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The San Francisco Call
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'THURSDAY. EVLNINO AT
i O'CLOCK. BY ORDER ~e_ise r
OF THK POTENTATE.
JOHN BENNETT, RECORDER,
MISSION Chapter No. 70 R. A M- 'i^iifaflr '
Sf, : . THIS iTHURSDA'i K^M
cri'>cKlTrr"EodgT'No. f. aa. m~~ ___"
Officers .-in.l .members are requested to
attend the funeral of o*nr deceased
brotber. JAMES A DUBOAN. lata a |
member of Dilion Lodge No. 2.'!. i". & A. M-.
of Dillon. Mom.. 00 FRIDAY. October 11.
■t io o'clock, from Golden Gate hall.
Batter st.
R. IT. McPHERSON. Secretary.
PRESIDtit L.Hlg.- \... .;.*•♦. Y. A A. M-, AA
King Solomon"* hull. I7.T> Fil'mor" "*.
First degree THIS I TH USD \\ I /**jFN
EVENING. 7:38 o dock I
B. L. HESSEI ! " tary
FIDELITY Lodge No. 12(1. r. A- A. M. - m
Special meeting THIS (THURSDAY I •a/lr
l VENING at 7:30 o'clock. 148 Eddy st. AA
i" rs( _ Masona cordially Invited. '▼ »
FREDERICK BABBY. gar.
CAI IFORNIA Lodge No. 1. F. A A. M m
First degree THIS* ITHCRSDAY >VV
EVEN*NG -if 7:30 o'clock. 2133 Sutter AA
EPWABD PEABODY, Sec. ' w
HALL OF PACIFIC Lodge No. IV,. _&*»___'«, I
I. 0. 0. F.. 7oi jiitl Market -•- ; /Mw ;
Second degree THIS (THURSDAY i \
EVENING.
I! A ROBINSON. N. *'~
CROATIAN Benevolent Society Z*-f>- <«WaV
nitnir. Assembly "*••. 1 t 'mat tan J_bU
Unite ot" the Pacific - Quarterly Afjnfl'Jß ,
■■•ng THIS (THURSDAY* \_QfIJT
EVENING. October 10. at S o'clock J-_2r?\
in 1 o. B. B. hall, no aa*aS___l
Cine for ni-iHttendaiice.
' H PURIN, Tern President.
r. KKSTEI..I. Wecpetary,
CLAN FRAisER No 7*. 0. B. ,•'. - # <**flfi_
■•nen- V«i arc hereby notified C_Mt
•tend the funeral of our late eSSHrCh
! "HN LAING. from 572 ;|»VX
East Oakland. on
FRIDAY. *t - p. m. Take Melrose J
DONALD H. BIM. Chief.
JOHN GIBBON. Sec.
BAN FRANCISCO Scottish Thistle _£ mm ___
Cluh meet*, THIS tHiff®
MNO. October IV. Scottish
T. C HUNTER Royal Chief.
1 !• McDOUGALD, Recorder.
LOST AND FOUND
PIFVorrusiTANVTMIM
J here. It will be returned to you if so >\
J honest person finds it. Remarkable reeov ',
J cries arc brougat about every day through ji
} tueoe columns. ,
< IF YOU FIND ANYTHING
BRIM* IT TO THE I
> SAN FRANCISCO CALL !i
< LOST AND FOUND BUREAU. '
< THIRD AND MARKET STREETS i|
Cet a claim check. Have it adve.*U*ed. J
> Reclaim It if the owner does not. S
> THE LAW — People who find lost art!cte« )
I tr* iurcre-ted in knowing that the state lit j
< is strict in requiring them to seek the own J
S ers. through advertisement and otherwise; ]i
J snd that failure to do so. if proof can bei 1
f i-hown. involves a severe penalty. /
FOUND on train and ferry and can be ob
ty owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYSTEM. KEY
!. PIER TERMINAL, OAKLAND: Sept. 25
•si-! basket: pkg. bulb* and seeds: pkg.
kitchen otensll*; advertising matter; building
data*; lady's Jacket; pair lady's gloves; 2 pairs
ilsrk glasses. s,.j:t. _,; -Brass towe] rack: cardcase
portfolio papers: roll dry goods and embroi.
eery lessons: merchandise order; demijohn; pkg.
cap; half *tritca«e; mnsle rati. Sept. 27—Diamond
ring: accident manual; typewritten paper; pkg.
paper** purse: neck fur. Sept. 28—Small
- C*«e: pkg. tooth paste; loose ie„f memo
rauduoi: matting:: lunch box; pkc. child's dress,
etc.; aatled box. addressvd for shipping; 2 para
sol,.; pair gloves; pke. trousers; kodak in case: j
oka*, shirt; pkg. united salmon: pg. box caudv;
neck'fitr; Masonic pin; gold chain; watch fob.
Sept. 29—Pkg. pajamas; sweater: fountain pen:
parasol: handbag: purse; K. AA. M. receipt; roll
blank leases: pocketbook; pkg. collars. Sept.
SO -Pkg. trousers; geometry; grip; roll trans
window signs: bible; umbrella; pkg. pr.
old slippers; pkj. iron woshers. Oct. 2—Ham
mer; pr. gloves; pocket book; pkg. poultry food;
pkg. hose; tin folding lunch box: roll musical
America: empty purse. Oct. B—Pr. gloves;
child's handbag: Italian bank monthly state
cap of fountain iw»d: roil of music, <irt.
Phonographic record: pair gloves; pkg. inedi
■ 'ie; box of sdrertising matter in sealed en
-: knit shawl: roll of patterns; pkg. eer
set; pkg. pa -*rip beak S, P.; pkg. old
pes. Oct. .V-Bathing* suit: bank book;
purse; overcoat; pkg. socks and handkerchiefs;
pkg hinges; pkgs. collars. Oct, ft—Key; box
per-.. Oct. 7—Purse: book: pkg. kodak
: pkg, gloves snd underwear: violin bow.
Single clove; brooch pin: 2 ladies' hand
nusc roll; pkg. nightgowns: pair gloves;
-• box rice; neck fur; roll music; pkg. pair
-..
FOUND snd can be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY. CORNER
UYDE and CALIFORNIA STS.: Aug. 13—Dia
mond breastpin; pearl handle knife; set of false
teeth.
EM or more for (he return of « small
containing money and two rin-rs valued
a**-heirloom-: lost on Key Route. Repanaiber *.'.">.
to ... Woodland ay. i'ix>_e Park 3351.
LOST AND FOUND
Continued
FOUND ou trains and fen? and can be ob
tained by owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIKR: Sept. 20—Pkg. hard
ware; pkg. clothing: l'dy's jacket, black; lady's
Jacket, red: lady's handbag: glove: hand satch
el; notebook; 3 suitcases; sack of tinware; tele
i4i"n« mouthpiece. Sept. 23—-Pkg. hardware;
spectacles; roll blue prints; 2 prs. shoes; 2 Iron
rings: roll wire; thermos bottle; 2 keys; com
mittee book; story '->ook: box overalls; black
purse: pkg. dishes: pkg. collars: 2 black gloves;
I child's hat; overcoat: pkg. clothing. Sept. 2* to
l vs—Rain coat; 2 pkgs. clothing; 2 black gloves;
roll of papers: set of false teeth: small empty
i head purse. Sept. 2S to 2»—B pkgs. clothing;
2 raincoats: black overcoat: blue coat; gray coat;
lady's neckpiece; roll pipers; metal purse; box
j shies; pkg; hardware: cap; lady's hat; grip;
J memo hook: 2 gloves: 2 books. Sept. 30 to Oct.
i 1-4 pkg*. clothing: roll of paper; small black
lease; lunrh box: soft hat; child's coat: book;
I 2 pieces brass casting: bundle of canvas; black
wallet. Oet, 2—Grip: lady's fur; lunch box;
pair gloves; black scarf; roll music: straw suit
| case; pkg. stationery. (let. "5 -Pkg. clothing;
child** eeet; e:irrv a se; soft hat; cap; leather
case; can of oil; overcoat: lady's hat; suitcase;
linen fluster: pair of spectacles; pkg. medicine.
Oet, 4. .". and B—Feather boa: note hooks; 2
book*; pkg. wo,*'; pair of gloves; shopping bag;
2 hand hags: 2 purses; kodak; hat and furs;
child's coat: ladies' b«t : red sweater: veil; spec
tacles (in casei; swuril: derby hat: pkg. papers.
