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THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8. l!)04.
MATTRESSES^ AND PILLOWS.
TO order; renovated, disinfected (formaldehyde
pioctss): excellent carpet cleaning. IIOPKE
BliOS.. 1432-34 Howard St.; phone South 210.
_^__ MEDICAL. r
IF thsre is any woman who Is suffering from
any of the ailments peculiar to her sex I can
effer her immediate relief. I have devoted
my entire life to this work. I NEVER
FAIL. "I ask fair fees, and I GUARANTEE
results in each case. If you have been dis-
appointed come to me. Perfect satisfaction
is then insured. I am the oldest graduate
specialist In the city giving attention exclu-
sively to ladies' troubles.
DR. WHITE. 702 Market St.. rooma 7 and 8
LADIES — If you are in trouble, confide In me.
Relief for Irregularities. Help for the un-
fortunate. My time Is devoted exclusively to
these conditions. I'm the only GRADUATE
physician here who can say this. Call or
write. Confidential. Est. 14 years. DR. R.
H. WF.STON. office, 305 KEARNY ST.
MRS. DR. KOHL, reliable specialist for all fe-
male fuubles and irregularities; instant re-
lief guaranteed. 1008% Market st., opp. 5th.
MRS. DR. WYETH. specialist for all female
complclnts and Irregularities; Instant relief
gusranteed; 30 years' experience.* 944 Post st.
VALPEAU'S female pills; best regulating pills
sold: price $2 50 by express. Pasteur's syr-
Ince and (ablets; price $5. By express only
on rec«lrjt of price. OSGOOD BROTHERS,
wholesale druggists. Seventh and Broadway.
MRS. DR. GOODWIN, well known ladles' spe-
cialist,, has returned from Europe; 25 years'
experience In female complaints without a
failure; no operation, no drugs; when others
fall see the doctor and be content. Materni-
ty Home, 412 Taylor St.. near Geary.
DR. G. W. O'DONNELL — All who are sick or
In trouble consult this specialist on female
complaints; positively corrected; the unfortu-
nate helped; the most difficult cases treated;
advice free. Office. 1018 Market at.
LADIES suffering from Irregularities, sick or
in trouble, consult Dr. Sylvester, 219 Kearny
St.; relief guaranteed; no drugs, no operations.
DR. and MRS. DA VIES and HINDOO HERBS;
original method of treatment. 1126 Market.
LADIES — Kumround; safe, sure, never fails;
$2. tileason-Ruggles Drug Co., Kearny & Clay.
DR. ROSEN, residence 2995 Folsom at., corner
2«th: ladles, relief or no fee; $10.
_ MINES AMD MINING.
FINE opportunity to party who will furnish
$1500; gilt-edge mining property. 4784, Call.
I MAKE a specialty of selling good mining
property. A. D. RENFRO. Crossley bldg.
MISCELLANEOUS— POB SALS.
1 40 H. P. firebox boiler; complete; new. .
1 Worthlngton compound pump, 500 gal. mln.
1 Worthlngton pump, 6x4x6.
1 Worthington oil plant: complete.
1 dishwashing machine; complete.
1 10 H. P. G. E. motor; new.
1 Lane planer, 27x12.
1 30-ln. extractor.
1 20-ln. extractor.
1 15 H. P. engine: complete. '
1 lot of laundry machinery.
WM. SPECK. 421 Market st., room 37.
2D-HAND machinery, engine, boilers, pumps,
pulleys, shafting, etc., etc., bought, sold,
rented and exchanged; see Sunday papers.
H. E. WHITE MCHY. CO., 130-132 Beale st.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery.' McIN-
TOSH & WOLPMAN, 195-197 Fremont st.
DOES YOUR. ROOF LEAK?
Repair It with elaterlte. in rolls easy to lay;
needs no painting or coating; good over old
iron, tin or shingles; • best for new roofs.
ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market st.
FOR t.ale — New and second-hand, billiard and
pool tables; easy payments; we rent tables
with privilege of buying; modern bar fix-
tures: cheap prices. BRUNSWICK-BALKE-
COLLENDER. C52 Mission st.
AN elegant assortment of diamonds. Jewelry
and sealskins for sale on small weekly pay-
ments: goods delivered on first payment.
UNITED TRUST CO.. 21 Stockton st.
A — BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting, pulleys,
etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear at.
A— THE (P. J. Co.) California virgin gold
. wedding rings' for sale by the PORTLAND
JEWELRY CO.. 25 Stockton st.-
PIANO. good, .sweet-toned upright, $60; no fair
offer refused. Address, or call during day-
time. MAJOR REID. 273 Natoma st.
REPUTABLE place to rent gents' full dress.
Tuxedo or Prince Albert suits. J. COOPER,
21 Stockton st. (formerly at Palace Hotel).
TRY our men's shoes at $1 and $1 50 pair;
foot-form shoes at $2 50; we pay express
charges. 11 3d st. Exam, bid.; catalog free.
DIAMONDS and Jewelry on small weekly or
monthly payments. DEREMER'S. 137 Mont-
gomery st., room 12, upstairs.
STOVES disconnected and connected; $2 50;
plumblng,gasfltng\409 McAlllster;tel.Mlnt 3056
FOR sale— Llewellyn setter dog 10 months old.
Address box 4538, Call office.
FOR sale — 13x19 Gordon press; in good con-
dition. 635 Merchant St.
$450 — SEALSKIN coat; will sell reasonable
STEIN, 1054 Howard st.
THOROUGHBRED dachshund pups. 5 Jurl
St., off San Jose ave., near Guerrero ot.
THOROUGHBRED Irish setter pups. 1114
GAS engines, centrifugal pumps; highest grade;
lowest prices. Price Pump Co.. 523 Market st.
Wallpaper. 3%c; paint. $1 gal.; painting, whit-
ening. Merlgan.1302 Webster;tel.Stelner 3C71.
SAFES and cash registers, new and second-
hand. I. FREEMAN. 1325 Market st.
BARGAINS In 2d-hand cash registers, includ-
ing Nationals, guaranteed; terms. 14 Turk st.
2D-HAND bldg. material; lumber, door, sash,
plumb, material. The Dolan Co., 1607 Mrkt.
FULL line of drummers' samples in grips and
trunks; for sale cheap at 25 Stockton st.
AN elegant sealskin for sale for $75. SK-
CURITY LOAN & TRUST CO.. 21 Stockton.
ELEGANT diamond ring, $50; terms $5 per
month. P. V. GARIN. 138 Montgomery st.
ROOMS papered. $4 up; tinting, painting.
Hartmann Paint Co.. 319 Third :tel.Maln 413.
DKSKS bought, sold and exchanged. T. D.
McCarthy Co.. 807 Mission St.; tel. South 811.
MOVING pictures, magic lanterns, sale, rental;
bargains. Bullard & Breck. 131 Post st
SAFES — New and second-hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO.. »307 Battery st.
GASOLINE engines, automobiles and launches;
all sizes. J. E. DOAK. 46 Fremont Bt.
AAAAAA— BUYS any amount good second hand
clothing; special price for fancy ladies' and
men's clothes. H22 Folsom; tel. Folsom 8522.
AAA AA — Highest prices for ladles', gents' cast-
off clothing. Tel Davis 825. GSO Sacramento st.
DIAMONDS and precious stones bought for
cash. KARL EBER & CO., room 405, Ad-
ams bldg., 206 Kearny st. ; phone Black 3036.
SECOND hand upright piano In good order;
no dealers; state price. Box 44S6, Call.
TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and
' theatrical goo£«. 154 Oth St.; tel. Jessie 3916.
Levy & Ridler, highest price for gents' cast-off
clothing, shoes; tel. Red 1544. 615 Washington.*
Mucsard — Small upright, fine ordff.
Fischer — Fine order, . very reasonable.
Sterling — Mahogany case; used 1 year.
Chickering — Mahogany case," perfect order.
Weber— Mahogany case. 3 pedals, like new,
from $95 up; easy payments; all guaranteed.
BENJ. CURTAZ A SON, 10 O'Farrell st.
BEAUTIFUL new upright pianos for rent, $3
per month: one year's rental allowed If pur-
chased. SCOTT-CURTAZ. 660 Hayes st.
INVESTIGATE our new rent or purchase plan;
$2 50 per month up. 237 Geary st.
ELEGANT $400 piano for $150; private party.
301 Eddy st. ¦
$90— UPRIGHT grand, nearly new; a snap.
HORNUNG, 216 McAllister st.
A PRIVATE party left Fischer upright to be
sold: $135. .237 Geary st.
fiOHMER. Byron Mauty pianos, Cecellan piano
player. BYRON MAUZY. 308-312 Post st.
NEW upright pianos sold on $3 monthly pay-
ments. SCHMITZ & CO.. 16 McAllister st
3-PEDAL Steinway up; Chickering baby grand;
Shoninger. little used. Keeffe's. 285 O'Farrell.
TYPEWBIIEBS AW) SUPPLIES.
AN exceptionally good No. 2 Remington. v lio.~i
Smith Premier, $25; other, typewriters at
higher and lower prices; rentals $2 50." The
Typewriter Exchange, KJ6 California st.
2D-HAND typewriters I sold, rented, repaired.
. Webster Typewriting Inspec." Co., 508 Market ,
' MONEY TO LOAN.
—MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANYMInc.)—
ANY AMOUNT TO LOAN
... INTEREST 5V- AND 0 PER CENT
CITY OAKLAND. TOWN AND COUNTRY
Second mortgages, life insurance policies, es-
tates In probate, undivided Interests In prop-
erty, probate realty loans., stocks and bonds,
legacies and undivided interests in property
.....MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY
Bulte 107-108 Crocker bldg.; phone Main 5024.
601-602-603 Examiner building.
Quick settlements; no disappointments!
I Save expenses by dealing directly.
Estate, second mortgages, undivided inter-
ests assignments of rents, property In trust,
etc'; legacies, life estates\and undivided In-
terests In property purchased.
Courteous treatment. Strictly confidential.
When You Need Money,
Eee HERMAN MURPHY.
A reasonable amount on
1st, 2d or 3d '(
Mortgage, on real estate or
Chattels, in city, town
Low rate of Interest
Give full particulars
of property or chattels,
Box 490. Call office.
Mcney loaned salaried people without secur-
ity or Indorsement, knowledge of employer or
any one; confidential and courteous treatment;
call and get terms. Drake.- 453, Parrott bid.
A — ON furniture or pianos at lowest rates; no
removal; no publicity; also on real estate;
1st or 2d mortgages or on any security: any
amount. O. W. BECKER, 36 Geary, room 36.
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry, at 2
per cent Interest. Baldwin Jewelry Store,
906 Market; tel. Mala 1G44. Branch 19 Third.
MONEY loaned to salaried people, retail mar-
chants, teamsters, boarding-houses, without
security; easy payments; large business In 46
principal cities. Tolman, 553 Parrott bldg.
ON salaries,' insurance policies, chattel mort-
gages, diamonds, valuables, etc. UNITED
LOAN AND TRUST CO., 21 Stockton at.,
near Market. '
A— THE Portland Jewelry Co., 25 Stockton «t..
loans money on diamonds, valuables, etc., at
2 per cent per month.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 907 Market st.
LOANS FROM $1 TO $10,000.
PRIVATE — Money loaned on salaries without
security; diamonds or chattels; no fee; no
com.; cut rate. Cal Loan Co., 623 Parrott bid.
1 PER cent on furniture or pianos; no removal;
no commission; no publicity; $25 up; quick,
quiet, confidential. 26 Montgomery St., rm. 21.
TO salaried people without security; on furni-
ture, indorsed notes and other security. S.
F. Discount Agency. 143 Phelan bldg.
MONEY to loan at low interest; gold, silver,
diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought
at W. J. HESTHAL'S. 10 Sixth st.
MONEY, chattels, other propositions. Bannan St
Hall, room 1213 Call bldg; phone Main 3214.-
DON'T borrow money on salary until you see
us. Hutton Credit Co.. 912 Mutual Bank bldg.
MONEY loaned on diamonds, watches, Jewelry;
confd. Diamond Parlor Jewelry Co., 722 Mkt.
STAR Loan Co. of Wyoming loans to salaried
employes. Room 311, Mutual Sav. Bk. bldg.
ALL loans on diamondsand Jewelryat 2per eent
mo. 8. F. Collateral Loan Bank, 53S Kearny.
3 % ON furniture & pianos; $13 up; no removal;
no com. V. TREMAIN. room 81. 6 Eddy st.
CASH loaned salaried people on notes without
indorser. MORRELL, 009 Examiner budding.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
*6 r*re« in wrapper, for matllnr. $1 per rear.
PHYSICIANS AND SUKGEONS.
DlT C C. O'DONNELL — Office and residence.
3021% Market st.. bet. 6th and 7th, particu-
lar attention paid to diseases of women.
BLOOD. ' skin and rectal diseases a specialty.
DR. BALL. 1073H Market st.
REMOVED— DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor,
treats all. diseases of the human body; for
past four years at 115-117 Mason St., now lo-
' en te<i at 667 Geary Ft., n»ar Leavenwortb.
WONG WOO, the famous herb doctor— All dls-
eases cured by Chinese herbs. 746-8 Clay st.
CATARRH. DEAFNESS and NOISES In EARS
positively cured: new methods; 1. week's
treatment free. Dr. Cottlngham. 2O4 Sutter.
PAPERHANGIHG, PAINTINO. ETC.
First-class work, reasonable prices. J. C. RO-
MAINE. 1007 McAllister St.; tel. .Fell 2403.
INVENTIONS patented! F. P. MEDINA, at-
torney-at-law, 6 Hobart bldg., 532 Market st.
CLARA E. JEWETT, purchasing agent; coun-
try orders a specialty; correspondence solicit-
ed. 305 Larkln St.. room 49; tel. South 319.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., October 25, 1904.—
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re-
ceived here until 11 o'clock a. m.. November
9, 1904, and then opened for comDletlng cer-
tain items of construction, plumbing, heat-
Ing and ga;fltting In new brick hospital at
Fort McDowell. California, In accordance
with plans and specifications. Government
reserves the right t° reject or accept any or
all bids In whole or In part. Information
furnished on application to WM. S. PATTEN,
Assistant Quartermaster General, Chief Quar-
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. November 7. 1904.—
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re-
ceived here until 11 o'clock a. m.,' November
17. 1004. and then opened for constructing
sea wall and repairing concrete walks In-
cluding necessary grading, at Fort Mason,
California. Government reserves the right
to reject or accept any or all blda In whole
• or in part. Information furnished on appli-
cation to WM. S. PATTEN. Assistant Quar-
termaster General, Chief Quartermaster.
UNITED STATES Engineer's Office, Flood
building, San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 8, 100J.
