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The San Francisco_CaH
A.!.fro*» U! < ..F.miimi.ations (o THE SAX FMAXCISCQ CALL
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DHSINESS OFFICE ami EDITORIAL ROOMS Market and Third Streets
Open Until 11 o"clock Every Night In the Year
MAIN" CITY BRANCH 1657 Fillmore Street Near Post
OA.CIAKD OFFICE—9O4 Broadway Telephone Oakland 1083
ALAMEDA OFFICE—I43S Park Street Telephone Alameda 559
TSEHKELEY OFFICE—2OII Shattuck Avenue Telephone Berkeley 77
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MM OFFICES OF THE CALL IN SAN FRANCISCO
Subscriptions and advertisement* for Tke Call will be received at the fol
-1 owing city offices i
HAM & OSWEGO "57 FILLMORE STREET
Open until 10 o'clock every night
p, . tr r c RAZA.AR nos VALENCIA STREET
PFC\I STATIONERY CO 3107 SIXTEENTH STREET. Near VALENCIA
«HAPRCVS INC 130S POL K STREET, Near BUSH
P4RFN-TS STATIONERY STORE .829 VAN NESS AVENUE
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HAVES STATIONERY STORE 1591 HAIGHT STREET
__Jj}^ETI.\GS-^LODiQES__^
CALIFORNIA Council ->f Kadosh fgit
No. 7. A. & A. S. R.. IS.-.0 Mm
f Bt Nineteenth decree |5L_ H
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVEN g
ING hi s o.-lock. Visiting HP^^W
brethren pordla»ly invited. ES jjßj ~
CHARLES .lEI I.INEK. 'x'j&l
Recorder.
SAN FRANCISCO i Imjit.r V. ' 'jttMT
Royal Arch Masor- I"IT i - (StsThl
(WEDNESDAY i EVENING. Ist ay. %tg&2&
and Clement m. Bi'.siness and U. A. */*"yf
H. G PRINCE. Secretary. \&*M
BTARR KING Lodge Nβ. 344. F. &A, >!.. *
17X0 Fillmore >r. Stated meetioß THIS wW
i WEDNESDAY* EVENING at 7:30 AA.
o'cl.-ck. H. F. WRIGHT. S'.'C ' W N
EXCELSIOR Lr,,ige Nn. u\r,. F. &A. M. *
1 meeting THIS (WEDNESDAY) wV
* k. AA
H. .1. OWEN. Serretary. ' v
CROCKETT Lodge No I."!*, F. * A. M.— *
Stated meeting THIS (WEDNESDAY) wV
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. AA
R. H. McPHERSON. Sec. '■ w
MOPNT MORI AH I.odse No. 44. F. & «
A. 11., 2135 Sfßti ted mpetins wv
THIS (WEDXESDAXI EVENING at AA
T:«e o'clock. • ' ▼ >
THEO. FROLICH. Secretary.
FIDELITY L..dRP No. 222. I. O. O.
F The officers and members are 3jP&sSste£
requpsted to assemble at the ~^"~
cliappl of the Golden Gate I'mier- ''" lh,A
taking parlors, 24 s -:; Mleelon st., THTTRSDAY,
1:30 p. m.. to condoct the funeral
ps of (mr late brother. J. L. McLncan.
J. A. HOUSTON. NoW« Grand.
SAN FRANCISCO Lodge - -— \Lj[\ Jl
jreme repreßfntatives, at o[^^^*€ShBi
CALIFORNIA council No. 530, N. x^VCSiv.
L".. meets THIS (WEDNESDAY) JUSkK
EVENING in National Union KflPwi
liall. N. S. C>. W. building, 414 JlWrgßl.'J
G. GLNZENDORFER, Pres.
G. H. VAN ORDEN, Sec. >4(flfiJ^
LOSTjAND FOUND
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at the I
KAN rRANCISCO-OAKLAND TERMINAL KAIL- !
WAYS. CENTRAL DISTRICT. CAB STATION.
SECOND AY. and EAST SIXTEENTH ST., OAK
LAND: Oct. 21— Breastpin; silver mesh purse;
book; postage stamps: whip. Oct. 22—Tack ham
mer; roil books: Miiall paper package; case; black
lunch box: ikhlucUh; can cellar sweep? small
gauge. Oct. -■. -l'kp. medicine; lunch grip; mat
ting (niton**: umbrella: rubber tire; package;
package ■ email package; satchel. Oct
Sβ γ-i.(.:■>:.• iMiy pin: wreoch; pkg.tea: pin;
Mack cloth: : ; ".» black purse; pair dark glasses:
lady's unilin I.;, i! umbrellas. Oct. SB—Pressure I
Range; red k*iJier grip; pkg.; straw lunchbox; 2
books: sninll pkg. check clotb; straw basket;
brown purse; straw basket. Oct 80 —Purse:
knife; lunchbox: lace veil; roll butter: gold brace
let. Oct. Sl—Gold bracelet; lady's silk handbag:
vwaU black parse; blankbook; pair glasses; bunch
f> keys. Nov. 2-3 —I'kp. ribbon; child's bracelet;
rnattln:? suitcase; pair rubbers; pkg. of drug*;
nmbreila: breastpin; black purse; lady's umbrella.
FOUND in streetcars and can be obtained by
owners at IW'ITE > RAILROADS OFFICE, room
B9 SKCOXD ST. Oct. 2.".—2 purses, 1 pocket
book. 1 leather pouch. 22 umbrellas, 2 books. 1
hut, 1 tltlmble. 1 pair spectacles, 1 pair over
•lie, 1 watch fob, I typewriter roll. 3 keys. Oct.
20—6 packages, 1 pair rubbers, 1 string be
J beast; pin, 1 purse, 1 book. 1 carpenter's
Brace, <: belt burfclee. 1 pocket book. 1 football.
1 can salt*. Oct. 27— i packages. 1 handbag, 1
neck piece. 2 books. 1 overcoat, 1 pair gloves, 3
grips, l striuj beads, t> umbrellas, 1 watch
charm. 1 rinj. <>c:. 29-2 hand grips. 1 suitcase,
1 telescope basket. 3 purses. 1 bamlbag, 13 um
is, pairs gloTes, 1 key, 2 society pine, 1
, coat uauge.r. 1 llsL of names. 1 pin "Jerusalem."
Oct. Sβ —» package*, 2 purses. 1 gold medal and
w*tch. G umbrella*. 1 hand grip, l book school
■ ■:*, 1 Kiiiisljade. 1 box candy, 1 card case, 1
cittiva* ca*e roaialniajt brooms. 1 box cigars, 1
pair ipectaeSc*. '-• knircji. 1 basket. Oct. 30 —7
packHgrs, 2 pmnem, l gtere. 1 go!<l spring. 1 key,
1 utobrrUa, J ptotur*-. 1 ftir. 1 hand grip.'
POUND mid ''an be obtained by owner at In
lACK IiCrARTMEXT. HALL *OF JCSTICB
KI.AKNV nrxi WABHIXOTON (=ts.: Oct. 20—
I'air of frlasM?s. feund in Uoldea Gate park. Oct.
-4 Buiieli of key-, found in Mission Kt. between
. and UMii *t*. Oct. 25—Chala and bntata.
and 4tU eta. Oct. 2*5-—Auto
Iniip. lound in Fremont i-t. between Folsom ami
risoa. If ownei> will cull nt the property
Clerk's office of thin depurtment. at Kearny and
WvKbiofton Ms., and prove ownership the same
I- delivered to them.
i <>( NU iit.ii can Uα ohtalned by owner at SAN
OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
VS. WESTKKN DISTRICT. FIFTY FIRST
{<T. ami TKl.K'iKAril AY.. OAKLAKD: Oct. IS
— iptg. "! gr-« i-r;ps; 1 pr. silk Rlm-es. Oct. IT
. - !:e»f.ipiu. (>ct. 25—Hatchet; umbrella.
■M.kpiii. Oct. -J.' —e«ld ring:
k. Oct. 28. — IJeniity pin; leacb biu>*;et.
I.vi.ci) grip; suitcase; handbag. it,:. 30
Brooch pin. found on street. Nov. I—Child's
•".'I ~lllff.
LOST iiroj..vtv at S« F.O. T. Ry., 51st st.