KOL'ND and can De obtained by owner at the
SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS. CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAR STATION.
SECOND AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH ST..
OAKLAND: Sept. 21—Punch; gold pin: clctb;
■She*toe; pair glasses; song hook: suitcase. Sept.
23—Lady's black purse; child's purse; dinner
pail; small purse; bundle of overalls square paper
pkg.; tin pail; paint brush; can paint; lady's
gloves. Sept. 24—Pr. lady* gloves; lady's
purse; bar pin; straw hand grip; small punch;
sultltox: straw lunrhbox. Sf-iu. 2.V--BOX talc
powder: small brown suitcase; fountain pen.
Sept. 27—Pkg. cloth: pkg. linen and Isce; girl's
red sweater; black lunrh box full of raffle tick
ct.s; baby shoes: large red grip. Sept. 28—
Straw basket: small brown grip: canteen; shirt;
underwear. Sept. 20--Wrench, lady's small alli
gator purse: leather hand grip; straw lunchbox.
Sept. 30—Black scarf: white overalls; card case;
package. Oct. 1.-Vise; lady* tan gloves; lady's
purse. Oct. 2—Lady'r white belt; ladvs Mark
purse: small psekage; -'*dy's silver watch: brown
suitcase; lady's brown gloves, 2 pr.: blank book;
straw market basset: ;>eauty ptn: German book.
0.-r. 4—Large black no- 1,00k: cake; bar.
beauty ptn stones on it ort. .I—Pictures: glove;
small pin: fountain pra: .'I large photographs: 2
boxes shotgun shells; tel. basket: gray coat*
matting basket. Oct. ■*.—Ladles* handbag; pkg.;
pair pliers; small suitrase: wnrrh fob: child's
hlue cfiat. Oct. 7 Beauty ptn. lady's Mark purse;
package; snifH suitcase; Odd Fellows* emblem..
FOUND and can be ootalned by owner at
POLICE DEPARTMENT. HALL OF JUSTICTB.
KEARNY and WASHINGTON STS.: Sept. IS—
A lot of canned fruit, »t SCB Pennsylvania *t.
Sept. 24 —A sack of potatoes. NW. corner of
O'Farrell and Grant ay. If owners will call at
the property rlagk's office of this department, at
Kearny and Washington st*., and prove owner
ship tbe same will be delivered to them. Sept.
25- Box surgical instruments", found In East st.
Sept. 27—Yellow metal chain and cross, fomd In
Fillmore st. csr. Sept. 10—Basket, found In
doorway in Halght st.; grip containing baseball
and player's suit, found st corner nf Waller and
"Steiner sts. Ort. 2--Several sarks r.f grain
found af lav. Bryant, st.: ladVs handbag fo.jnd
ft Haigbt and Stanyan sts; sark of sugar. fo !ir *d
In Fell st. between Van Ness avenne and Frank,
te.; rase of coca, found at corner of
Fillmore and Hermann sts. Oct. .1--Stamped
>:.«v P aper wrappers, found at Ellis and Market
-•>.; purse, fotmd in front of fiiff House; f. m „]\
vice and lot of key-, based at Fifth ay. «md Ful
ton a*. Oct. 4 Diamond breastpin, found on
Mount Tamalpals.
FOUND *nd can be obtained by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS eastern district. NINETY-SIXTH AY
and EAST FOURTEENTH ST.. OAKLAND!
Sept. 20—Electrical Airings; purse; books; lodg*
pin; watch and fob; hatpin: bundle old cloth
Sept. 22—Lunch bssket; small suitcase; brooch,
pin; parasol: baby cart. Sept. 23—Ribbon;
purse; book: c»n<?. Sept. 24—Purse; pkg of dry
goods; book: suitcase; oheet music. Sept. 26
Gloves; lunch basket; parasol; watch and fob;
purse; kodnk Alms: boy'g coat. Sept. 27
Gloves; hand satchel; bshv carriage; lunchbox'
bundle of cloth. Sept. 28—Lunch basket; eye
glasses: book; gas hose; bundle of cloth' can of
lard; valise. Sept. 20—Bundle «.f papers: bible;
bundle of cloth; purse; pkg. nobles. Sept. ,*to—
Booh; roil of papers: pair shoes; pair gloves
•ultease. Oct. I—Bucket with overalls, hammer;
pkg. overalls: lady's purse: school pin. Oct. 2—
Small suitcase; beads: pun-e; basket dry goods.
Oct. 3—Gloves; stocking' fur; basket; book: um
brella, oct. 4—Satchel with clothing; bundle of
clothing; pocket knife; pair gloves: pin. OcL 6
-Hand satchel: telescope basket; suitcase. Oct
T Satchel; pair gloves; suitcase.
FOUND in streetcars and can be obtained by
owner at UNITED RAILROADS OFFICE room
502. B.*} SECOND ST.: Sept. 20—Pair spectacles;
7 pkgs.; 5 handgrips: 2 purses; badge; glove
jewel box; cave. Sept. 21—Book; 4 pkg*.; pair
spectacles; 8 purses; 2 pairs gloves; pin; parasol.
Sept. 22—Belt 2 pkgs.; 5 hand grips; hat; scarf-
I ptn: 4 purses: book: bow; pawn ticket; um
brella; veil; plctnrc; glove: pair shears: wnal!
silver plate: pocketbook. Sept. 2.*?— Bottle; 2
packages; 2 pair glove*; shew! and pillow; % pair
spectacle*; bat; brooch; pocketbook; 2 purses.
Sept. *J4—Baseball glove: knife; brooch; 4 pack
sges; P, grips; 4 purses; pair gloves. Sept. 23—
Handhag; 2 packages; 3 books; pair glove*;
knife; contract: baby shoe; can bam; purses: en
velope. Sept. 26--Suitcase; 2 packages; 2 band
grip*; 4 purses; 2 cans paint; watch fob.
FOUND on coast line trains *ik can be ob
tained by the owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC
COAST DIVISION DEPOT. THIRD and TOWN
SEND STS.: Sept. 20—Overcoat; drinking cup;
pair glove*; purse; book. Sept, 21—Book on
■Spanish. Sept. 23—Pair overalls. Sept 23—pil
low: straw hat: lady's coat; baodaaw.
FOUND 00 trains and ferry and caa be ob
tained by owner from GENERAL BAGGAGB
AGENT. WESTERN PACIFIC BY.. FERRY
BUILDING: Aug. 25—Lady's hand satchel.
LOST or stolen—English setter; answers to name
of Jeff. Liberal reward at 131 2d ay.. Rich
moud District. Those Pacific Sine.
THE SA-ST FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912*.
LOST AND FOUND
Continued
« ' .1 ' ■"» ■.■■Mi...-_M... I .N . IU ■ ~ ml ■» ■« ' -. " »■
FOUND and ran be obtained ft by owner at
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS., WESTERN DISTRICT. FIFTY-FIRST .
ST. and TELEGRAPH AY. OAKLAND: SVpt,
13—Photograph; pair lady* *..- glove*; £ umbrella;
lunch ! grip: 1 2 magazines; | telescope basket; c pair
gloves: book: scarf and j veil: notebook and bills;
pair glasses ■in ; case; 5 memorandum book. i« Sept.
14—Stickpin; band sx and pair pant*. Sept. 15 —
Lady's ; black > coat. Sept. I«—Photograph. Sept.
17—German W book; I fur ■ tip. Sept. a 18— Purse; <
gold l ring. Sept. ( 13—Man's I felt i hat; I handbag,
book* and < shoes; * student** [ notebook. 2 Sept. 20—
Hand ex.; breastpin; pair overall*; vanity box.
Kept. 21—Matting case. . ■'.. ' ■•^jT.ng
ARTICLES lost •on the 3 TOAST DIVISION re
maining on hand at THIRD SXD TOWNSEND
STS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled i, for: g Oct. I—
King: 1 package clothes: package hardware; ov-r
-coa t; i book. Oct. 5 ? 2—Hat; | pair * gloves: 5 overcoat.
Oct. 3—Package 1 clothes: I umbrella. I Oct. 4—Um
brella: package paper: roll plans.