Sealed proposals for dredging In Napa River,
Cal., will be received here until 12 noon,
. December 8.' 1804. t Information on appllca-
tlon. W. H. HEUER. Col. Engrs. ¦
LADIES — If you have wrinkles, smallpox pit-
tlngs. bagglness of eyes or any blemish ot
the face, Mme. Olllingham Invites you to
call and Investigate her wonderful and Im-
proved method, known to no other In this
city: demonstrator can be *een daily. 143
Stockton St.; write for booklet.
M. ELLA HARRIS. French' liquid powder;
gives face, neck and arms the exquisite del-
icate tint and texture ot alabaster; a great
favorite with actresses; will net rub off; send
' enly $1 and test it for yourself. M. Ella Har-
ris, chemist and skin specialist, 128 Geary st.
THE Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair. Im-
proves Its growth. stops falllng.curea dandruff
and Itching scalp; no stain or xtlcklnest;
cleanses scalp; at druggists*', hairdressers': ac-
cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co.. 1338 Polk.
DR. ROWELL'S Fire of Life, a sure cure for
.rheumatism, paralysis, neuralgia, pneumonia,
sore throat, etc. Sold by all druggists for
over 20 years; price 50c. Manufactured volelv
. by ROWELL &. BROWN. 40 Turk.st.. .8. . F.
INFORMATION wanted as» to whereabouts of
SAMUEL DUPRE, palmist; sometimes works
at . barber trade. Kindly Inform' Madame
ClRrvolna, 727& K St., .Sacramento, Cal.
AT less than cost; uncalled for suits, overcoats -
and trousers at CHARLES LYONS' Londou
Tailor. 721 Slarket st.
YOU can buy $75 worth of furniture for $7 50
down, and $150 per week. T. BRILLIANT
.FURNITURE CO.. 340 Post St.. near Powell f]
JOHN H.-LECKIE3 wishes the address of his
brother James, or hla wife. 027 Mission Bt.
A CHICLET is Just exactly what you want
when you ride a bike. *
Electrolysis massage - parlors, 319-320 Starr
King bldg., 121 Geary st. Mrs. Holshouser.
Expert furniture repairlng.polishlng; upholster-
lng; carp.lay'g. Towey's.370Fel!.PhonePagel4R8.
H. ANDERSON. 26 O'Farrell St.— Theatrical,
masquerade and carnival costumer. :
MRS. DR. GWYER, 611A Leavenworth St.. b«:
tween Geary and O'Farrell. ,,Tel. East 697.
SUITS to order on Installments of $1 per week
NEUHAUS CO.. the tailors. 729 Market sL
ELEGANT suits to order, extra pants or fancy
vests, for $14.75. Fred Wagner. 850 Market.
EASY Installments for- Men and Youths. Suits
.to Order.- Co-operative Tailoring, 1117. Mkt.
$la week; suits to order $15 up. LEMOS. 1127
¦ Market- st.;- bet.*.. Seventh- and Eighth. ¦".-¦'
BARGAINS In >fine 'diamonds; easy payments.
P. V. GARIN. 138 Montgomery st.-: :
ONE i dollar; weekly keeps you In fine clothing.
Art Tailoring, 1644 Mkt. under St. Nicholas.
BEAL ESTATE— CITY— FOB SALE.
BALDWIN & HOWELL.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
City Agents for Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.
Send us your name and we will forward
you, without any cost to you, our booklet.
"Buyer and Seller," containing a complete
list of choice real estate holdings for sale.
$15,000— RENTS $1500 PER YEAR.
Splendid business holding; vicinity of McAllis-
ter and i lough sts.: large frontage; gubstan-
tlal frame building, containing stores and
two flats above; see this at once.
Exceptional home lota.
No flats allowed.
Fronting the "Home Residence Park
Now being laid out.
$150. CCO to be expended.
Two fine corner lots.
Five crackerjack inaide lets.
Corners, 60 feet by 100.
Six elegant new flats of 4 rooms each.
•very room light and sunny, at a bargain:
within 6 minutes of Kearny and Market sts.:
close to 6th St.; price reduced to $SOCO; rents
low at $81 per month; cost $9300 a few
months ago; 3 ft brick foundation; modern
sanitary plumbing; cement sidewalk; patent
water closets, etc.; high basement; with
small expense could be made In two flats.
$7000; price reduced; must be sold for ab-
sent owner: splendid lot for a residence; 50x
127:8%; Jackson st., near Central ave.: s-e
this for a fin* building site; $4000 mortgage
Just listed— Fin* residence of 8 rooms,
j bath; furnace, hardwood floors, beam cell-
ing; lot has 124 feet frontage; high, sightly
elevation; splendid view; Stanyan street;
Two nice Uttle flats, each of 4 rooms. rent-
Ing for $24 per month; lot 26x114; located on
2Cth it., Vi block from the Castro-st. cart;
O. K. flrst-claus small Investment.
New 2-story modern residence, containing
9 rooms, bath; brick foundation: stone steps;
price $6500; Fell st.. near FiUmore-st. cars.
¦¦¦ i"..;'-' "¦¦¦• \\
NE. business corner; Devlsadero and O'Far-
rell; extra fins frontage and depth: 37:6x100;
new building would pay handsomely on this
site; present frame Improvements of no great
value: rents' $50.
Bunset and Richmond Districts.
We have a splendid Hat of houses, cottages
and flats, besides our list of building lots,
that can be purchased on easy monthly pay-
ments, only requiring a small first pay-
ment down. Call at our branch office, cor-
ner of H st. and 7th ave., and be shown
around; horse and phaeton at your disposal.
Office open Sundays. Lots from $100 up. See
us before buying elsewhere.
BALDWIN & HOWELL,
25 Post St^
SOME MORE SOLD.
$1 25 PER WEEK.
NO INTEREST. NO TAXES.
Choicest lots. Excelsior Homestead Tract:
level as a billiard table; on grade; close to
fine school and .Mlnslon-st. electric cars;
bound to double In value.
$10 per month, no taxes, fine lots, near
Ocean Boulevard; best residence location
south of Golden Gate Park. Get the children
one for Christmas.
W. J. WHITE,
28 Montgomery st.. r. 8. Phone Main 5704.
$4500— «- ROOM house; 2 lots; 409 Fair Oaks.
$3400— $500 down; new house, 8 r. and b.;
$lC00— $400 down; new cottage. 4 r. and b.;
I SOS China ave.
J1300 — Cottage. 8 r. and b. ; on Folsom st.
terms. D. COFFIN, 2528 Mission, nr. 21st.
FOR sale — Elegant new homes; grand vi»w;
improved neighborhood: houses are- extra
well built and up to date In every detail:,
open for Inspection every day. 853 to 857
Clayton st., 3 blocks south of Haight.
FOR sale — 3 colonial houses, 6 rooms, bath
and basement; beautifully finished, up to
date and sunny: east side of Tenth ave.. near
I St., Sunset. Hallelt tt Gee, on premises.
$1400— TERMS If desired; 36-foot front; block
of l&th and Valencia; street work complete.
The Dolaa Co.. 1607 Market, opp. Franklin.
A $2000 HOME built to wit you. le« included,
any location, on $1 23 per week. Mutual
Home Building Association. 427 Crosley bid.
$3000— ELEGANT home, 6 rooms and bath;
. fine location; easy terms. Apply 3310 Mission.
FOR sale, cheap, 5-room cottage, bath. 1302
Sanchez st., to-day.
MODERN bathrooms fitted up; estimates.
Ahlbach & Mayer. Plumbers. 830 Howard st.
ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at
Call branch office, cor. Duncan and Church sts.