■nd Wfetera Dtst.. Oaklaiul,
Cal. Oct. L'O -Si:: .>.,*-U- Oct. 21—Pair ovuralls.
nnsli i-tux- iiiK'.nt- <«!;gr«ve<J on otiuide.l. Oct.
22 >i :oi. umbrella. Oct. 23—Alll
gator batidiiiij;. Oβ*. 94 —Matting h.ind basket,
»■ <' . rod with rubber cover, pair gold rim eye
f. ')u- s -iff, lady's bkick purse, door key.
■dy'« M»ck parse, f-weuter and »aw, shoes.
"ARTICLES lost on the COAST DIVISION re
gaining o:i liand at THIRD and TOWNSEND
SiS.. SAN KUANCISCO. uncalled for: Oct. 27—
Gitrre; pkg. clothes. Oct. 22—Hat. Out. 'Si— :
AKTICI.KS kHU on the COAST DIVISION re
ca.uliiK un haud at THIRD and TOWNSFND
BTS.. SAN FRANCISCO, uncalled for: Oet 27—
I'aSr sliw; piece canvas; suitcase. <.R't. 2S
PuJr tlovf*; .: iimbre-Huv.
Ltnri'—Crnic-fiit (liauioud inn, either at Cliff
bouso or between tliat and Lake st. I'lease
•Mui-u to i'J'M butter et. Liberal reward.
LOST AND FOUND
Continued
i I ir YOU LOSE ANYTHlNG—Advertise it \
' here. It will be returned to you If an boo- >
«t person flndi it. Remarkable recoveries I
are brought about every day through tneae I
column*. >
IF YOU FIND ANTTHINO
BRING IT TO THB I
BAN FRANCISCO CALL I
TOST AND FOUND BUREAU.
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
Get n claim check. Have it advertUed. ?
Reclaim It if the owner does not. €
THE LAW—People wbo flnd loet article! I
[ are Interested in knowinz that the state law I
I? strict in requiring them to seek the own- I
ers, through advertisement and otherwise. I
end that failure to do 50. if proof can b* <
thown. involves a severe penalty.
FOUND on train and terry, and can he oh
tainod by owner at SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND
TERMINAL RAILWAYS. KEY SYSTEM KEY
ROUTE PIEU TERMINAL. OAKLAND: Oct.
25—8 umbrellas; pkg. sample paper; feather h->a;
tail from fur; map of U. S.; lunchbox. "Oct.
26—Pkg. photo paper; lunch satchel; 2 com
mutes; pkg. workman's apron; pkg. overalls and
shirt; overcoat; satchel books; purse; pkg. over
ails; 4 umbrellas; ring keys; pocket mem. book;
folding baby buggy. Oct. 27 —8 umbrellas; 2
neckfurs; pkg. piece of linen; 3 boxes Kellogg's
toasted wheat biscuits. Oct. 28—* umbrellas;
suitcase; envelope postal card?; ladies' handbag;
pocket memo, book: rubber '-oat: typewritten
paper; pkg. pr. shoes. Oct. 29.—R01l music; r>
umbrellas; pocket memo.; Knight Templar
charm; key; blue beads; pke. blue shirt. Oct.
30—Pkg. pr. 'shoes; umbrella; pkg. nails; 3 pr.
gloved pkg. socks and envelopes; pkg. '_' hoses
(2 pr.) shoes. Oct. 31—Single gloves; folding
kodak; fob seal (seal mispingi; pkg. pamphlets
icrematfoni; pr. eye glasses; pkg. switch; pkg.
pair shoes. Nov. I—2 lunch satchels; roll rnneic;
l>ook; child's glove; 3 umbrellas; pkg. gent's
Riirters: roll Coast Seaman's Journal; sweater;
bead handbag; pkg. envelopes; pkg. lubricant;
typewriting exercises; pkg. stationery. Nov.
2 —Painters' torch; roll blueprints, telephone data:
11 umbrellas: card case; pltg. box candy; pkg.
collars; day book; clergy certificate transporta
tion: sample wallet, plumber; commute; pkg.
sample asbeMos roofing. Nov. 3 —Show posters;
handbag; 6 urubrellas; roll California Highway
Bulletin.
FOUND ami can be obtained by owner at SAN
FRANCISCO - OAKLAND TERMINAL RAIL
WAYS, eastern district. NINETY-SIXTH AY.
and EAST FOURTEENTH ST., OAKLAND: Oct.
2<>—Suitcase: telescope basket; pair shoes; ring;
paper box; bible; purse. Oct. 22—Handbag cou
taining purse; eaiie: pair gloves; \i umbrellas;
motorcycle tire; bundle (jumper); handbag;
chauffeur license number; pair gloves: shirtwaist;
2 purses: razor; key; basket. Oct. 23—Shopping
bag: umbrellas; pin; pair gloves: pkg. of under
wear; purse; glove; umbrella; basket; jikg. dry
good*. Oct. 23 —Handbag: breoch pin; umbrellas;
gas heater. Oct. 20—Purse: shopping bag;
sweater. Oct. 27—Music stand; umbrellas: 1
rruu-h. Oct. 2S—Eyeglasses; can of varnish; pkg.
r-luthing; uuibrellas; ax. Oct. 29—Demijohn; mcd
ieiue; baby'o ?oat; umbrella. Oct. 30—filores;
lunch basket; auto tall lamp. Nov. I—Pr. shoes;
belt: telescope basket containing clothing. Nov.
4 UmlirellHs: purse; pkg. of biscuit.
FOUND on trains and ferry and can be ob
tained by owner at SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD. OAKLAND PIER: Oct. 21 —Pair shears;
pkg. cloth: 2 books; wicker suitcase. Oor. -~.
24, 2."<— Small purse; black handbag; pkp
ing: pkg. hardware; pkg. tin square; key; ther
mometer; pkg. cloth; pkg. Japanese le;:
overcoats; pkg. masks; '1 suitcases; roll (map);
roll pamphlets; 2 gloves. Oct. 26—Pkg. cloth
ing; pkg. shoes; spectacle case; brown grip;
woman's coat; pkg. (wood); guitar; sweater;
raincoat; book; overcoat; mitten; 2 overshoes.
Oct. 28—Gray sweater; 2 bunches of key*. Oct.
29—Overcoat; pkg. clothing; bundle papers; pkg.
(ilioee; book; lunchhos: pair gloves; brown grip;
checkbook. Oct. 30—Pkg. clothing; pkg. cioth;
■otograph; pkg. hardware; box clothiug
'kg. clothing; soft bat; kodak No. 3a:
2 plane*; pkg. canvas; book. "Lonu
Nov. 4—Pkg. clothing; box shoes;
coat; suitcase.
FOUND—At FoTsom and 3d ets. bnneh of keys.
Same ran be had by applying at The Call Lost
and Found Bureau.
FOUND and can be obtained by owner at
CALIFORNIA ST. CABLE RAILWAY. CORNER
HYDE and CALIFORNIA sts.: Oct. 1 to s—l
bible. 1 alligator handbag. 1 lady's glore, 1 lady's
veil. 1 bottle listerine, 1 pair baby's gloves. 1
small red purse. 1 small b!a<k purse, 1 checkbook
Wells Fsrjry Nevada National bank.
LOST—A pass book with the Hibernla Savings
and Loan society of San Francisco, in the
name of John Bruce. No. 447.5D1. The finder
tvill pli-nse return to bank. Unless same is
returned within fly» days a new book will be
issued to the applicant.
LOST —Black leather wallet containing atwwt
f4H In currency; also had my business cards.
Return to cashier's desk. Palace hotel, soom
TO2S. F.. R. (MFFEN.
TAKEN from Taifs, sealskin muff, on Saturday
afteni<xa. Nov. 2. at 5:30. Return to TAIT'S
CAFE: party known.
LOST—Oval agate from watch fob on Height et.
car or Fillraore. Find*»r please return to 134
Fulton st. G. W. WILLARI).
FOUND—Past Master's Masonic emblem in Mar
ket st. Owner may ha*» same by paying ex
penses. Bos 924. Call offlce.
LOSt Hunch of keys. Liberal reward If re
ttirued to COSGRAVE CLOAK AND SUIT
COMPANY, 332 lost st.
LOST- I.aities , ninjHKt iiin. Finder please notify
."TO 82ii -r.. Oakland, and rereite reward.