5 FOUND t and ' ran be I obtained Iby owner at the
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND TERMINAL RYS..
northern 8 district. TWENTIETH ST. and MAC
DONALD f AY.. RICHMOND: Aug. 22—Stickpin;
market bag. Aug. 23—Man's hat; pkg. contain- 1
ing » clothe*. Aug. 24—R01l iof •' music; i pair of
pact*. Ang. 25—Pair 1 baseball I shoe*.*!' Ang. 2* — ■
House plan. .<TiiS!BmSffii
6 FOPND and ran be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA SST CABLE RAILWAY. CORNER
HvriF and rMAW&MA STS.: I Ort. 11 to 16---.!
1 bible: 1 alligator hand bag; 1 lady's glove:
I 1 lady's veil; I bottle llsterine; 1 pair baby s
gloves'- 1 «in<"'l <"ed mil's** 1 ama" Mac* pflrsr:
1 checkbook Wells Fsrgo Nevada National bank.
LOST —October *". Alcazar theater, lady's J gold
watrh and pin set with *lngle diamond; good 1
if reward. MISS BERNARD, Hotel | Bulck, 215
■ O'FarreM.st. •y--g«lgg_»l§B]
LOST An envelope containing a bar pin with ;|
H#f diamonds 3 and 1 pair quartz earrings, near
' v ic,th | and I Dolores f at*;; liberal reward. 476
Page : st. ••■■■■■•■•/ :;■•.-■.■•■•>. •/■■>■•, . _________
FOUND—One I Mark ■cocker i'span lei dog. Owner
gf apply to i F.. A. RAYNAUD. Chamber of Com
merce, at Meiggs wharf. ' . '.'ifjffSßSr
LOST— Brlndle bulldog; ear* aid tall I trimmed:
3 heavy collar: license* sßedding,: Cal. * ' Return
t; 714 > Naples st.; |rew«rd.-»ijM"-li»Sll-lSl£?M^^
LOST—Wednesday .*«?' October 2. on 9 Fillmore st..
pS.'jF.'S bag containing nurse. Telephone Pied
mont 442. . . . ■ ■' ■■ .
LOST—Rat tall spaniel dog;,-license .-"7 73« Re
turn 7JI Union at; phone Douglas 2034; re
ward. . ■ . -:*&£&
LOST—Sender, oo J Key Rente host, " silver purse;
|j Initials! Inside A. M. T. 2309j Bosh St.; j reward.
BUSINESS J 3 ERSONA LS
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print ille
; gitimate advertisements. If g any reader can ,;
■ furnish J Information that s any advertisement *in j
? this column Is not legitimate send It to The j
■0 Call lin I confidence, and %if 4 found f correct | tbe ;
advertisement will be discontinued. j
A—EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS— j
. All diseases rurc-1; strictly confidential; con
£• sultation ! free; 1 hour* 10 S. Sunday* i 10-5. DRS. !
CHAN * CHAN HERB CO., Ifllfi Sutter st.
AA —WIGS, toupees, ISOB I Fillmore i stM Gentle-
H men's I dept.. 2271 1 California. Est. 1*««. fit <
LEDERER. Mr. Lederer in charge. Work guar.
MISS BERNARD, steam baths and electric treat
sjment; Van's Mexican hair restorer: select pat- 1
3s ronage only. 21" ] O'Fsrreil J st.. S. F.. office 15. j
N. Y. HAIR DRESSING PARLOR: OPEN gVEN
■p, ING 8: ? switches, puffs, psyches; J pin curls made
i 2Sc up. 2055 Sutter near Fillmore; West 1890. \
GERMAN j nurse wishes a few more engagements
W for | massage, manual Sor vibratory; » Nauheim ;.
id hath. 026 j Hyde st. between 5 G'eary and Post.
HAIR on face never grows again when treated by
me with electric needle; 2."> yrs. practlre. MRS.
■ NETTIE HARRISON. 1008 j Sutter near Hyde.
101 1 POST ST R. 202— DAILY. 10 A. M TO 0
P. M : ELECT. TIB VAPOR HERB BATHS:
A STERN MASSEUSE AND MANICURE
DRUOLESB ) method -Chiropractic, dielettrs, e'ee.
3' light cabinet ; r hrs. 10-9. -g Ph. W. 1015, 141,"
jj O'Farrell st. Tars 20-21. . • '
UP TO DATE 1 bath jj and massage j parlors; eler.
61 vlbra. treat. 1012 Fillmore st.. office 17.
LOUISE ; PASCO, eastern massage and elert. vih.
treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis st.: hrs. 10 to 10.
GERMAN nurse < massage, eler. and vlb. treat.;
H eler. coat. 1587 FBI more. Open \ Sun. hrs. 10-10.
CORTEZ thermal baths, salt % glow, elec. vlh.
3 915 Van f Ness f cor. Ellis, suite t 203. hrs. 11-10.
CABINET and tub baths for rolds and rheuma
tism: alrohol treat., man. 1114 Devisadero st.
MASS.. ancient meth.: nerve spec. Madam Sparta.
83 2fiS4 O'Farrell | st. nr. Devisadero. West M3SL
MASSAGE--Eler. and v|b. treats, for rbe«m. and
g» nerves. 1122 1 Market st. opposite 7th. room {3.
HOT 1 salt 3 water baths, alrohol. oil treatments.
Sg 423 > ifith \ st.. Oakland. Private: |no - sign.*S|^^
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse: open Snndsv, 10
to 10. 407 West hank bldg.. 830 Market st.
FRANKLIN 1 Electric Institute. ? 535-53*? Whitnev
bldg.. 133 Geary st. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to 10.
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse: fare and sr*lp treat
ments. 34 Ellis St.. rm. 310; hours 1-10 p. m.
MISS F. ROGERS, late Jof? Chicago, masseuse—
jg Scalp] treatment. Room 301. 34 Ellis st.
RHEUMATISM ■ treated SI hv .Tsnanese masseur
with dry hot air bath. l7ftT> Geary st.
MEDICATED baths and treatment: \ hours il* to S.
h\ Sundays 11 to 8. 1450 Broadway. Oakland.
GERMAN herb capsvle for women: no operations.
•jS 1524 ; Pacific. ay.. Alameda. Ray statlon. l^^^^
WELLS' MAGNETIC AND SPA LP TREAT
MENTS. 1065 MISSION ST.. ROOM 58.
MRS. WISE. 015 Eddy st.—Hot water baths;
~\ magnetic { and | massage treatments.
PERSONALS
G. C MANN, please 1 send address *• fa) bo-c 00*?,
Call office. ■ ; ■• ■ ■
'■I .. ■■ ~ — ' ... !___!_.
MATRIMONIAL
MATRIMONIAL paper; ' many wealthy: many
v marriages. MRS. % RELL, ISIS * Magnolia tav. ~?
Los Angele*. t , . •
MARRY—Thousands i tired ! living alone: all ages;
rail or write. MRS. R. HYDE. 2677 Mission.
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, SPIRITUALISM
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium: con
sultation fl at her home. 1164 O'Farrell- hv
•"* letter. 4 questions, fj. Phone Franklin 6722.
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YOGA PHILOSOPHY
HINDU Yogs Philosophy frftigionl gives you
%■■ health, prosperity i happiness: f classes ; and i iec
tnres. PROF. MON*ROE. 927 Clay st.. Oakland.
ASTR O L OGY
MISS STARR, astrologist. reads your full life
.;,* srientifically. 555 Eddy st.. Eagle apartments.
CLAIRVOYANTS
A $5 trance clairvoyant reading for $1. '
HENRY MANSFIELD tells all; Jnst what
p you | want |to S know, whom, when I yon | marry,
»X what sickness you % have, who f; ran * cure yon,
|| names, dates, secrets spells, weakness; re
-14 moves evil % conditions; § long. full. deep, dead i :
■ trance ires dings; palmtist, astrologer, spirit me
dium: hastens s marriage, gives f good i luck: helps
»S* v>ti eln | "ove. divorce, business, mining health,
S| law hurled treasure. 1144 Market ! st.-s.U-'
FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1.
A—IF yon wish to consult a GENUINE EGYP
TIAN CLAIRVOYANT, one that is able to .
S foresee the most remarkable things, no matter
what I they J are. do not fall Ito consult | the I MAR
VELOUS PRINCESS ZORAIDA: she tells your
B name and exactly what you called for.- positive-
Jy without asfcine a ques.; special read.. 50c;
hr*. 10-9. 1843 Fillmore nr. Sutter: closed Snn.
