKS XE1V AXD OLD.
EOOKS of all kinds bought libraries purchased.
H. C. Holmes. 13-13 Market; teL Jessie 3741.
A — $2C0; PARTNER wanted; man or woman
in delicacy stoic with home cooking; active
!«.-rson wanted. Call R. G. WILICE. 2«^
A— ($1100: WOOD and coal yard; established 6
reara; C horses, 3 wasons, cart, etc.; 5 years*
Itase; rent free; located one block south of
Market; a good paying business. R. G.
WILKE, 'Ml* Kearny st.
A— $22C0; CKOPHOUSE and restaurant; close
to Chronicle building; established years;
daily receipts $80; lease; no better offer in
restaurant in this city. Call R. G. WILKE.
"iihi Kearny st. -
A— fS50; SALOON with 8 furnished rooms;
surrounded by factories and lumber yards;
old established and good paying business.
R. G. WILKE. ««% Kearny st.
ATTENTION TO THIS NOTICE. ~
LCTTERMAXN & CO., 916 Market St., have
moved their offices to rooms 64 and 55, on-
iith floor; their old office in room 18, on 3rd
floor, VT2S too small, and on that account they
¦ have moved to rooms 54 and 55, on Sth floor,
¦ where they, now have three nice large front
jooras and can more conveniently talk with
their many frionUs and clients and advise
with them; we "here call your close attention
\ to a few of the many fine business chances
lor you to consider. ¦ ¦ .
A— *(JOf;O: CHANCE for a. live man; business
establifhed since 18t : 4 and known over the
entire Pacific Coast;, do not ask for particu-
lars if you have not the money.
LCTTCRMANN & CO.. 916 Market, r. 54-55.
A- $3000: SALOON and large rocming-house;
rent $118; lease; near Market LUTTER-
MANN & CO.. QIC Market st. rms. Bl-55.
A — S700; tSALOOX; S. of Mkt; rent $2*>- dally
; SIT. LCTTEKilANN, 91U Market rms. 51-03.
* A— $J."io: PARTNER wanted toTecp~pfainlu>
count* nvA assist in light busicesc; will pay
*15 to. $JS rcr week; established 14 years.
Particulars ca'.l 1010 Market st., room 10.
••HCMn EQUITY." 1035 Maricet. have Rood
_ , 1-JCfr mine to trade for business hi town.
~\\~V. con iocate you on T7. S. pine timber land
Apply. HOME EQUITY. 1035 Market st '
fPECIAL bargain; delicatessen "store: .estab-
lished 10 years; daily receipts $r^; rent $30-
_JpricejS1100. CLOSE & CO.. 1007>i Market.
HALF interest in raioon and Erocery: jjood
opportunity to right party. Box 25S4. Call.
FISH market; well-established business;' horse
j'-n3 buzuy. !M1 Sanchez £t.
MEAT inxrtet in Missicn. Apply' bet. 10 and
32 a. _:n., 2V1% Folsom et.
FOR Fn\f — Cuptcni shoe Ftcre and repairing; in
roud locality; Rood paying business. For par-
tcualrs VZ'J Howard st.
MONEY TO LOAJT.
AA— MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY (Ino.).
107-108 Crocker ..Buildtnff.......
..DEAL DIRECT and AVOID EXPENSE..
Loans at $':*> and 6 per cent; sums to suit;
City, Oakland. Country and Town Property:
Estates, Lesacies, Undivided Interests in
Realty; Interests in Unsettled Estates and
Contested Estates; -Second Mortgages and
Life Insurance Policies: full cost of improve,
menta at 6 per cent. MANHATTAN LOa.V
CO., Crocker building; telephone Main 5924.
A— R- McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery st.. room *.
Loans any amount at lowest rates.
Deal direct with lender.
On first mortgages.
On second mortgages.
On third mortgages.
I On undivided Interests in real estate. ¦"• .»' .
; On estates in probate. . >
I On lesacies.
I ' .. ' NO. DELAY.
Telephone Main S51S.
R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery st., room 3.
FINANCIAL problems of all sorts and sizes;
- second mortgages, legacies, estates in pro-
! bate, undivided interests, assignments of
rents, property in trust, life estates, life pol.
lcies. etc.: save money by dealing dlrectiy;
quick settlements; no disappointments: cour-
teous consideration civen all propositions; it
you need money see - - .
HERMAN MURPHY, 601-602 Examiner bid.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 103 Grant »'«.
Phono Red 1603.
LOANS FROM $1 TO $10,000.
A PRIVATE party loans any amount on furni-
ture, pianos, at lowest rates without removal;
no publicity; no commission; deal direct and
avoid brokerage. 510 Turk st. near Larkin.
ONE per cent on furniture or pianos: no re-
moval, no commission; $25 up; quick, confl-
dentlal. 26 Montgomery St.. room 7.
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry, at
lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store, 8t8
Market st ; tel. Main 1644. ¦ Branch 19 Third.
MONEY loaned salaried people, retail mer-
chants, teamsters, boardins-houses, without
security; easy payments: largest business In
46 principal cities. Tolman. 553 Parrott bldy.
ON real estate,lst or 2nd mortgages and on fur-
niture or pianos; no removal; any amount;
lowest rates. BECKER. 36 Geary st.,room 38.
MONEY to loan at low interest; gold, silver,
diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought
at W. J. HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth st
S. F. DISCOUNT AGENCY— Loans to salaried
people on their note.
THE TOUSLEY CO 143 Pheian big.
PRIVATE party; no publicity: any amount;
ho commission; low rate. BONELLI. Conserv-
atory bldg.. 301 Eddy St.; phone South 470.
ON furniture, pianos; no removal ;money quick;
lowest interest; easy- terms; no brokerage;
reliable party. 1170 Market St.. room 68.
ON furniture, pianos; lowest rates; no removal:
strictly private. E. W..LICK. 110 McAllister.
THE Star Loan Co. of Wyominc loans money
to salaried employes ;easy paym'ts. 719 Mrkt.'
ALL loans on diamonds and Jewelry 2 per cent
mo. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank, 53-3 Kearny.