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print Ille
gitimate advertisements, if any reader can
furnish Information that any advertisement in
this column is not legitimate send tt to The
Call in confidence, an>l If found correct the
advertisement will be discontinued.
A—EMINENT CHINKSK 11KKB DOCTORS—
All diseases cured; strictly confidential; con
sultation free; hours 10-S, Sundays 10-5. DRS
CHAN * CHAN HERB CO.. u>lo SnTtpr st.
ldl POST ST.. K. 202-»nAH.Y. 10 A. M. TO 9
P. M.: ELECT. TUB VAPOR HEKB BATUS;
EASTERN MASSEUSE AND UANICUBK.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
I BUSINESS PERSONALS
-.■-._■■,-;-...'..".,'.,'. -..:, 'Contliinfil -
i MISS BERNARD. Kteara Jmthe and plpctrlc treat
' ment; Van's Mexican hair restorer: select pat
runapß ; only. MB < O'Fnrrell wt., a. F.. of ace ?0-
AA—WIGS. toup"es, ISC* FUlmore st. Gentle
men* f]p|>t.. 2271 California.'T;- Eit. IR«6. .U.
I.EDEfIKn. Mr. Lederer in rharpe. Work ruut.
GERMAN nurse wlshe* a few more enga«eme!it»i
i; for iua**agi'. manual |or vibratory; v, Xenhelm
'. '■ bath. «20 j Hyde 'at. between; Geary ,c and 1 Post.
|MASS., ancient ' meth.; nerve spec. Madam Sparta.
2054 fi'Farrfll f »t, nr. nevlßadrro. Went 043 K.
STEAM and dry hot air bathe for <■"!•'» and
"~^ rheumatism: imanicuring... Tll4 Pevlsariero st.
11188 F. GIBSON, masseuse -J face and acalp treat
i 'imente.^:' 34 Ellis St.. rm. 810; hours 1-10 p. m^
! MISS jF. ROGERS, late of masseuse-
Scalp treatment. Room 301. M El!l« st.V ■
CORTEZ—Thermal baths, "t salt ; glow. elec. Tib.
915 , Van Xe»n cor. Ellis, ; suite 203; ■ bra. 11-10.
i LOUISE PASOO. eastern maneaice and elect, vlb.
- treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis St.: hrg. 10 to 10.
MRS. STEWART, mass.—Elec. and v!b. treats,
;M for rhenm. and ? nervee. 1122 Mitt. op?. 7th. r. 3
FRANKLIN Electric 3 Institute. 53.V53C Whitney
jSj bldg.. 133 Geary st. MRS. C. ROSE. 10 to 10.
i HOT f salt water I bathe : ?£ alcohol, oil f treatments.*
423 15th st., Oakland. Prlrate; no sign.
; DBUGLESS method—Chlropratlo, dlelectlc, 7 elec.
llgbt cob.; hrs 10-9. 1415 O'Far.; tel. W. 8915.
! i : ;:., . t ,
j i FVLLY equipped bath parlors for sale. 2022 Sut-
I ■-■/■ ter st.; ) call between hours ■of 12 and 4 p. m. :
I MISS O'BRIEN Just returned i from the east
! * with her new scientific treatment. i 2022 Sutter.
j MRS. ANDREWS, '; professional nurse, 4 masseuse;
I • physician's references. 725 Turk St.: ; hours 12-7. v
j! DP TO DATE bath and b massage parlors; elec.
I vibra. ; treat. 101 - . , 1 Fillmore .-. St.. office ; 17.
i MISS • BELL, graduate masseuse; s open Sunday.
i 12 to 5. 407 Westbenk Mdg., 830 Market st.
MISS CLARK, - chiropody and » massage, " electrt
: ; r*\ v irps'ment. 1507; Fillmore J st.;*• cars ,• 20-21.
I GERMAN beib capsule for women; no operation*.
i 1524 Pacific it.. Alameda. Bay t-tatlorK f
WELLS' C! MAGNETIC Jv AND «■ SCALP « TREAT
..«: MENTS, loco MISSION ST.. ROOM 55. l
ELECTRIC face and scalp treatment. S 1754 Sut- 1
i ter st. ;■ hours 110 to 10. ;-?-*;: ; ;-- : . ■'i.-'/' \.-^i
■■ V PERSON ALS^yi^%
■~i :;.■/ ■■-.!■-' ■:- X IMPORTANT. ,» V
Wanted—The . address of I any SOLDIER or
OFFICER « who ' served ; in :, Co. « E. ,? 11th ' Rejr.,
j 111. Vol Cay.. any time during the period from
Mar., 1804 ito Sept. 30, 1865: ~Communicate I
' with MRS.' NEELAND, headquarters VETER
ANS' HOME of '. Cal.. 333 Kearny et., S. F.,
. room 5(10, : care B. J. Scorllle. V -; '. .'■." .-\
■ - ■: ; ; IMPORTANT v ' "
■ WANTED—The I present ■» address of JOSEPH .C.
BREWER, who served In Co. E, 11th Reg. 111.
Vol. Car., - during ; the civil • war. ' Left r Pacific
branch. - National home, on June : 20,"; 1912.
Communicate ;< with MRS. XEELAND, Vet
eran's , Home '-" office, , 333 .:; Kearny .; st. ~ San
:' Francisco, Cal. - • ■ -
MA TRIM ONI AL
LADIES—Here Is S your J opportunity. A young
man, ;; 33 years v; old. dark hair, : dark '<' brown
eyes, •: rosy - complexion, 5 ' feet, 11 \ Inches ;. tall,
weight -: 185 "; pounds, wishes ;-,to , * make -$s th*
acquaintance of a lady of means, matrimonially
Inclined; one who , would be willing to advance
■ %r few i thousand dollars " for * the ,; best f oppor
tunity ;': In the United States to enter a safe
and profitable business. Address V. N. SAVIN,
■'■•.; 1323 a Ist J aye.. -j Seattle. Wash. :■< -, ■;■ -;!';-
MATRIMONIAL paper: many wealthy; many
..-marriages.';- MRS. , BELL, ISIS Magnolia ay.,
Vi Los Angeles. ■: ■ •■. ■■■ . ...-■ •■ •..■
MARRY —Thousands tired living alone: all ages;
v call ;or write. MRS. :R. HYDE. 2677 Mission.
PARTIES i wishing to marry, call or ■ write MRS.
MILI.ARn. 2209 Slitter n't.: details 25c. " -\
WIDOW, 30, comfortably situated, would marry.
. S.. box So,, League. Toledo, O. \ ;'■"':.' '::- :
CLAIRVOYANTS
CONSULT PRINCESS ZORAJDIA. , the genuine
: ' " Egyptian \ clairvoyant. - » She : ran .; tell f you J ex
: fictiy : what you . called ; for, gives names, ; dates,
facts. She has • no : equal. Ella : Wheeler Wll- !
■ cox says: ?< "All -- Interested : ; in : occult • science
should see this gifted woman." Special read..
: 50c; hours 1 10-9; closed Sunday. ; IMS Fillmore
st. near Slitter. > :',•■;'.:. : „ .
! ,- •V^-"';;■ MRS. PR. F. CLARK. ' ■■-.:'.-". V s
I The well known trance medium, may be consulted
on all affairs of ; life. 2069 Sutter i st. bet. Kill
more and StPiner; ; hours. 10 n. m to 8 p.jm.tvtSsj:
MISS ZEMDAR. young, gifted clair. and palmist;
■ a wonderful prophetess; hours :10 to 10; ladies
\. 50c, gentlemen $1. 1106 Devlsadero near Turk.
VERA MARSH. i UTS 1 McAllister, '■ nr. Fillmore—
Medium. i Your full name; $5 life reading, 50c
■ 1-8.": Cloeed Sundays. ; 4 question* by mail. 25c.
MME. DA VIE.-: palmist and • clair., recently of
• Panama Arcade, is loc. 1122 Mkt. Read. 25-50 c.
ASTROLOGY
MISS STARR, , astrologlst, reads your full I life
. scientifically. .?;: 555 Eddy st.. Eagle apartments-.