A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception
of advertisements and subscriptions has been
opened at 1008 Market St.. . opposite Fifth.
Open until 11 v. m.
GUARANTEED cure; send 50c; tablet form
mailed In plain package; has cured thou-
eands. L.'L. C. CO.. 417 Hayward bldg.. S. F.
OFFICE, 1016 BROADWAY.
OAKLAND BEAL ESTATE.
$3000 will buy 110 feet frontage on Vernon
Heights, near Senator Perkins' ; commanding
fine view; street work done; a chance for
builders or speculators.
$1COO — Lot 50x129; on 22d St., near Grove;
very central. «
$15CC — Beautiful residence lot on corner of
Filbert and 16th sts.; high terrace; elegant
$1750— Choice lot on Orange St.. Oakland
Heights: 50x125; fine view; beautiful houses
$850 will buy a 50-foot lot on 33d st., near
Went: srab It quick.
ilHZC — Extra choice sunny terraced lot on
Mvrtle St.. near 14th; 32x100.
BEi.DEN. < REAL ESTATE. 112 Broadway.
CLEARANCE SALE OF BANK PROPERTT.
We have b»en exclusively authorised to sell
on fi.-y terms the remaining Oakland proper-
ties acuutrcd by the
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION
under foreclosure of mortgage. ,',
We will sell these properties at figures far
below the present market rates. If you want
a bargain call or write us for particulars.
J. H. MACDONALD & CO..
$1000 CASH, balance $20 . monthly; 6-room !
Eastluke. lVi-stary cottage; seme young fruit
trees, good well of Al water, also city
water; « lots fenced: 100x2i>O; two front-
ages: deet). nandy, loam soil: away from
fog» and cold winds; over 200 homes gone
up lu three years: near street cars and two
fine school houses; an Ideal site for a home;
call and see It: you will see a delightful
spot. Call or send for circular. 433 Seventh
Ht opp. Broadway station, Oakland. Car-
riage free. H. Z. JONES. _
$2500 — 0-ROOM house, close to center of city;
nice neighborhood ; bank sale for mortgage.
$175C — o-room house; let S5xl20; well and
windmill; near Key Route on 34th st.
$ir?CO— 0- rooms and bath: street work all
done; 1 block to Key Route station.
10 rooms and bath; lot 50x100; Key Route,
near Grove «U
; i - C , E. REED, 468 Eleventh st.
. Phone Red eSSl.
'NEW house of 6 rooms and basement; handy
to university and cars; built for a home; will
sell houso at cost and lot below market value;
term* A. L. GREEN, owner. 1458 Broad-
HAKGA1N— Beautiful 7-r. home in Piedmont;
fine neighborhood: ~ good location: near . car
line; will sell cheap: must be seen to be ap-
preciated. Apply to E. MORRIS. 673 36th St.
HOUSE. 7 rooms and, bath, high " basement. 1
block from S. P. and 4 - blocks from Key
route; lot 53xl3T). 006 Sixty-first st.
OAKLAND FUBSTZSgEP HOUSES.
GROVE, 1417 — Beautiful home; S room* and
bath; entirely modern; splendidly fur.; piano;
. fine location;, adults; call before 3 p. m.
TO-MORROW the day for. bargains tn furni-
ture. H. Scbelbaaa, 11th et..cor.store.Oakland
"R— E— X— R— A— D— I>-O* S* '
PUBLIC "FREE HEALING"~before audience
TO-DAY. 2 and 8 p. m. (Office hours 2 to 7.)
RADIUM HALL, 783^ Market and 1 Fourth
(corner Market and Fourth.) _____
"NON-MEDICAL" humanized Radium power ia
(solely) used In Rexradlo's treatments; no
medicine, no medical Instruments used.
"NAMES" and testimonials of patients al-
luded to BELOW shown at offices.
"DEAF MUTES"— Several k recently made to
hear and SPEAK what they heard. Numer-
*ous witnesses, one being Mr. Butler, well-
known S. F. CHRONICLE representative.
"TOTAL DEAFNESS" Rexradlo finds to be a
mere BAGATELLE; nearly every case ."be-
gins" to hear "whispered" words after 3 sec-
onds' treatment. (Deaf .mutes the same.)
"OSSIFIED >r LADY7 Mr^KnowiesTlm Bart-
lett. by (one) treatment had her locked AN-
CHYLOSED Joints made freely "movable"
several weeks ago; no "relapse," but still
¦ further progress to date.
"BUNDXESS" eeemed Imminent; within 3
u&ye Rexradlo restored good sight.
"LEAPING" CRIPPLE; paralysis; dragged
foot, limb nearly "powerless"; 10 second*'
treatment and I LEAPED before audience."
"LONG DISTANCE^ HEARING. My ear to-
tally deaf from childhood; by 1 treatment
heard (whisper) af 70 feet."
"FEMALE WEAKNESS"— My trouble wa»
quickly removed by Rexradlo.
"•CANCER" disappeared In one hour after
Rexradlo's (one) treatment.
"UP IN THE AIR" In elevator with man
having "crooked" arm. Couldn't straighten
It. Rexradlo was there, too, and by "mo-
ment's" touch straightened It before descend-
ing elevator stopped. Editor of TOWN TALK
was pre!«ent. Witnessed by me — WILLIAM
"BEDRIDDEN"— I saw Rexradlo treat man
for years "helpless" In bed. had to be
"lifted" in and out of bed: Instantly rose
(unaided) from bed. Other similar cases.
"REXRADIO'S" (one) treatment straightened
1 my "bent" limb (rheumatism).
"TYPHOID FEVER" overcome by only two
treatments; no RELAPSE.— Knott. 112 Fell.
"LOCO'dOTOR* ATAXIA"— Couldn't stand un-
supptrted; 1 treatment Tuesday and Instant-
ly stood, walked "unsupported." - >..J '~
"ANCHYLOSIS" of knee; couldn't straighten
leg or move knee; did both Instantly. ,-.*,,
"HE SEES" objects (outlines) at 80 feet;
eyes "blind" 7 years (I treatment Tuesday).
"REXRADIO'S" 1 treatment entirely removed
my "dropsy" and straightened limb.
"SUICIDE" avoided; protracted disease ren-
dered life a burden; orten thought of sui-
cide, after spending largely, vainly, for re-
lief; then Rexradlo made quick, complete
cure, months ago; no RELAPSE. .-.- ;',¦¦
"REXRADIO'.' rescued me quickly from the
fiery purgatory of "neuralgia." ¦ :¦'¦•
"ANCHYLOSIS of Joints, knees, ankles, hips,
toes, fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck,
etc., which others deem 'Incurable,' have
often yielded to Rexradlo' s very nrst treat-
ment.' " Testimonials shown.
"PAINS" Of all kinds (neuralgia, sciatica,
rheumatism, gout etc.) usually have been
expelled by Rexradio's "first" treatment.
Proofs — Numerous testimonials. --~-yv
"RESURRECTION" excepted. BROKER, one
of our leading citizens, recently (publicly)
said: "I have seen Rexradio do nearly in-
credible healing wonders -In my office. I
verily believe he can do almost anything but
RAISE THE DEAD. I am ready to put up
my money on it" ' ¦'¦'<•¦--
"$1000 FORFEIT' if above digests w cases are
not "genuine." Stacks of testimonials.
"NOTE THIS" — Names of all above patients
given at offices to persons similarly afflicted;
we object to "publication" of their, names.