MISS ZFMDAR. young, gifted elalr. and l palmist:
l>,*|ai wonderful pronhetess; hours 10 to 10: ladles
SQc- gentlemen *1. r>»vls»dero near Tnrk
DEAFNESS AND CATARRH
ONE WEEK FREE—For f2 we cure catarrh,
deafness, bronchitis, asthma. We make from
m herbs Ia \ cure for i every 8 disease. Sample* ( free
by mail. 10c. HERB REMEDY CO., 935 Mar
ket st.. rooms 201-2.
DR. IRA G. LEEK—AII kinds of ? dental | work.
517 Fillmore st. near.Oah.'^j^it-g-aiJ-fe^'L-*^
uwrnm^mrnmrnwrn
i STAMMER? -I Method for cure explained FREE.
ga M. L. HATFIELD. IMS | Grove. Oakland. Cal.
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pmrsiciANS
W&BSB&S&AZ, SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
_\ Reliable i graduate phyaiclsn; sure and quick • re
sults: Jno detention from ' home or occupation; 1 an
tiseptic ««d i painless; ; consultation ' free. Room !3.
1025 * Market let, ftth j and 7th: hrs. a 10-4. 8:30-9.
DISEASES men and women specialty; physician
surgeon. WSNN DRUG CO.. 128 Sd st.
- . , ,;.... : MEDICAL fa y.rfr •
VALPSAU'S female pills; best regelating pill*
l| •old; price J |2.50 by express; Jener ;; syringe
S and tablets, price $5. by express only on re
ceipt of price. OSGOOD I BROTHERS, 4 whole
«ale drnggisU. 7th and Broadway. Oakland.
CATARRH AND DEAFNESS
EAR noises positively corta; new; antiseptic; 1
week. free to convince. DR. COTTINGHAIf,
expert ; ear, nose, throat. 821 Market, room eOS
INVALID CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchanged: manufacturer of Kame*
tricycle chair. 1714 Market st.; tel. Park I 2940.
111 till l lliiii' iam iiiMnjni miienf i' n—■ mmim ■ i i —_ f- mi"—r" l, '*''"''""f^' f " l ***rA L Mif'lr t
S. F. Dog-Cat s Hosp.. 1871 * Fatten nr. Broderlck;
animals treated, board: ambulance. Wert 8343.
fnsjcjnsu,"«« «nim_~—™*><.-?.^.„.- ™~*^'*'*^ mm^_____W_M§!£_
MATERMTY JfOMES _
ST. MARGARET'S Maternity Home—Confinement
- specialty; adoption: special treatment for all
P female jj troubles. 341 East 14th I at.. Oakland.
SHEPHERD'S MATERNITY SANITARIUM. 1707
a 13th | »v., Oakland—Mothers and | girl* j received.
S. F. LYING-IN HOME. 1101 Oak st.—Adoption.
DR. LORD, res. phy. ;: eenfnit. $25.11 Mrfct. 4469.
-■■ •-■»-___-" 'n -' imimmssssssssa
m^^g^^_^p^n^a^mmm mx^' B»«~»>^=^=™<*™- o T_^Biajaap_o
S. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 307
Sntter st; pbone Kearny 5852 tBLUE WAGON)
M —Carpets, ruga quickly, thoroughly .< cleaned on
P floor i. without removal. , a Estimates ■ free. 1
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST~CLEANING. 3c YD.
DEAL DIRECT WITH RICE'S CARPET WKS..
UW, HARRISON ST.: PHONE MARKET 2-6-2
WHEN § you | become I disgusted i with poor work,
If send I your I carpets to jJ. SPAULDING | A CO.,
353 Tehama St.; | Douglas 13084,1 Home J2347.
AA -NATIONAL Carpet ! Beating Works. Hamp
ton & Bailly. 344-348 Church | St.; I Market ISO.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning: alterations, ren-
It ovating, laying. 560 Devlsadero: ph. Park 569.
STORAGE And MOVING VANS
ANDERSON'S Transfer and Storage Co.—Mov
"'r.lng.'S packing, shipping, etc.: trunks stored » 3
if days j free. 983-087 # Howard j st.: j Douglas j 2177.
WILSON | BROS. CO., fireproof ', storage, moving!
■f packing, shipping. Removed Ito J 1636 f Market !
.. St. near Height: pbone Park 271. .- ' -.
BF.MNS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY—
E* Fireproof I. warehouses. 13th and *> Mission t at*.*
Phone Market 1344. or Home M 1313.
: FIERCE-RODOLPH STORAGE I CO., 1450 Eddy
jjjgtrYf phones West S2S. Home ; S2B2S.
EDUCATIONAL
ENGINEERING —Civil, electrical, mining, mceh..
S survey assay, cyanide; day. eve.: estab. 1865.
Van der Nailien ; school. Slst i and [ Tel.. Oakland.
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression: oratory,
M after dinner and extempore speaking. 1112 Mkt.
ENGLISH school for foreigners. 2513 Bush St.:
'$_ phone Fillmore 021. Office hours.*; 5:30-6:30 pm.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2161 Shattuck ay..
g& Berkeley. I'aL. room 4, Wright \ block.^_a@s_ai
i*__^^?\ : ' S ''' A TTORNEYS ' ''-$_£•**£
ADVICE : FREE—No charge onless successful; all
g cases, all business ] quickly and quietly attend-
J§|ed to: SI bankruptcy: Ss general practice; A open '
it every evening. 1028 Market St.. room ? 12.*i|S5'
R. W. KING, attorney at law Grant bldg.. Mar
bet and 7th. room 320: all cases: low fees: ■ noth
ing In advance or for circulation. Ph. Mkt. 912.
ADVICE FREE: f decrees, collections, bankruptcy
ifl'andl all \ law cases. S3O Market j St.. room 602. 1
HARRIS A- HESS, attorneys at law: »W. T. Hess.
notary public Room 709 Hearst building.
__________ , . t _^.joN™_nß«(iiaai
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN R. RTTKSTELL. ft P. A.. 3d floor. Clsus
Spreckels (CalD building; phone Kesrny 4151.
, : PATENT ATTORNEYS '
AA—ARTHUR L. SLEE. Registered Patent Atty.
and Merlianical Expert—U. S. and foreign pat
ents solicited, inventions perfected; our me
chaniral and patrnt office r drawings can not be
|S equaled. 7'>4 : 705 Foxcroft bldg., 68 1 Post St.;
*. phone Dopgl as 1". ■- • - -~ ':■•.."- .:
DEWEY. STRONG & CO. Founded 1860: U. S.
and forejgn *| patents: inventors' guides; 100
fi mechanical movements free, nil-916 J Crocker
il building. San Francisco. • ■
C. P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. patent office; \
MU.IS-1 mid foreign patents. 704 Pacific bldg.
H. C. SCHROEDER. patent, tradesmark attorney g
417 First National Bank huMding. Oakland.
COAST NOVELTY CO.. 2108; I.VTH * ST.—TOOLS.
g| DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK.
BUSINESS COLLEGES
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of Civil.
m Electrical. Mining. Architectural: S day, even
ing: established 1863. 425 McAllister st.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS § COLLEGE. 1 908
M Market st. opp. stb—Day and j evening j sessions.
ALL court I reporters ! . recommend 1 Gallagher-Marsh ;
_8 Business I College. T256 i Market st.-si-6&tl_*3s~s
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FURS __
AD. KOtoUP. reliable furrier: repairing, remod
eling: dvclng at popular prices. 222 Monadnock
b bldg.: - phone : Douglas 3023. .*.-..;. ,i^fe^>^^ i
BUTTONS AND PLEATING'
STEELE'S ! button work*. 222 Ellis nr. Mason: ph.
Frntiklln 4."2 l and C 4521; mail orders solicited.
i ii .'
, DRESS I MAKING
MADAME A. SILVAIN. fashionable French dress
M maker; 5 evening gowns a specialty at-moderste
*fl prices. 1557 California st. near Polk. Phone
' Franklin 2392. - J
McDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School:
ft evening W classes: patterns | cut |to I order. 121
_ Geary ' st. near Grant far. : Douglas j g73l.*B^g
PKRCIVAL Dressmaking SchooL 3d ay. cor. B.
loth st., Oakland; phones Merritt 1051. 81735.
iIME" MADELEINE—ARTISTIC GOWNS: re
modeling: I stout \ ladle* | a specialty. 1615 Polk.
MRS. DUCKENFIELD.. cv.. street, house dresses.
B 2848 Steiner bet. Vallejo-Green: tel. West 6312.