SPIRITUALISM
AA—MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance medium; eon
;: EBltation }$li at t her ; home. 1164 s O'Farrell; 'by
> letter. 4 ; questions, » $1. : " Phone J Franklin s. 0722. ■
REV. CHARLOTTE E. Kt'NZ—Readings daily;
circle every night. 15c; tests to all. 14*2 Ellis,
,;.- nr. '. Web.; development class every Thur. night.
MRS. ELSIE - REYNOLDS-Materializing < seance
; Friday eve.. 1243 Franklin st. - v ":
/.fPEAENESS ANDIcaItaRRH
STEAM herb treatment S free, I only -S treatment
:., that ■', really ;; cures .: catarrh, - deafness, (% bron
• chitis, asthma; one treatment cures a cold or
;; La Grippe for ■ $2: we cure : catarrh of : head. !
.■■: kidney, v bladder, r . liver, "1 piles, * eye. scalp ? and
> hair diseases; sample :by mail ? 10c; no cure.
no pay. ■} HERB REMEDY CO.. ;. 935 Market st.
J)ENTISTS^
DR. ; IRA O. LEEK—AII I kinds I~f dental work.
", 517 Filimore : st. near Oak. : ; " ; ', : v '' " '
STAMMERING
STAMMER? "■■■•. Method of 'cure explained i FREE.
: M. L. HATFIELD. 1918 : Grove. ; Oakland. Cat.
PHYSICIANS
. ■•".: •••':' A J SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN. ; :'>V I
:.; Reliable graduate physician; sure and quick re
sults; • no detention | from | home ior ' occupation: ■> an
tiseptic i and painless; \ consultation : free. Room 8,
1025 Market bet. 6th and 7th; hre. 10-4. 6:30-9.
' DISEASES men : and ' women . specialty; | physician
; surgeon, if PENN * DRUG CO.. 123 %3d v, st. : ;
; - MEDICAL ['■'; : r ."j;
HOW I CURED I MYSELF iOF CONSUMPTION;.
•<• ■ a s booklet = of • priceless i value '> to \ tubercular >. suf
;-" ferers; I absolutely : free. U ('HAS. P.tf AY COCK;' ,
711 International Bank bldg.. ■ Los Angeles. :, :j
iNyAIM) CHAIRS
SOLD, rented, exchanged: manufacturer of Eames
tricycle chair. 1714 Market st.; tel. Park 2940.
ST. MARGARET'S Maternity Home—Confinement
:* specialty; 1 adoption; * special 1 treatment t for | all
female troubles. 341 East 14th et.. Oakland.
S. F. LYING-IN HOMe7~II9I Oak ; St.—Adoption.
: Dr. Lord. res. pfcjr.; \ confmt. \ $25. :-. Mrkt. 4469.
}^TARRH^ND7DEAIFNESS
EAR ', noises positively cured: new: S antiseptic; 1 1
-:■> week i free to convince. DR. COTTINOHAM,
expert ; ear, nose, i throat. 821 \ Market, I rm. 402.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL
S. F. Dog Cat ) Hosp., 1371 ' Fulton near Broderick;
animals treated, board; ambulfince. West 1,2.7
E. F. COMPRESSED AIR CLEANING CO.. 307
p. Sutter Kt.; f phone Kearny 5852f (BLUB WAGON i
i —Carpets, i rugs ( quickly, thoroughly cleaned ion
, floor without removal. Estimate: free. , " -'''
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST CLEANING. 3c YD.
, DEAL DIRECT WITH RICE'S CARPET WKS .
; 1565 HARRISON ST. phone MARKKT 2-6-2.
WHEN you become : disgusted with poor S work,
send your enrpets to J. SPAULDIKG & CO
, 353 Tehanm st. •■ Douglas .HftBi; Home .T2347.
AA —NATIONAL Carpet | Beating Works. Hamp
ton & Baiil.v. 344-348 Church st. Market JBO.
WATT'S reliable carpet cleaning; alterations ren
lg ovating. layi ag.*j< 550 Devisadero; 1 ph."; Park i 500.
VANS
WILSON BROS. CO., fireproof storage. moYlng,
packing, shipping. Reniored to 1630 Market
st. near Height: phone Part 271.
BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE COMPANY—
Fireproof warehouses. l.Jtb and Misgioo sts
r j hone Market 1»14, or Home M 131.3.
BEKINS.
OF COUR.SE,
1180 Broadway near 12th Bt., Oakland.
STORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
I •(.. jtlioaes West S2S, iiotue S2S2B.
EDUCATIONAL
HEAD butler for private family, city. $•'.' t'j
■ $70: » second butler for small % family, dty. I $45
|i «nd found; references. MISS PLUNKETC ISO*.
,Sutter »t. coiner Webster. ■ . -»¥E9fcai,
EJTGINBSBINO— CIrtI. electrical, mtnJnir. mecu..
survey, awiiy. cyanide; day. eve.; estnb. IWtt.
Van der Nnillen School. * Mat ; and Tel.. Oakland.
ETHEL COTTON : STUDIO of , expression:f oratory.
t& after dinner and extempore ■ speaking. 11l- k J;
riSK TEACHERS* AGENCY. 2101 f Bbettuck ay.,
Berkeley. Cat., room ;4, Wright block.
HEALD'B BUSINESS COLLEGE—SchooI of : Civil,
X Electrical, Mining, Architectural: day. even
.;• Ing; established j IMS. 425 McAllister st.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE, 808
■'.>; Market et. oj.p. sth—Day and evening sessions.
ALL court * reporters * recommend | Gallagher-Marsh
Business College, 125 C Market st. i ;i s -
ADVICE , FREE—No charge unless successful; nil
f, cases, all business quickly and quietly attended
'■•vi to; t bankruptcy; s general •-■ practice; * open '■ every
; evening. a IQ2B Market st.. room 12.;"
R. W. KINO, attorney nt law. Gnint bid;.. Mkt.
■~,-.; and 7th, rm. 320; i ail f cases: i low i fees; % nothing
■:■* In ? advance <or for consultation. Ph. Mkt. OIL.
HARRIS A HESS, attorneys lat law; W. 1 . T. Hess,
notary public. ■§ Room 70« Hearst building.".; >;
ACCOUNTANTS—Certified Pub.
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL C. P. A., 3d 1 floor, Claus
; j Spreckels | (Call) | building: g phone ■ Kearny 4151.
PATENT ATTORNEY^^
ARTHUR *L. : SLEE, J registered patent V at.* and
»mechanical f expert; *U.i S. and * foreign ; patents
11 solicited; ( invention I perfected; | promptness and
accuracy guaranteed; our mechanical and patent
BI office i drawings '« can ; not -. be • equaled. "<H-705
; : Foxcroft bldg., 68 Post st.; \ tel. ; Douglrfs i 157. M
DEWEY. STRONG ?& i CO.—Founded i 1860; ~- U. si
•.5 and ; ; foreign § patents; i inventors' guide: :' 100
mechanical ■■; movements f free. 911-916 Crocker
/;.building. v San ;Francisco.'..v; ;•' ■;•'.■■:. ■"";.-.'•- ,"x.-'.'-j,i-:\
C. 'P. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. ; patent office;
. -XV S. and i foreign pateuts. 704 ; Pacific bldg. ; .v»
H. C. SCHROEDER, patent,; trademark » attorney,
.S 417 First < National ; Bank . building. ; Oakland. ';. ,
COAST ; NOVELTY CO., 2108 15TH i ST.--TOOLS,
ft, DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK. • , r>
J FURS
AD. KOCOUR, reliable furrier; repairing, remod
. ; cling; dyeing at popular prices. 222 Monadnook
; bldg.; : phone Douglas 3023. > * . ;,
EWTMSj^DJ>JJ2^TING
STEELE'S button works, 222 Ellis nr. Mason; ph.
; Franklin : 4521 and i C 4521; mail orders solicited.
HAIR GOODS
NORMANDIE I HAIR DRESSING PARLOR—SPE
' ; CIAL ; REDUCTION i for » switches, puffs, etc.,
during « November. 2067 Sutter ht.; \ West 8753.