Above "digests" of cases refer to results of
"first" treatment, which benefits usually be-
come, perfect and permanent after a few
"further" treatments.. ,
"REXRADIO" can and does DO ALL HE
CLAIMS TO DO. HE FEARLESSLY CHAL-
LENGES COURTEOUS (CRUCIAL) INVES-
"CONSULTATION" given free. TERMS for
treatment to suit circumstances.
"PUBLIC HEALING" before audiences free to
poor TO-DAY, 2 and 8 p. m. Rexradlo also
publicly gives every one in audience deelrlng
it a "sample" of his peculiar healingr power.
Bring your paralytics, mutes, etc. (worst
cases). Come early to avoid crowding. RA-
DIUM HALtL. 783^ Market st. and 1 Fourth
(corner Market and Fourth).
FANCY and silk dresses carefully washed.
JAPANESE FAVORITE LAUNDRY, estab.
1899. . 2122 Flllmore st. ; phone Geary 2033.
Superfluous hair removed; electric needle. Mrs.
Eaton. 369 Sutter. Miss Eaton, 233 Geary,r.38.
TAILOR-MADE suit $7 50; dress pants $2 30.
Misfit Clothing Parlor, cor.Bush and Dupont.
MASQUERADE costumes, play books, wigs;
country orders. GOLDSTEIN 4: CO..733 Mkt.
ALFREDUM'S Egyptian Henna restores gray
hair to Its natural color ;$1 at all druggists'.
SEWING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES.
THE balance nf our shopworn sewing machines
will be closed out this week at about one-
third usual prices; this is the chance of a
lifetime to buy the best machine on earth
at little i.rlce. White Sawing Machine Co.,
new retail office 915 Market st.
ALL manes ; 2d hand. $2, $5. $7, $9; new. $1.$*;
drop heads. 5 drawer, golden oak, $15; rented,
repaired; lowest rates. National Automatic
S. M. Q_t "5 Sixth at.; tel. Jessie 3796.
DOMESTIC — The machine for family use; best
Is cheapest; second-hand all makes at any
price; all kinds rented lowest rates. Domes-
tic office. 1021 Market st.. near Sixth.
ALL kinds second-hand $3, $5. $8; slightly
use* $10. $15. $20; you know where the dolls
swing in the window. 1051 Market st.
ALL kind? bougHt. sold and repairing guaran-
teed. CHAS. PLAMBECK. 1015 Mission.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call.
Tfi rages, in wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
A— EMPORIUM Storage & Van Co. ; furnitureT
household goods stored, moved, shlped. 723-
731 Howard st.. nr. Third: phone Crnnt 1C1.
CAPITAL Van and Storage Co.. 3 Eddy st.;
phone Mint 2041; JOHN F. COOPER, pres.:
furniture moved, packed, shipped and stored.
PIERCK-RODOLPH Storage & Moving Co." of-
flee Post and Powell sU. ; tfl. Prl. Ex. jTI.
CONKLIN'S Storage — Furniture and merchan-
dise. 333 Golden Gate ave. ; phone East 120.
PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com-
pany. 2320 Flllmore St.: phrne Jackson, 281.
BEKINS Van and Storage Co.. 11 Mont-omerv
Et. : tel. Main 1R4O. Shipping at\c« rate*.
CHEAPEST and bent in America— The Week'.y
Call, 10 pages, sent to any address In tft«
United States or Canada one year for $1, -
SEAIi ESTATE— •OOTTSTBY-ror <*a.ld. :
SALE or exchange for city property; sacrifice;
¦153 acres, Napa Co.; CO acres in cultivation:
fruit, vines and grain: fully equipped and
paying: beautiful place; gentleman's home. '
KHADBURNE. 400 Montgomery st.
Send : postal for catalogues of the best land
bargains in California. C. M. WOOSTER CO..
048 Market st. x
FOR sale — From 10 to 50 acres In vineyard: 1
near Mulr station, Santa Fe Railroad. Ad-
dress E. B.. 507 Sixth St., Oakland.
CHEAPEST and best In ''America— The Weekly |
Call, ,1(5 pages, sent to any address In the,
United States or Canada one year for $1,
postage paid. . ' ;
: SAW MATEO_BEAL ESTATE.^
LOMITA PARK — On line of San Mateo electm '
cars, 43 minutes from Fifth and Market sts.;
outside the fog belt and Just beyond where
'the S. P. Co.'a bay shore "cutoff" will Join
the . main line: 50- foot lots from $400 up.
terms only $10 down and $10 a month; sewer
and water pipes In front of every lot; -pur*
artesian well water; 173 lots . sold slncd
August 1: an exceptional opportunity to »e-
- cure K lot In this desirable section; tak« th»
: electric cars 'and get off at ."LOMITA
PARK" and Investigate; maps cent on ap-
plication. ¦ - '
. . fcELBY. RODGERS & CO..
Tel.' Main 673. lift California «t.
BEAL ESTATE '. TO • EXCHANGE.
CLEAR -Oakland. Berkeley or S.'K. property
- -for ranches- J. H. EUSON, J4-.3 ¦ Bacon
.block.- 'Oakland. ¦ » ¦• ¦"
' TABMS AMD BAHCHES TO LEASE.
IMPROVED ranch, near Oakland, for dairy "or
vegetables.- Owner, :117« East Fourteenth st.,
BERKELEY HEAL JM'fATIt. n
A CHOICE home on Delaware st. Berkeley: '
rocms and bath; lot 40x135; new and modem;
sunay exposure: fine view; easy terms ot
payment if desired: no trouble to show proo-
REALTT BONDS AND FINANCE CO. (lac*.
1172 Broadway, corner Fourteenth st..
New 2- story. 6-room house: within one block
of station. 2 blccks of cars; lot 40x113; street
work complete: price $3uC0; $400 cash, balance-
$1? CO per month; le«3 than rent.
MORAN & SWAIN. Berkeley Station.
— NEW. modern. 7-room house; l."V min-
utes from North Berkeley »tation; Jjlgh
ground: rln« view. R. A. BERRY A CO..
Pfstoff.ce block. B-?rkeley.
rBUITVALE BEAL ESTATE.
OFFICE OPEN SUNDAYS.
M. C. GIBSON, 1326 FRUITVALE AVE..
NEAR EAST FOURTEENTH 3T.
PHONE VALE 200.
OFFICE OPEN EVENINO. 3
FOR sale— $2750; It cost $3730; rents for $20
per month; 2 cottages on lot. 40x130. Apply
to S. S. AUSTIN. 1101 Twenty-third a»«..
East Oakland. .
Sail Francisco Advertisem'ts
BOOMS FOB HOUSXEEPrKO.^
BRYANT. 444 — Two sunny rooma for house-
keeping: one single for lady.
EDDY. 1706 — Sunny rocms, completely fur-
nished; gas. bath; yard.
EIGHTH. 112 — 3 unfurnished rooms: kitchen:
furnished complete If desired: rent cheap.
FRANKLIN, 151S— Sunny front newly fur.
rooms: housekeeping; bath, phone; $20; r«f.
HAWTHORNE. 172, near Harrison— Pleasant,
sunny housekeeping rooms for two; exclusive ;
HbWARD. 719% — Sunny furnished rooms for
housekeeping; respectable: no trans.; adults.
HOWARD, S2I! — 2 suites housekeeping rooms:
also single; gas and coal stoves.
JESSIE. 323 — Large sunny front parlor; house-
keeping: gas range; tinet $3 75 week.
JONES. 207 — Sunny housekeeping rooms. $10 to
$12 per wek.