ONE per cent on furniture; $5 a month on each
$1000; any security. 302 Montgomery, rm. 1.
3% ON furniture & pianos, $15 up: no removal:
phone Black 1709; room 81. tt Eddy, floor 4.
CASH loaned salaried people on notes without
lndorser. MORRELL, 009 Examiner bldg.
MUSICAL ISSTKUMEVrS -
ALL makes, new or slightly used, to try, buy
or rent; $2 50 month . Heine Piano Co-
Heine Hall, 235-237 Geary st.: each tha
best in the world: Gabrer Krand. Heine up-
right and Chickerins & Sons' Playano, piano
player; bargains in all makes from $25 up.
A SECOND-HAND piano free to every one who
helps us sell two new pianos. HEIN'a
PIANO CO.. 237 Geary st.
A Stelnway S. Q. grand; $285 on time, cash of-
fer acceptable. Heine Hall. 235-237 Geary st
A SMALL Fischer upright left on sale; $89; no
reasonable cash offer refused. 237 Geary at.
ON sale — Stein way upright: bargain; no reas-
onable offer refused. 2U7 Geary st > '/-,-'¦'
A GOOD SECOND-HAND PIANO CHEAP.
1 Chickering, Rosewood ca?e.... $250
1 Gilman ¦& Co.. walnut case 130
1 Knabe. rosewood case 350
1 Smith & Barnes, walnut case 229
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO..
i Stelnway Pianos — Angelus Piano Players.
Kearny and Sutter sts.. S. F.
Thirteenth and Broadway. Oakland, CaL
Agencies in all important coast cities.
WISSNER. Baumeister, Schubert and Stodard
pianos are the best for you to invest money
in, because they are all worth more than w»
ask for them. We sell on easy payments i£
you "desire and every piano is warranted for
5 years. Used pianos as low as $35. TUB
ZENO MAUVA1S MUSIC CO., 709 Market
ANY piano sold by us taken back any tlma
within two years and full purchase price al-
lowed on a new peerless Knabe at regular
price; costs you only 20c a day to buy a piano
from us. KOHLER & CHASE, 30 O'FarreU
St.: established 1850. .
A FEW SPECIALS— UPRIGHTS —
1 Marpon. mahogany case ....$190
1 Chickering, mahogany case 385
1 Decker Grand 155
BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 16-20 O'FarreU st;
no branches in San Francisco.
YOUR piano can be made new for one-quarter
the cost of buying; send for booklet Pierce' s
Piano Factory. Market 14th and Church sts.
SACRIFICE — Elegant; three pedal upright;
cash or installments. SCHiHTZ & CO., IS
McAllister st. ¦,-'•.¦¦.?;<<¦¦
PARTY leaving State, forced to sell elegant
modern, standard, upright piano. 46S Eddy.
BEST renting pianos in city for $3 per month.
SCOTT CURTAZ PIANO CO., 560 Hayes at.
WANTED — 4 square pianos suitable for coun-
try schools. BYRON MAUZY. 308 Post st
$35 FOR a good Antisell square piano. Ad-
dress box 2531. Call office.
A GOOD Stelnway upright, $185; mak« cask
offer. 237 Geary st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
SOHMER, Byrcn Matizy pianos. Cecilian piano
player. BYRON MAUZY. 308-312 Post st
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.. 931 Market St.—
Steck. Everett. Ludwig and other good pianos.
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS.
TO order; also cleaned and sterilized; uphol-
stery; honest work guaranteed. HOPKQ
BROS.. 411-413 Powell st Phone Bush 421.
METAL beds, bedding, lace curtains, window;
¦ shades. HOTTER. 712 Mission, tel. Main 738. .
OFFICES AST) ' STORES TO LET.
LARGE. well-flni3hed and light loft to let.
STANDARD SOAP CO.. 113 Sacramento »t.
STORE with large basement. Merchant to Clay
sts.. below Kearny. Apply 636 Clay, room 1.
LARGE store with rooms back; fit for any
. business. 410 Ninth st. •
¦ : PALMISTRY.
A free test: 20 yrs.' experience in N. Y.; let m»
read your hand; satisfaction or no pay. MRS.
BELMONT.C11 Turk;l to 8 p.m.Tel.Hyda 158.
j MRS. MORTON, palmist, 502 Taylor, cor.
Geary; 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. : evngs. by appoint.
MME. G. L. NEERGAARD has removed to
- "CO Post st: office hours 1 to 4: tel. Polk 837.
PATENTS AND. PENSIONS.
I OBTAIN patents and assist In financing mXr«
ltorious inventions. FRANK P. MEDINA.
Patent Specialist. 324 Emma Spreckels bids.
GEO. D. CAMPBELL,' lawyer, r. 416 Examiner
i bldg. Pensions and general legal work. . :
The Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair Im-
proves Its growth, stops falling, cures dandruff
and itching scalp: no stain or stickiness;
cleanses scalp; at druggists, hairdressers; ac-
cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co., 3S6 Geary.
ELECTRIC light- in every room— Winchester
Hotel. 44 Third st. near Market: 700 rooms
25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per week :
free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
NOT how cheap, but how good is the motto
of the manufacturers of the Rapid Rotary
Standard, the sewing machine of to-day. J.
W.- EVANS, agent. 1021 Market st ~
IF MRS. CLARA FISCHER, nee HUSLEH.
will send her* address to ALOIS HUSLER.
Petaluma, Cal., she will learn something: to
A DRUMMER'S samples of 1500 sitt ami
woolen waists; I will retail below manufac-
turer's cost this Saturday. Monday and Tues-
day. 723 Market st, room 20.
A— Dr. G. S. Moore's scientific hair restorer
- cures all scalp diseases: try a bottle: send for
circular: tel. Black 940. 332 O'Farrell st
ARTISTIC hairdressir.gr, any style. 25c; manl-
¦ curing, ?23; shampooing, 50c .up; 1 switches
I and wigs. G. LEDERER, lZi Stockton at ¦
DRUNKENNESS, morphine and all drug dis- t',
- eases positively cured by the Willow Bart %
' Co.; 1S39 Po'.k st. S. F.;. consultation frea..