DRESS MAKING
DRESSMAKING, v, designing, '"- cutting, fitting and
; _ ladies' tailoring thoroughly taught: , New . York
•'branch^Viennailnst.; tailored s shirtwaist pat
■■-tern cut to ; rneas. * 20c. . 305 Grant ay.. day and
» eve.; ; phone ; Sutter * 1494. :: Try ; our ; $10 ! course. :
MADAME A. SILVAJN. fashionable French dress
B maker; , evening ; gowns a | specialty at moderate
,':■- prices. •«* 1557 ■ California et. ■' near Polk. -": Phone
Franklin ; 2392. ;-5.;5::y.-., .-,;'■.■.■- . ry ■ yy ;r'-, :--;
MME. GRANGIER. PARISIAN MODISTE—Even
-: ing '. and street * gowns; also • remodeling. 1500
;■ Post ; St.. N\V. I cor. Octavia; tel. West 8725. ;
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery School;
5,1 evening J classes; patterns cut to order. - 121
, Geary st. ■ mar ; Grant ; rv. : : Don si as 5731:,: ~
MME. MADELEINE—ARTISTIC f GOWNS: - re
'■-:■% modeling: stout " ladles J a specialty. 3; 1015 J Polk.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL. 3d: ay.
and East 12th St.. Oakland; phone Merritt ."IS.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES ,_j
AAA— DOUGLAS 3532, Home [ C 4605: * best Japa
nese, Chinese. Filipino help; all kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 521 Grant jay.
A A A-—WEST 1731. : '-l* A , r e . . ~ ~" ' . 52«15
•- Japanese ! and s Chfnree ■ employment office, .
T. TAMI'RA Si CO., 1612 Laguna'st." ',:.■■
C. D. r KINNEY, Chinese, employment " c bureau,
' successor to -J. Conn.7 Phone Douglas . 3162.
■ :, -'. 755 • Clay : St. •" !; ■; ',-;■: ■.-;.-■ ■./ : ,;-v,-;.- -V'
STAR Emp. office—Japanese-Chtnese - help. -- W.
KODATA. 1 HUH , Geary: - tel. West 1 167, ; 83760-
HORI & : CO.— Beet Japanese and ; Chinese help of
■y all ; kinds. 1711 Post st.: West -'. 2808, > S2BBB.
ALL kinds of help furnished with care, dispatch.
_*■ West SeBS—OSCAR. HATSUMI—ISI3 Geary. :
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
' -'■ -'FEMALE : .'
AMERICAN • woman wishes situation *as house
. i keeper .or conk -/ on <■■ ranch; neat, '; good "•■ cook.
MRS. GOWAX, 2561 Polk st. ;
COMPETENT nurse (German*. &. wiTh kinder
- Karten experience, wishes position; state par
■:-. ticulnrs. E. HOFFMAN. 2422 Gough st. : "
HOTEL ; cook, ,: with v best of -; references, young,
•;;: capable, ': wants a'- situation. : Telephone West
Bate, or write to 189<i Sutter St.;
LAUNDRESS, experienced in the ■ best of wash
; ing and ironing ? children's clothes clean < and
quick; $2 day; no half. days: , reference*.
Write letters to Iβ"? 10th ay.. Sunset. --:;.;:
KIDDLE 5 aged k lady, experienced ! J In "f, housework
/, and ;a ? good : manager, is : open for i engagement;
; salary expected '-. in '. proportion ;to i value of serv
!ices. Box 1044. Call office. t::;i: .; v
NEAT young girl would like nice place as second
iy work, i Phoney Mis.-i.,-- ; 6825. -;j .:,>, — ,
STENOGRAPHER V- and " typist : (lady), ; over 8
•i. years' experience, desires position; Remington
operator; . salary • $50 per month. Box 1007,
Call office. .; -«" ■.:!..:'- :=,;■;; ;•:--•■ : --:: ; - ■'
STENOGRAPHER -; (public) desires office space,
: • etc., in exchange , for light services. ; Box 1244,
-,i Call office. -, • * • ■ , ' • -
WELL recommended practical nurse wishes | en
gagement. Phone Pailiic 4201. 412 2Gth ay.'
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
male
ADVERTISING man of ability, one of years of
experience both as to preparing copy ntxl so
liciting business, deefres a position with some
{rood daily newspaper or retail firm either as
solicitor or to prepare copy; can furnish best
of references as to ability and character. Box
671. Muskogee, Oklahoma.
BY a salesman not Interested in selling mining
etock or blue sky schemes; must be a meri
torious proposition rr a staple line; will leave
city or will consider a proposition to travel
In the orient. China preferred. Address B. K.
ELGIN. Hotel St. Francis. 7:30 to 11:30 a. m.
BY middle aged man, position In a small hotel
or boarding house, waiting, housework, also
tend bar. Box 1119, Call office.
CHAUFFEUR just arrived from New York
wishes position, city or country; thoroughly
experienced for the last 10 years with domes
tic and foreign cars: first class mechnnie; does
his own repairs; reliable, sober; best Al ref
erences. F. X.. 1345 Gough at., San Fran
cisco: tel. West S37S.
FIRST CLASS watch maker wishes steady posi
tion; best i>f reference*. Box 121*>, ('nil office.
FRENCHMAN, middle ago, would like a position
either waiter, bar tender, bed maker or night
clerk. Box 1120. C«1I office.
GERMAN, 30, single, «ober, steady, wants job
as janitor, elevator ma£ or watchman; best
refereneos. Box 1121. Call office.
HERDSMAN wants position on dairy; under
stands breeding and feeding of dairy nnd show
cattle; first class references. Box 1112. Call.
JAPANESE boy, sentle and honest, wishes po
sition as a s'Miooilniy; domestic work; w<;ll
experienced. FRANK 1713 Waller st.; tel.
Park 308 1.
MAN and wife (German! wish positions in pri
vate place; wife for cooking, man house and
garden work- good references. Address
MTCKE. Hotel yon l><>rn, San Francisco, Cal.,
or phone Franklin 3660.
MIDDLE aged man with government references
wants position as night watchman; sober and
industrious and will accept small salary if
faithful services merit attention. Box 1041,
Call office.
MAN and wife a* cook and gardener for privafp
family, country STB. *<'»• party at MISS
PLUXKETT'S. *139 C Sutter st. cor. Webster.
OFFICE manager of exceptional ability, a result
producer of highest type and unquestioned ref
erence. If open for connection with a good firm;
will accept a salary in proportion to value of
services. Box 1088, Call office.
RANCH SUPERINTENDENT, agricultural col
lege education, thorough knowledge and experi
ence In general fanning, raising of cattle,
dairy, stock, bogs, all grain and root crops,
proper rotation ou lands, 5 years' practical ex
perience on large ranches here in California.
accustomed to all machinery, also baadliog of
large amount of labor, experience in veterin
ary and bookkeeping wishes a situation. B«x
10S2, Call office,
SHIP'S officer capable of assisting in office or
managing stores would like opportunity of
demonstrating ability and faithfulness in any
line of work so can be aehote permauentij-.
So* 1100. CaU office.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
*> \ I-K—< °p*lnner)
THOROUGHLY experienced Riirdener. raop*
t'-nt te> tik»» entire cbagfe of eAste. with lo
(•Hi reference* '>f hlarlippt typo, is open for an
esiifH'-'oniciit. Bex 3 07-4. f- n ll offtce.
WANTED —Position as shipper, assistant to re
ceiving porter or pecker, or general worker;
best reference* as to ability, honesty, experi
ence. Address K. E. R., 200 Ellsworth St.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
AAA —Telephone operators. Permanent positions |
for young women and girls.
Salaries from $i.lo to %'.i per day.
Extra pay for evening and night work.
Salary of SI.IO per day paid while learning.
Call at Telephone building. Pine and Stelner
»ts., San Francisco. Telephone Went 7595.
Employment office opea week days from 8
a. m. to 5 p. m.
Oakland employment offline. Franklin et. be
tween 15th and 17th. Telephone Oakland 131.
Open week days from $ a." m. to 5 p. m.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR !
PATTERN DEPARTMENT. APPLY SUPER
INTENDENTS OFTK'E. 0 TO 11. HALE
BROS.. INC., MARKET AND BTH STS.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR
EMBROIDERIES. APPLY SUPERINTEND
ENT'S OFFICE. f> TO 11. HALE BROS., INC.,
MARKET AND STH STS.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR
TRIMMING DEPARTMENT. APPLY SUPER
INTENDENT'S OFFICE. 9 TO 11. HALE
BROS. INC.. MARKET AND BTH STS.
WANTED — STENOGRAPHER, EXPERIENCED
IN ELLIOT IISHER BILLING MACHINE.