'.' ' ' .' i ii i >'
" : HAIR GOODS :U:
lm—*m~,~++_w..~~~.~~m—_~*~.~« ... .— ■ ,m c,- i*-U-_a M^-PH.M -^s--_« J *^-M W _e^_»-'
NORMANDIE ! HAIR , DRESSING I PARLOR—SPE
m CIAL REDUCTION f for. I switches, puffs, err..
dnr. Oct. and:- Nov. 2067 Sntter st. West 8783.
EMPLQYMENT OFFICES
AAA—DOUGLAS ; 3532. Home < C466s—Best f Japa
nese. Chinese. Filipino help: I all i kinds of ; work.
g6 ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 521 Grant ay.
______________ jZW*^^^_E^&^B-291^
Japanese f and F Chinese : employment t office.
; T. TAMURA & i CO.. 1612 Laguna I *W__mM
GRANT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 531 1 Grant jar.**
m Chinese. Japanese j and j Filipino I help; also cook-
IS ing srbool. Phone ; Kearpyj74T.'-m£^^^iSt3M
C. D. KINNEY -Chinese employment bureau, •■ac
cessor to J. Conn. Phone Douglas 3162. 785
Clay st. ; ' --> ■■■ ■ '.-••■-.•'■ ' -*
STAR Emp. office—Japanese-Chinese help. W.
KODATA. 1610 Geary; tel. West 167; 8-2706.
HORI & CO.—Best Japanese and i Chinese I help :of
all kinds. 1711 Post St.; West 2803. 8-2503.
ALL kinds lof help i furnished I with csre. dispatch.
West 5688— OSCAR HATSUMI—I3I3 Geary.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
, FEMALE Kv^'i^i.^S!
AMIABLE lady with boy 2 years old wishes posi
@ tion fas i housekeeper '; m • private | family; * good
ft rook: Ici ty| or country. Box j 540, Call | office.
CAPABLE i young i woman wishes I position; | good
X cook | and i housework jor J assist.; * wages no i ob-
H ject; I please i state particulars; j city or country.
iyi Box .■■ 531. Call 1 office. £i^^V^S&___fSlStt)B9BAi
I DRESSMAKER, lately from New York city i and
. of * long ! experience; • capable jof I first: class work
§Slnl every s wav; out at #2.50 per day: reference.
MRS. T. 11. QURK. 1224 Laguna st.
! EXPERIENCED young ■ lady wishes Ia ? position ■aa
ma) private exchange , operator. Box 613. j Call.
REFINED 4 widow > wishes " position 'as housekeeper;
•fa good home wished more than large salary; la
good cook. Box 614, Call office. . ■ -ISteSagg
WAITRESSES—I or 2 neat waitresses would
m like g positions In i private tj boarding house lor
■- ■-. restaurant. Address i MISS 'L. M., ; 1321 Octavla
M St.; | pbone West j 8844.-*^S.^^?i^^B^^
2 GERMAN girls wish positions as chambermaids
In hotel. Pbone Douglas -901.
WANTED—position by an experienced $ nurse;
a obstetrical "-',- cases preferred Call m Franklin ;
M 6767, room 508. r,_; - "": ■' .AfAHSBQ
WIDOW « with % a bey 9 ' year* i old 5 want* 1 position
|I as housekeeper for widower: no objection to 1
child: prefer a place In Oakland. Call or write
to S5l Apgar (38th St.). Oakland.
YOUNG . lady,g wishes I position Sss I saleslady: ex
perienced.- Address MISS GREEN, 806 McAl
|iJiater:|phone,LMarkexlB<»6;sSa^S^»»^^
YOUNG % lady 1 wishes * position ac second I girl or
m light housework; reference*. Addreaa box 611,
Call oto<^W^^! : '
•===s= ■.. ggggggacg !„V[ ' Jr?
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
AMBITIOUS young man wants position aa
electrician's helper, to learn trade. Box 771,
Call office. v t Vy - -,-: t -*^Bsa_w
CARPENTER foreman, first elaaa man. 7 year*
mm » building ito sell game, want* l position with
' owner or 1 contractor; • »Q1 ? farnlah plana. Box
541. Call ojMce, - ,V*., S,v#Sg#t^^te^
COMPETENT ehan-aa-r anal meelsawtc. one who
1* capable of taking ear* of a car and •assenr
-5: fand. i all : a boat repair work. i **%%»!*££
ta cite or oonntry: ref. given. Aanxaes ASM
LockaJer, a v., Oakland;
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
, M At,ta__r nntiitttca)
MANUFAc 11 'ReW« AND
A RKM.I.Y UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY.
! have sbsotitte faith In rtiy ability to msle
rtjlly Increase yoor <»|p« *»•( profit*. Inasmuch
aa l have had B yeses' pr*<*He»l Mpprl«>»r# In
every branch of advertising and merrbatidlslng.
especially ss regards the i-restloti and 1 mansge
ment of system*!!"- campaigns based on sound
facts sod scientific stiiilvsls which hate |n almost
every case he*ti most *t***res«ful. As to sdvertls
lag—t produce origins!. I"»!r*| copy In *ny form
or style, *nd have n thorough knowledge of lay
out, makeup, art work, type and printing. As t<i
my ability slong merchandising lltt*«. I should
like the opportunity ♦» prove way knowledge of
practical salesmanship and orgsnlxsHon. t am St
present employed, bin desire a flH»l wherein I
may exert my efforts Io belter sarsntsge, Mj*>
character and references will be, found sattsfs"
tory. Address E T X . care InformsHoo S™^"^
CARPENTER, iionnnlrtn. wsnTs" any kind of car
penter work; |3 per day Rot Fi?B. Call.,
CHAUFFEUR v. 2*J yesr* of sec;
can drive any cm- of tiu-k. jiml r'pslr. B"t
OOfl. Call of flee
CHAUFFEUR wants position In private family,
city or country; ftiilv able to take .-are of far;
speaks English and German! age WtSi Bern
references. Box 7T2. Call office.
CHAUFFEUR mecha"iTl~ "poslTivTly high c|a*«
man; married; 18 years' driving and shop e«
perience: best references; §I2"> per month.
WM. NELSON. 74"\ 2Nth st.
EXPERIENCED colored chanffeur, honest and
sober, neat apposrsner. wishes to hstr po»i
tlon with private fsnillv Address OF-OROE
WILLIAMS, box 7'iS. Call office.
FRENCHMAN. 40 years old, would Ilk- to get
Job as porter; good references; call from a to
11 *. ny M. AI-I.EGRE. 7SO Broadway, rare
of Hotel de France.
GRANITE AND MARBLE CUTTER.
Also rarver. wants a situation In monument or
marble shop. Address JOS. HIMMEK. box 82.
Marble, Colo.
GARDENER, single. Swiss, understands the .are
of flower and vegetable garden, horses, cows,
automobile, chickens, handy with tools. bl<|im
position on gentleman's place. FRITZ KIT
FER. 66.1 flay st.
GARDENER, first riass all around man. middle
aged, single, with good ref., wishes situation
with private party. Address box , r .3f). Call.
GERMAN, 25. wishes position as houseman, por
ter or anything; 'v tiling to work. Box ."•''..l.
<• Call office.
LADIES' tailor, rutter and fitter, desires posi
tion: thoroughly understands the trade; best
of referenres. Bo\ sR.*i, Call office.
MAN. 43, temperate, educated, willing, small
family, needs work; will take anything. Box
i*94. Call office.
MIDDLE AGED man to take charge of warehouse
or drive wagon; can give bonds and refer
ences. Address 3192 16th st. ________
PORTER, saloon, can tend bar. American, de
sires position. Address S. P. C. 103 3d st.
POSITION wanted to take care of a private
place, garden, horse, cow, etc., by a sober,
steady man of experience: first class refer
ences. *gox 57ft. Tall office.
RAG piano player; (no transpose). GREGSON,
Hotel Anglo. *J4l fith st.
SITUATION wanted by a man who has had
many years' experience as an accountant and
collector; familiar with the San Francisco
streets. Address box 506. Call office.
SITUATION wanted as oiler, belt maker: handy
with machinery and tools: strictly sober, in
dustrfons. Box 681. Call office.
YOUNG man. energetic, welt recommended, thor
oughly acquainted with the city, wishes posi
tion with wholesale or manufacturing concern
as shipping clerk, collector or outside man;
can give satisfaction. Box 707. Call office.