KEARNT. 104^ — Three- unfurnished rooms; bay-
window front; sunny; $20; alult«; references.
KENILWORTH. cor. Bush and Powell— Three-
room sunny apartments; steam heat; cen. loe.
KNICKERBOCKER Apartments. 1340 Pine—
Sunny furnished 3- rocm suites; steam heated,
electric lighted; frea baths; rates reasonable.
LEAVENWORTH] 1011. near Green — Frv»
sunny furnish?. I housekeeping rooms and
bath; rhone; fine marine view.
MARKET. 1735—2 rooms completely furnished
for housekeeping; rent $12. *
MISSION, 561. near Second — Bedroom and
kitchen, completely furnished for hkpg.
OAK. 117 — Complete for housekeeping. $3 to
$12; gas range; hot bath: adults.
OXE unfurnished reora for housekeeping, also
one partly furnished; must be pleasant,
cheap; give price. Box 4494. Call office.
PINE. 827. near Powell — 3 sunny furnished
housekeeping rooms: gas range: rent raas.
PINE. l>23 — 2 newly furnished front housekeep.
ing rooms; reasonable.
POLK. 338. cor. McAllister — Largs sunny
front room and small cooking place; light
housekeeping; call after 3 p. m.
POST. 905 — Largs, convenient housekeeping
room; gas range; $9 50.
SACRAMENTO, 1490— Large sunnv fnrnlshedi
front housekeeping suites,' $15-$23 month;
SANCHEZ. 509. near Eighteenth — Large, sun-
ny bay-window sitting-room, alcove bedroom,
SCOTT. 300. NE. Page — 2 extra sunny rooms,
newly furnished for housekpg; reasonable.
SECOND. 231 — Two sunny corner, front house-
keeping rooms, single or connected, with coal
stove and cas stove. •
TAYLOR. 911 — Furnished suite, gas ranga.
$12; 2 attic rooms, ga.i range. $9; 1 room, $7.
VAN NESS. 232 — Nicely furnished sunny front
bay-window corner; separate kitchen; house-
keeping; $1S; adults.
WALLER. 71 — A *unny stxlte of rooms in new
house, furn. complete. $16; phon* Page 7B31.
ET. LOUIS. 1373 Jackson — Marine Tl«w; ¦¦«-•
rooms: fern, or onfur.: refs. TtL East 133a
BOOMS TO LET — Furn. and Unfura.
ATKINS, cor. Third st. and Park lane— New
brick building; all sunny rooms; hot and cold
water: electric lights; only first-class house
In locality; rooms $1 SO week and up.
A— BRUNSWICK Bouse, 148 Sixth st. — Rooms
25c to $1 per night. $1 25 to $3 per waek aad
light housekeeping rooms; op«n al] night.
AT •Tb« Almonte." 873 Market st. (or No. 1
Fifth gt.)— Rooms. 23c. 30c. $1. $1 SO Bight:
$1 50 to $10 week; house open all night.
BEAVER. 12 — Furnished rooms, slngl* or ea
suite; on* block from Castro-st. car.
CAPP. 816 — Nicely furnished rooms; prtrat*
GEARY. 1143 — 4 sunny rooms, single or en
suite; newly and attractively furnished; all
conveniences: private family; central; raaa.
BRYANT, 319 — 4 unfurnished rooma; sunny]
rear; and yard; rent $9.
BELMOND house; over Owl drag store: t en-
trances, 1126 Market and 31 Turk, — EI«ctrio
lights: running water In every room; 209
rooms; 23c to 50c per night: $1 23 to $3 w««k.
BUSH. 1233 — Rooms for on* or two; private
family: bath. ' • „
EDDY, 110 (The Launston) — N«wty fumish»ii
rooms; best transient house la city; 90a, *l.
EDDY. 432— Nicely, furnished room*, with all
conveniences: choice location: reasonable.
ELLIS, 1436 — Choice cosy corner rooms, wlt4
or without board; reasonable.
GOLDEN GATE ave., 939 — Unfurnished rooms;
. large alcove front room facing Jefferson
Park; bay window.
GOLDEN GATE ave.. 10C3— Nlcs sunny rooms
to let; near Jefferson Park.
GRAND Southern. 7th and Mission — Rooms 33<t
to $1 25 night; $1 50 to $9 wk.; reading-room.
HARRISON.. 405. cor. Fremont — House nawty
furnished; nice, sunny rooms; hoosekseplnff
¦> rooms; electric light and gas.
HOWARD. 715— Large sunny rooma at Yam
rates; 2Tc to $1 day and $1 23 to $3 w—k.
JONES, 207. — Sunny front " and back stngl*
rooms, from $2 to $3 per wk.
LAGUNA. 910 — Handsome parlor suit* tor
couple or 2 or 3 gentlemen; furn. or unrara.
LARK IN*. S04 — Sunny back room, 1 or 3 geata,
«i! 50; single, with stov, $3.
LIBERTY. 604, nr. Castro— Mod., sun, unfur.
parlors; 4 con. ran.; adults; r»f. : warm belt.
LILT ave.. 134 — Nicely furnished room; prl vat »
family; gas; phone; reasonable.
MARKET, 1049 (The Falmouth) — Sonny rooms;
$2 50 to $7 week: baths: elevator.
McALLISTER. 3-TO — Newly furnished tunny
• back parlor; phone, gas and bath; horn*
comforts. . «
METROPOLITAN Hotel. 123 Third st. — 400
single and family rooms 35c to $1 5O per day,
$2 to $» per week: the only new and modern '
" ' botel and rooming-house In San Francisco
that has office on ground floor, hot and cold
water, electric lights, call bells, steam heat
in every room and gives frea baths aad •la-
va tor servico day and night to Its gue*ta.
NATOMA. 4S0H— 2 connecting rooms) (or 1 •»
3 men; private; gas; batiu
A— MURRAY & READY. «534-63« Clay st.
Phon? Ma'n 5S4S.
Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
We speak the German. French. Italian.
Scandinavian. Greek, Spanish, Slavonian and
I 'unifJi languages.
1SM3 We Gave 1004 We Hope to
00.000 Men Work. Increase 60.000.
Coal Mirers. Free Fare. Coal Miners.
Oregon State. Oregon. State Oregon.
Coal miners for a gocd mine: big wages.
Ship to-day. Fare refunded. Ship to-day.
Coaj miners for State of Washington, $3 to
GOLD AND COPPER MINES. SILVER
« hand miners, good quartz mines, $32 50.
4 miners. g<fl>1 mine. $90.
Concentrator man. poc<l geld mine. $75.
NEVADA. STATE NEVADA.
$1 FEE. SHIP TO-DAY. $1 FEE.
20 teamsters, 2 en<J 4 horses, $75.
20 laborers, no experience needed, $75.
15 teamsters for new work in center of min-
ing district. $60; fare $1 90: ship to-night.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay St.
I : MISCELLANEOUS.
3 hardwood carpenters, $3 75 day; 4 carpen-
ters. $3 50 day; blacksmith, country, $60 and
found; 3 bench hand*. $!>0; machine hand,
planing mill. $3 50.
5 cooks. 4 waiters. 7 kitchen hands and dlsh-
m-ashers. butchers, bakers.
FARMS AND DAIRIES.
27 farm hands; 6 milkers; 9 choremen; 7
choreboys, city and country.
FOR A BIG RANCH.
• 10 plow teamsters, good ranch, all winter's
" Job, $40 and found.