AT.J*ss than cost, uncalled for suits. overcoat3
and trousers, at CHARLES LYONS' London
¦ tailor. 721 .Market st.
WHITE enamel Iron Reds, single. three-quar*e»
or double. $2 25. EASTERN OUTFITTIVO
CO.. 1310-1312 Stockton st. . near Broadway '
A-^$3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats. $1 7H PooT
ular Price Hatters. SCO Kearny tL. m.' Pta^.
HELP .WANTED— -MALE— -Com^^
WANTED— Recruits for the Marine Corps, U.
S. navy; able-bodied men of good character,
between the ages of 21 and 85; not less than
6 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 EUls st. San Francisco, Cal.; Masonic
- Hall, 530 K st, Sacramento, Cal. ; and U. S.
Custom-house, 222 & North Main st, Los
Ar.geles, Cal..,. .¦¦.-''' *¦
BARBERS— For sale; $300; barber shop com-
plete with new up-to-date furnishings; good
trade, good location : sacrifice made on ao-
count of Blckness. 3197 Sixteenth st.
TRAVELING men; salary $S0 month; all ex-
penses; company 20 years old: incorporated;
$25 cash security required. MONARCH CO., :
015 Call bldg., San Francisco. . -. '
MEN— Our free catalogue explains how we
; teach the barber trade in the shortest pos-
sible time; barbers are In great demand.
MOLER SYSTEM COLLEGE. 635 Clay st.
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House, 217 Third st. ¦ 150 largo
rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per week.
WANTED — Experienced porter. Apply S. N.
WOOD & CO.. 718 Market st. 8 o f clock.
BARBER shop for sale; 3 chairs. Apply at
107% Fifth st.
WANTED at once, tinsmiths. Apply Rlsdon
Iron -Works, Potrero.
MEN to learn barber trade; $15 required.
Western Barber College. 647 Commercial at
WANTED — Boy 16 to 18 for wholesale house-
state age and experience. Box 2507, Call.
FEEDER for cylinder bag press: apply at
once. AME3 & HARRIS. 100 Sacramento »t.
WANTED — Young men to learn barber trad«.
S. F. Barber Colleg«, 741 A Howard «t
600 PAIRS new "and second-hand array shoes;
sizes 5 to 12. McDONALD & PERRY. 261 3d.
SAILORS and ordinary seamerrtor Europe and
Australia. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st.
PENSION atty., E. A. Bullls, room 40. Phelan
big. Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post Q. A.R.
GET your shoes half soled while waiting; 25a
to 50c. 563 Mission st; bet. 1st and 2d sts.
ALB sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 5C3 Mission st, bet. 1st and 2d sts.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket — 200 rooms, 25c night; reading-rooms;
free bus and baggaga to and from ferry.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096
' Valencia st
- _ HOUSES TO LET..
A — PRINTED list of houses to let;send for cir-
cular. G. H .UMBSEN & CO..14 Montgomery.
MOUSES^j^^J^^ 0 n _^
A LOT of horses for ' sale at Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Sixth st; also buggies, wagons,
harness, etc.; auction- sales every Wednesday
at 11 a. m. JOHN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer.
SAN ! FRANCISCO Veterinary College— Night
class now in session. M. I* PANCOAST.
secretary. 510 Golden <3at« ave. '
READ "The California Horseman." of interest
to horsemen. Dalzlel, editor, 605 O. O. ave.
2D-HAND buggy and -hack: fine buggy. laun-
¦ dry wagon, nearly new, cheap. 828 Harrison.
Largest assortmt 2- hand wagons, buckb'd. sur-
rey, harness, work, driving horses.lSth-Valencla
AN Al express wagon, single; also light camp-
ing wagon for sale cheap. 532 Mission st
LOST — The party who picked up the- lady's
purse Friday . afternoon, December 12, on
Hay wards car No. 169 is known, and if re-
turned with contents to 1317 16th ave.. Oak-
land, no questions will be asked. .
LOST — At or near Alcazar Theater, lady's gold
watch, monogram M. O. K. ; diamond in
. back. • Return to Hotel McAllister, corner
: Van Ness and McAllister, and receive reward
STRAYED — At noon, Sunday. Dec. 14. . from
121 Lyon st., a very large, dark tiger
' Angora (long hair); a great pet; answers to
name- of "Doc"; $20 reward; tel. Page. 4021.
DOG; Scotch collie: answers name Dick; lib-
eral reward; no questions asked. 841 Mission
at. or 9y Haight. .
WHITE setter with yellow marking. Return
to H. M. PLATT. 481 14th st.. Oakland; re-
ward. ¦ ' . ¦ • .
WHITE bulldog; short tail, fresh-cut ears;
half face brlndle. 3869 Jackson; reward.
LOST — Lemon and white . pointer; name Beau-
mont. Return to 855 Capp st; reward.
BLACK pup (cocker-water spaniel breed). R«-
: turn 294 O*FarreU St.; liberal reward.
IT will pay to "Remember" that the California
Watch Case Co., 220 Sutter St.. needs old gold
and silver to make new watch cases.
i MEDICAL. \ "
MRS. DR. WYETH, specialist for all female,
complaints; instant . relief 30
years' experience; refined home before and
during confinement. .728 Post st, nr. Jones.
MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe-
male troubles; instant relief guaranteed;
consult free. 1008'^ Market at., opp. Fifth.
DR. <J. W. O'DONNELL— All who are sick or
in trouble consult this specialist on f emits
complaints; positively corrected: the unfor-
tunate helped; the most difficult cases treat-
ed; advice free. Office, 1018 Market st.
MRS. D. ALLEN, 1118 Market— Reliable ladies'
specialist; a private home before and during
confinement; best medical care; low fees.
ADVICE free— Drs. Goodwin, ladles' special-
ists; Instant relief; maternity home; low fees;
babies adopted free. 906 Market Bt. r. 27-28.