YOUNG num. handy with tools, wants work of
any kind: can furnish reference. Address box
Tiff*. Call office.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
WANTED-EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN FOR
ART NEEDLEWORK DEPARTMENT. AP
PLY THE WHITE HOUSE ART NEEDLE
WORK DEPARTMENT. 3D FLOOR.
AAA—Telephone operators. Permanent positions
for young women and girls.
Salaries from $1 to $.**' per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salaries paid while learning.
Call at telephone building, Pine and Steiner
sts.. San Francisco.
Employment office open week days, S a. in
to 8 p. m.
Sundays and holidays. 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Call or telephone West 7506. or Oakland 131.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS OR OVER
ALLS FOR STRING WORK DEPARTMENT:
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY: PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LEVI STRAUSS & CO.,
VALENCIA ST., BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR. DAVIS.
IF you are looking for a good position In any
particular line, file copies of your references
with The Call's free employment bureau and
we will assist you In securing employment.
Office hour* 9 a. m. till noon.
SEVERAL young lsdies and women for factory
work: opnortunity to learn a good business and
fair salary st start. See MR, LEVAN, business
office. The Call. 9 a. m. till noon.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING — THE FAMOUS
PEATY. P. V., SYSTEM. Enroll now. CALIF.
BCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 967 Market at..
second floor, near Empress theater.
WANTED—-An assistant buyer for infanta' wear
department; experienced and capable woman
desired. Apply, stating experience and aalary I
expected to box 669, Call office.
$15 WEEKLY paid lady of neat appearance;
work can be done from home. ALCADE MFG.
CO.. Como bldg.. Chicago.
GIRL under 20 to do map coloring; no pre
vious experience necessary; easy hours. 410
Wells Fargo bldg.
YOUNG lady for vaudeville act: call today
between 9 a. m. and 12 noon. MR, MYERS,
Winchester hotel.
EXPERIENCED millinery salesladies for Sator
dsys; extra pay. THE BANNER MILLINERY,
P25 Market at.
GET MARRlED—Thousands tired living alone*,
all ages. Call or write MRS. HYDE, 2677
Mission st.
WANTED—GirI for presscr; also one for polish
machine. One But. Iron Col. Laundry, 1399
York *t.
CASniERS snd wrappers: must be 16 or over.
Apply superintendent's office, THE EMPORIUM.
EXPERIENCED saleswoman for neckwear. Apply
superintendent's office. THE. EMPORIUM.
EXPERIENCED saleswoman for hosiery. Apply
superintendent's office. THE EMPORIUM.
GIRL to serve coffee In cafeteria: must be expe
rienced. Apply EMPORIUM CAFE.
GIRL for general housework and cooking; small
family; good wages. 1255 Fulton st.
WANTED—OIrIs to fsce dried fruit*. Apply
foreladf, GUGGENHEIM A CO. 1301 Sanaome.
GLOVE MAKERS: steady work. Call or address
CARSON GLOVE CO.. San Rafael. Cal.
WANTED—IOO young lady clerk*. Apply S. W.
WOOL WORTH CO.. 891 Market at.
LABELERS on can goods; also girls to atrip
labels. Address box 946, Call office.
GIRLS for wholesale drug house. P. O. box
367. city.
TBE FILLMORE BBANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE gT.
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED—Cooks and waiters, bellboy*, bnaboye,
elevator men, theater ushers, male help only,
to register; no fee charged; position* secured
free. I am placing men In position* every
day; If you are looking for work, come and
see me; I may.be able to place yon; If you
are looking for information, save year steps.
Apply after 12 o'clock. !»*» Powell at..
downstair*. See Mr. Davenport.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND BRAKEMEN
for nearby railroad*; 980 te $100 monthly; age
18 to SO; experience unnecessary; no strike;
promotion to engineer, conductor; railroad em
ploying headquartera; no charge for assist
ance to employment; state age. Bead stamp
T* 0 * KAUMAX ABSOCIATIOif,
box 880. Call office. ,
BOYS wanted. 15 years ef age. with bicycle*.
S& mtS-i 1 : 80 *° ■•* **** im *<** -*-*• °*
MALE HELP WANTED
'. '.""■. ' rosHtnweri _- v _-SS
WANTED ! FOR •V. * ARMY Able bodied on-
ZLttlli Wen i between fags* it '19 sod 35;, cltlaen* >
TvnmX State* of good character *nd tamper,
it! hahlta. who e*n apeak. sread 1 and writ- >he]
Rngltah iMttM-rs. " rat , *ȣ^V^Arr.J_laet
ernltieg Ofieer, *to > Market | »t.. aau FrancUco.
r»i. .___-_, __
iei'vVrii EXPERIENCED awash GOODS
ASH lINF* aiALKSMAN: PERMANENT PO
2mOV OPEN IN "NE OF * OUR a OUTSIDE
STORK" sWT SUPERINTENDENTS OF
HUH • OULOCK = WEDNESDAY. HALE
mm., IJ«__ MARKET AND HTHHIH.. S. F.
. „ _--■; f- ; ____ ,'; '.IS*B^|
. WANTED Men and women to ; ftarn \ barber^ trade
rmder Cal system: lesrw In a few week* ana
I reroute Ml evpert; may make $10 week while
II learning: % special - f ate *to the first I 8 _£ CAL.
§]■_«______<& FOE, \4R 1M st. below Mission.
WrlY *OT LEARN THE 1 barber trade r-
We le.rh you In 8 weeks; pay wsg*. while
learning: «*lO.OOO S positions * furnished * in 1 1911.
e.rn under the fioMSII "J-kTEM and laara
rlgltt Call MOLEiI BARBER COLLEGE. 234
•4*l. below Howard Write i for free catalogue
; ROOK wanted S~ Experienced gln automo
<--.-; bile i trade ;of ' accessories ; preferred; : good oppor
"t unity for voeni m*n Reply by nir-H only
statin* espertrnce. ««l«r.v wanted snd refer
-1 eneeal%offnde«Ha!. HPLITDORK EUSCTBJCAL
'. l 0..-» 431» Van Ness ay., city. *■■-- •*- ■' A^vBafcs.*r.
hotel msnager and head waitress:
_■ 1200 salary; country v.; hotel; « references f and j
local experience; this Is • good opportunity
for thole ww. can .juallfy TILFORD'S
AGFA'CV. 7«7 Market st.. room g 237,^-ia^lß
I vFaNTED- Boy* ! and young men. between If. and j
M 20. with I motorcycle; s $2.50 per day. Apply
14«1 Polk st„ fiBO Market *t.. or 258 Mont-
P gomery »Lt-4^lM^^ffi^a^^^^«^^
WANTED---Crockery I and | house furnishing goods
packer* Api.lv Id «. nt. to general manager,
NATHAN DoiIKMANN CO.. Geary and Stock
ton s(s. ,»_t__ff_<afc: SOAtKtj
r STEADY t'isn I" good, money making \ business:
can tuskc $150 n month: experience unneces
sary; f $250 i refjitlred. Market ; st.. room j 1,14.
MEN and women to learn barberlng; wages while
*|g learning; n see us it about st tuition. INTERNA
TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 790 Howard st.
WANTED —Young fe men 4to learn f auto business,
g| demand rreat. with big 1 nay. PANAMA WEST
ERN AUTO EXCHANGE. 1465 Mission st.
DOUGLAS I HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d—200
hi hard ft finished I rooms; 1 large 1 reading s room: I hot i
I;* water; rooms 25c a day. 11.25 snd $1.50 week.
MEN snd women to run moving picture , :
M machines; small coat to ; learn. 3 City Hall
■■',■■■v.. office'sls. ' -
GET married—Thousands rich, all ages, tired llv
lag alone. ? Call or : write V MRS. f HYDE. 2677
Mission ? st. " * -*• ' * *.* - ' —JttoPgg:
AUTOMOBILE driving and repairing. MOTOR
II ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. 57th I and Adeline
».ts.. Oakland. " " _ '
OFFICE BOY wanted—Excellent I opportunity for
m advancement. Apply 808 Alaska Commercial
building. -- '. :>.%xsA(&tVsiS 'gtSBOi
WANTED -White bootblack for S. S. Harvard.
Call Saturday morning, 775 Market st., barber
shop. ■•■*■-.',■
WANTED -Man 'ft to"** look after hotel > from 8
_Stp)l2 night, exchange! for J room. > 120R I Market.