Carpenter, finisher, city. $4 day; tailor, coun-
try shop: 4 young man. factory, city: book-
keeper and stenographer, country: butcher,
country shep; working foreman, ranch, couth,
$35 to $40 and found.
Fpreman, carpenter, to run gang of 15 men
on concrete form work, eee boss here.
I ' WALKING BOSS.
I "Walking boss for construction gang, $65 fd.
' THESE ARE GOOD.
4 miners, Nevada. 6 hours. $3 50 to $4.
Milker and wife, near city, $50 and found.
Butcher, country shop $30 and found.
10 carpenters for * large company, 75c fare,
Night watchman and fireman, $25 and found.
Cook for country Institution. $50 and found.
MURRAY & READY. 6.<4~636 Clay st.
TRY our men's shoes, union made; $1 and $1 50
pair: foot-form shoes, $2 60; we pay express
charges. 11 3d et.. Exam. bid. ;open till 9 p.m.
SAILORS and young men (green hands) for
ships. HALLBERT. 617 Jackson st.
LABOR debts collected: suits, attachments.
Law and Adjustment Co., 328 Montgy.. r.415.
PENSION att>.. n.A.BuIUs. r. 40. Phelan bldg.
Past Com. Geo. H. Thomas Post, G. A. R.
WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket — 700 rooms; 35c night; reading rooms;
free 'bug and baggage to and from ferry.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
Price. 563 Mifsion gt.. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
A — 30 HEAD of work and driving horses, 8
lar^e mares, 1 fast pacer, 2 saddle horses,
harness, wagons and buggies; must be sold;
will exchange. Corner Fifteenth and Shot-
well sts.. near Folsom.
TEAM of Jet black horses, 17 hands. 5 years
old, weight '250 apiece, price $700; broken
single or doubl«: sound and true. JOHN DA-
VILLA. Jones ave., Elmhurst, Cal.
FOR sale — Milk wagen; 2 business buggies,
new; tUogle express wagon; 2 fruit wagons;
butcher wagon; 2 delivery wagons, almost
new; cheat). 1219 Pierce st.
FINE river bottom pasturage: green feed year
round: near Black Diamond. Contra Costa
County. Nucleus Stables. 190 Stevenson. 8. .F.
COBBLE-EORE, footsore horses for soft re-
claimed river lands; fair prices paid; must
t* sound. Box 44S8. Call; tel. Main 767.
A SACRIFICE: rubber tire open hack; good
condition; new harness. HARRY WELLER,
120B Market st. - ¦;
AUCTION sale 70 horses. Thursday, November
10, 11 a. m., 220 Valencia st.
FOR sale — Fine new business buggy; also solid
tcp delivery wagon; cheap. 623 Fulton st. •
FOR sale — 3 second-hand express wagons, one
single truck. 233 Beale st.
WANTED — A good team of horses. Box 4503.
Call offlc*. -^
GOING out of business: new and second-hand
wagons sold cheap. 1680 Mission St.. nr. 13th.
AUCTION sale of horses, wagons and harness
every Wednesday at 11 a. m. 327 Sixth st.
WAGONETTES, surreys, buggies, wagons, har-
nets. work & driving horses. 15th-Valencla.
A — PRINTED list of houses to let: send for cir-
cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 20 Montgomery.
FOR rent — To party buying carpets and some
furniture, pleasant 7-room house, bath; con-
venient. &43 McAllister st,
TO let — Rear house of 4 rooms; 1332 Larkln.
Apply 1S50 Lackin st. •
HOUSES TO LET— -rUBNISHEP.
A NICELY furnished 8-room house; sunny
corner; piano. 12 to 4. 1308 L&guna st.
HOWARD, 2130. near Eighteenth — 8 rooms,
bath, etc; well furnished: rent low.
HOUSE of reven rooms, well furnished. 1183
Oak st.; rent $45.
CLASSIFIED sdvertisements and subscriptions
received at OH branch office. 2200 Flllmore st.
HOUSES rUBNISHEP — rOB SALE.
VS-ROOM house for sale cheap account of
sickness. Apply 815 Geary st.
HOUSES WANTED— rUBglSHED.
WANTED — Furnished house or flat of 5 rooms.
Addr<-is». with full particulars, box 4103. Call.
_ HOgSE-CLSAlTiaG OPPICE3.
JAPANESE houzecleanlng company and shoe-
maker. CIS Oough St.; phone Howard 35S3.
.COTTAGES TO LET.
FIVi:-noOM cotlaKe to let: rent $10. Inquire
Elizabeth, bet. Prtimmond and Douglass.
J LOST AMD POUND.
LOST— November fl, diamond stick pin, be-
tween 1251 Waller a.nd park music stand,
via Masonic. Oak, Cliff House car to Ninth
ave. entrance: liberal reward If retunled to
GANAHL. 123 California st.
LOST — November 8. pair of gold rim spec-
tacles, coming from Union Coursing Park on
Mission et. cars; return to 1518 Treat ave.,
m^~ ave.; liberal reward.
LOST— Monday morning, a small violin bow.
I Finder will \e suitably rewarded by return-
j ing same to l"O0 California st.
i LOST — Ladles' gold watch: monogram L H.
• H. on case; reward. L. M. HICKMAN.
LOST— Gold bracelet, Sunday night. Return
414 Market 8L. tecelve reward.
LOST — A bad case of Indigestion by a young
lady who used CHICLETS.
FOUND — Black cocker spaniel dog. Owner
may call at 411 Third st. ¦
LOHT— Pure white bull terrlor bitch; 10
months: black collar, brass -trimmings,
buckle lock: liberal reward. Return to
GEORGE "WALTON. 43 Eddy St., cor. Ma.
LOST — Diamond locket,' In children's play-
ground: initials J. B. -8. - Liberal reward re-
turn room 315. Golden West Hotel.
LOST— Marquise ring, rubles surrounded by
.liarmnd*. Return 17C5 Pine Bt.: reward $20.
$5 reVard— Mais L"lewellyn setter:, square-
shaptJ black left shoulder. 1S5 Ban Carlos ave.
¦ LAUNCHES rOB KTBE. J
C. A. MeNEILL LAUNCH CO., foot of Clay
Ft.; for pleasure and business; tel.'Bush 534.
MACHINEITSr — Bcusrht. SolO,' Exchanged.
WANTED — Second-hand swing saw and
planer. JOHN T. GRAHAM. NW. cor. Pre-
rita av«. and . Al&bama et. ¦
KELP WAifTED— MALE—Conttaned.
AT C. R. HANREN & OJ.S 428 Bush St.
— — —
Psstry confectioner, first-class country ho-
* e! $7S month & found, up
Ps*tr> confectioner, city . .$75 board & up
Cook and helper, country Institution. $C5-$25
r-hpp butcher, who can drive wagon city
•:¦••••••: $14-$18 week
?^ !ddk-agf>d man to take charge of helps'
usrtroh*. etc.. city. $.i5 to $40 & found
fr*r drawer .. $40 and board
Fxreriencfd ouuide salesman for eggs and
•Jtur. c.ty. $5.'» and commission to start.
t;'.;citers tor coffee and tea house, city.
Mabu-man. institution, country $23
M«rrW gardener and wite $50 & house
Walking ho-s. R. R. camp, north $65
— — —
» laborers tnd teamster* ..But* of Nevada
Ship to-night Boss her*
C. l». HANEEN * CO .^42^ Bush_Et.
NATIONAL EMPLOYE'S "rECDRDCO.
2 J<-wtlr>- tal«»fcin<n, Oregon and Wathing-
« boy» wanted; »&lary $t to I*.