A— MRS. DR. GWYER. City Hall ave.. . over
Good Fellows' Grotto and 1504 Market at
DR. AND MRS. DA VIES and HINDOHERB
original method of treatment. 1126 Market
MRS. DR. WEGENER, private home for pa-
tients; babies adopted. 60S Eddy st. ,
DR. NG TOY KEE, 210 Stockton st. opposite
Union Square: all diseases cured bv herbs.
LADIES — I am overstocked in fine millinery;
prices cut in' two; hats $20-$15-$12-$10-$8-f6-
$5-$3 50; latest styles: best materials: I fit
the face. MME. DOSCH. 207 Post st
MISCELLANEOUS— FOR SALE.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. McIN-
TOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? .'
Repair it . with Elaterite: in rolls easy to Uy;
needs no painting or coating; good over old
1 iron, tin or shingles; best for new roofs.
- ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market St.
FOR SALE — Candy store, fixtures, counters,
shelving, new linoleum, fountain factory
tools, etc. ; retiring from business ; all- first-
class. Addre3 box 2521. Call office.
STANDARD , piano and flrst-clasa Domestic
sewing .machine which were bought, with
furnished house* for sale at any old price.
- Box 3885. Call office. Oakland.
A ; — BUYS,, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys,
etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear st
HARTZ Mountain Roller canaries; hear one be-
fore buying elsewhere at LOHM ANN'S. 3168
Sixteenth st. _j
FOR sale — Longworth, Mallnda and Princess
strawberry plants. Address C. H. SWALL,
. Mountain View, CaL . ¦ ¦¦ - ¦
THREE second-hand barber chairs In good con-
dition; cheap. Address 627 East Twelfth st,
Oakland. ¦<, '
25 H P. MARINE gasoline engine; direct con-
, nected; all complete. H. S. WHITE. 130-132
Beale st. .
FINE inlaid parlor table cheap. 1526 Golden
Gate ave. . . .. ;
TWO well-bred greyhounds cheap*, also fox
v terrier pups. 3010 Castro st, nr. Glen Park.
A FINE suit, $7; stylish pants, $1 75. Misfit
Clothing Parlors, 238 Kearny st. nr. Bush.
UNREDEEMED sealskin* as good >as new.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE.. 103 Grant ave.
BOILERS and engines; 100 for sale, or will
buy. KROGH.MFG. CO.. 819 Market st
ENGINES, boilers, lathes, planera, second-
hand machinery. 'J. BURKE, 139 Beale st
SAFES— New and second-hand. THE HEK-
- MANN, SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento st
SECOND-HAND lumber, sashes, blinds doors
and bricks for sale. Valencia st, cor. 13th.
SAFES— Cary Safe Co. E.B. BECK & CO
agents. 103 Front st. -^ "
ASK for prices on second-hand typewriters (all
makes). ALEXANDER A CO.."ll0 Montg'y.
GASOLINE engines, all sizes,new and 2d-hand
and launches. J. F. DQAK, 46 Fremont si!
Edison phonographs, - records, supplies, moving
picture machines, films. Baclgalupl. 933 Mkt |
MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-han.l moving pic-
tures. BLLLARP & BRECK. 131 Post st.
LADIES' sealskins, gents' dress suits bought
Portland : Loan Office. 25 Stockton st; postal.
TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and
theatrical goods. 154 9th st;'tel. Jessie 2S51.
OLD gold, silver.' diamonds and precious ston*a
•bought J. R. JENKEL, 817 Market at .,
CMIUVOV.A XTS— Continued.' < j
ISMAR, , the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and
palmist, permanently located at 1104 r Market
Et, ccr. Turk; ptlvate readings daily, '10 a.m.
to 5 p.m.; readings by mail as satisfactory as
in person; 3 questions answered $1; full life.'
So; send lock of hair, date and year of birth;
don't' send currency. Send postotflce, Well-
FarBO money order or registered letter.,
ATTENTION! ATTENTION! ¦
MRS. DR. EDWARDS OF CHICAGO. '
The renowned Eplrlt medium and scientific
palmist, can be consulted on all affairs of life;
satisfaction or no charsc. 330 Eddy st. ' ;
PROF. HOWLAND, the greatest of them nil;
tells everything; 824 Mission st; pay what
you please: first time here: hours 10 to. 12, 2
',to 5, 6 to 8, dally and Sunday..
MRS. HOWELL, clairvoyant and psychratlsm,
sees all through life perfectly and reveals
and prophesies future. 10.32 Market St., r..4.
MISS M. "WILLE. 330 Ellis st. clairvoyant,
crystal 6eer, reads your Jife correctly without
questions; names given; 50c,$l; telSutter 1806
MME. RAVENNA will give full life reading
for COc one week. 5 Fourth st.
MME. W ALTERS, great card reader; la. 25c,
gents 50c. 951 Mission St., nr. Cth; open Sun..
Clairvoyant, card reader, from Louisiana; only
10c; hours, 1 to S. 202 Minna st; ' near, 4th.
MRS. BIIOWN. clairvoyant card reader; Iadie3
. « 20c; gents DCc; readings daily. 132 Sixth st
MRS. SHAFFER, clairvoyant card reader; sit-
tings dally. 44S& Jrssie st., bet 8th and Cth.
MRS. BAUMANN. the well-known clairvoyant,
has moved to 317 Ellis st. ; readings daily/
CARPET BEATING AKD CLEAaiKQ;
WHEN you become disgusted with poor worn
eer.d for SPAULD ING'S pioneer Carpet-beat-
ing Works, 353-357 Tehama st ; t«l. South 40.
AMERICAN Carpet-beating Works ;cleaning,re-
; lald.renovated. IS07 Harrison ;tei. Church 2656.
TRY HOPKE BROS.' excellent carpet clean-
ing. Phcne Bush 421. 411-413 Powell st. '
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter it;
tel. Main 394. GF.O. WALCOM &. CO., Prop.
P.UDOLPH & CO., carpet-beating works; prices
reasonable. 1703 Harrison St.; tel. Mission 263.