; ERRAND boy wanted: good position: good
IS wages. WM. R. DAVIS. 23d j and s Mission ; st*. '
UNCALLED t for and I second hand \ shoes. 75c up; \
45 shoes : repaired while waiting. ■tf 103 i3d st. .-, : : ■■.'--;. *.
BOY In tin shop to learn trade. Apply j between
8 snd 10 at 216 Duncan st. near Dolores.
FIRST CLASS 4 pants « operators; >s steady $ work.
gg McDONALD A COLLETT. 2184 Mission st.
WAGON boys: must be lfl or over. Apply super
intendents office. THE EMPORIUM.
COAT MAKER wanted; \ steady work. 048 - Mar
!g ket St. corner Mason, room 408.
______ . '
PRESS : feeder. V' PERNAUS. 753 Market st, <
WANTED—2 carpenters with i tools jat 725 Wash
ington st.. Oakland: wages $4. ' -- * .->|^_*a
i FIRST CLASS 1 pants \ pressedK McDONALD ft
. COLLETT. 2184 Mission st.
WANTED—Reliable % single : man for stableman.
CalPal li">4 Front st. ..ag^gg
BOY for general ! work Jin wholesale i house. S Box
773. Call office. ** ~'. * ">k*_WkmmAmm\
SALESMEN AND SOLICITORS
. - - , WANTED
• ACTIVE. AMBITIOUS *
CANVASSEBS AND SALESMEN .-
FOR PIANOS AND PIANO !• PLAYERS.
. STEADY EMPLOYMENT.
GOOD PROPOSITION.
Apply VpiANo'-cof;^^^
HALLETT & DAVIS PIANO CO.,
ROOM 240 PHELAN BLDG.,
•*■■;>:iO.-T'f •■:■■::•,•; 746 MARKET ST.
WANTED—Expert specialty salesmen to I call on
the grocery trade. Call 445 Pacific building, j
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BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
™«M«»m.,»^.U | ,,,,,;,: ie »«.»,,.- ; ,,,„;<.,f!-»-^,...:*,,
BARKER REVOLVING POLES.
Mi. We 8$ have as just ffis received S* sample i 3 of S^ the '
BRACKET I CLOCKWORK S* REVOLVING POLE.
Call | and | see t It, as it iis \ the ! prettiest \ and most
' attractive g pole gon % the p market, and $no I shop
should \be I without I one. Sold V under "a '? guarantee '
and on extremely easy terms. -.>!*?*-<«»
CHAIRS. VIBRATORS, POLES. FIXTURES «f
Bold \on i installments tof $5 j per j month.
JAMES BARKER, INC.,
94 Turk | st. * - ~
ROCKS IP P •---. '-''I-b-MH'
;:/ ::z REMOVES ? THE s GLAZE s FROM ANY
- • RAZOR HONE.
try^it.%c.;-: !^:,^:.:..;: a ;v-;^
FOR 1 sale—2 chair barber shop: 2 living rooms
9_ and j bath: lease; I reason I for selling 1 going east
9$ to I sick 1 sister. ; k See fi BECKEL & % FRESHER.
60 6th st. * ;■ • .-■ - ixasto
FOR sale—Half Interest in .". chair shop; bsth;
|| short hours* Sfnol? Sunday; 1 good | paying: lease; '
trial given; part cash. The Oak. Point Rich
mond. - '•■■*■ * -»'
BEST BUY IN CITY—4 chairs, steady; right In
H Market B st.; : receipts « $150 .S week: s low rent; '
lease; bargain. See FOSTER. 830 Market st. I
SEELY'S 1 busy; j his beautiful, revolving I pole Is 1
f doing iltia largest stock nof k barber fefurn.a to !
choose from. 394 i Hayes ; st.; | phone j Park j 1242. '
BARBERS* UNION—Free emp. agency. R. H.
M BAKER. Sec., 066 : Ma.-ket: j tel. 1 ; Franklin j 8583.
FOUR CHAIR BARBER SHOP FOR SALE: i doing
Al business; VERY REASONABLE; must ! sell; j
& Investigate .at j shop. 494 3d j trt.*l^Bß*l__46—na^ai
FIRST CLASS barber wanted: $18 per week
?« guaranteed. Apply 5? BURLING AM E * BARBER ;
SHOP, Burllngame. Cal. : -. . '-'~;i\_T}&ss
FIRST clsse barber. 15 years in business, with
M best ? experience, wants i steady ,* position. *; Box
S, 612, Call office. v *lt^s_^^_ygia^gi_s_a^_f
WANTED—To I rent. *31or ?4 [ chair I barber shop; 1
_£ will 1 consider I buying; | city or I country. Box i
769, * Call office. ■■*■ . ■
- ■*
GOOD t union barber wishes steady Job: 17 years'
jgj experience; city or ; „ country. C. WUNDER,
517 Ash ay. aJB-Wb*-
BARBER wanted from Saturday. 11 a. m.. and
m Sunday: n $5. 2289 23d 1 ay. and IR. R. ay., E.
Oakland.
j FOR sale—Barber shop with r« bathroom, living
ES rooms: good f location; fc at once. 3 525 % Bth i st.,
■ Oakland- .. :/,..*..• .
SHORT hour, 3 chair shop, or furniture ■ only, for
S sale, cheap; owner has other « business. 534
Sansome st. - - .
2 chair shop; fine business: price $125: rent $10;
rooms connected. FOSTER. 204 Westhsnk.
BARBERS* * Protective Union—Employment secre
tary, W. BABON, 775 Mkt.: tel, Kearny 5384.
WE Want second i hand 1 leather covered I barber's
chairs: cash lor trade. BAUER'S. 59 j O'Farrell.
YOUNG, barber wants position in Alameda
IJ county. Address Box 5137. Call office. Oakland.
BARBER wanted In ! country town: $8 and found
"Jig and half ' over $18. Box 715. Call | office.
FOR sale —New, 8 white chair f shop; f5 1 year,
lease; terms. At BAUER'S. 57 O'Farrell st.
! HALF interest for sale Jln the best paying shop
111 down town; j; trial I given. 31 isis£_3B-afi£sS|sl
FOR I sale—A 3 chair 1 shop; 1 2 baths; a bargain.
; Address J. T. YOUNG. Qtiincy. Cal. .
TWO student { barbers 1 wanted: I steady i work. 219
Montgomery ay. near I Pacific st. z~%£m&j
2 FIRST CLASS bootblack stand* for sale. In
quire at 503 Hatgbt ; et.T^SM'li (^?'^i^^m^M
CLOCK poles, not ' $40. not $27.50. but $17.50 and
m $15. • 3262 A 22a»st:^^^^mimmk^m^mm
3 CHAIR barber shop for sale; «■ good J location.
g§eBSri*ojae»|at.'i^g^^iga ■- /
BARBER wanted; first class; steady. 1395 Va-
r £agfti|
BOOTBLACK stand for sale. 1.645 Fillmore st.
near Post.
BEST S chair shop In town for sale, 200"
Mason st.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1657 FILLMORE ST.
SEWING MACHINES—For S_/e
W^e**S^*_*<^'V*^-C?^****.^-eS^*V^*N*^-^^
SIN6BR. WHITS. NEW HOME, DOMESTIC.
AUTOMATIC. MeNALLY ha* them for less.
_"«?J*V'.--h._--^^*^-»v,a; ~__ :^Jj : : 1 ;-/- • - •
Now machine*, all make*. $15 an..
•v i- ; "-"- -.' ; - 1 ' «■>' — -' - • '
Uaed machines, all make*, $9 up. i; ..
~,,*. _-, . -- ■-____. - . .... ,
Repairing. half nanal charge*.
bating, new model*. $3 par month.' :■■■}ss£
" "/'- ;* - * - ■ i-._. * *"'
9064 Mfamten, hat, 224 and 23d; M3SS6, Mia*. 20*
N*> lath : at. at Saa Pablo, Oakland; : Oak. ' 1774
>r.'l. r *-r~ Z....J. < ,',',-; .. ,',<,-*..---- • .
AUTOMOBILES
SIX PASSENGER WINTON. IN THE BE-****.
OF CONDITION. APPLY 701 CLAYTON ST.
• CORNER WALLER.
_zz %
WE sold J» cars this weea and have just nous*.
-14 more. We buy tbem risht and can aeU
them at very low prices; 2-4-5 and 7 passes.
ger*.
PANAMA WESTERN AUTO CO..
14G5 MI«Ion st.