APPLY SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE 9 TO
11. HALE BROS., INC., MARKET AND STH
em, s. f.
WANTED—Several young women who are ac
complished in cake and pastry baking; prefer
women between 20 and 30 years of age who
cnn talk to public and demonstrate merit of
their work and sell to customers; no previous
experience required if can make pastry and
tiilk and sell goods, but neatness and pleasant
disposition positively required. Address box
1088, Call office, giving your name, address and
telephone number, if have one. with informa
tion concerning your ability to fill requirements.
AT MRS. C. REID'S Employment Office.
9.55 Market St.. sth floor. Phone Sutter 3106.
Experienced chamber maid, city h0te1..522 fd.
First cook, institution, city $40 fd.
Jewish girl, housework, city $23 fd.
General'housework. 2 in family $30 fd.
Chamber maid, city hotel $30 rm.
Lady solicitors, no experience necessary. .$." day
Girl, housework, no cooking, city $20 fd.
Girl, housework and cook $20 to $50 fd.
SEVERAL ssrirls and women for housework.
Stenographer with commercial experience.
Factory girls.
Women for sewtnjr machine work.
Oirls to put up fruit.
An experienced maid.
CALL'S FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
9 a. m. to 12 noon.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS ON OVER
ALLS FOR STRING WORK DEPARTMENT;
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY;. PAID
WHILE LEARNING. LBVI STRAUSS & CO..
VALENCIA ST.. BETWEN 13TH AND 14TH.
MR. DAVIS. ;
NURSE. Protestant, for infant. $35; nurse, 2
children. San Rafael. $35: young woman as
practical nurse In an institution. $30 and found;
references. MISS PLUNKETT, 1596 Sutter St.
corner Webster.
LADIES and jfirls to tint pillow tops at home.
?'■> to $00 per doz. Experience unnecessary
starting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASSOCIA
TION, room 33, 927 Broadway, Oakland.
LEARN Halr DRESSING — The FAMOUS
PEAVY, P. V. SYSTFM. Enroll now. CALIF.
SCHOOL of HAIR DRESSING. 967 Market et.,
second floor, nrar Empress theater.
GENTLEMAN wishes elderly lady to do light
work for a short time: correspondence sollcit
p<l. Address V.. Call office, San Jose, Cal.
EXPERIENCED salesladies wanted; mast be
competent. GOLDEN GATE CLOAK HOUSE,
Market near Jones.
GIBUS. 10 years of age. for caßhlcrs and wrap
pers. Apply at superintendent's office, THE
EMPORIUM.
WANTED—A yonnjr pirl for waitress at coffee
house. 72fi Folsom Ft., San Francisco, Cal.
EXPERIENCED siiw. Apply superintendent's
office. THE EMPORirM.
GIRLS. 10 ypfirg of age, for stock markers. Ap
ply superintendent's office. THE EMPORIUM.
GIRL for cemkine an<! housework, wages $30.
1205 Guerrero .at.
WOMAN wanted to work in bakery. Apply to
MISS CARLSON'S BAKERY, 524 Castro st.
GET MARRlED—Thousands tired living alone; all
ages. Call or write MRS. HYDE. 2R77 Mission.
GIRLS. Iβ yean of age. for stock markers. Ap
ply superintendent's office. THE EMPORIUM.
YOUNG, competent girl for general housework
end cooklne. 12." Fulton st.
WANTED —Waitress; easy place; gund wages.
317 3d et.
CALIFORNIA BARBER COLLEGE.
145 3d »t. below Mission.
WANTED —Men to learn barber trade trader
California i-ystero: don't j>ay for a bij? name; get
l' your moneys worth: vre keep an Instructor with
I you constantly until you learn all the position*
required by our system; for this reason our stu
dente learn quickly, end many hare secured situ
ations in 4 weeks" time; you may make $10 per
week while learning.
MOLBB'S BARBER COLLEGE,
234 3d st. below Howard.
We havp opening for 5 more beginners to fill tbe
place of those left for good positions. Do not
be deceived by so called colleges. Learn under
the Moier .system and learn rieht. We have 4o
schools in tbe U. S. A. Call or write for
en tnlogue.
WANTED FOR 1 , . S. AKMY-Able bodied un
i married men between ages of IS and 35; citizens
of United State*, of pood character and temper
nte habits, who can speak, rend snd write the
I English language. For information apply to Re
|cm I tin* Officer, 6GO Market St., San Fran
| Cisco, del.
I '
BOYS wanted; can earn $2 to $2.50 per day.
357 Pine at.
\ '
BOYS Tinted: good wages. Call at 1461 Polk,
890 Market or 027 Howard 6treets.
LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND BRAKKMEN
for nearby railroads; $S0 to $100 monthly;
|M is tn ?>."; experience unnecessary; no
strike; promotion to engineer, conductor; rail
road employing headquarters: no charge for
assistance to employment; state age; send
stamp for application. RAILWAY ASSOCI
ATION. box 1042. , Cw1l off re.
MAN to help dental dept. part time and do jnn
ltor work part time. Apply dental dept.. Af
filiated Colleges. 2d end Parnassus ays., S. F.,
between hours of 1 and 2 p. m.
MEN to learn moving picture operating: steady
positions: small cost to learn. 3 City Hall ay.,
office SI-".
WANTED —Steady, reliable young man. perma
nent place: pays $7/> per month to start; small
capital required. Call £30 Market, room 415.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy to get. My
free booklet V 4J4 tells how. Write today—
NOW. EARL HOPKINS. Washington. D. C.
WANTED—Boy about 16 or 17 years old for
general office work: good opportunity for right
pnsOß. Address box 1091, Call office.
MEN and women to learu harboring; wages while
learning; see tin about tuition. INTERNA
TIONAL BARBER SCHOOL. 796 Howard st.
DOUGLAS HOUSE. 758 Harrison st. nr. 3d—200
hard finished rooms: large reading room; liot
water: rooms 2"'C n day; $1.25 and $I.r>o week.
WANTED —Steady, reliable young man, perma
nent place: payV $7" per month to start: small
capital required. Call R3O Market, room 415.
AUTOMOBILE driving ami repairing. MOTOR
ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. 57tb and Adeline
sfs.. Oakland.
GET married —Thousands rich, all ajtes tired
living alone. Call or write MRS. HYDE, 2R77
Mission st.
SMART office hoy about Ifi: salary $25 per month
to begin. Apply ."57 Post St., room 809.
UNCALLED for and second hand shoes. 7>c up;
shoes repaired while waiting. 103 3d st.
WANTED —A first class carriage painter. Ap
ply KELLY'S STAMPS. IR2O Pine st.
AGENTS WANTED
BOYS and girls—Sell 24 packages of postal cards
at 10 cents each and receive a camera, or
watch, or doll or fountain pen, free. WHEAT
LEY SUPPLY CO.. 5332 Monticello ay., Loe
Angeles.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
BARBEKS —Protect yourself and family in case
of sickness and in <-nse <>f deatb:
Barbers —No better opportunity offered. Join
The Barters' Protective I'nion Unci, organised
Jao. 13. ISIBS A benevolent society f<«- tmrber*.
emiii«»y and employes. We nay $10 per week
si<k benefit, J250 death beneflr. Dues $1 mo.
For particulars call or write R. Oppenheim, sec,
14.'>7 Octavla st., or W. Baroa. employment
sec. TVS Market st.: phone Kearnv ."i*Rt.
IF your shop is a bargain, list it with Seely; he
Fells only bargains: see his barber furniture.
394 Hues St.; jyuoue Park 1242.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
Continued
STRICTT.Y first class, 0 chair ahop for sale: Iβ
the heart of the downtown district, with good
lease; we can show you where this is po*l
tivoly fhe best buy in the city. Box 10$.,
Call office. ________
PLACE your order NOW for HYKI T<>Nl(\
Means more business for yon and satisfied
CrSTOMFMIS. CORDY-Hr:TOHINSON CO.,
Distributing Agents. !2fl Turk st.
FOR snle. cheap—l chair barber shop In prosper
ous town; picture of shop at Deckelman Bros.'.
Address J. W. CALLAGHAN. Sunnyvale. Cal
BAUBERS , TNION—Free emp. agency. R. H.