CONKLIN'S Superior Carpet-beating Works, j
333 Golden Gate ave.; telephone East 126. .
j. E. MITCHELL Carpet-cleaning and Reno-
vating Co.. 240 14th st;tel. Mission 74.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. PACIFIC » COLLECTION
CO.. 415 Montgomery, rooms 9-10: tei. 5530.
ADVICE , free — Columbian Law and Collection .
Agency, r. 85. 916 Market st. : phone Red 309.
COTTAGES TO LET. ~~.
3 ROOMS, bath, vrash trays and garden; own-
er would like morning and evening meal and
his room cared for; will pay liberal differ-
ence If good cook. Box 2530, Call.
COTTAGE, 6 rooms, bath, yard, basement; $25.
1253 Ellis fit, near Octavia. -.
JONES, 2052— Cottage. 4 rooms and bath; hot
and cold water; rent $15 per month."
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.
PARIS Dental Parlors, 235 Kearny, cor. Bush-
Set teeth $1 00 up: crowns $2 up; fillings 25c.
| SET of teeth without plate. DR. 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.
DKKSSMAKBKS AND SEAMSTREjSSES
McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School
V-Evening class: patterns cut. 1019 Market.
STYLISH suits, $4; tailor made, $6; capes and
cloaks reason.; fit, work guaran. 328 Eddy.
TEACHERS and others interested In dancing
go to Findlay's and learn the latest, "The
Crisis" ; will be a winner this winter. Prof.
Findlay is a member of A. N. A.' M. 'of
D.. and the only dancing master here that can
.teach the latest ballroom and stage dances.
Seventeenth St.. above Valencia.
HEALD'S SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING — Theory, demonstration, construc-
tion, laboratory and shop work; thoroughly
practical; day, night. 24 Post; catalogue tree.
A — THE Lyceum, an accredited preparatory
school for the university, law and medical
colleges; ref., Pres. Jordan or any Stanford
professor; day, eve. sessions. Phelan bldg.
HEALD'S SCHOOL OF MINES, 24 Post St.,
S. F. — Thorough courses ;complete equipm-nt;
all subjects pertaining to ir.lnlng 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. 13S2 Mkt
CALIFORNIA Business College, 305 Larkin st
"A jthorough school" ; positions secured for
graduates; modern methods; . individual in-
struction. Write for illustrated catalogue.
ADDED 2 lew rooms; new students still rush
In ; they know : "our graduates get the posl-
tlons. S. F. Business College, 123C Market.
ADDRESS Ayers' Business College, 723 Market
st, for their new catalogue; it is free and the- '
nicest in the State. Life scholarship, $50.
ENGINEERING — Civil.elec, mining,mech., sur-
vey, assay, cyanide: day, eve.; est. 1864. Van
der Naillen School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
ACTING, elocution, specialties; Hallet School;
associated with theatrical agency securing
positions. Alcazar building, 120 O'Farrell st.
TARR'S Accounting Institute; perfecting be-
glnners; college graduates rpeclalty ; book-
keeping; figures. 855 Market st. \ '
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc.; day or eve.; $5 a mo.1024 Mission, nr. 6th.
COOPER-GERSON School of Acting. 414 Ma-
son St.; day and evening classes.
KENT Law School. 68-69 St. Ann's bldg. (No.
C Eddy st.); send for new catalogue. ,•
LADY will assist strangers in selecting piano
and string instruments. Box 2562, CalL . .
PROF. MERKI. 1008 Mission, nr. 6th — Pr'vate
lessons, violin, mandolin,gultar;club practice.
SCHOOL OF ILLUSTRATION Day and
PARTINGTON'S, 424 Pine st Night class.
SHORTHAND taught by mail or personally.-
MISS M. G. BARRETT. 302 Montgomery st.
Chicago Business College. 1435 Market, nr. 10th?
Pittman shorthand, typing.b<Sokkeepg; $8 mo.
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post St., S. F. ;
founded 1S63; new SO-page catalogue free.
EUIOnODOCIDE. \ r
Attention Ladies, by this treatment more than
1000 cases of Piles have been . permanently
cured in this city without surgery or delay.
Names sent. Lady physician for women only.
Call or address Emcrodocide Co., ladies' de-
partment 494-5-0 Parrott bldg..' S. F.
ORPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese, Chl-
ncsc help. 426 Powell.nr.Sutterjtel.Biack 5072.
Grand Japanese-Chinese Emp. Office, 415 Stock-
ton; tel. Grand IPS; expert, reliable help.
CHINESE and Japanese help; estab. 20 years.
. Tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY & CO., 040 Clay.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese 'Employment Of-
fice; all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main 518S.
i i — •
JAPANESE Intelligence Office— Furnish most
reliable help. 524 Bush St.; tel. Bush 516.
EMPLOVHSST WANTED t'ESlALE.
A FIRST-CLASS Swedish cook~wants^a~slt-
uatlon; wages not under $40; tel. Main. 5472
MISS PLUNlCETT. 425 Sutter st.,- near
Powell. '..-... I
A SWEDISH girl; first-class cook; best - ref -
crences. Ap^ly to MRS. NORTON, 313 Sutter.
STRONG, willing woman wishes workly day;
washing or house-cleaning or would mind i
children evenings. Apply 31 Fulton st.
A RELIABLE woman wishes work by the day.
23 Ash ave.
AN experienced dressmaker and designer
wishes work by the day in families. K..
box 25S0, Call office.
A POSITION wanted by a cook in a private
family.. 2CG6 Twenty-second St.- ¦ \
COMPETENT lady ; bookkeeper and cashier
wishes position; best references. 707. Webster.
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third st. near Mar-
ket — 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50-
to $6' week; convenient and respectable; free
'bus and . baggage . to and from ferry. ,'.-•¦
WANT ads and subscriptions taken for The
Call at Eaton's Bazaar, U33 McAllister st. .
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has-been established at 1090
• Valencia st. ! - ¦ .
!'. EMPLOYMENT WANTED— MALE.
STEADY younc man. 27, • wants position as
stationary engineer or fireman; understands
all kinds of pumps; fairly good mechanic;
: .reasonable wages; employed, four years with
i . large oil company In Southern California."