Solicitor, medical directory, city and country:
¦alary aad commission.
Placer miners. Alaska; 100 In party; $30 day
Many por.tien* open. Call at efflce.
Cl Third St., rooms 9-10.
PERRTS MERCANTILE BUREAU.
feo« Market st., room 325. fifth floor.
Office hours. 9 a. m. to S p. m.
Bookkeeper's assistant $15 to $23 week
Stenographer $15 week
Manager department store »25 week
Bill and entry clerk $15 week
Drug clerk $12 week
Checker $15 week
Timekeepers $15 week
Accountant $15 to $25 week
Collector $15 week
Floor manager $1S week ,
2 fh'pping clerks $11 week
General office work $15 week
Bank clerk, bond required $25 week
Young man. leern dentistry J10 week
606 Markst *L. room 32S. fifth floor.
WE want five thoroughly capable, neat ap-
pearing salesmen for a first-class gents' fur-
nishing goods house, at a first-class salary.
Young man. self-confident and neat ap-
pearing, as stock boy for a Orst-clase gents'
furnishing good* house; fair salary to etart.
One good bookkeeper; fair salary.
The Romayn-Phirk Register. Renting and
fl2-*13 Grant bldg.. 7th and Market sts.
Phone South 104.
<~i~»")K and wife. $5>0 and found: German waiter,
country. $.10 and found: milker and wife.
$r.O and found: choreman. gentleman's coun-
try place. S25 and f^und; old man to care for
place; farmers, $3rt and found; 3 brick sort-
*¦-* and wheelers, J2 25 -lay; swamper. $40
and found, and others. J. F CROSETT &
CO., OS Sacramento st.
A— AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
642 Commercial St.; phone Bush S33.
Machinist, strawy pv>siiion, large company,
good ••-.¦-.."-. 20 laborer? and teamsters. $2 ."¦'>:
row sts bout, shipyard. $.1."> and found; chore-
rr.tn. San Msteo County, $15 and found.
A MAN and wife for « dairy ranch, $50; see
party here. MISS PLUNKETT. 425 Sutter
si., near PoweU.
MJ-N to learn barber trade; only eight weeks
required; only institution teaching th«s trn-
»cr^.l art; call or write for free catalogue;
bl-ecial offer. Mo'er liarber College, 649 Sac-
WANTED — One or two men to learn a good
trade; 6teady work: paid while learning;
n:ust have $25 eorurity. CaJl at 61S Mer-
chant st., betm-een Ktarny and Montgomery.
MEN to sell stock in Montana coal mine; enor-
mous prof.ts in sight; legitimate investment
guarar.t»ed by deposit or railroad bonds. Box
1:70. Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTEP — Fim-clat* barber, one who t peaks
Polish language, for country; wagec $20 per
wtek. Box 4537. Call office.
GOOD. e-tr<j>rg boy about Ifl to learn hat trad*;
P ¦' * ch&nce for boy willing to work. Pacific
Coast Km V.'.rks, J4f.S Market St.
WANTED — Experienced man to set up toys.
Apply between 9 and LU a. m. at HALE
EXPERIENCED n:an tn help in kitchen of
email restaurant. :'••'¦ Market et.. near Slx-
COAT3IAKER wanted; steady work. 305«
BOY not under It years; $4 per week. 838
T'FEFUL. competent German, liquor store:
t^nd bar; state age and refs. Box 451$, Call.
WANTED— Delivery beys. Apply Pragers De-
partment Store, Market and Jones sts.
V.ANTED — Every boy to ask his druggist for
BARBER ehop for sale cheap; 627 Clay et.
Call bet. 10 and 12 a. m.
F1IOEMAKER wanted: steady Job on repair
work. Box 4515. Call office.
WANTED — Go<>(Jye«r operator; steady Job. Ap-
ply Evans *-'hoe Co., Ncpa, Cal.
BARBER wanted at 2120 Shattuck ave.. East
$500 — STEADY man for partner In a No. 1
business; large proSts-: ea*y to learn. In-
vestigate at 2S3 Fourth st.. barber shop.
BARBER shoo- for sale in the country. In-
quire et DECKELMAN BROS.. 106 Ellis «t.
BARIiER chop for sale; 2 chairs- 3 living-
rooms; cheap rent. Inquire 1158H Folsom.
BARBER shep for sale: 3 chairs; good furni-
ture; cheap rent. 2«2 O'Farrell st_
WANTED — Experienced domestic salesman.
Apply between 9 and 11 a. m. at HALE
MEN and wemen to learn the barber trade;
it won't cost you one cent: we teach you
free at HAIGHTB BARBER SCHOOL. 611
WE want «. married man. not over 28. to
travel: with " ether qualifications be mu*t
neither smnke nor drink: salary and ex-
penses. Box 4470. Call office.
t20f> — BARBER shop for sale; 2 chairs; cen-
trally located in a popular resort on the
ooast. Addre** J. GOETZ. Pacific Grove,
Monterey Co.. Cal.
WANTED — Men and women to prepare for
Government positions. Arply for free cata-
logue giving particulars. Pacific Correspond-
ence Institute. Grant bldg.. 1C05 Market st.
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, has
• dded 100 new rooms to the Denver House.
217 Third tt.; 2S0 r f jcms; 25- to 50c per nlgat.
WANTED — Tour.g man as working bookkeep-
er In carpenter ehep. 3373 Eighteenth St.,
J.:*'.- — TOR rile; sr.ap: 2-chair barber shop;
choice location; gocd buslne**: sickness cause
selling. See Coleman, 806 Mutual Bank bldg.
WANTED — Schoolboy to carry morning paper
north Market st., east Powell; no Sunday
work. Apply I32S Mission st.
WANTED— Men to fill 350 rocms at 2Oc per
night: clothes closets, hslr mattres*; electric
light In every room. e*I Howard st_
P. F. Barber College. 741 Howard St.. want* all
young tnea to know that It hes the finert
<-c,u!H*d school west of fit. Louis; red. rates.
GET your, shoes hslf-roled while waiting; 25c i
to COc. :.';:: Mlszicn st.. bet. 1st and 2d ats., I
or 11 Third St.. Examiner bulldl&g. J
FIUFT-CLAFS Jewelry engraver wanted; J
steady Dos:tion. Call 308 Market st- j
ONE rr.an to learn the barbrr trade, absolutely '
fit>* of charge. 751 Mission st. j
BARBER £h<~p for sale on Market st: good
shop. Apply Call office.
MEN to learn the detective profession. 997
Market M.. rocm 104.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for all parts of
tne world at HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart st.
MEN— The original JNO. A. MOLER has
opened one of his famous barber colleges at
(44 Clay St.; trade taught in 8 weeks: tuition
earned while learning: constant practice; ex-
. pert instructions; positions guaranteed. Call
or write <c.irr»ct number) C44 Clay st.
NATIVE SONS. ATTENTION— WE WANT
IMMEDIATELY HIGH-GRADE SALES-
MEN TO WORK; CITY TRADE' NO
f'THERS NEED APPLY. CALL ROOM
1'25. PARROTT BUILDING.
FOR rale— Well located barber shop; good
transient trade. Box 4861. Call.
COATMAKER and punts and vect makers for
REISS BROS. & CO.. 24 Sutter st.
ENEP.GETIC. reliable men as city and coun-
try ¦jr«»nt5; steady position?. 247 Fifth st.»
•TEN wanted at 137 3d rt.. where j<hoe* are re-
txUreci by ms.cfalrery; sewed *oJ»i 10 mln., 7.Vu j
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