BAKER. Pec. W Market: tel. Franklin 3-~*3.
BARBER, first class: fl9 guarantee, and rent my
cottaze unfurnished, $16.50; tftis job Is good for
$22.50. 88 Sd st.
FOH sale—Barber shop thre? chairs; twn bath
tubs; good location. Address 925 3d St., Sac
ramento. Cal.
BARBERS' Protective Tnion —Employment secre
tary. W. BABOX. 775 Mkt.: tef. Kearny 5384.
WANTED —Position by lady barber. Address bos
1086. Call office.
BOOTBLACK wanted, short hours, no Sunday. 22
Tillman plac<> off Grant n-r. bet. Sutter and Post.
Wanted, to rent or manage—First class barber
shop: hotel preferred. Address box 1108, Call.
ROCKSIDE makes any razor hone work just
right. Try it. Ask your barber snpnlv.
FOR saIe—CICILLE HOTEL BARBER SHOP. 2
chairs, a bargain. Ukiah. Cal.
MEN. women, learn the barber trade: wages
wM!e learning. Moler Barber Col.. 234 !M st.
FOR sale—A 3 chair shop; 2 baths: a bargain.
Address J. T. YOFNG. Qijiney. Cal.
BARBERS use Dv Pont's manse shampoo and get
results. DP PONT MFG. CO.. 453 Douglass.
GOOD paying 3 chatr shop for sale. 2 steady;
living rooms; long Ipase. Box 1085, Cnli office.
FOR sale^ —2 chair shop: good business; paid
$300: will take $125. fiO3 Front nt.
GOOD second hand inlaid linoleum. 50 cents per
yard. At EATER'S. 59 O'Farrell st.
MORE CHIMES razors arrived. $2; guaranteed.
BECK EL & PRESHER. 60 flth et. I
FOR sale— 2 chair barber shop; cheap rent; a '
bargain. 2219 Geary st.
AUTOMOBILES
SEVEN r7> GENUINE BARGAINS
We have left only seven used cars in our place,
and will be terribly glad to clean up on these;
therefore, for qulos. deal, will sell:
Peerless laudanlet (small*. '11 model,
used little and looks brand new $2,500
1912 Kissel, C ryl . 7 pass., Al shape,
worth all of $2.750 $2,000
Packard "Sβ," 5 pass.. 1910. In extra
good shape $1.750
American, '11, 50 hp.. 7 pass., only $1,400
'Oβ pperlese, 7 p u ™. (not junk) $SOO
Stoddard-Dayton, T9, 7 pass $750
Stoddnrd-Dayton, '10. 5 pass $625
Either of these last three ears would be
cheap at $1,000 or $1,200.
H. O. HARRISON CO.. cor. Post and Van Ness.
SIX PASSENGER WINTON IN THE BEST O»
CONDITION. APPLX 701 CLAYTON ST. COB,
NEK WALLEB.
FIVE passensrer. r> cylinder. 40 11. P. Kline, fully
equipped, thoroughly overhauled. $850: 3 White
steamers, all in first elaaa running order, from
$100 to $400. W. CASWELL. 145 Hayes st.
HANDSOME S pauengH. 1; cylinder Kline car. 4O
H. P.. that has bepn well taken care of and is
in the best of condition: thoroughly overhauled;
will sell at a sacrifice of $IVOO. Box 110 R. Call.
PIANOS to buy or rent:'lowest figures: easy
terms. STATHAM'S. 24 Hill St., nr Valencia
and 22d. manufacturers' aeenfs. Tel. Mission
4752. Tnnina;. repairing; factory prteos.
NEW pianos and player pianos rented, lowest
prices: visit new bares in room and get bargain
list. KOHLER & CHASE. 20 O'Farroll st.
PIANO? to rent: no cartage. BYRON MACZY.
Gold Medal Piano*. 250 Stockton st.
TYPEWRITERS <St SUPPLIES
WALTER J. WOLF, dealer; rebuilt typewriter!
of all descriptions; expert repairing: typewrit
ers inspected and rented; ribbons for all ma-
carbon papers and office supplies. JJOT
Bush «t.: phrme Douglas 41 Home 03519.
RKRPILT $100 Remington No. 6 or Smith Pre
mier typewriter No. 2. guaranteed, for SrW $:?
per month. L. & M. ALEXANDER. 512 Mar
ket st.
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange, f>o4 Broariwav,
Oakland, dealers in «11 makes of typewriters.
_SEWIN^J¥LACmN^S^_^
ALL makes sold repaired, rented. McNALLY.
26ft4 Mission St. bet. 22d and 23d. Mission
202. 113536. 539 l«th at San Pablo ay.. Oak
land. Oakland 1774.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
CARPETS AND Rt T OS AT MILL PRICES
All the new patterns of this season; 100.000
yds. carpet. 10.000 nigs. All kinds, all sizes,
at about half what you pay retail.
$1.75 Axmlnster Carpets, yd. P7i£c
1.75 Wilton velvet carpets, yd f>7^r
1.50 Extra Brussels carpets, yd 77% c
1.00 and $1.25 Brussels carpet
57% c to fi'iic
32.50 Best Axminster rugs $17.50
30.00 Brussels rugs, extra heavr body, 9x
12 $1fi.50
Room size Wilton velvet rugs $10.50
Hundreds of other good values equally as good.
All kinds of furniture at fuctorv prtofs.
LINDHOLM-NEAL COMPANY.
Western Representatives ASSOCIATED MFRS.
791-793-7P5 Mis.-ion st.
WOOD BASKETS v
'■>'. A fine one • for ' $1.50. '".:"■■ ". T'■'< ' '-'■*.' '■ :
COULTER'S; RATTAN WORKS. 1141 Slitter st.
C^>J]JP/?£}V > 5 CHAIRS
>. Fine ones for $2. > ■ •■■-..'.. "". . '•'_•■ ■ -.- .
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS. 1141 Sutter Rt.
WINDOW SHADES
ADVANCE window shade im-torv: put lip at short
I v notice. : OEO. WALCOM : CO., 1131-30 Slitter .; *t. ;
BABY CARRIAGES
s'i'A"- first t class 5 carriage, fully upholstered, with
back - curtain, half ~; inch rubber tires, enameled
handles, for $10. ':: >v . ,"., . , .
COULTER'S • RATTAN WORKS. 1141 Slitter st.
DOLL CARRIAGES
• i The \ very, n finest in ). the ; city at 40 per "cent
lower '. prices i than > any ; other store :in ' the; city. -;v
COULTER'S 1 RATTAN WORKS. 1141 : Sutter' St.
OLD flies recut rby = t new process. 715 Clay St.,
'if Oakland; '; phonee \ Oakltnu 6717. A 2754. _
INSECTS EXTERMINATED
QUICKLY AND > PERMANENTLY ?BY THE I IN
jjj SECTICIDE I CO.. W7 : 6591 Pheian i building. Ji^i
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
■ ■■ ; LOWER THAN EVER,
HOW IS THIS FOR A BARGAIN?
rORCELAIN 8 OR Stt FT. > RATH
TTBI 1 20xSO PORCELAIN ENAMELED ;
■1 SINK: 30 GAL. BOILER; 1 BET 2 PART V

TRAYS; 1 BEATTIFIL PATENT TOI
LET, " EITHER IN MAHOGANY. GOLD
' EN ? OAK. CHERRY OR WEATHERED :
OAK, FOR $:JB. ■
: , WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
' P. -E. O'HAIR. 557 MISSION ST. :'■}:. , '._
ARE you buliding or do you want to make im
provements on your home? If m>. don't torgei to
call and see what the Chicago lLmsewr'-ckinK
Co. can save you. comparing their prteea to
what you have to pay elsewhere. A call at 23
Valencia st. will mean dollars to you. I'hunu
Market MBS.
FOR &ILK—XBW AND SECOND HANI) carom
and pocket billiard tables, bowline altefa a:i<l
accessories: bar fixtures of ali kind?: e:i«"v ~;I- Vm
ents. THE ■BKtTXBWICK-BAL.KB*COLLEX
PEB CO., 7g7-7«9 Minston st.. San Francis,-...
SECOND HAND PII'F.
Largest dealers in standard pipe and screw cas
ing: dipped: prices right: guaranteed first clam
PACIFIC PIPE CO.. Mnin and Howard sts.