E. C. WALSH, General P. P.. city.^ ". "--.-_,
! YOUNG German [ with experience and best "V
i " references desires ¦ position . In . zrocery storA
; . C. P., 201 Montsom.ry. ave. _..--. - |
PCSIXHSS CH A XCK?— ContlnntB.
A— JOSEPH STRAUB. S50 Market st.
Legitimate Business Agent.
• '.—ATTENTION— ! !
. Have you a business for sale?
..List with us. We charge no commission..
Do you want to buy a business?
Buy from us and save commission....
No contracts to be signed by ~ sellers
No contracts to be signed by buyera
Good paying saloon vicinity of Kearny • st.
Nice little restaurant near Kearny st. . . . .
A DANDY grocery and vegetable store, with
4 nice living rooms; fine fixtures: good clean
Etock; horse and new wagon; also has va-
cant, bar attached; no trouble to secure
license; rent for all only $35;. price $900: this
is indeed / a. bargain;- investigate Monday.
HOWE, TRIBOU & CO., 33 Geary Ft.
?500 — GROCERY & bar; doing No. 1 business.
$1COO — Grocery and bar; one of best in city.
$1000 — Saloon, near the Hall of Justice; do-
ing a No. 1 business; everything fine; elegant
fixtures. See JENSEN & CO., D5 Third st.
A — $60O; BRANCH bakery and notion store;
elaborate fixtures and show cases; fine loca-
tion: sickness. Looney & Murray, 14 Third.'
$250 — PARTNER wanted In light outdoor busi-
ness; $18 to $25 a week; no experience re-
quired; trial given. 25 Geary st., room 1.
RUBBER STAMP FACTORY— Well stocked;
in good running order; excellent paying
trade; plant and good will complete; well
worth $1000; will be sold for $300. Inquire
of M. W. HANKS. 34 Merchants' Exchange.
San Francisco. Cal. -
$2000 — A GOOD paying business; centrally lo-
cated; low rent; Income $300 to $400 month:
thorough Invastigation solicited. . WALTER
E LOGAN & CO.. 111S Broadway. Oakland.
A RESPONSIBLE party can buy one-half in-
tereet in. a good paying office business for
J'JOO; can investigate fully. Address' box
2443. .Call office. . .- . -
BUSINESS college for sale cheap; well ;
equipped: fine location; thriving institution;
good investment; cause of sale, other busi-
ness. ' Address box 2505. Call office. '
FRUIT and produce store in fjood locality; also
new line canned good3 cheap for cash. Ad-
dress SIS Eleventh et.. Oakland.
WANTED — Young man with $125; light, gen- '
teel work; $75 mo. year round; short hours;
no Sunday work. Inquire 100% Third St., r. 2.
A GOOD country merchant tailoring establish-
ment for sale. Apply REIS3 BROS. & CO.,
24 Sutter st.
WANTED — Party with $300 to $500 to invest
in an excellent mining proposition. - Box
2560, Call. . - ¦
HOUSE, lot and ' carriage material store for
sale account sickness: house rents $240. M.
KITZMULLER, S43 Howard at.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
A^X. A. McMILLEN & CO.. 906 MARKETln\
PHONE JOHN 531. ROOMS 7 AND 8.
Clear Titles Guaranteed on All Sales.
Any place sold on monthly payments.
30 r.; rent $150; leased; money-maker. .$2000
17 r. ; rent $55; 2 entrances; money-maker 900
75 r.; rent $250; clears over $300; lease. 7500
Sr. ; rent $25; newly furnished; only... 275
Clears $100; new carpets: bargain. .
21 r.; rent $30; newly papered; painted. 850
A — SPECIAL; mortgaged; must sell; 19 rooms,
sunny corner; 1 floor; all oak furniture; fine ;
carpets; y» block from Market; good for $100
clear. Exclusively with J. A. McMILLEN :
& CO. » .. - ¦¦
A — 50 ROOMS; north of Market: occupied by
present owner 10 years; thoroughly respect-
able; clears $185 over all expenses; all per-
manent roomers; one of the best propositions
on the market; will bear a thorough inspec-
tion; reduced to $2000.
J. A. McMILLEN & CO.. 906 Market st
HEADQUARTERS for good lodging-houses and
hotels. G. W. SCHWEINHARD. 917 Mar-
ket St.. bet 5th and 6th, r. 1-2. . .- - .
FAKE advertising ts not allowed In my office.
I only advertise bargains which are offered j
for bona fide reasons. Read following: !
56 r.; rent $300; cor. house; desirable. .$6000
42 rooms; rent $100; fine corner; choice. $3000
24 rooms; rent $75; down town SI COO
23 rooms; rent $60; good corner house. .$1400 j
II rooms; modern flat; elegant f urn. '.. .$1200
18 rooms; rent $60; good • transient $1250
27 rooms and large storeroom (storeroom had
been used for saloon), house clean; neatly
furnished; rooms large ancfc well rented; j
lease 2 years at $S5 a month; other business
compels sacrifice at ;$1250
G. W. SCHWEINHARD,
917 Market st. bet" 5th and 6th sts.
Phone Mint 1911.' - .
A,. CAMERON & CO.. formerly of 850 Market
St.. have purchased and become the succes-
sors In the business and good will of late C.
D. Davis^ 3 Eddy st, cor. Market, Powell
end Eddy, where patrons of both firms will
be courteously received and the high stand-
ard of square and honest dealing will be
maintained. Bargains in rooming houses, ho-
. tels aud business chances. Tel. South 1050.
12 ROOMS; rent $45; good location ...$760
- 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
80 rooms; corner; north of Market 3500
Money loaned at 1 per cent
Hotels, roadhouses. flats, 5 to 100 rooms.