AUTOMOBILE trimmings and lamps nickel
plated or baked enameled; reasonable price*:
prompt deliver-**; we do It ourselves. BOESCH
LAMP CO.. 1135 Mission st.
HOWARD, r, passenrer. .".0 11. I., new. 1346
Mch ay.. Sunset District.
ENTS
NEW pianos and player pianos reptefi. lowest
f trices: visit new bargain room or get'bargain
Ist. KOHLER ft CHASE. 26 O'FarTel! St.
PIANOS to rent: no cartage. BYRON MACZY
Gold Medal Pianos. 250 Stockton st.
T X^^™!ISj^SUPPLIES
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; rebnllt typewriter*
of all descriptions; expert repairing: typewrit
ers Inspected and rented; ribbons for all ma
chines; carbon papers and office supplies. 307
Bosh St.: phones Douglas 4113. Home C-2519.
REBUILT $100 Remington No. 6. or Smith Pre"
mier typewriter No. 2, guaranteed.'for $36; $3
per month. L. &. M. ALEXANDER. 512
Market st. #
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange. 90-1 Broadway.
Oakland, dealers in all makes of typewriters.
INSECTS EXTERMINATED
QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY BY THE IN
SECTIDE CO.. 657-639 Phelan building.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
LOWr.R THAN EVER
HOW IS THIS FOR A BARGAIN!
PORCELAIN 5 OR 5% FT. BATH
TUB: 1 20x30 PORCELAIN ENAMELED
SINK; 30 GAL. BOILER; 1 SET 2 PART
TRAYS; I BEAUTIFUL PATENT TOIL
ET. EITHER IN MAHOGANY. GOLDEN
OAK. CHERRY OB WEATHERED OAK. "*•*/
FOR $38.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
P. E. O'HAIR. 857 MISSION BT.
FOR SALE—NEW AND SECOND HAND carom
and pocket billiard tables, bowling alleys and
accessories; bar fixtures of all kinds: essy pay
ments. THE BRUNSWICK BALKE COLLEN
DER CO.. 767-769 Mission st.. San Francisco.
SECOND HAND PIPE
Largest dealers In standard pipe and screw
casing; dipped; prices right; guaranteed first
class. PACIFIC PIPE CO.. Main and Howard sts
ATTENTION—Buyers, we have a $4 Underwood
typewriter; 20 rolls and typewrl-er desks. S
upright pianos, 10 large piste mirrors; we want
to sell st once. 1140 McAllister st. nr. Fillmore.
ALL sines standard water pipe and screw casing
In second band, hot asphaltum dipped; guaran
teed as good as new: large stock ready for
shipment. WEISSBAUM Pipe Wks~ 137 11th st.
BLACK Minorca, buff and white Orpington and
white Leghorn pullets: cycle hatchers 3i SI
each. BTANSFIELD, 3301 E. 14th st.. Fruit
vale.
LUMBER and millwork at very low price* [_
ceah or oi» easy payments. GREATER CITY
LUMBER CO.. Army and Alabama sts.
"MOTIOGRAPH" moving picture machine. t»l3
model HERE. Headquarter"-. EDWARD H.
KEMP. 838 Market st.. San Francisco.
ENGLISH setters: fine pedigree male pups. 2
months old. 1350 Bth ay.. Sunset District, or
phone Sunset 503.
CASH registers bought. Bold, exenanged or r»
paired. ROYAL NOVELTY CO., 604 McAllis
ter st.
NATIONAL electric ticket tnrower cash register.
»lso detail and total adder; cheap. 579 M *
Alllster st.
PLUMBING, gas and steam repairing done re»
aonably. Call on phono 326 Sixth ay.; tei.
Pacific 340.
FOR sale—lfO tons of No. 1 baled hay. AN
TONE LAIN, San Juan Bautista, San Benito
county. Cal.
25 H. P. Scotch marine boiler, in good rendition.
COLI.INS-McCARTHY CANDY CO.. 64" front.
SAFES, new nne second band, cheaper tnan ever.
THE HERMAN SAFE CO.. 126 Folsom st.
FOR sale—One McLaughlin traction engine; mo
horsepower: in good condition. Box 545. Call
EDISON AGENCY, movlne picture machines aa •
stereopticons. GEO. BRECK. 70 Turk st
6AFE—Big 2d hand steel lined jeweler's sate.
Snap,. 6fio Mission st.. below 3d.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
HIGHEST prices paid for gents' second hand
clothing. MUSIN. 57 Third St.; phone Kearny
8311.
DIAMONDS, pearl--, bought at highest market
price; cash. SCHUMAN. 133 Geary at., mom 524.
FILES RECUT
OLD files recut by new process. 71" Clay »t..
Oakland; phones Oakland 0717. A 2784.
FURNTTURE FOR SALE
$3,000,000 slock FURNITURE. CARPETS.
RUGS. STOVES, carried in stock in San Fran
cisco warehouses by the ASSOCIATED MANU
FACTURERS and sold by their representa
tives, LINDUOLM-NEAL CO., at factory
prices.
Opportunity for hotel and apartment house
furnishers to buy goods for the esme prkv
dealers pay for them, as for example:
RETAIL TRICE MILL PRICK
$1.15 Tapestry Brussels carpet 2§J§ <!
$1.50 All wood velvet carpet 87Uc
$1.75 American Axminster .carpet Sl l^''
$1.75 Wilton velvet carpet 97'r*
$15.00 Room size Brussels nigs „,... $5,»5
$25,00 9x12 velvet rogs. each $14.7."".
$22.50 Solid oak dressers for $11.SO
2 inch post all brass beds, full size $10.00
LINDHOLM-NEAL CO.MPANY,
Complete Hotel Furnishers
Salesrooms, 791-793-70." Mission st. nr 4th.
Western representatives Associated Manufac
turers.
CLOSING out; retiring from bus.: every article
bargain. Haberfelde Fur. Co.. 849 Golden Gate.
HORSES, HARNESS^^Yj^ONS
hors«% horses
mares mares mares
harness harness
wagons wagons wagons
Charles P. Roswortb, the well known reas yA
estate and loan broker, has foreclosed mortgage
and will sacrifice for $185 a well matched Mack
team. This team has nice flowing roanes and
tails and are 7 and 8 years old, and will weigh
about 2,500 pounds or ltetter. This price will
Include their harness, halters and everything
complete, and I can furnish good reference on
this pair. I will allow any reasonable trial, if
required.
$85 takes a handsome Rorrei horse s year*
old, weighing about J. 175 pounds or better.
This horse has been working on delivery wagons
and will stand trial any place. Also his harness,
all complete, for a sacrifice of $10.
I also- have one double platform spring wagon
that I will sacrifice for $05, and one sprijig;
wagon at $40.
Now. Mr. Buyer, yon can have any kind of a
trial you require on this stock, and they 'an
be seen at the INDEPENDENCE BOARDING
STABLES. 552 HAIGHT STREET. Ask for Mr.
Bosworth's horses, or telephone Boswortb, Park
5005.
AAA—BUYERS. TAKE NOTICE!
If you are looking for horses or mules do not
purchase before inspecting our stock. a.< we
nave tbe largest assortment of any sale stable
In the city. We have been in the horse busi
ness at this very location for the last 4 years,
and we guarantee all our stock to be as repre
sented or your money refunded. We do not ask
you to buy our stock until you have seen them
hitched and tried, and we guarantee every
horse's wind in the establishment. We do not
advertise Mr. Brown's or Mr. Green's team
and we do not tell you one thing and mean
another. We have on hand st all times from
50 to 125 head of horses and mules to select
from- They consist of driving horses, saddle
horse*, work horses and brood mares; also
driving mules and draught mules; also some
well matched teams; al>o 2 Shetland ponies
and 2 donkeys, gentle for children; also a
large variety of wagons, buggies and harness
of all descriptions. Outside stock sold on com
mission. Alt stock delivered to boats or rail
roads free of charge. At 'MISSION
STABLES. 430 Valencia st. near 15th.
AA—7 HORSES MUST BE SOLD. '■ """*"
As we have purchased automobile" trucks "and
have no further pse for our horses, we will sell
tbem. We have team bay horse*, weight 2,700
snd both 8 years old. closely mated and Bound*
price $250. with their harness; also 1 bay siflfcle
footing saddle horse. 2 single wagon horses and
1 hnggy horse; no reasonable offer refused. Ap
ply stableman et MUNSON FEED AND VUEL
CO.. 2110 Mlaalon at **** wus,u

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