"MOTIOttRAPH" moving picture Bmchloe I'.tr;
model HERE. Henrttjuarters. EmvAKli ji
KKMP. SH.'i Market San I'mn.-isfo.
I'HJMItING, gas and steam repaniug done rea
aiiuebl?. Call or pbooe 32u siiia at ■ t<l
PnciOf S4O.
KIUSUN AGSNCY. moTing picture machines and
utereoptlcon*. OEO. BRECK. 7o Turk st.
SAFES, new and second band, cheaper than
I crer. THE HERMAN SAFE CO., 126 Folsoui.
IFOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
AHlftpr ct. —
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T miMt «:ii-er f<. r «ai»
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WA ATS
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Something for Something
TO EXCHANGE
for o-e week in this column -ye* to pny _c
[or eUh £5* "c3x oTi^'not
•c angers -Nl ...
throng THE CALL'S J* ""JSrtK
etaagM or cwsh .
bout: will gire heoni or eaeort. Bβ* UN.
Call office. .
-hanae for same? Address fcM 080. Call
office.
WILL exchange ft good PMtjg 3
In downtown hotel for anytlung of value worth
$400; ta»'t give it my attention. Box nw».
Call oCßc*. . —X
TO exchange- Winchester rPpMt'n*
practically new. gun eaM. c »^?*,j22U* t 2
for tailor made overcoat M *"/* '/« J
what haw yen? Box 1090. Call oftc*.
WHAT in exchange f« toY" "''J"
die also side and eroaa hnhits, F c .i
Lady will give InMM in park riding, beet of
references. Box IQl>2. Call "fn> p - .
HAVE as good as n*w 13 gauge shotgun for
any good brass instrument or camera, type
writer, wheel or rn K s. What have you?
Box 1326. Call office.
FOR exchange—Pair of genuine diamond ear
«re«. "lM sold. Bmafl **; *«*«••_»"
and confections frvsh or made to order. Ad
dress box 114ti. Call office. |
WILT- exdVMWa 5 onk rocking chairs and other
furniture ami handsome framed oil painting
for carpet, rue or gas water heater. Box
1353. Call office. ,
FOX exchange-Kightcen tubes of oil paints all
good colors and in good condition, for chick
ens; must be good breed. Address box 141 7,
Call office.
FOX fur rug with head and tnil like new to
exchange for Turkish rug. electric reading
lump, mahogany sewing table or trunk. Ad
dress bos 1477. Call office.
WILL exchange a large handsome oil painting
(marine) for gn? water heater, or good rug or
carpet, or what have you? Address box
1456. fall office.
TO exchange—A machine for packing a popular
confection: has npver been used: to exchange
for Al camera, or what have you? Address
box ISW, Call office. ___
WILL exchange Columbia phonograph, Reglna
music box. motorcycle, frame for storage bat
tery, typewriter, auto fur coat, or what have
yea? B"x 1886. Call office.
35 FT. open boat with 15 up. engine to ex
change for smaller boat or automobile. Ad
,ipa, r box 1290, Call office.
WANTED—Bed spring* and mattress In ex
change for good washing machine aud gasoline
stove. Box UMO. Call office, f
TO exchange—Fine Chickering grand piano, lik«
new for automobile or anything of same value.
Rox 1363, Call office.
TO exchange—One 6\-S rug in good condition,
for a rocker or good center table. Box 1370,
Call office.
TO exchange—Photo stndio outfit; everything
to make photos with: for motorcycle. Ad
rlrpps DOT iSOT! 6M of fW. ' __
$2."j GAS range to exchange for bed daven
port, china cabinet or a sideboard. Address*
box 1342. Call office. X
WILL trade Remington invisible typewriter for
camera: machine in Al condition. Address
■ box 04<s. Call office.
WILL exchange a lady's Columbia hi^yel o .
cellent condition, for n a , """! fishing rod or
camera. Address box OTS. Call office.
WILL turn in a Haste eenuty lot. or mortgage
on same, es first payment on a house in
Oakland or Berkeley. Address box 105.". Call.
WHAT have you to offer in exchange for
Gillette safety razor, value 19.50. never used.
Matt offer. Box 1201. Cajl office.
FURNISHED room offered in exchange for
sweeping 2 honrs every other day. Box
107fi. Call a—tee.
LADIES' tailor will do alterations, remodeling
and tailoring in exchange for bedroom. Box
lice. Call office.
I HAVE about $25 worth of gramophone rec
ords In good condition. Make offer. Box
1081. Call office.
EDISON cylinder records, cook stove and sani
tary folding bed for bicycle, writing (leak or
anything 1 enn use. Bn 1141. Call officp.
EXCHANGE—A Rood goi.l tilled watch for a M
good whpel with coaster brake. Box 1496, ~
Call office.
FINK English hull pups to exchange for fish in?
rod. leather suitcase, or anything I can usf.
Address box 1440. Call office.
FOX exchange— Good dining room table for good
couch, rockers, or china cabinet; also Singer
sewing machine. Box 1386, Call office.
HAVE one of the finest phonograph outfits in
the city to exchange for workhorse. Box
1864, Cp.ll office.
WANT some flnr lace ear tat as; will exchanee
plate class mirror or paintings, ornaments
etc. Box 130 S. Call offW.
EXCHANGE —A new gold watch, lady's or
gent*, for a medium roiltop desk. Box 1495
Call office.
7 MONTHS old St. Bernard pap, will ex
chnnge for female. Address box 1271, Call
office.
175 DIFFERENT stamps. V. S. and foreign
countries. pxclian?p for suitcase or best offer
Box 1457. Call office.
IS FT. launch with r> horse engine and all ac
cessories to exchange for horse and Il<»ht
wssron or buggy. Box 12R4. Call office.
WILL exchange a fine mandolin: also gold watch
fob. for gent'i wteel. Address box 1459
Call office. 4)
WILL exchange for a small lathe, static machine
or bicycle, a magneto, in fine condition Rot "
1263. Call office.
WANTED—To exchange Victor phonograph with
records for n good pool table. Addrese box
1344. Call office.
VIOLONCELLO, value $75, to exchange for Al
wind shield for auto and pair gas lamps Ad
dress box 1343. Call office.
WILL raefcaagc embro ; derc ( l centerpiece, col
ored, 3fl inches, for hangiug lamp. Bus' 1341
Call office.
TO exchange—Poor and window ■ervena made to
your order for rolltop desk, typewriter or
gasoline eaalne. Box IJftH, I'ill office. '
WILL exc'innjre BO Iba. I"Vf l««da and slugs for
quads ami spaces. Address box 1257 Call
EXCHANGE- A BMl" box of Vβ — COt_ ft .
furs. Box W64. Call office. r ft
GOOD typewriter to exchange for new clothinc
B>x 1402. Call office.
GASOLINE stove and oven for bicycle tires or
anything I can use. Box nse, fall office.
. TWO thoroughbred black and tan do" S to ex
change for merchandise. Box lSOft. Call office
WILL exetumee refrigerator for small incubator
Address box VICr X Cr.l! ottt*. 111L « l >"tor.
1 PAIR bfICMC, hriffht hays, weight 8 DOG Ibs~~4
ud 8 yean w»; Rood worker*: tr?u given" ti>
any mpewlUc people; «20 will take this
team if i.-ikPii rmht away. &m Valpn.-tam
- BitX lnne», 8 awi » ye»r» ag*; well Tittinil
and food worken and -~„,„■.: JoJt freeSi
..untry tad w«4«b U2OO ,aH , s ! "
$22.".. 209 Valencia *t. ' a "a l *** l ".
Uf'AX lmrse h!i,l bay hor«<> r> ami r. v t #
ap,, 2.7.;0 lbs.: good wwkeri any'
tba pretty near new s.-t harne'e 5250- .«£
for MR. JOH.N.SO.VS tw,r,. - (1 .) Vtt^^U^*
A —*•'.'wMoue. boggtee and baraeM k> ran -h
W««eaa ..f all .L'smctiLiis on h-m< » In
times. 2-;> Va!.n,-ia sr. ' at * v
KAKCJAINS: RAK<;\rNs"' ' {
FOR sale—l team i>;,y horses. 7 and' S Tears of f
IMn; scund. pood workers- weisht ■• - T, 1,
Cuntlnued on ft«xt ~~*^

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