EITEL & CARROLL, 212 Kearny st
A CHANCE to make $2000; see this 61-room
lodging-house; extra nice carpets and heavy
massive furniture; beautiful bay windows; in
splendid location; only 3 dark rooms in en-
tire house; we can sell you this house guar-
anteed to clear $250 per month, net, for
$4500; come early. HOWE, TRIBOU & CO.,
36 Geary 6t. J ¦ . - .-, .- -.
A— KREDO & CO.. ; ~~
759 Market St.. bet. Third and Fc.uith.
46 rooms; best corner in city $4(500
118 rooms; downtown; transient.. 3500
18 rooms; don't miss this; 500
33 rooms; housekeeping only 1200
Call and see our big list
KREDO & CO.. 759 Market at.
DON'T READ THIS - ~~ ~
Unless you want to buy or sell;' if bo, see
HOWE, TRIBOU & CO., 36 Geary st.
A— LODGING-HOUSE of 32 rooms In Oakland;
clean and well furnished; pays $40 per week;
; rent only $37 50; rooms all full; this is a
snap for $1200. See HOWE, TRIBOU & CO..
36 Geary st. . - • •
: MARION GRIFFIN. :
719 Market, nr. Call bldg.: tel; Brown 4-5-5!
Big free list at office; open 8 a. m. to Op. m.
MITCHELL & CO.. 32O6 Market »t
' Phone Jessie 29S1. " .
We have the best bargains tn •' rooming-
houses In all parts of the city. Call and get
our list before you buy. We will loan you
money at low Interest.
NOTICE — We. have hundreds of houses for sale;
will loan you mc.ney at 1% per ct; monthly
payments. M. E. RIVES & CO., 1023 Market.
MR8. DR. CLARK.
The well-known medium and clairvoyant,
may be consulted on all affairs; every hidden
mystery revealed; she will show j)ftu how to
overcome your enemies and unite the separ-
ated; tell your entire llfe^ — past present and
future: satisfaction by mail; send stamp for
circular with special terms. 343 Geary st
¦ MRS. DR. CLARK.
RETURNED— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, clair-
voyant business medium and life reader. 416
Turk, bet Hyde and Larkin. Hotel Regina.
WYLLII3. photo-medium, wonder of the age;
come, skeptics; be convinced. 500 Eddy st.
EARLE, removed to 1052 Ellis Et. ; hours 9:30
to 4; seance Sun.. Thurs.; tel East 1035.
PROF. PAUL DESTINE.
The Occult Wonder,
. Gives Proof of His Great Powera.
Mystifies His Callers.
They enter his parlors with skepticism and
prejudice; they depart filled with admiration
a*, the words of truth and wisdom which fall
from his lips. HE WILL TELL YOUR NAME
occupation, what you called for
FREE. FREE. FREE
¦ If Not Corrrect
His power* are wonderful and Indisputable.
He improves your character so that you will
reach the highest possible davelopmeht of men-
tal vigor, health, happiness and capacity to
cam wealth. Ho restores lost affections, re-
unites the separated, causes speedy and happy
n:armase. Long-standing and chronic disease
that has baffled the physician's skill cured
¦without medicine. Locates . buried treasure
n.akes you successful In your buKiness. No
matter what your trouble, call and he will help
you or charge nothing for. his services; medi-
Low Fee— $1, $L .$1, $1— This Week.
323 O'Farrell street — 326.
MilE. M. BERNARD. " '¦ ~ "
Clairvoyant and business medium, permanently
located at 17 Third st, next Examiner bids.;
sr.e reatis your life correctly, Rives an accurate
description of the past, reveals the present nap-
penings and uortrays events to occur in the fu-
ture; If you are in trouble, discontented or not '
FatlsSed in life, or have domestic, love or busi-
ness troubles, consult this great medium and
you. will be tola how to overcome them; valua-
ble advice In all afTairs of life; 25c. up; satis-
faction guaranteed. ' Tel. Black 45W). . ¦.
ATTENTION— $500 if I fail to reveal your
- name and most important matters on your
mind without asking a single question; com-
plete life readings this week through palmis-
try, astrology, , clairvoyance and crystal gaz- ,
..lag. ir. one ssance •. and for tha same fee.
NORMADO SORTIKLLY. Kins: of Life Read- ,
I ers. C3J) Bueb. st. near Powell. I
. employment; wasted— malb;|.
A SECOND butler with the best of references
wants a situation; tel. Main 6472. ,,. MISS
PLUNKETT. 425 Sutter St., near Powell. /.,.
WANTED — To I work for 'a private family "as
coachman or gardener; can -milk and do all
kinds of work; willing and obliging; olty or
country. "Box-252G, Call office. • ..:--r~- r ".
JAPANESE boy, gentle and honest, wishes po-
sition as a sshool boy. K. KA WAT A, 121
.Haight st. - :,¦¦¦.•; ;... ; ' ¦•.:•::.':•¦:-
A TRAINED gospel singer, with t«n years' i ejt-
? perience and good references, would -like 'an
engagement with some orthodox evangelist.
. Address "Gospel Singer," San . Francisco,
V' Cal. ..- ':¦:¦: _:..[¦¦ . ; . . • ¦-'.'¦¦¦ ¦-,; i -¦<¦ •
A CHEF, highly recommended by English and
: American nobility, who speaks fluently four
.'.languages, wants situation In a first-class
family; willing to go in the country or in
foreign countries. Address C. M., 24 Mont-
• gomery ave. . , ,
MAN and wife, Americans, good cooks, would
like to take charge of mine or mill boarding-
house or to run a good country hotel; good
reference and furnish bonds. Box 2546, Call.
RELIABLE middle-aged man, honorably dis-
charged ' from the U. S. army, harnessmaker
by trade, wishes position. Address box 2567,
Call office. ¦ V . V
REFINER, distiller and rectifier of wines and
_ liquors desires employment; city or country;
salary reasonable; -only those who mean
; business ' need reply. Box 2570, Call: . / ••
ENGINEER desires position; stationary, loco-
' motive or hoisting steam engine; can in-'
~ stall and: repair machinery; good references.
Box 2402, Call.
MAN wants place to do chores for good. home;
small wages; understands horses and gar-
dening and can milk cows. WM. JONG-
. -HAUS, 524 Sixteenth st, Oakland. : ,
WANTED— A position of any kind by a willing
young man; can furnish .flrst-class refer-
ences. Box 2574, Call. ' .
TRANS1TMAN wants position; 12 years' ex-
. perience; had charge of work; references
will satisfy. Address. box 2561, Call office.
MAN, age 68, don't drink or smoke, desires
. position as night watchman for business
firm. Box 2565, . Call - of flee. - . •-
| WANTED— Position as porter; 2 years in last
situation. Box 2563, . Call. : ;
BOOKKEEPER, young, man, wishes- position;
age 2G; best reference. Box 2555, Call office.
MAN and wife wish a situation to do any kind
¦ of work; city or country. Eox 25ft, Call.'
CHINESE; experienced cook, meat and pastry,
¦ wishes position; hotel, boarding-house or.pri-
¦ vate family; give good references and satls-
. faction. Box 2455, Call office. ¦ . y . .
CLASSIFfRD advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore st
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
| subscriptions has been established at 1098
Valencia st. - " ¦' ¦ •-.'¦¦"
~~' FINANCIAL. . . ¦ . ,(
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.
A FLAT of 7 rooms to let; rent $14. 251
Shipley st. . " . ¦ ¦ -: ' —
NEW upper flat; cor. ; modern; 7 rooms, bath:
Fifteenth and Church, block j from Market.
SUNNY upper corner flat, 7 rooms and bath.
1C26 Howard, st, bet. 12th and 13th. .
TURK, 520B — Sunny flat, 4 rooms; large base-
ment; no children. ..-,¦ ¦¦ ''¦¦¦: . ¦".
FLATS TO LET— FURNISHED.
COR. flat for sale;- 6 rooms and bath;" two
rooms rented; bring in $21; rent $35. Call
093 Post st. ' K "
SMALL furnished flat; rent $25; no children.
1717 Webster St.. off Sutter. - . ...,:
FURNITURE FOR^ S ALE. '_ ¦_'' _ . '¦
ELEGANT r parlor set, 1 oak sideboard, natural
cherry bedroom set. •Pacific Storage Waw-
house, 2320 Fillmore St.. between 3 and 5., :
1 FURNITURE WANTED. . §£
A. -L. Storrs pays highest cash prices for fuml-
ture, carpets, etc.; tel. Larkin 3432.' 634 EUls.
A. WOLLPERT, 773 Mission st, pays highest
price, for second-hand furniture; tel. Red 135^.
BIG price paid for furniture for 60 days; special
S. J. WAUGH, r. 415, Examiner bldg.
HELP WANTED— FEMALE. ;'
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S.. Phone Grant 185
2 waitresses, same hotel,_clty «25
2 chambermaids, to wait, same place... t$2O
Waitresses, city..... .".. ...$30
Waitress, short distance hotel, fare paid..S25
Waitress, nice country hotel... ....S20
Chambermaid to wait, country hotel.. ....$25
Cook, ten men, -In country bakery.. $25
Young girl to learn pastry cooking, country
Pastry, cook, boarding-house, country, light
place -. $25
' Laundress, country hotel. ............... .$20
Cook, country hotel ....... v. I .........". . . $40
Cook, institution, city. .............. "..... $80
Cleaner, half day's work every day.... $3 50
House girl, some washing, country, fare paid,
$20; young house girl, country, $12; .house
girl, short distance,. $20, nice place; infant's
nurse, $25; house girl, • Hay wards, see party
here,. $25; nurse, institution, small children,
$.20; Scandinavian house girl, small Ameri-
can family, $25; German girl, small
can family, $25;' 25 places ; for house girls,
$20-25; others, city and country. ........ ..r.:
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 429 Bush st..-
A SEAMSTRESS for' an institution, $25;
a - child's nurse, $25 ; 2 . good second girls,
$20-$25; 4 good waitresses for hotels in city,
, $25 each; 10 housework girls, $25-$20; MISS
PLUNKETT. 425 Sutter St.. near Powell. ; r
A NURSE, $25; second girt $30; cook. $30;
house girl, $30; laundress, $25; "hotel cook,
$40; cook, institution, ."$35; —waitress, $25.
MRS. NORTON, 313 Sutter. . V
FOUR girls to learn hairdressing; $5 teaches
trade in 2 weeks; must fill 4 positions by Dec.
$30; $12 per week guaranteed; call early; day
/ and eve. class. Old S. F.. HAIRDRESSING
SCHOOL, 233 Geary St.. rooms 13-1B. » -.:;.
WANTED— A housekeeper (Protestant); two in
family; salary $20; no washing. Box 2580,
'- Call office. ¦ ,: . , • . : .
GIRL wanted for general housework and assist
"In cooking ; good wages ; be t. 9 and 1 11 and
2 and 4. 10US Washington st. , 1
A— SHIRTMAKERS and finishers. EAGLE-
SON & CO.. 535 Market st. > ¦ .:¦ .
GIRL for light housework; plain cooking; 3 in
family; $15. 2330 Filbert. : ;, '
WANTED— Girls about 18 to paste woolen tam-
plcs. Call 3d ; floor. C43 Market . st.V J
GIRL for general housework. 1053 Market st.
'upstairs. ;.'-- r .-',-. '. ,. / •; / ¦ S .-.- .-¦ .;
WOMAN do . light housework, . assist cooking;
sleep home. - 131 A O'Farreir 6t. . . i
WAIST finishers on 'flne x work; also improvers;
. an apprentice paid. , MONOHAN, 411 -Mason.-
SALESLADY, wanted at KOLANDER'S Musiu
and Picture Storey 1484 Market st'. opp. St&_
WANTED-:- A girl to do upstairs work at 1500
Kentucky Et. .... '. -¦ ' . ; ;
ADVANCED apprentice on gents' : coats. - • 2oi
Sutter st. . . ¦ '
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_LL^ __— * • r ~i — - -
: Our cook Is perfection: she broils lovely steaks,
' Makes most tender waffles, light bread and hot cakes.
. She cooks all the things; that you read of in books,' \
This queen of the- kitchen this finest of cooks.
.If you are In need of a. maid of this kind..- ¦• .
A little Call waat-ad. will bring. one, you'll find.